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  • CRS/3/1/25

    "Shackleton Hill" (Elmet) Item

    2000's
    Album containing photographs around the setting of the poem "Shackleton Hill" (Elmet) - with accompanying notes by Donald Crossley.
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  • CRS/3/2/1

    "Six Young Men" Item

    2003
    Album containing photographs around the setting of the poem "Six Young Men" - with accompanying notes by Donald Crossley.
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  • CRS/3/2/2

    "Sugar-Loaf" Item

    2008
    Album containing photographs around the setting of the poem "Sugar-Loaf" - with accompanying notes by Donald Crossley.
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  • CRS/3/2/3

    "The Deadfall" Item

    2007
    Album containing photographs around the setting of the poem "The Deadfall" - with accompanying notes by Donald Crossley and a copy of a letter from Gerald Hughes.
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  • CRS/3/2/4

    "The Horses" Item

    2000's
    Album containing photographs around the setting of the poem "The Horses" - with accompanying notes by Donald Crossley.
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  • CRS/3/2/5

    "Wadsworth Moor" Item

    2007
    Album containing photographs around the setting of the poem "Wadsworth Moor" - with accompanying notes by Donald Crossley.
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  • CRS/3/3/1

    Hughes Country Item

    2009
    Photographic album of key poetic Hughes locations around Mytholmroyd with commentary by Donald Crossley. Many of the photographs are of locations regularly visited by Ted and Gerald Hughes as children.
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  • CRS/3/3/6

    Derek Robertshaw & 'Down't Slope' Item

    5th May 2001
    Album containing photographs around Banksfield's Estate and memories of Derek Robertshaw, Ted's best childhood friend in Mytholmroyd, recorded by Donald Crossley after visiting him.
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  • CRS/3/3/9

    A Sacred Wood Item

    c.2009
    Photographs and accompanying notes by Donald Crossley about Redacre Wood in Mytholmroyd.
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  • CRS/3/3/12

    Hughes in Heptonstall Item

    February 2010
    Album containing a map showing the location of Hughes's Heptonstall based poems, with photographs and accompanying notes by Donald Crossley.
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