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Auction Sale Particulars/Posters

This is mainly a collection of bidding copies annotated with bidding prices, purchasers' names, memoranda of withdrawal and special conditions. Some however have not been marked up and it is possible that these are merely file copies. The annotated memoranda often include the Fielding's assessment of the market value of the property in code. The code used is as follows:

L=1, M=2, N=3, R=4, A=5, E=6, I=7, O=8, U=9 and Z=O.

Where the particulars include photographs and/or plans this is noted in the list. Many in this collection are in poster or handbill form and some few are merely press-cuttings mounted on postcards recording the results of auctions.

Photographs

Photographs of (mainly) Norfolk windmills. Includes Harry Apling's collection of photo albums, most of which include an index at the front of each volume. The vast majority of these images are photographs taken of the mill at a particular date but a small number feature earlier representations (e.g. in maps, paintings and bosses). The information provided in the 'Date' field therefore refers to the date of the content of the photograph.

Press cuttings

Contain newspaper cuttings, with some photographs and other related papers documenting the life of Tom Eaton and his family during the period 1958-2010.

Framed photographs taken by Dr Hugh Welch Diamond, acquired by Thomas Damant Eaton

Includes photographs of mental health patients. Also includes photographs, possibly of Thomas Damant Eaton's sons, Thomas Ray Eaton (1826-1867) and William Ray Eaton (1827-1915), as well as a photograph of the Count de Montizon.

Dr Hugh Welch Diamond; 1809-1886; photographer, pharmacist, asylum superintendent, psychiatrist; Norwich, Norfolk, and Soho, London, and Maidstone, Kent, Surrey, Twickenham, London

Photographs acquired by Thomas Damant Eaton

Most of these photographs were likely to have been part of the first photographic exchange club of which Thomas Damant Eaton and Dr Hugh Welch Diamond were members. Some of the photographs, where known, were taken by Dr Hugh Welch Diamond, see ETN 3/7/1-4, 8-10, 19-20. Photographic material was exchanged by post twice a year from circa 1855. However, the collection includes six photographs which appear to be a much later date, possibly 20th century. The provenance of these later photographs is unknown.

Dr Hugh Welch Diamond; 1809-1886; photographer, pharmacist, asylum superintendent, psychiatrist; Norwich, Norfolk, and Soho, London, and Maidstone, Kent, Surrey, Twickenham, London

Photographs

Contains documents added to the collection after the death of Frederic Eaton.

Photographs

Photographs of Ruth Eaton and members of the Kingston family.

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