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Major accessions to repositories in 2005 relating to Architecture


Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Records Service

  • Inskip Partnership, architects, Bedford (addnl): research and business records of Henry Inskipp 1903-1998 (Z1091)

Berkshire Record Office

  • Edgington & Spink, architects, Windsor: records 1857-1941 (D/EX1915)

Bristol Record Office

  • Photographs, drawings and surveys of Kingsweston House 1994-1995 (42768)

Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

  • Inskip Partnership, architects, Bedford: plans rel to Buckinghamshire 20th cent (AR 144/2005)
  • Architects plans from Gedge and Bushby rel to Buckinghamshire 20th cent (AR 145/2005)

Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies

  • Eaton family of The Pole, Antrobus: accounts of George Eaton for the new building 1796-1811 (D 6953)

City of Westminster Archives Centre

  • Arthur Halcrow Verstage, architect: plans of significant buildings in Westminster produced and collected by Verstage, incl Kettners Restaurant, Royalty Theatre and the Hotel Cecil 1890-1900 (Acc 2414)
  • Exterior and interior photographs of Caxton Hall taken by PF Cookson, architect 1996-2003 (Acc 2385)
  • Exterior and interior photographs of Methodist Central Hall taken for Richard Griffiths Architects 2003-04 (Acc 2394)

Cornwall Record Office

  • Cornwall Building Preservation Trust: records 1970-1990 (AD1713)

Derbyshire Record Office

  • Howard Montagu Colvin, Knight Architectural Historian: working papers rel to research into the Harpur-Crewe family of Calke Abbey 20th cent (D6430)
  • plans of timber-framed buildings at Alvaston, Sapperton, Dronfield and Hartshorne 20th cent (D6437)

Dorset History Centre

  • L Magnus Austen, architects, Dorchester: corresp, plans and specifications 1901-2000 (D/MAD)
  • Bournemouth Borough: architect's plans 1875-1956 (DC/BH)

Essex Record Office

  • Henry Theodore Rushton, architect: corresp, plans, photographs and papers 1940-93 (D/DU 2266)

Glasgow City Archives

  • Monro & Partners, architects, Glasgow: drawings and photgraphs 1850-1960 (MON)

Gloucestershire Archives

  • Sarum Partnership, architects, Winchester and Salisbury: records of quinquennial inspections of churches in the diocese of Gloucester 1952-1975 (D10168)
  • Abbey Lawn Trust, Tewkesbury: architects drawings and files rel to restoration of row of medieval cottages owned by the Trust 1965-1975 (D10355)

Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

  • Inskip Partnership, architects, Bedford: records rel to Hertfordshire properties 1936-1967 (Acc 4146)
  • Traylen & Lenton, architects, Stamford: papers rel to Arkeley parish church 1937-1938 (Acc 4159)

Lancashire Record Office

  • Ormskirk Urban District Council: council housing plans, estate layout plans and other records 1929-1972 (UDOR acc 9770)
  • architectural drawings, mainly produced by Bertram Drummond of Fleetwood, mainly of buildings in and around Fleetwood (Lees Collection) c1900-1960 (DDX 2491 acc 9751)

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland, Record Office for

  • Herbert family of Leicestershire: corresp, accounts, photographs and papers incl material rel to Albert Herbert, architect c1850-1959 (DE6795)
  • WJ Hemmings and Partners, architects, Stamford: plans, specifications, corresp and notes rel to building work for the Kimball family at Little Dalby Hall and Great Easton Manor, Leicestershire 1959-1966 (DE6901)

London Metropolitan Archives: City of London

  • English Heritage: London region: public inquiries and statutory case files rel to Historic Buildings Division 1900-86 (LMA/4441)
  • Greater London Council (including London Residuary Body): Historic Buildings Division: Public Inquiries papers incl statutory case files 1900-82 (GLC/AR/HB/02)

Norfolk Record Office

  • Collis & Collis, architects, Beccles: drawings and records rel to work in south Norfolk, with sales particulars 1895-2005 (ACC 2005/247)
  • Inskip Partnership, architects, Bedford: plans of Wade's department store, King's Lynn 1972 (BR 313)
  • Purcell, Miller & Tritton, architects and historic buildings consultants, Norwich: drawings and papers rel to churches and historic buildings in Norfolk 20th cent (ACC 2004/246, 297, 302-3, ACC 2005/24)
  • AF Scott & Son, architects, Norwich: records rel to the construction of the Co-operative Dairy Stables, Norwich 1890-1911 (BR 309)
  • WF Tuthill, architect, Sheringham: practice papers, with some personal papers rel to service in the Territorial Army c1935-1975 (ACC 2005/108)
  • Kelling Sanatorium: plans, elevations and sections by A Randall Wells, architect 1905 (ACC 2005/18)
  • Norfolk and Norwich Association of Architects: papers rel to RIBA conferences in Norwich 1930, 1956 1930-1956 (ACC 2005/213)

Oldham Local Studies & Archives

  • George Shaw, architect, Saddleworth: sketch books, diaries and account book 1829-1937 (2005-294)

Scottish Borders Archive and Local History Centre

  • Scottish Veterans Garden City Association, Peebleshire branch: minute book (SBA 344)

Sheffield Archives

  • Sheffield City Council: architect's division drawings of Sheffield schools and photographs of sites incl Norfolk Market Hall before and during demolition c1936-99 (2005/110)

Somerset Record Office

  • Michael Torrens, architect, Taunton: plans and drawings rel to Somerset churches 1920-1979 (A\CLM)

Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service: Staffordshire County Record Office

  • F W B Charles, architect, Worcester: drawings, plans and photographic slides 1900-1999 (6431)

Surrey History Centre

  • Frank Leslie Johnson, architect, Guildford: corresp and papers 20th cent (7739)
  • Surrey County Council: Countryside and Heritage Division: records, incl listed building files, glass plate negatives, slides, indexes and conservation area maps c1950-2005 (CC1101)

Sutton Local Studies Centre

  • Friends of Historic Street Furniture: photographs of historic street furniture and newsletters of the society c 2000-2004 (682)

Warwickshire County Record Office

  • FWB Charles, architect, Worcester: drawings and papers rel to buildings in the county 1960-1989 (CR3984)
  • Royal Leamington Spa Building Conservation Trust: minutes, correspondence and project files 1993-2005 (CR3991)

Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre

  • R J Beswick, architects, Swindon: job books, accounts and papers 1936-1986 (3498)
  • Philip Proctor Associates, architects: papers rel to Wiltshire projects 1885-1991 (3467)
  • The Trust for Devizes: minutes, corresp and accounts 1967-2002 (3469)

Worcestershire Record Office, County Hall Branch

  • Nick Joyce, architect, Worcester: papers rel to historic buildings 1980-2000 (BA14000)
  • Broadwas Parish: vestry book, plans and drawings and papers rel to church restoration 1890-1999 (BA14308)


National Railway Museum Research Centre

  • Philip Hardwick, architect: documents rel to Hardwick's work as architect of Euston Station 1842-1849 (2005-7138)

Parliamentary Archives

  • Henry Bailey, architect: architectural drawings for the Houses of Parliament, produced while working in the office of Charles Barry c 1850 (4565)

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

  • Brumwell Thomas, architect: plans c1900-50 (LA/7)

Victoria & Albert Museum, Archive of Art and Design

  • George Henry Walton, designer and architect: papers 1788-2003 (AAD/2004/7)


Royal Institute of British Architects

  • Frederick Banister, architect: topographical drawings, mainly Italian buildings c1877-79
  • Michael Brawne, architect: records c1946-75
  • Charles Robert Cockerell, architect and archaeologist: design and counterproofs of chimney pieces
  • Michael Everitt, architect: drawings (6) for RIBA's Tite Prize 1955
  • Roger Eliot Fry, Art Critic and Artist: architectural lithographs 1930
  • John Roderick Warlow Gradidge, architect: drawings c1960-90
  • Paul Hamilton, architect: papers c1962-1982
  • Edwin Landseer Lutyens, Knight Architect: letters and watercolours rel to Crooksbury, Surrey 1890
  • Edwin Landseer Lutyens, Knight Architect: letters to George Plank rel to Marvells, Sussex and caricatures of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Bishop of Birmingham 1929-30
  • George Gilbert Scott, knight and architect: notebooks (5)
  • George Gilbert Scott, Architect: portfolio of loose architectural sketches
  • Adrian Gilbert Scott, Architect: sketchbooks (7)
  • Percy Stone, architect: MSS 'Gothic Architecture in England', drawings of ecclesiastical buildings and photographs c1884-1901
  • Alec Clifton-Taylor, Architectural Historian and Critic: papers rel to unpublished book 'The Changing Fabric of English Cathedrals' c1975-90
  • Trenwith Wills, architect: papers and drawings
  • WN & AJ Moffett, architects: designs for housing and photographs c1960-1965
  • Sir Charles Nicholson Group, architects, London: papers and drawings rel to work of Rushton, Nicholson (Sir Charles) & Rushton 1925-1960
  • Powell & Moya, architects: records c1946-1975
  • Rex Hawkesworth, architects, Portsmouth: drawings, records for housing schemes in Portsmouth c1968-95
  • Lionel Stirgess, architects, London: drawings, photographs
  • Alan Turner Associates, architects, London: papers, drawings and photographs rel to Caledonian Road, Cumberland Mill,Tiller Court and Surrey Quays, London c1970-1990
  • Cowdell and Bryan, architects: plans 1933


Glasgow University Archive Services

  • John Scott Maclay, 1st Viscount Muirshiel: additional papers rel to Sir William Burrell's Trust, the Burrell collection architects' competition and the M77 extension c1960-1979 (DC371)

Oxford University: Regent's Park College, Angus Library

  • Philip Hayden: notes rel to work for uncompleted thesis ‘Nonconformist meeting-houses in the Cotswolds, c1740-1820: an architectural examination’ (Angus Acc. 208)

Reading University: Museum of English Rural Life

  • British Dovecote Society: research material, photographs and printed material c1920-99
  • Historic Farm Buildings Group: conference papers 2003-04
  • Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings: barns survey c1980-89

Southampton University Library

  • Philip Hope Edward Bagenal, Architect and Acoustics Consultant: papers rel to architectural acoustics, incl a report on the House of Commons (1868) c1920-99 (MS 340)

University of Wales Swansea, Archives, Library and Information Services

  • University of Wales, Swansea: development plans for the College by Sir Percy Thomas, architects c1963 (2005/1)