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Architecture, Designs and Plans

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = PJM

Found in 264 Collections and/or Records:

Nursery school at Curzon Crescent, NW10, 1937

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Identifier: PJM/WBC/B/2
Scope and Contents Set of 4 copy architectural plans (65cm x 95cm) at a variety of scales, of a nursery school at Curzon Crescent in Willesden. The plans show sections, plans, details and an axonometric drawing. The architect for the nursery school was the borough education architect, F Wayman Brown.
Dates: 1937

Other areas of Stepney / Poplar: Clive Street, 1956

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.3.5
Scope and Contents Information relating to the Clive Street Neighbourhood of Stepney / Poplar, within the London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney / Poplar. This consists of black and white photographic prints: 3 prints (18cm x 24cm) of an architectural model at 1" to 32' scale of the area and 3 variant prints of an architectural drawing of a tower block in the street; and a report concerning responsibilities for the scheme.
Dates: 1956

Papers, photographs and plans from Coventry City Architect's Department, 1939-1944

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Identifier: PJM/CCC/A
Scope and Contents Papers, photographs and plans from Coventry City Architect's Department consists of:
  1. general papers, photographs, press-clippings and plans, 1939-1945
  2. photographs, press-clippings and plans concerning housing development in Coventry, c1940-1944
  3. personal material concerning Percy Johnson-Marshall's employment, 15 March 1941
Dates: 1939-1944

Papers relating to Willesden Borough Council, 1930-1939

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Identifier: PJM/WBC/A
Scope and Contents Papers relating to Willesden Borough Council consists of: a general conditions of contracts pamphlet, 1930 tender papers for Kensal Rise Junior School, 1938 specifications of works for Chamberlayne Road Senior School, Disraeli Road Baths, stables / stores at Cambridge Mews East, caretaker's cottage at Health Centre no 3, house and office for the superintendent at Willesden New...
Dates: 1930-1939

Percy Road School, Kilburn, proposed alterations and additions, 1938

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Identifier: PJM/WBC/B/1
Scope and Contents Set of 6 copy architectural plans (65cm x 95cm) at a variety of scales, of planned alterations to Percy Road School at Kilburn in Willesden Borough. The plans show sections, plans and details. Sheets 2 and 4-8 of a set are present. The proposed alterations were drafted by Percy Johnson-Marshall. The architect of the school was the borough education architect, F Wayman Brown.
Dates: 1938

Photographs: Huntingdon and Thetford, 1950s

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/G/11
Scope and Contents 31 black and white photographic prints (20cm x 24cm) from the London County Council Architect's Department collection. This set of photographs shows architectural models, architectural drawings and plans, and exterior views of housing estates outside the County of London. Some of these images show estates in Huntingdon and Thetford.
Dates: 1950s

Photographs relating to Willesden Borough Council, 1935-1938

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Identifier: PJM/WBC/C
Scope and Contents Photographs relating to Willesden Borough Council consists of: 4 black and white photographic prints (12cm x 16cm) of Willesden Cemetery Keeper's House 1938 2 black and white negatives (8cm x 11cm) of Willesden Cemetery Keeper's House 1938 2 black and white photographic prints (16cm x 21cm) of the exterior of the Electricity showrooms on Willesden Lane. 1 is inscribed by the...
Dates: 1935-1938

Plan of Wool Shed and Drafting Yards, 1870s-1930s

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1434/664
Scope and Contents Image of an architectural plan of a wool shed and drafting yards
Dates: 1870s-1930s

Plans, 1904 - 1972

 Series
Identifier: LHB44/5
Scope and Contents Architectural plans, floor plans and designs relating to Bangour Village Hospital.
Dates: 1904 - 1972

Plans: annotated plan of the area, c1953

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/1.2.5d
Scope and Contents Copy Ordnance Survey plan 1:1250 scale mosaic (100cm x 111cm) of the Barbican area of London from 1916 with possible new buildings for the redevelopment of the area overdrawn in blue pencil.
Dates: c1953