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Consists of two black and white photographs titled "Near Upper Brook Street". One photograph is of an elderly man sitting on a chair with children walking past him in the street and the other shows women, children and prams next to a brick wall.


Consists of several black and white photographs of varying sizes titled "Manchester". The photographs depict two women sitting on a doorstep, a young boy in front of a chalk drawing, women and children by a brick wall, children playing in a collapsed house, two elderly women by a doorstep and an elderly man sitting on a chair with two children walking by in the street.


Consists of several black and white and colour photographs of varying sizes each titled "Hulme". The smaller scale colour photographs depict children by an ice cream van, an elderly man walking by a wall, a woman sitting in a doorway, a group of children with a dog standing in the street ,kids playing next to a fire and women laughing and smiling in the street with one women holding a mop and bucket. The larger scale colour photographs depict a group of children sitting on a step, a child in the doorway, people talking outside a row of houses with the windows and doors missing and a woman sitting in the doorway with graffiti on the door and the windows smashed. The black and white photographs depict children playing and two elderly men pointing and greeting each other in the street.


Consists of two large black and white photographs taken in Hulme, one is of two older men greeting each other the other shows children playing.

Thoth Anthology

Consists of correspondence regarding Morden Tower, a watercolour of "The Poet's Room", information and poems from reader, information regarding the "Thoth" anthology, with a copy of this, and a sketch of Barry MacSweeney.


Consists of correspondence between Stephen Dunstan and Neil Astley, this includes updated poems and letters discussing translations.


Consists of several letters between Neil Astley and the printing company, The Bowering Press, regarding type settings and estimates. There are also examples of print and some notes regarding contents and introduction.

Editorial Correspondence

Consists of editorial correspondence regarding the publication, including editing, publicity, artwork and additional information.


Consists of a file containing Information and correspondence from: Independent Press Distributions; Welsh Books Centre; The Trade Counter; James Taylor; Small Press Distribution Inc; and Whitcoulls.

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