Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 142 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Manuscript perspective architectural drawing (29cm x 34cm) by J Newel Lewis of Norman & Dawbarn Ltd of a street corner in proposed housing development in Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney / Poplar.
Dates: April 1950
Scope and Contents Two posters (64cm x 90cm) by Percy Johnson-Marshall, undertaken whilst a student at the Liverpool School of Architecture. They are entitled "Swim and be fit" and "Cruises from Liverpool to the Scottish firths and fjords". The posters have similar depictions of people enjoying themselves in bathing outfits and are executed in bright poster colours.
Scope and Contents Architectural plans, building applications and correspondence relating to premise alterations at 58-60 Broughton Street, which at the time was the office of the Scottish Homosexual Rights Group and where Edinburgh Befrienders operated from.
Dates: 8 Jul 1980 – 16 Mar 1981
Scope and Contents Prize competitions series consists of: "HW Williams Prize -design for a church", 1935-1936 Owen Jones Studentship - design for a nursery, 1936 Honan Scholarship - design for a riverside café, 1937 competition for a glasshouse, 1937 design for an ice-rink, 1937 HW Williams Prize for the Promotion of Architectural Design in...
Scope and Contents Set of 7 copy plans relating to traffic flow and parking planning for the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, at its now vacated Lauriston Place location. One plan is subtitled "Proposed site layout" and has no additions. Plans entitled "Outline Block Plan Scheme 1" and "Outline Block Plan 2" have pencil additions showing changes to building layout, on-site roadways and traffic flow directions. The remainder of the plans show detailed traffic flow proposals, and resultant changes to road lay-out in...
Found in: University of Edinburgh Library Heritage Collections / PJM, The Percy Johnson-Marshall Collection / Percy Johnson-Marshall Associates / University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area / University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area / University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area (1962) / University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area (1962): general maps and plans
Scope and Contents 2 coloured architectural scenic drawings (46cm x 73cm) by Alexander Duncan Bell, for the City of Edinburgh Working Party on Major Highway Planning, showing a possible ring-road development and pedestrian areas in the Grassmarket in Edinburgh. The drawings depict traffic, pedestrians, current architecture and modern architecture coexisting. There are also 2 black and white photographic prints of each drawing (13cm x 21cm).
Scope and Contents Second year assignments consists of drawings for assessed architectural assignments, undertaken by Percy Johnson-Marshall as a second year student on the Diploma of Architecture at the University of Liverpool. "A sculpture museum on an Italian lake", 1932 "A restaurant on the Thames at Henley", 1932 "An assembly hall and shops", 1933 "A country inn", 1933 ...
Scope and Contents 6 draft perspective drawings, on 3 sheets of rough paper, in pen and coloured pencil, for buildings and pedestrian walkways on London's South Bank. These relate to London County Council's Comprehensive Redevelopment Area no 4: South Bank.
Scope and Contents 3 files of black and white photographic prints relating to the redevelopment of London's South Bank through the London County Council Comprehensive Redevelopment Area no 4: South Bank. The photographs consist of: 15 prints (20cm x 25cm) of the Hayward Gallery and the National Film Theatre. The majority of these are of an architectural model. 3 show the interior of the National Film Theatre post construction and...
Scope and Contents Plans of the London County Council Comprehensive development Area no 4: South Bank, collected by Percy Johnson-Marshall while a member of the Reconstruction Areas Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Department: South Bank Area - 20 year zoning proposal, (9 September 1950) South Bank permanent development scheme, (February 1953) Scheme A...