Part of the Rex Wailes collection. Annotated:- "Hanthorpe in the parish of Morton. Belonged to Hanthorpe House Estate - Squire Colonel Parker . John Thomas Sommerfield was a tenant and worked the mill about 10 years until 1875. Machinery removed and tower cropped to two floors about 1912. Stump demolished about 1942. Photo about 1900."
Article in 'The Illustrated Carpenter and Builder' by Reece Winstone A.R.P.S., F.R.S.A. on the theme of the variety of windmills and the arrival of the new wind turbine being put up at St.Albans that should generate 100 kW in a 30 mile per hou. wind.
Photograph from a box of Hallam Ashley prints labelled 'Assorted UK windmill photos - not Norfolk'. Most have no additional information. Shows a post mill in good order. Dated by costumes of the miller in front of his mill, and the two ladies on the steps.
Cutting from 'Lincolnshire Chronicle' describing the disappearance of windmills in Lincolnshire. The article also includes a profile of Heapham Mill, including that it was built for only £30 for Mr. William Hewitt in 1876.
Cutting from 'The Nottingham Guardian' of an article by Fred Maynard describing an award given by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to a Lincolnshire farmer for maintaining his windmill in working condition. The article also provides a detailed background of windmill history in England.
Cutting from 'The News' describing an award given by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to Mr. George Hewitt for maintaining his windmill in working condition, presented by Mr. Rex Wailes. The article also contains a description of the ceremony.