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Major Accessions to Repositories 1994 relating to Architecture

Birmingham City Archives

  • Hollymoor Mental Hosipital, Northfield: records, including architectural drawings for original hospital building, 1890 (MS 1809).
  • Architectural and landscaping plans for houses and other buildings associated with the Watt family, 1809-37 (JWP)

British Architectural Library, Manuscripts and Archives Collection

  • William Henry Bidlake (1862-1938): designs for St. Agathas Church, Sparkbrook, West Midlands
  • Charles Robert Cockerell (1788-1863): drawings of Wren churches (formerly part of his album entitled Ichnographia Publica)
  • Herbert FT Cooper, assistant architect, London County Council Schools: out-letter book, 1937-44
  • International Confederation of Architectural Museums (ICAM): official archive, 1979-90
  • Jill Franklin (d1988), architectural historian: research papers, mainly relating to Victorian and Edwardian country houses
  • Eugen Kaufmann, member of the MARS Group: memoirs
  • Ernest Claude Lee (1845-1890), muralist and stained glass designer: papers
  • Alfred Neumann: correspondence relating to the publication of his EM-PHI system of modular coordination and architectural proportion, 1951-53
  • Christopher Nicholson, architect, industrial designer and gliding enthusiast: drawings, glass negatives and report books
  • John Paterson, professor of construction management, University of Reading: papers relating to his system of computer-aided design for architects, 1960s-70s
  • Edwin Francis Reynolds (1875-1949): drawings, incl designs for Neo-Byzantine churches and measured drawings of Islamic architecture in Cairo and Istanbul
  • Philip Speakman Webb: specification of works and correspondence for the Village Room, Arisaig, 1891-92
  • Sir Christopher Wren (1632-1723): plan of the Church of St James Piccadilly and preliminary design for a spire, perhaps for the Church of St Magnus the Martyr
  • Gordon Barnes: miscellaneous architectural drawings and engravings; including drawings by Bodley & Garner, J E K & J P Cutts, Henry Woodyer and Benjamin Ferrey
  • Hayton, Lee & Braddock, architects, Durham: papers relating to Durham Cathedral and associated fabrics, including correspondence relating to work carried out by George Pace, consultant architect to the Dean and Chapter of Durham, 1955-76

Cornwall Record Office

  • Whitbreads plc: architectural plans of licensed premises, 1970-80s (AD 1045)

Greater Glasgow Health Board Archive

  • Glasgow Western Infirmary: building plans and photographs, 1932-40s (HB6)

Cumbria Record Office, Carlisle

  • Carlisle Cathedral: records of the Dean and Chapter, including architectural plans and drawings, 19th-20th cent (D & C)

Cumbria Record Office, Kendal

  • Musgrave family, baronets, of Hartley Castle, Westmoreland: Edenhall estate and manorial records, including papers and rough sketches for rebuilding of Edenhall (including Robert Smirke account), 1796-1830 (WD/ CAT/MUS).

Devon Record Office

  • Devon and Exeter Hospitals: plans of the Royal Western Counties Institution, Starcross (later Starcross Hospital), St Thomas Public Assistance Institution (later Redhills Hospital), Exeter, and of the Nurses Home at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Southernhay, Exeter, 20th cent (D 5175)
  • Whitbreads plc: plans of alterations to public houses, c1960-90 (D5215)

West Devon Area Record Office

  • Eddystone Lighthouse: plans, 19th cent (1835)

Highland Regional Archive

  • Ross-shire and Lewis schools and public buildings: architectural plans 1848-1933 (HRA/R83)

Institution of Civil Engineers

  • A E Beers & Wilson Lovatt & Sons: drawings, calculations, etc, relating to Stockwell Bus Garage, 1849-52
  • Matthews & Goodman: drawings and calculations, etc, relating to Regent Road Liverpool silo (Tate & Lyle)

Lancashire Record Office

  • Stanhill Ring Spinning Mill, Oswaldtwistle: plans, 1935-57 (DDX 1862)
  • Buildings in Downham, Clitheroe and district, Lytham and Liverpool 1933-68 (DDX 2028)
  • Whalley Abbey: plans, 1801, 1924-34 (DRB)
  • Anthony Blacklay & Associates, architects, Nantwich: photographs, report and plans of St Oswalds church, Preston, 20th century (DDX 2045)
  • Taylor, Son & Platt, architects and surveyors, Burnley: records, including files and plans of public houses, 19th-20th cent (DDX 1101)

Leicestershire Record Office

  • A Herbert & Son, architects, Leicester: architectural drawings 1880-1920 (DE 4442)

Lincolnshire Archives

  • Aunsby Parish: papers relating to rebuilding of the rectory, 1856, and restoration of the parish church, 1860-63 (Acc no 94/065.00)
  • Baston Parish: records, including plans relating to erection of parsonage, papers relating to fabric of church, and plans of schoolhouse, 19th-20th century (Acc no 94/086:00)
  • Crosby Parish: designs by Temple Moore for the new parish church (not built), 1918 (Acc no 94/138:00)

Liverpool University Archives Unit

  • Gordon Stephenson, professor of civic design: transcript of tape-recorded interview, 1991-92 (D.635)

National Library of Scotland

  • Sir Robert Grieve, planner: correspondence and papers, 1939-88 (Acc.10922)

National Primary Education Archive

  • David Leslie Medd, architect, Department of Education and Science: lectures, articles, correspondence, photographs and miscellaneous papers, 1947-86

Norfolk Record Office

  • Hare family, baronets, of Stow Bardolph: estate papers, including drawings for park ornaments and bridges, 19th century (Hare 6347-6961)

Oldham Archives Service

  • Oldham Brewery: copy plans and schedules for building works to public houses, etc, 1980s (1994.006)

Rochester Upon Medway City Archives

  • Rochester Cathedral: papers, including eight notebooks with notes by L.Cottingham, architect, on repairs to cathedral, 1825-26 (DE.373)

Rotherham Central Library: Archives and Local Studies Section

  • Jenkinson, Palmer & Associates, architects, Rotherham: miscellaneous plans, 20th century (300/B(Add))

Salford Archives Centre

  • City of Salford (County Borough): school plans, 20th century (L/CS)

Scottish Record Office

  • Strathern & Blair, solicitors, Edinburgh: papers relating to clients and business of firm and predecessors, including correspondence from James Gillespie Graham, architect, Edinburgh, 19th century (GD314)
  • Kinross Parish Church: architectural plans, 1831 (RHP93365-73; formerly CH4/487)
  • St Marys Church, Bellevue, Edinburgh: architectural plans, late 19th century (RHP93374-77; formerly CH4/139)

Strathclyde Regional Archives

  • F Worsdall, Glasgow: architectural plans, Glasgow and Scotland, 19th-20th century (TD1309)

Surrey Record Office

  • Primrose family, Earls of Rosebery, Durdans estate, Epsom: deeds and papers, including plans and elevations of the house, c1890-c1960 (4239)
  • Epsom District Hospital (formerly Epsom Poor Law Institution), The Oaks and Leatherhead Hospital: plans, 1930-70 (6203)

East Sussex Record Office

  • Sussex Police Authority: police station plans, 1858-80 (Acc.No. 6350)

Tameside Archive Service

  • Audenshaw Library: plans, c1937 (2493)
  • St Pauls C of E School, Stalybridge: plans and correspondence, 1841-1991 (2496)

Victoria & Albert Museum, Archive of Art and Design

  • Jacques Groag (1892-1962), architect, and Jacqueline Groag (1903-1985) textile and wallpaper designer: papers and illustrations (AAD/1994/2)

Warrington Library

  • Owen, William & Seager, architects, Warrington: additional records, mainly relating to the work of Geoffrey Owen, including plans, daybooks, sketchbooks, photographs and miscellaneous papers, 1928-67 (MS2661-2689).

West Glamorgan Archive Service

  • Swansea Grammar School: a portfolio of plans and elevations, 1851 (E/BG Sec)

Wiltshire Record Office

  • Wyvern Partnership, architects, Devizes: architects plans and drawings, correspondence of residential, commercial, ecclesiastical and almshouse clients and firms own papers, c1950-85 (2888)

North Yorkshire Record Office

  • Farndale acqueduct, Kirby Misperton: plans 1932-33 (PR/KMI: MIC 2916)