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Carrick Hill 135 - Wakefield Press

Carrick Hill 135 - Wakefield Press

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Carrick Hill a portraitAn oblique aerial view of the Carrick Hill estate, c. 1950.Words also can assist us to recall aspects of the Haywards’ life and times at Carrick Hill, and I amdelighted that Christopher Legoe and Bill Hayward have contributed personal reminiscences about theiraunt and uncle. Both visited and stayed in the house, and so can tell what they remember of its people andplace. Finally, Jane Hylton brought her art historian’s abilities to bear in assisting me in trying to properlydiscern the Haywards’ taste and approach to collecting.Examining what inspired the Haywards to spend so much energy and money on assembling theircollections has only led to further questions. How much of what they chose was serendipitous and howmuch planned in such an eclectic collection? What is clear is that they collected for their own enjoyment.4

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