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Major accessions to repositories in 2008 relating to Furniture and Interior Design


Essex Record Office

  • John William Chipperfield, carpenter and decorator, Widdington: records 1891-1998 (D/F 303)

Nottinghamshire Archives

  • S Goodacre Ltd, furniture manufacturers, Nottingham: directors' minutes and misc papers 1899-1967 (7468)

Pembrokeshire Record Office

  • Pembrokeshire Crafts Ltd, furniture designers and manufacturers, Newport: records 1978-92 (DB/65)

West Yorkshire Archive Service, Calderdale

  • Thomas Simpson & Sons, cabinet manufacturers, upholsterers and carpet warehousemen, Halifax: stock books 1882-1954 (WYC:1422)


Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

  • Koninklijke Nederlandse Meubelfabriek H.P. Mutters en Zoon, furniture manufacturers, The Hague: copy records rel to furnishing of Harland & Wolff ships incl the Olympic and Titanic 1907-13 (T3903)

Victoria & Albert Museum, Archive of Art and Design

  • Margaret MacDonald Casson, architect and designer: papers 1897-2004 (AAD/2008/3)


Royal Institute of British Architects

  • Finn Juhl, furniture designer: drawings of exhibition c1950-1959 (2008.2)
  • William Kent, painter, sculptor and architect: annotated design for ceiling of the Saloon at 44 Berkley Square London c1744 (2008.12)


Birmingham University Information Services, Special Collections Department

  • Monumental Brass Society: minutes, annual reports and accounts, notebooks, transactions and other publications 1887-2003 (MBS)

Borthwick Institute for Archives

  • John Alder Knowles, glass painter and historian of stained glass: notes and papers rel to Price family, glass painters 1938-1952 (KNOWLES)

Oxford University: Griffith Institute

  • Walter Segal, architect, furniture designer, archaeological surveyor: notes, drawings, negatives and photographs of furniture from the tomb of Tutankhamun 1934-35 (Segal MSS)