Prints of Nottingham by T.W. Hammond, artist, published 1926

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

The collection comprises 29 prints of crayon drawings (mostly in black and white, or monochrome blue, green or red crayon) by T.W. Hammond, published in 1926 as 'Nottingham Past and Present' by Nottingham Civic Society. The drawings recall street scenes and views of architectural and industrial environments in and around Nottingham in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It comprises:

Old Trent Bridge, east side, 1870 (MS 216/1)

Old Trent Bridge, west side, 1870 (MS 216/2)

Old Trent Bridge and waterworks, 1868 (MS 216/3)

The canal from Carrington Street Bridge, 1885 (MS 216/4)

Nottingham from the Meadows, 1923 (MS 216/5)

The Castle Lodge before restoration, 1902 (MS 216/6)

Terrace steps, the Castle, 1892 (MS 216/7)

Cheapside, 1907 (MS 216/8)

High Street, 1902 (MS 216/9)

Corner of St Peter's Gate and Bridlesmith Gate, 1882 (MS 216/10)

Mill Street, Wollaton Street, 1914 (MS 216/11)

The corner of Market Street and Parliament Street, 1890 (MS 216/12)

Charlotte Street, 1895 (MS 216/13)

Cur Lane, 1875 (MS 216/14)

Middle Marsh, 1889 (MS 216/15)

High Pavement, 1895 (MS 216/16)

Middle Pavement, 1900 [coloured] (MS 216/17)

Brewhouse Yard, 1872 (MS 216/18)

Vista, Castle Gate, 1921 (MS 216/19)

The Marsh Farm, 1887 (MS 216/20)

Midland Station, Station Street, 1889 (MS 216/21)

St Paul's Church, George Street, 1922 (MS 216/22)

The White Rents, Leen Side, 1886 (MS 216/23)

Windmill, Sneinton, 1890 (MS 216/24)

The Manor House, Sneinton, 1890 (MS 216/25)

The Trent Bridge Inn, 1885 (MS 216/26)

The Salutation Inn, Hounds Gate, 1911 (MS 216/27)

The Old Moot Hall, Wheeler Gate, 1896 (MS 216/28)

White Hart Inn, Lenton, 1889 (MS 216/29)

Administrative / Biographical History

The prints in this collection were published, together with others not present here, as 'Nottingham Past and Present: Fifty reproductions of crayon drawings by T.W. Hammond' (Nottingham: J and H Bell, published for the Nottingham Civic Society, 1926).

Arrangement

The collection has been arranged into the same order as the prints were published in 'Past and Present'.

Conditions Governing Access

Accessible to all registered readers.

Other Finding Aids

This description is the only finding aid available for the collection. Copyright on the description belongs to the University of Nottingham.

Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements

Good

Conditions Governing Use

Reprographic copies can be supplied for educational use and private study purposes only, depending on access status and the condition of the documents.

Identification of copyright holders of unpublished material is often difficult. Permission to make any published use of any material from the collection must be sought in advance in writing from the Keeper of Manuscripts and Special Collections (email mss-library@nottingham.ac.uk).

Custodial History

The collection was given to the University of Nottingham's Department of Manuscripts in June 1972.

Bibliography

'Nottingham Past and Present: Fifty reproductions of crayon drawings by T.W. Hammond' (Nottingham: J and H Bell, 1926)