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Royal Institute Of British Architects, British Architectural Library: 1994 Accessions

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  • William Henry Bidlake, 1862-1938: designs for St. Agathals Church, Sparkbrook, West Midlands
  • Charles Robert Cockerell, 1788-1863: drawings of Wren churches (formerly part of his album entitled Ichnographia Publica)
  • Herbert F.T. Cooper, 1874-1944, Assistant Architect, LCC Schools: out-letter book, 1937-1944
  • International Confederation of Architectural Museums (ICAM): official archive, 1979-1990 (ongoing)
  • Jill Franklin, d.1988, architectural historian: research papers, esp. on Victorian and Edwardian country houses
  • Eugen Kaufmann, member of the MARS Group: memoirs
  • Ernest Claude Lee, 1845-1890, disciple of William Burges and Horatio Walter Lonsdale, 1844-1919, muralist and stained glass designer: papers
  • Alfred Neumann, 1900-1968: corresp rel 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, Emeritus Professor of Construction Management, University of Reading: papers rel to his system of computer-aided design for architects, 1960s & 70s
  • Edwin Francis Reynolds, 1875-1949: collection of his drawings, incl designs for Neo-Byzantine churches and measured drawings of Islamic architecture in Cairo and Istanbul
  • Philip Speakman Webb, 1831-1915: specification of works and corresp for the Village Room, Arisaig, Inverness, 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: collection of misc architectural drawings and engravings; incl drawings by Bodley & Garner, J E K & J P Cutts, Henry Woodyer and Benjamin Ferrey
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