2 Black and white photographs taken at Withypool Post Office and shop. L-R: Edna Barrow; Irene Blackmore; Freddy Barrow holding Exmoor pony foal Jeremy Fisher 3/1; Frank Huxtable in P.O. Uniform (postman or telegram delivery?). The Barrows took over the shop from Irene Blackmore. There was a shop, with the only telephone in Withypool, up ...
Extract from Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England Volume 11 p670 ‘On the Farming of Somerset’ referring to limited influx of ideas and dependence upon traditions.
Extract from Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England Volume 11 p758 ‘On the Farming of Somerset’ – list of livestock at Clatworthy Farm including ’50 horses not used on farm’.
Photocopy of extract from ‘A list of the described species that are wanting to complete the collection of British mammalia and birds’ including ‘Exmoor Pony’. 2 pages.
Letter from J.M. Slader to Alice Sandersre inventory of livestock inherited with farm by John Thorne, including ‘2 Exmore colts’. 2 pages.
Black and white photographs of ponies on the Quantock Hills. 2 photographs.
Black and white photograph of Indian riders on a variety of horses and ponies including one with mealy muzzle. Crowd of spectators behind. Note in Mary Etherington papers refers to polo in India – photograph may have come from her.
Letter from James Speed to Robert Beck discussing Celtic and Roman influences on British ponies and situation of the Eriskay pony. 2 pages.