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Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
"Bristo Square" plans published for consultation, c1978
Scope and Contents Reprint of a double page article from Edinburgh University Bulletin No 6 entitled "Bristo Square" plans published for consultation. This article outlines the plans for the creation of Edinburgh's new square and includes architectural drawings of the proposals. An aerial photograph of the site before the commencement of the necessary road realignment is also included.
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 / Development of Bristo Square / Development of Bristo Square: plans
Development of Bristo Square: photographs, c1979
Scope and Contents 16 black and white photographic prints (26cm x 40cm). Some show buildings and details of buildings in London. The remainder show details of street furniture in the area which was redeveloped to make way for Bristo Square, Edinburgh. There is also a photo mosaic (11cm x 23cm) showing an oblique aerial view of the area prior to redevelopment. These photos were collected to inform the design of street furniture for the newly created Bristo Square.
General papers: photographs of Stepney / Poplar, 1940-1961
Scope and Contents Photographs of London County Council Comprehensive development Area no 2: Stepney / Poplar: east end 1940s, (1940s) east end after reconstruction, (c1955-1961) aerial views, (1937-1951) basic house layouts, (1956) London County Council Housing Department visit, (c1958) historic map of the area, (1950s) ...
George Square Redevelopment: aerial photographs, 1965-1967
Scope and Contents 14 black and white photographic prints showing George Square in Edinburgh. 2 of these have been printed in a publication: 1 photograph of University of Edinburgh's Appleton Tower under construction, with cleared sites to the south and east of the square (61cm x 40cm), (1965) 1 photograph of the completed University of Edinburgh Main Library and Faculty of Social Sciences precinct, in the...
New Barbican: photographs, 1954
Scope and Contents Photographs relating to redevelopment of the Barbican area, as part of London County Council's Comprehensive Redevelopment Area no 1: City of London. The photographs consist of: 30 black and white photographic prints (20cm x 25cm) of the architectural models for the first scheme, and the extension to the first redevelopment scheme. This design was by the Reconstruction Areas Group of the Town Planning Division...
Photographs: miscellaneous (1), 1950s
Scope and Contents 33 mixed black and white photographic prints (19cm x 24cm). These consist of: 19 oblique aerial photographs of central London; a photograph of a barge; 1 photograph of an architectural model of the Hyde Park Improvement Scheme, London, 1957; 1 photograph of an architectural model of New Zealand House, London; 2 unidentified photographs of architectural models; 2 photographs of an exhibition by the Buildings Regulations Division of the London County Council Architect's Department; 1 photograph...
Photographs of Stepney / Poplar: aerial views, 1937-1951
Scope and Contents Oblique and vertical aerial black and white photographic prints of the Stepney / Poplar area of London. The vertical photographs (20cm x 24cm) were taken between 1945-1947 and are all stamped London County Council Architect's Department Town Planning Division on the reverse. The oblique photographs (max 30cm x 38cm, min 12cm x 16cm) are by Aerofilms Ltd and show the area before and after reconstruction following the aerial bombing of the area during World War II.
Found in: University of Edinburgh Library Heritage Collections / PJM, The Percy Johnson-Marshall Collection / London County Council / London County Council: Comprehensive Development Areas / Comprehensive Development Areas: Stepney / Poplar / Stepney / Poplar: general papers and photographs / General papers: photographs of Stepney / Poplar
Saint Paul's Cathedral Precinct: papers and photographs, 1956-1959
Scope and Contents File of papers relating to the St Paul's Cathedral Precinct area of London County Council Comprehensive Redevelopment Area no 1: City of London. The papers include an academic reprint, committee reports, notes and briefs, manuscript and typescript reports on Sir William Holford's proposals for the precinct and a report by the Corporation of London Improvements and Town Planning Committee to the Court of Common Council. The file also contains photographs from an unidentified...
St Anne's Neighbourhood: papers and photographs, 1955-1956
Scope and Contents File of papers and photographs relating to the development of the St Anne's Neighbourhood housing scheme in Stepney. This was Neighbourhood Number 4a of the London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney / Poplar. The black and white photographic prints consist of: 1 print (15cm x 20cm) showing the official naming ceremony for the development on 28 February 1956; 9 prints of a large scale architectural model for the reconstruction of the area; 3 photomontages...
Found in: University of Edinburgh Library Heritage Collections / PJM, The Percy Johnson-Marshall Collection / London County Council / London County Council: Comprehensive Development Areas / Comprehensive Development Areas: Stepney / Poplar / Stepney / Poplar: other areas / Other areas of Stepney / Poplar: St Anne's Neighbourhood
University of Edinburgh: "An Expanding University" - exhibition of university development at Adam House, correspondence, papers and photographs, 1960-1984
Scope and Contents University of Edinburgh: Permanent exhibition of university development at Adam House, correspondence, papers and photographs file consists of: correspondence including notes concerning work required to set-up the exhibition, the possibility of reinstating it and concern about its future. completed information forms concerning the buildings to be profiled in the exhibition a...