The black and white photographs in the collection depict people, events (including the GeneralStrike, 1926), rural scenes, industrial buildings, collieries, farm animals, church architecture andhistoric houses in a variety of locations in the East Midlands. Places include: Eastwood, Annesley,Nuthall, Strelley, Beauvale, Greaseley, Kimberley, Bottesford, Nottingham, Awsworth, Gunthorpe,Newthorpe, Stapleford, Lowdham, Giltbrook, and Halloughton in Nottinghamshire; Ambergate, DaleAbbey, Bakewell, Haddon, Rowsley, Codnor, and Heanor in Derbyshire; and Dishley Abbey, Ragdale, andWoodhouse Eaves in Leicestershire. The prints are accompanied by negatives of the photographs and amanuscript list of the images depicted. There are approximately 250 prints and negatives.
Collection of photographs and photographic negatives depicting scenes in the EastMidlands, c.1920s-c.1930s
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- ReferenceGB 159 MS 565
- Dates of Creation1918-1939
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description1 box
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The photographs are believed to be the work of Cyril Hulley of Melbourne, Derbyshire but it is notknown if he was the photographer. No details are known about the circumstances of their creation.
The collection retains its original order.
Conditions Governing Access
ACCESS: Accessible to all registered readers by advancenotice and agreement.
Other Finding Aids
This description is the only public finding aid available for the collection. Briefdesciptions of most of the items survive with the collection and can assist access pendingpublication of a full list. Copyright on all finding aids belongs to The University of Nottingham.
Conditions Governing Use
REPROGRAPHIC: Reprographic copies can be supplied for educational use and private study purposesonly, depending on access status and the condition of the documents.
COPYRIGHT: Permission to make published use of any material from this collection must be soughtin advance in writing from the Keeper of the Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections(email firstname.lastname@example.org). TheDepartment will try to assist in identifying copyright owners but this can be difficult and theresponsibility for copyright clearance before publication ultimately rests with the person wishingto publish.
The collection was acquired by The University of Nottingham's Department of Manuscripts in 1970from Cyril Hulley of Melbourne, Derbyshire.