As Ian Warrell has noted, the main view, inverted relative to the sketchbook’s foliation, is of the South Front of Haddon Hall,1 facing south-east over the formal gardens with the chapel at the far end; this continues a little across folio 27 verso (D22199). There is a similar view on the verso (D22201). At the top left relative to this subject and drawn with the page turned vertically is a slight study of a façade with a tower, which may be a small church, or possibly the stable block at nearby Chatsworth House, with its central clock tower; for other views of the latter see under folio 43 verso (D22231).
At the bottom right, upside down in relation to the main view, is a loose study, apparently of walls and trees, which may show an aspect of Haddon Hall; for other views see under folio 24 recto (D22192).
Ian Warrell, notes from 1993 and later in Tate catalogue files.