Oil painting of Little Dean's Yard during the rebuilding of Turle's House (1883?) Little Dean's Yard in the foreground, Ashburnham House on the left and College on the far right. The entrance to School is visible on the right. In the centre, there is an area fenced off, where the rebuilding is taking place. In the back ground the Abbey is visible.
Watercolour of College Hall, looking towards the north wall behind the high table, where the painted coats of arms are visible; tables and benches are arranged around the outside of the room; several scholars wearing gowns and mortars boards and two ladies wearing bonnets are present.
Watercolour painting of the Busby Library. Pencil and watercolour on paper, resembles the Busby Library today, except that the ceiling and presses are now replicas of these and the floor is tiled; five pupils stand in the room including two scholars on the left; desks line the walls.