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Major accessions to repositories in 1999 relating to Furniture and Interior Design

Local

Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

  • E Gomme Ltd, furniture mfrs, High Wycombe: ledger, employee records and health and safety records c1937-91 (D/X 1482)
  • EL Granville & Co Ltd, furniture mfrs, High Wycombe: patents for furniture and related papers 1934-40 (D/X 1475)

Derbyshire Record Office

  • Frank Pratt, reproduction furniture mfr, Derby: accounts, ledgers, cash books and wages books, misc records, incl some personal papers 1937-83 (D5048)

Nottinghamshire Archives

  • Nottingham Trent University, School of Art and Design: Board and Faculty minutes, financial papers and other records 19th cent-1995 (Acc 5680)

National

Victoria & Albert Museum, Archive of Art and Design

  • Ervin Bossanyi, stained glass artist and designer (addnl): papers 1920-93 (AAD/1999/2)
  • Frederick W Cole, stained glass artist and designer: papers c1920-98 (AAD/1999/4)
  • Milner Gray, industrial, exhibition and graphic designer: papers c1930-99 (AAD/1999/8)
  • Olive Sullivan, interior designer and editor of 'House and Garden': papers c1920-95 (AAD/1999/3)
  • Helena Uglow, ceramic and textile designer: papers c1960-89 (AAD/1999/9)
  • Garrard & Co Ltd, goldsmiths and jewellers, London: pattern book c1880-1920 (AAD/1999/6)
  • Crafts Council (addnl): records c1981-98 (AAD/1999/1)

Special

Royal Institute of British Architects Library

  • Oliver Jasper Cox (b 1920), architect: designs, incl for ceiling mural at Time-Life Building, Westminster (1999.3)
  • Eva Magdalena Jiricna (b 1939), architect: design for her own flat and staircase in Joan & David shop, Westminster, 1981 and 1994 (1999.2)
  • Edward Pierce (c1630-1695), sculptor: design for a pulpit c1680 (1999.8)

University

York University: Borthwick Institute of Historical Research

  • John Knowles, worker in stained glass, York: papers