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Major Accessions to Repositories in 1995 relating to Architecture

National, Special and University

British Architectural Library

  • Sir Thomas Edwin Cooper, architect: designs (11) for stone work for Lloyds, Post Office Building, Lady Margaret Hall Chapel, Oxford and Methodist Chapel, Byfleet c1928-38
  • Hubert Martin, architect: drawings (135) for houses, office buildings, churches and for architects own house at Stanmore c1930-67
  • Lyons, Israel, Ellis & Gray: collection of designs
  • Michael Manser, architect: designs (149) for houses 1961-80
  • Michael A Newberry, architect: designs (23) for steel-frame houses, Port Navas Creek, Cornwall and Capel, Surrey 1962
  • Christopher Nicholson, architect: designs (7) for house, Newnham-on-Severn 1939
  • Sir James Pennethorne, architect: travel journals, letters home (copies) from France and Italy, diaries 1824-53
  • Albert Edward Russell, architect: designs (7) for houses and various drawing instruments c1933-39
  • Stiliman & Eastwick-Field, architects: designs (67) for Mackintosh Hall, Gibraltar, Trevelyan College, Durham, and Brunel University, Uxbridge 1959-66
  • Peter Silsby (1919-1987): historical research papers on Sir James Pennethorne
  • Rodney Thomas, architect: drawings for Arcon, Brixham fish market, Blackpool Promenade, exhibition stands and private houses c1935-85
  • Yorke Rosenberg Mardall, architects: drawings (137) for low cost housing in Ireland and Sevenoaks, Kent, and schemes for holiday houses and hotel in Netherlands and West Indies 1966-81

University of Durham, University Library

  • George Pace, architect: plans of Durham cathedral and deanery and of The College, Durham 1954-75 (Pace Plans)

University of Liverpool

  • School of Architecture, University of Liverpool: album of photographs of buildings and monuments in Britain, Ireland, USA, Egypt, and South Africa designed by former students c1910-39 (A152)

University of London

  • M K Holland: drawings of architectural features c1845-48 (ULL MS 962)

National Primary Education Archive Collection

  • David Medd, architect: further papers rel to the design of schools and Eileen Molony, Edith Moorhouse, Christian Schiller and Robert Tanner c1940-90 (ACCS 95/5, 6, 8 10 and 12)

University of Nottingham

  • John Rigby Poyser, architect, Nottingham: photograph album showing designs, early 20th cent (ACC 1382J)

Representaive Church Body Library

  • Welland family: four notebooks rel mainly to the history and architecture of Greece, Rome, China, India and Ceylon, mid 19th cent (MS 552)

Society of Antiquaries

  • Edwin William Lovegrove: notes rel to church architecture 1892-1930 (MS970)

Theatre Museum

  • Frank Matcham, theatre architect: plans and blueprints

Windsor, St Georges Chapel

  • A F Collins, architect, Office of Works, Windsor Castle: papers, plans, drawings and photographs rel to St Georges Chapel 19th-20th cent (M163)

Local Repositories in England

Bedfordshire Record Office

  • Harold A Rolls & partners, architects, Leighton Buzzard: records c1950-95 (Z 889)

Greater London: The Corporation of London Records Office

  • Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, architect: plans and drawings rel to Guildhall and its precincts c1930-60 (Acc 1995/247)

Greater Manchester: Bolton Archive Service

  • Broadshaw, Gass & Hope, architects, Bolton: business corresp c1890-1970 (ZBGH)

Greater Manchester: Manchester Central Library, Local Studies Unit: Archives

  • Richard T Beckett, architect: plans of St Mary Magdalene, Winton, Eccles 1913-34 (L197)

West Midlands: Birmingham Central Library

  • Martin & Chamberlain, architects: architectural drawings rel to Hollymoor Hospital, Northfield 1899 (MS 1809, addnl)
  • Empire Stone Ltd, artifical stone casting manufacturers, Narborough, Leics: plans and stone casting details for buildings in Birmingham 1929-79 (MS 1889)
  • Remo Granelli, architect: practice drawings and papers c1960-89 (MS 1886)
  • Gooch family of Benacre (Suffolk):detailed plan and elevation of houses in Digbeth 1793 (MS 1895)

Norfolk Record Office

  • Robert Herbert Flood, stonemason and antiquary, Norwich: drawings, rubbings and notes rel to masons marks, medieval graffiti and sacrament fonts c1870-1939 (MC 627)

West Sussex Record Office

  • Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington: drawings for Richmond House, Whitehall, London and for Goodwood c1730-39 (ACC 10,110)
  • Stanley Roth and successors, architects, Chichester: business papers c1960-79 (ACC 10,278)

Local Repositories in Scotland

Edinburgh City Archives

  • Edinburgh City Architects: records 1860-1975 (295)