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City of Westminster Archives Centre: 2007 Accessions

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  • Grosvenor family, Dukes of Westminster: London (Westminster) estate papers incl legal and probate papers, deeds, leases, accounts, plans and photographs c1655-1983 (2530, 2529, 2528)
  • Anne Mallinson, councillor: records rel to role as London Mayor of the City of Westminster incl diaries and corresp 1980-1989 (2521)
  • Arthur Edward Weeks: papers rel to service with the Queen's Westminster Rifles, Royal Fusiliers and as part of the North Russian Expeditionary Force 1916-1919 (2550)
  • Beale & Inman Ltd, shirtmakers, London: records incl shareholders' registers, ledgers, cash books and bank and bill books 1828-1980 (2553)
  • Carden & Godfrey, architects, London: papers incl corresp and plans 1906-1993 (2499)
  • WK Porteous & Co, chemical engineers, London: records incl corresp 1935-1938 (2497)
  • Sams & Co, dairymen, London: records incl Royal Warrants and rel corresp, account book and order books 1827-1954 (2515)
  • St Marylebone & Suburban Building Society: records incl minutes, agenda books, registers and corresp 1851-1971 (2509)
  • Beauchamp Lodge Settlement: records incl minutes, reports, accounts and corresp 1940-2005 (2524)
  • London Home Safety Council and Cities of London and Westminster Home and Community Safety Council: records incl reports, minutes, accounts 1977-2006 (2522)
  • Pimlico Festival: records incl minutes and corresp 1982-1992 (2500)
  • St Mark parish, North Audley Street, Westminster: preacher's book 1875-1890 (2547)
  • St Margaret parish, Westminster: records rel to poor relief, charity and militia 1703-1795 (2542)
  • St George parish, Hanover Square, Westminster: records incl financial papers, accounts and minute book 1725-2002 (2520)
  • St Marylebone Central Secondary School: minute book 1872-1900 (2545)
  • Papers, letters and plans rel to land in the Transvaal, South African Republic, the property of Albert Brodrick of Pretoria 1869-1871 (2489)