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Major accessions to repositories in 2003 relating to Art


East Sussex Record Office

  • Sussex Women's Art Club: minutes 20th cent (ACC 8868)

Glamorgan Record Office

  • Frank Roper: designs for stained glass windows c1970-2002 (D149)

Hampshire Record Office

  • Southern Arts Board: minutes and other records 1967-2002 (19A03)

Hounslow Local Studies Service

  • Johann Zoffany, artist: probate will 1811 (48)

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

  • Artists League of Great Britain (addnl): corresp file 1971-72 (LMA/4054)
  • Victorian Society (addnl): case papers 1980-90 (B03/006)

Norfolk Record Office

  • Norfolk Contemporary Art Society: records c1970-90, with some of Norwich Arts Round Table c1999-2000 (ACC 2003/70)

Plymouth and West Devon Record Office

  • Plymouth Art Club: minutes 1865-1989 (Acc 2912)

Powys County Archives Office

  • National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies, Montgomeryshire: records of church furnishings (restricted access) 1998-2001 (M/SOC/13)

The Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland

  • Ronald Moore, arts correspondent for the Leicester Mercury: files, photographs and writings rel to local artists, scuplture and architecture (DE6435)
  • Public Monuments and Sculpture Association, Leicester and Rutland Survey Archive: files and photographs (DE6427)

West Yorkshire Archive Service, Kirklees

  • Huddersfield Art Society: minutes and papers 19th-20th cent


National Library of Scotland, Manuscript Collections

  • John Telfer Dunbar, costume historian: corresp and papers c1940-90 (Acc.12251)

National Library of Wales: Department of Collection Services

  • Ann Pettitt, artist and campaigner: illustrated diary of march to Greenham Common 1947-2003 (NLW MS 23901)

Victoria & Albert Museum, Archive of Art and Design

  • David Harris, graphic designer: papers c1940-89 (AAD/2003/9)
  • Charles Holme, textile manufacturer, entrepreneur: papers 1873-1924 (AAD/2003/10)
  • Alec Miller, sculptor and carver: papers c1849-1994 (AAD/2003/18)
  • Fritz Rosen, poster artist: papers c1920-49 (AAD/2003/20)
  • Charles Harrison Townsend, architect and designer: papers c1806-2003 (AAD/2003/14)
  • Leo Wyatt, printmaker and teacher (addnl): papers (AAD/2003/16)
  • James Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd, stained glass manufacturers, Harrow (addnl): sketch books c1910-30 (AAD/2003/1)
  • Arts Council of Great Britain (addnl): records incl papers of the Visual Arts Advisory Panel 1946-94 (AAD/2003/12)
  • British Display Society (addnl): records 1946-2002 (AAD/2003/3)
  • Design and Industries Association (addnl): records 1924-99 (AAD/2003/5)
  • Designer Bookbinders: records 1956-2002 (AAD/2003/6)
  • Society of Women Artists (addnl): records 1997-2003 (AAD/2003/13)

Victoria & Albert Museum, National Art Library

  • John Gregory Crace, furniture, stained glass and exhibition designer: album with watercolour, photographs, letters and prints rel to Crace and family c1835-89 (MSL/2003/7)
  • Sir Herbert Read, Knight Art Critic Author and Anarchist (addnl): corresp with Eric Finlay incl some artwork by Finlay 1952-68 (MSL/2203/1)


Royal Institute of British Architects Library

  • Charles Handley-Read, art historian and collector (addnl): research papers, with material of his wife, Lavinia Handley-Read c1950-70


Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives

  • William Behnes, sculptor: corresp and papers 1817-69 (MS Add. 9655)

Cambridge University: Churchill Archives Centre

  • Oscar Nemon (1906-85), sculptor: corresp and papers (NEMO)

Cambridge University: King's College Archive Centre

  • Charleston Papers (addnl): corresp of Arthur Clive Heward Bell (1881-1964), art critic (CHA /3)

Exeter University Library (Special Collections)

  • John Moat (b 1936), writer and artist: literary MS, papers and drawings (MS 230)

Glasgow University Archive Services

  • John Scott Maclay, 1st Viscount Muirshiel (addnl): papers rel to Sir William Burrell's Trust, Burrell Collection architects' competition and the M77 extension 1960-92 (DC371)

Glasgow University Library, Special Collections Department

  • James Paterson, artist: lecture notes, corresp and photographs of Paterson and his family, formerly housed in the James Paterson Museum, Moniaive 1818-1981 (MS Paterson)

Hull University, Brynmor Jones Library

  • Louie Burrell (1873-1971), painter (addnl): research papers of Philippa Burrell (DBU(2))
  • Hester Henrietta (Hetta) Empson (1915-96), sculptor, political activist and socialite (addnl): corresp and papers c1940-89 (DEN(3))