Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
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Scope and Contents George Square redevelopment consists of: general correspondence, (1969-1973) Civic Trust Award, (1969) reports, (1960-1973) general photographs, (1965-1967) plans: faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, (1964-1966) plans: landscape and streetscape, (1964-1965) plans: faculty of science, (1963) ...
Scope and Contents Material relating to the Civic Trust Award gained for the George Square Redevelopment Project undertaken by Percy Johnson-Marshall & Associates. The material consists of the award submission, a set of 22 (16cm x 22cm) photographs of the area with an accompanying location plan and the award certificate.
Scope and Contents plans: tentative planning proposals: Arts and Social Sciences Precinct, (1964) plans: Arts Faculty Block D - William Robertson Building and David Hume Tower, (1964) plans: sketch layout of Windmill House area, (1964) plans: Podium edge details - blocks C, D and E, (1966) plans: Arts Faculty Block G feasibility study, (1965) ...
Scope and Contents 5 reports concerning proposals for the redevelopment of George Square by the University of Edinburgh. Included is the 1963 proposal for the whole of George Square, by Percy Johnson-Marshall, in his capacity as Planning Consultant to the University. Original photographs of scenic drawings by Alexander Duncan Bell and an architectural model, used as illustrations for this report, are included. Other reports are: proposals for disabled access by Percy Johnson-Marshall & Associates, and...
Handmade magazine The Cavalier, double Xmas no 1916 Vol. IV, together with a photograph album of the Smythe family
Collection — Box CLX-A-375
Scope and Contents One handmade 'magazine' constructed by Scottish ladies forming a group called 'The Cavalier Club', composed of Barbara E. Smythe (editor), Susy F. Lumsden (treasurer), Jean Drummond, Victoria A. Drummond, Frances A. Drummond, Doreen Arbuthnot, and Susan Newdegate. The magazine is entitled The Calavier and was to be borrowed by a select group of recipients, to help raise funds for the war effort. This is the Double Xmas no. 1916, vol IV. It includes short...
Scope and Contents Large scale black and white photographic prints (maximum size 51cm x 60cm), which join together to show the full facade of the former Heriot-Watt University building in Chambers Street in Edinburgh. The adjacent Bank of Scotland, former dental hospital and Minto Street are also included. The statue of James Watt, later removed to the new Heriot-Watt University campus can be seen in situ as can busts of the founders of Heriot-Watt University: George Heriot and Leonard Horner. Some of the...
Found in: Edinburgh University Library Special Collections / The Percy Johnson-Marshall Collection / Percy Johnson-Marshall Associates / University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area / University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area / Plans of Chambers Street development, Edinburgh / Plans: National Library of Scotland feasibility studies
Collection — Hill & Adamson
Scope and Contents Administration, correspondence and reports for the Imphal Group of the Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO). The file includes black and white photographic prints (8.5cm x 10.5cm) of art works exhibited in an exhibition by members of the group.
Scope and Contents Papers, minutes and correspondence for the International Centre for Regional Planning and Development (ICRPD) Provisional Committee. The file also contains papers relating to the ICRPD British Group (also called Association for Regional Planning) including minutes for their Management Sub-committee and Preparatory Committee. There is also a copy of an interim report on the International Conference on Regional Planning and Development which was held at Bedford College, London, in 1955....