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Major accessions to repositories in 2011 relating to Architecture


Cambridgeshire Archives

  • MEPK, architects: additional architectural drawings and project files for developments in Cambridgeshire 1972-2003 (R111/006)

Canterbury Cathedral Archives

  • Hendrik Strik: architectural drawings of Canterbury Cathedral c1970-79 (DCc/Plans adds)

Cornwall Record Office

  • Silvanus Trevail, architect, mayor of Truro: architectural photographs (7) of Truro 1880-1890 (AD396)
  • Silvanus Trevail, architect, mayor of Truro: plans (45) rel to the extension of St Lawrence's Hospital, Bodmin 1898-1899 (HC1)

Dorset History Centre

  • Fletcher & Brett, architects, Wimborne: additional papers rel to commissions in Wimborne and Dorset 20th cent (D.2217)

Essex Record Office

  • MEPK, architects: additional drawings, plans and papers rel to developments in Essex 1984-1996 (D/F 316 addl)

Gloucestershire Archives

  • Leigh family of Woodchester Park: corresp, photographs and papers, incl letters from Pugin re architecture of Woodchester Mansion 1847-1994 (D12584)
  • Bartosch & Stokes, architects, Cheltenham: additional files rel to work on Gloucestershire churches 1967-2007 (D7266)
  • Birdsall Swash & Blackman, architects, Norwich: files of Neil H Birdsall as surveyor to the fabric Tewkesbury Abbey 1978-2010 (D12525)

Hammersmith and Fulham Archives and Local History Centre

  • Hammersmith and Fulham Historic Buildings Group: additional records incl agenda, minutes, corresp and other papers 1993-2004 (A2011/5)

Henry Moore Institute Archive

  • Ronald Pope, sculptor: corresp, drawings, architectural plan rel to commission for relief at Atherstone magistrates court (1966) 1966-1967 (2011.433)

Huntingdonshire Archives

  • Gill Hunter, architectural historian: research notes rel to William White architect (1825-1900) and his improvements to Woodhurst Church 1872-2006 (Accession 5437)
  • MEPK, architects: additional drawings rel to developments in Huntingdonshire 1972-2000 (Accession 5416, 5479)

Lincolnshire Archives

  • MBA Architects, Lincoln: plans and job books 20th cent (MBA)
  • William Mortimer & Son, architects, Lincoln: contract ledgers 1878-1935 (MISC DON 1646)

London Metropolitan Archives: City of London

  • Wordsearch Ltd, marketing designers for architecture and property, London: prints, slides and photographs 1985-2005 (B11/049)

Norfolk Record Office

  • Andrew Anderson, architect: further drawings and papers rel to Norfolk and some Suffolk churches 1978-1982 (ACC 2011/1)
  • MEPK, architects, Bedford: papers rel to developments in Norfolk 1983-1993 (ACC 2010/296)
  • Purcell Miller & Tritton, architects and historic buildings consultants, Norwich: additional drawings and papers rel to churches and historic buildings in Norfolk 1908-1997 (ACC 2011/201)
  • Anthony Rossi, architect, Walsingham: architectural and archaeological reports rel to St John Baptist Roman Catholic Cathedral, Norwich, Pentney Priory gatehouse and the Tower Curing Works, Great Yarmouth 1993-2002 (ACC 2011/159)
  • John Sennitt & Associates, architects, Coltishall: additional drawings rel to Norfolk churches c 1908-1997 (ACC 2011/201)
  • Wearing Hastings & Norton, architects, Norwich: additional architectural drawings rel to cider factory and other buildings of William Gayner and Sons Ltd, Attleborough 1936-1948 (BR 332)

Northumberland Archives

  • Reavell & Cahill, architects, Alnwick: additional records c 1900-2000 (NRO 04232)

Nottinghamshire Archives

  • Eberlin & Partners, architects, Nottingham: architectural drawings, plans and photographs of premises in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Derbyshire 20th cent (8018, 8020)

Somerset Heritage Centre

  • Tony Sheldon, architect, Shepton Mallet: corresp, plans, drawings and papers 1921-1993 (A\DFC)

West Sussex Record Office

  • Domestic Buildings Research Group (Surrey): papers of George Howard rel to building reports incl research cards of the West Sussex Decorative and Fine Arts Society Vernacular Buildings Study Group 1975-90 (Acc 16121)

Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre

  • Wyvern Partnership, architects, Devizes: plans and reports, mainly Anglican and nonconformist churches, prospectuses 1973-2001 (3990)


English Heritage Archive

  • Purcell, Miller & Tritton, architects and historic buildings consultants: records rel to English Heritage sites in Yorkshire 1989-1994 (PMT01/01)

Jersey Archive

  • BDK Architects, St Saviour, Jersey: files and reports incl records rel to building of Jersey Archive 1990-2009 (JA/1914)
  • Le Suer & Baker, architects, Jersey: plans of Jersey schools and buildings 1945-1949 (JA/1881)
  • Le Suer & Baker, architects, Jersey: additional Jersey building plans incl some by A B Grayson 1929-1951 (JA/1926)
  • John Williams, architect, St Brelade, Jersey: records incl files rel to restoration work at Mont Orgueil 1990-2009 (JA/1910)


Royal Institute of British Architects

  • Arthur Conran Blomfield, architect: perspective designs for Eastern Bank Limited, 2-3 Crosby Square, London; Barclays Bank, Luton, Bedfordshire; Christ's Hospital, Great Tower Street, London c1922 (2011.12)
  • David Creighton Branch, architect: perspective and other drawings and photographs, mostly rel to designs for his house in Blackheath (2011.13)
  • Venturi, Rauch, & Scott Brown, architectural planning and design, Philadelphia: record model of the Sainsbury Wing, National Gallery, London, made by James Burde c2000-2006


Aberdeen University, Special Libraries and Archives

  • Harry Gordon Slade, architectural historian: additional papers 18th cent-21st cent (Acc no 543)

Bristol University Information Services: Special Collections

  • George Herbert Oatley, architect: additional papers rel to his career 1866-1950 (DM2320)
  • Bristol University: architectural plans and related items pertaining to the University of Bristol's libraries and other buildings 1956-1988 (DM2306)

Dundee University Archive, Records Management and Museum Services

  • Charles Alexander McKean, professor of Scottish architectural history: further papers 20th cent-21st cent (2011/452, 465)