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Major accessions to repositories in 2011 relating to Furniture and Interior Design


Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

  • National Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Societies: Chiltern group records incl minutes, newsletters 1965-2008 (D 281)

Cheshire Archives and Local Studies

  • National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies, Cheshire: St Peter's Chapel, Tabley House record of furnishings 2003-10 (D 8032)

East Sussex Record Office

  • James & Frank Dengate, builders, decorators and undertakers, Sedlescombe: records 1924-48 (ACC 11001)

Glamorgan Archives (formerly Glamorgan Record Office)

  • HM Owen, cabinet maker, Cardiff: business diaries, job notebooks 1964-2001 (D769)

Somerset Heritage Centre

  • Yatton Local History Society Collection: deeds rel to the Wall family, manor of Yatton, directors' minute book for Wake and Dean Ltd, later Avalon Furniture Co, survey of Yatton, 1821, deeds for cottage at Claverham Cross, day books for Stuckey Bros, butchers, Yatton 1751-1997 (A\ACC)

West Sussex Record Office

  • Jim Wakefield & Leslie Staniforth, builders and decorators, Shoreham: records c1930-79 (Acc 16166)


Victoria & Albert Museum, Archive of Art and Design

  • Robin Day, industrial, interior and furniture designer: additional designs and papers incl material by Lucienne Day 1947-2006 (AAD/2011/9)
  • Elisabeth Tomalin, textile designer: papers c1930-60 (AAD2011/1)


Glasgow Women's Library

  • Margaret Meades Whalley: collection of textiles and wallpaper designs, oral history interview c1960-90 (2011-2)


Bangor University, Archives and Special Collections

  • William Evans, cabinet maker, Bangor: papers 1860-1925 (Bangor 39504)

Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts

  • John Stefanidis, interior designer, London: additional files for client projects (6628)

University of Birmingham: Cadbury Research Library : Special Collections

  • John Hardman & Co Ltd, artists in stained glass, Birmingham: designs for stained glass windows in churches and other religious buildings 20th cent (MS785)