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Mainly childhood drawings of various subject matter, including animals, a group of lions from Wombwell's travelling menagerie, ships and fishing boats, churches, Bacton Abbey also known as Bromholme Priory, Costessey Hall, Cromer and Happisburgh lighthouse, many undated. Also includes a small watercolour of Norwich Castle by Mary Damant, 1811.

Drawings of Scottish tour and other places of interest, includes some Norfolk landscapes and views.

ETN 4/13/7/1. Contains drawings mainly relating to George Clayton Eaton's visit to Scotland during July-September 1852. Includes oak tree and wild cattle in the Caledonian Forrest, Loch Lomond, Loch Long, and Loch Fyne, views of Ben Cruachan, Dunolly Castle, Glen Nevis, Ben Arthur, Ben Nevis, Ben Lomond, Ben More and Buachaille Etive. Also contains a drawing of Heigham Mill, 26 April 1852; studies of trees at Trowse, Whitlingham and Lakenham, 1852; and views of Yarmouth, 1852.

ETN 4/13/7/2. Contains drawings many relating to George Clayton Eaton's visit to Scotland during July-September 1852. Includes view of Ben Venue, study of trees at Killin, St Andrews Castle, Falkland Palace, Loch Leven, Crichton Castle, deer at the Zoological Gardens, Edinburgh, and Borthwick Castle. Also includes drawings of castles at York and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, undated [September 1852]; study of trees at Oulton, 8 January 1853, and at Stoke Newington, 14 July 1853; view of Trowse Bridge, 20 April 1853; views of Norwich Castle, May 1853; view of Norwich Cathedral and the city of Norwich from Mousehold Heath, undated [1853]; Aix-la-Chapelle, (Aachen), Germany, undated [1853]; views of Craig-y-Dinas, and Neath, Wales, undated [1854-1855]; Baconsthorpe Hall, undated [1854]; view of destruction of an unidentified building at Chapelfield, Norwich, 21 February 1854; view of Binham Priory, 15 June 1854; view of the parish church and nearby cottages at Bodham, 19 July 1854; views of Earlham, 13 October 1854; views of Heigham, 9 April 1855; and view of Crown Point, June 1855.

ETN 4/13/7/3. Contains drawings, mainly rural landscapes, studies of trees, and cottages, with some Norfolk views. Includes Oulton parish church, 3 January 1853; Saxthorpe church, 5 January 1853; view of Norwich Cathedral and the city of Norwich from Mousehold Heath, 25 August 1854; view of Weybourne, 10 January 1855; view of Cromer, 12 January 1855; watercolours of Vale Crucis Abbey, July 1855,and sketch of ruins at Beckham, 23 June 1856; sketch of Lynmouth, 2 August 1856; rough sketches of various flora and fauna, 1856; drawings of the 'Coromandel' which was grounded and run ashore on Great Yarmouth beach, 11 October 1856, with newspaper cutting relating to same, undated [October 1856]; and view of Leatherhead, 22 September 1857.

Watercolours and oil painting of rural scenes and views

Contains unidentified rural views, labourers' cottages, studies of trees, rocks and waterfalls. Drawn by George Clayton Eaton while travelling around the United Kingdom in the 1850s. Includes a watercolour of the east end of Valle Crucis Abbey, 23 July 1855 [no. 3].

Photograph album

Contains photographs printed from glass plate negatives created by Frederic Eaton. These negatives mainly relate to Frederic Eaton's father, George Clayton Eaton and other family members, taken at Cleveland House. Also includes photographs of friends of the family; staff employed in the house and gardens at Cleveland House; members of staff employed at Overbury, Steward & Eaton, c 1895; Norwich and Norfolk views including views of the city of Norwich from Norwich Castle, St Benet's Abbey, Horning Ferry, views, possibly of Mundesley, Cromer, and Great Yarmouth; photographs of Norwich Castle Keep, c 1896; and Suffolk views including Christchurch Mansion in Ipswich c 1894-1895. Contains brief list of contents at the front of the album. The album also contains annotations by Frederic Eaton, undated [1890s] and Tom Eaton, 1969.

Overbury, Steward & Eaton; 1903-1999; solicitors; Norwich, Norfolk