The collection primarily contains manuscript and typescript notes made by T.H. Rickman relatingto Knighthorpe Hall, Loughborough, Leicestershire and the barn and stable at the hall. The notesformed the basis of his illustrated articles in the 'Bulletin of the Loughborough and DistrictArchaeological Society', 1966. The collection also contains letters (1964-1967) regarding thearticles sent to Rickman by Brian Williams of Loughborough (excavations advisor for the Society atthe time), and John T. Smith of Potters Bar, Hertfordshire (of the Royal Commission on HistoricalMonuments). Draft replies by Rickman to Smith are enclosed. Included with the collection are sevensketch drawings of the buildings, a copy of the published article, and a note.
Research papers compiled by T. H. Rickman regarding Knighthorpe Hall, Loughborough,Leicestershire, 1964-1967
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- ReferenceGB 159 MS 467
- Dates of Creation1964-1967
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description1 file
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Administrative / Biographical History
T.H. Rickman was a resident of Kegworth, Nottinghamshire with an interest in local history.
The collection has been divided into five sections consisting of typescript drafts,correspondence, drawings, copy of the article, and other papers.
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The collection was acquired by the University of Nottingham's Department of Manuscripts andSpecial Collections in May 1988.
- Rickman, T.H., 'The roof of Knighthorpe Hall' and 'The barn and stable at Knighthorpe Hall'in 'Bulletin of the Loughborough and District Archaeological Society' Volume 9 (1966)