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Reference Y/SP
Covering dates 1836 - 1883
Held by London Metropolitan Archives
Extent 27 series



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No further details   All Saints National School, East Street, Walworth; Architect: Robert Parris; 61 Kennington Road, S.E.  Y/SP/92/1/A-D  n.d
No further details   British and Foreign School Society; Training College for Masters, Borough Road. Architect: William Beck, 33 Finsbury Circus.  Y/SP/92/2/A-B  1858
No further details   British and Foreign School Society; Training College for Masters, Borough Road; new classroom. Architect: William Beck, 33 Finsbury Circus.  Y/SP/92/2/C  n.d
No further details   St. John's National School [...] (Infants); Barlow Street, Walworth. Builders: Manland and Sons, 193 Walworth Road, S.E.  Y/SP/92/3/A-C  n.d
No further details   St. John's National School; (Infants) Locksfields; Wadding Street, Walworth. Architect: -  Y/SP/92/4/A-C  1869
No further details   St. John's National School; (Infants) Locksfields; Wadding Street, Walworth; proposed new schoolroom. Builders: Manland and Sons, 193 Walworth Road, S.E.  Y/SP/92/4/D-E  1870
No further details   St. John's National School, York Street, Walworth. Architect: Henry Jarvis  Y/SP/92/5/A-E  1864
No further details   St. John's National School, York Street, Walworth. Masters' and Mistresses' Houses. Architect: Henry Jarvis; 29 Trinity Square, Newington  Y/SP/92/5/F-G  1865
No further details   St. John's National School, York Street, Walworth; proposed additions. Architect: Henry Jarvis; 29 Trinity Square, Newington.  Y/SP/92/5/H-I  1867
No further details   St. John's National School, York Street, Walworth; proposed additional room; Builders: Manland and Sons; 193 Walworth Road  Y/SP/92/5/J  1870
No further details   St. Mary's National School, Newington; Architect: Henry Jarvis; 29 Trinity Square, Newington  Y/SP/92/6/A-G  1851
No further details   St. Mary's National School, Newington; Architect: Henry Jarvis; 29 Trinity Square, Newington  Y/SP/92/6/H-J  1861
No further details   St. Mary's National School, Newington; proposed additions. Architect: Henry Jarvis; 29 Trinity Square, Newington  Y/SP/92/6/K-N  n.d
No further details   St. Mary's National School, Southwark; Architect: William Jn. Holland; 37 King Wm. Street, City  Y/SP/92/7  1849
No further details   St. Matthew's National School, Lion Street/New Kent Road, Newington. Architect: Henry Jarvis and Son, 29 Trinity Square, S.E.  Y/SP/92/8/A-B  [1870]
No further details   St. Paul's Church of England School; Westminster [Bridge] Road; Architect: William Rogers  Y/SP/92/9/A-G  1853
No further details   St. Paul's Church of England School; Walworth Road; Architect: G. F. Bodley; 109 Harley Street, W.  Y/SP/92/10/A-E  n.d
No further details   St. Peter's National School, Walworth; Architect: Henry Jarvis; 29 Trinity Square, Newington  Y/SP/92/11/A-G  n.d
No further details   St. Peter's National School; [Summer Street], Southwark; Architect: Wm Henry Strudwick, 11 Parliament Street, Westminster  Y/SP/92/12/A-B  1867
No further details   St. Stephen's National School, St. Stephen's Square/Kent Street, Southwark; Architect: S. S. Teulon  Y/SP/92/13/A-B  n.d
No further details   St. Stephen's National School, St. Stephen's Square/Kent Street, Southwark; plan of drains  Y/SP/92/13/C  n.d
No further details   Trinity National School, Swan Street, Newington; Architect: Richard Suter; Fenchurch Street  Y/SP/92/14/A  1841
No further details   Trinity National School, Swan Street, Newington; proposed Masters House; Architect: Richard Suter; Fenchurch Street  Y/SP/92/14/B-D  n.d
No further details   Trinity District School. Architect: Henry Jarvis; 32 Trinity Square, Newington  Y/SP/92/14/E-I  n.d


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