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Major accessions to repositories in 1999 relating to Architecture

Local

Canterbury Cathedral Archives

  • St Martin parish, Dover: records incl registers and WD Caroe's plans for church 1903-85

Cornwall Record Office

  • Agar-Robartes family, Viscounts Clifden (addnl): Lanhydrock estate papers incl maps and building plans 19th-20th cent (CL)

Cumbria Record Office, Carlisle Headquarters

  • William Marshall, architect: plans of properties in Cumberland, Scotland and Rutland 1876-96 (DX 1607)

Cumbria Record Office, Kendal

  • MJH Bunney (1907-97), architect: family and business corresp (WDX 1309)
  • George Webster, architect: letter books and sketch books 1836-56 (WDX 1315)

Derbyshire Record Office

  • Edward G Kington, architect and surveyor, Chesterfield: papers 1910-46 (D4988)

Devon Record Office

  • St Scholastica's Abbey, Teignmouth: plans, photographs and other papers c1872-1993 (5881)

Doncaster Archives Department

  • William Hurst, architect, Doncaster: property account book 1837-46

Dorset Record Office

  • Bankes family of Kingston Lacy and Corfe Castle (addnl): architectural drawings incl works by Wyatt and J Tranah on Kingston Lacy House and plans for garden, Studland Manor House, Cliffend and Coombe House (12 boxes) c1870-1932 (D/BKL)
  • Crickmays Partnership, architects, Dorchester: architectural plans (2,100) 1854-1952 (D/CMY)

Durham County Record Office

  • William Douglas Caroe, architect: corresp and plan rel to alterations to Hartlepool, St Hilda

East Sussex Record Office

  • Henry Andrew Bingham Towner (1909-97), architect: daybook, plans and photographs of his designs in Sussex and Cornwall 1929-90 (A7963)
  • Rape of Hastings Architectural Survey 1967-1999 (A7810)

Glamorgan Record Office

  • Glamorgan County Council Architect's Department: records of sections and officers 1963 (Acc 1999/81)

Hammersmith and Fulham Archives and Local History Centre

  • Plans of proposed Town Hall for Hammersmith Vestry 1895 (A1999/18)

Hampshire Record Office

  • Bramston family of Oakley Hall: architectural drawings of Hall Place, later Oakley Hall (1 folder) c1750-59 (33M99)
  • Henry Sidebottom: architectural drawings incl plans of churches in Hampshire and Surrey (84 items) (126M97D2)

Isle of Wight Record Office

  • Carter family, Isle of Wight: papers incl plans of alterations to Alvington Manor, Carisbrooke 1869 and sketches by Edward Carter 19th cent ( 1 box) (AC 99/90)

Joint Archive Service of the Corporation of London: London Metropolitan Archives

  • Covent Garden: plans 1900 (Acc B99/058)

Lancashire Record Office

  • Samuel Taylor, architect, Burnley: architectural plans c1907-30 (DDX 1101)
  • Gordon Thorne, architect, Blackburn: files rel to work at Whalley Abbey c1990 (DDX 2227)

Manchester Archives and Local Studies

  • Holy Trinity parish, Littleborough: registers, Parochial Church Council minutes, architectural plans and other records 1757-1992 (L60/addnl)
  • St Luke's parish, Werneth: architectural drawings 19th cent (L226)
  • St Mark's parish, Worsley: corresp of Sir George Gilbert Scott and others rel to the design of a new church c1840-49 (L118/addnl)
  • Manchester City Council Department of Libraries and Theatres: director's files rel to the development of the Bridgewater Hall 1989-90 (MPL/addnl)

Norfolk Record Office

  • Clifford Dann, architect: plans of Methodist and other nonconformist chapels 1930-c1979 (Acc 1999/52, 73, 80, 116)
  • Norfolk Archaeological and Historical Reserach Group: survey of nonconformist chapels 1988-92 (SO 197/1-23)

Plymouth and West Devon Record Office

  • Consarch, architects, Plymouth: clients files mainly rel to hospitals, post 1948 (Acc 2449)

Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service: Lichfield Record Office

  • Lichfield Dean and Chapter: records incl architects ' drawings of cathedral fabric, installation papers, property and personnel files and accounts 19th-20th cent (D289, D290)

Surrey History Centre

  • Grahame Berry, architect: architectural plans and files rel to houses built in Surrey (6578)

West Sussex Record Office

  • Tyler & Dixon, architects, Chichester: architectural plans c1920-70 (Acc 11621)

Wigan Archives Service

  • Wigan Library and Wigan Union Workhouse: architects plans (CB/Wi)

National

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

  • Queen's University, Belfast: minute books, administrative files and architectural plans and drawings (QUB)
  • Belfast Art Gallery and Museum: corresp, financial records, diaries, building and architectural papers 1888-1965 (D/4228)

Science Museum Library

  • Francis Fowke, architect and engineer: corresp and papers, chiefly rel to work as Director of Works at the South Kensington Museum 1858-62 (MS 1685)

Victoria & Albert Museum, National Art Library

  • William Burges, architect: estimate book 1875-81 (MSL/1999/1)

Special

Royal Institute of British Architects Library

  • Sir Hugh Maxwell Casson (1910-1999), architect: sketches to illustrate lecture on Moscow housing c1970 (1999.16)
  • Oliver Jasper Cox (b 1920), architect: designs, incl for ceiling mural at Time-Life Building, Westminster (1999.3)
  • Raymond Charles Erith (1904-73), architect: designs (c500), incl for projects in Oxford, London, Cheshire, Essex and Tehran c1957-76 (1999.5)
  • Rudolf Frankel (1901-1974), architect: designs for Woodlands House, Harrow 1938 (1999.15)
  • Henry Martineau Fletcher (1870-1953), architect: sketchbooks (10) and topographical drawings (28) c1893-1935 (1999.19)
  • Erno Goldfinger (1902-1987), architect (addnl): design for Lime Tree House, Kingston-upon-Thames (1999.25)
  • Oliver Hill (1887-1968), architect (addnl): design for Merryfield House, Oxon 1926-34
  • Charles Holden (1875-1960), architect (addnl): topographical drawings, family photographs and ephemera (1999.9)
  • Eva Magdalena Jiricna (b 1939), architect: design for her own flat and staircase in Joan & David shop, Westminster, 1981 and 1994 (1999.2)
  • Sir Edwin Lutyens: letter to Lady Sackville, providing several sketches rel to house design and a sketch of a memorial to the missing at Arras 1924
  • Peter Moro (1911-1998), architect: lectures, notes, cuttings, brochures and designs (1999.12)
  • Oscar Niemeyer (b 1907), architect: sketches of Museu de Arte Contemporanae, Niteroi, Brazil 1998 (1999.14)
  • Edward Pierce (c1630-1695), sculptor: design for a pulpit c1680 (1999.8)
  • Sir George Gilbert Scott (1811-1878), architect (addnl): design for Hafodunos, Abergele, C lywd c1862 (1999.20)
  • Charles Cope Trubshaw (1715-1772), architect: design for Great Hall, Blithfield, Staffs c.1745 (1999.8)
  • Sir Clough Williams-Ellis (1883-1978), architect: corresp and articles rel to Wales, in particular Snowdonia National Park 1939-68
  • Adams, Thompson & Fry, town planning consultants, London: design for Little Winch, Chipperfield, Herts 1935 (1999.23)

University

Cambridge University Library: Royal Commonwealth Society Library

  • Kenneth Brundle, architect: memoirs of life in Malaya and Singapore 1941-42 (RCS Library, BAM Addenda)

Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: Palace Green Section

  • Diocese of Durham: plans and architectural drawings rel to Auckland Castle 1723-1884 (AUC 85)

Manchester University: John Rylands Library

  • Alfred Darbyshire (1839-1908), architect and amateur actor: scrapbooks (Acc 1999/14)

Trinity College Dublin

  • Frederick Hicks, architect: sketchbooks rel to travels in Ireland, England, France, Germany and Italy c1890-1920 (MS 11087)

University of Westminster Archives

  • Cecil Max Lock (1909-1988), architect and town planner: papers of the Max Lock Group rel to national and international projects (ACC1999/10)