The collection comprises:
Photographic reproduction of a black and white photograph of Middleton Hall near Tamworth, Warwickshire, taken in 1892. The photograph is taken from the south-west and shows the 11-bayed Georgian west wing with hipped roof, and the lower south range. The hall is seen from the other side of a ha-ha. The photograph is labelled 'Middleton Hall (Mr De Hamel), Warwickshire'. (MS 111/1)
Photographic reproduction of a black and white photograph of Middleton Hall, taken in 1908 by J. Benjamin Stone. Shows the north side of the hall, consisting of a range of two-storey buildings built at different times but joined together and faced with plaster. To the left is a low medieval building with overhanging upper storey, and to the right is the north end of the Georgian west wing. In between is a Georgian entrance building, and the hipped roof of the Great Hall can be seen behind. The range is seen from the other side of a gravel sweep. The photograph is labelled 'Middleton Hall, Tamworth. Residence of Edgar de Hamel Esq.' (MS 111/2)
The collection also includes a further copy of each of the two photographs (MS 111/3-4).