The collection consists of:
Particulars and Plan of a house, building land and windmill on Belvoir Hill off Sneinton Dale, Nottingham, to be sold at auction by Messrs Place and Kirk, F.A.I., at the Sale Rooms, Norfolk Place, Parliament Street, Nottingham, on 23 November 1921. The plan was surveyed by A.R. Calvert in 1919. Scale: 1 inch to 30 feet. 1921 (MS 812/1/1-2);
Cutting from the 'Nottinghamshire Guardian', entitled 'When Windmills Worked in Nottingham'. The article includes a photograph of Green's Mill showing the sails and balcony, which at the time of the article were dismantled. 24 August 1923 (MS 812/2);
Article cut from 'The Miller' (pp. 204, 206 and 208), entitled 'George Green, Miller and mathematician', by Samuel F. Wilson. The article includes the same photograph as in the newspaper article, and a photograph of workmen placing sheet copper on the dome of the old mill as part of a project to preserve the mill as a memorial to George Green. 5 May 1924 (MS 812/3);
Cutting from the 'Nottingham Evening Post' concerning George Green, entitled 'Forgotten Genius...' 29 March 1976 (MS 812/4).