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Major accessions to repositories in 2009 relating to Furniture and Interior Design


Cumbria Record Office, Carlisle Headquarters

  • Cumbria Decorative and Fine Arts Society: records of church furnishings for Bassenthwaite, Bromfield, Caldbeck, Crosthwaite, Dacre, Greystoke, Torpenhow 1989-2004 (DSO 289)

Cumbria Record Office, Kendal

  • Punch and Sons, cabinet makers, Sedbergh: records c 1870 - 1889 (WDB 149)

Dorset History Centre

  • James Mitchell, painter and decorator, Hazelbury Bryan: diary 1931 (D.2204)

Sheffield Archives

  • John Watts (Sheffield & London) Ltd, manufacturers and suppliers of cutlery, scissors, cabinets and other goods: letter book 1940-1966 (X275)

Southampton Archives Office

  • Heaton, Butler & Bayne, stained glass manufacturers, London: watercolour window designs (3) for St Denys, Southampton 19th cent

West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds

  • Leeds decorative and fine arts society: records incl accounts 1979-2000 (WYL2265)

Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre

  • William Henry Randoll Blacking, architect: sketches and architectural drawings (c 125) for church sculptures, reredos designs 1902-1940 (3762)


Victoria & Albert Museum, Archive of Art and Design

  • Joyce Badrocke, textile designer: papers c1940-1989 (AAD/2009/4)
  • Jane Dillon, furniture designer: papers 1961-2000 (AAD/2009/1)
  • Daphne Sanderson, textile designer: papers c1956-1980 (AAD/2009/5)
  • Lucienne Day, textile and wallpaper designer: additional papers c1950-1969 (AAD/2009/6)
  • Fortnum & Mason Ltd, department store, London: photographs of window displays c1990-1999 (AAD/2009/2)
  • Victoria and Albert Museum: records and research material for exhibition 'Household choices: design in domestic consumption' c1989-1990 (AAD/2009/10)


Glasgow University Archive Services

  • Stoddard International plc, carpet manufacturers: corporate and design records incl those of James Templeton & Co c1850-2000 (ACCN 3319)