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Royal Institute of British Architects Library: 1999 Accessions

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  • 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)
  • Background and research papers for a report on the environmental effects of the Channel Tunnel 1980s