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Housing

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

Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:

1935-1936 prospectus for Liverpool School of Architecture, University of Liverpool, 1935-1936

 Item
Identifier: PJM/UOL/A/5/1
Scope and Contents Prospectus for the Liverpool School of Architecture at the University of Liverpool for academic year 1935-1936. Included in the examples of work from the school is a reproduction of Percy Johnson-Marshall's prize design for the John Lewis Partnership Prize, which he had been awarded during his fourth year at the school.
Dates: 1935-1936

"A house for myself", 1935-1936

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Identifier: PJM/UOL/A/5/3
Scope and Contents Architectural drawing (37cm x 57cm) by Percy Johnson-Marshall, undertaken whilst a fifth year student at the Liverpool School of Architecture, for a project entitled "a house for myself". There is one sheet encompassing layout plans, plans and an axonometric drawing . This is drawn in pencil with water-colour wash.
Dates: 1935-1936

Association of Building Technicians: membership information, c1940-1958

 Series
Identifier: PJM/ABT/D
Scope and Contents information regarding membership of the Association of Architects, Surveyors and Technical Assistants (AASTA) (later the Association of Building Technicians (ABT)) and an application form an AASTA Housing Committee report entitled Report on re-housing the homeless and evacuation ( c1940) ABT...
Dates: c1940-1958

Cemetery superintendent's house, 1937-1938

 File
Identifier: PJM/WBC/B/12
Scope and Contents 7 copy architectural plans (67cm x 99cm) for the cemetery superintendent's house at Willesden cemetery. The plans are at the scale 8 feet to 1 inch. They include plans, elevations and details. The credited architect was the borough engineer F Wayman Brown and the draftsman Percy Johnson-Marshall. However, it is believed that Percy Johnson-Marshall was actually the architect for this project.
Dates: 1937-1938

Church End Housing Scheme 2, 1936-1937

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Identifier: PJM/WBC/B/13
Scope and Contents 5 copy architectural plans (70cm x 100cm) for a Church End Housing Scheme 2 in Willesden. They include plans for blocks C, E and D; elevations plans and sections for block H; and revised plans for blocks G and F, all at 8 feet to 1 inch scale. The architect for the original plans was the borough engineer F Wilkinson, the architect for the revised plans was his successor F Wayland Brown. There are also 2 copies of a plan for a typical 2 bedroom house at 2 feet to 1 inch scale. It is possible...
Dates: 1936-1937

Committee reports and agenda: other committees, 1949-1959

 Sub-Series
Identifier: PJM/LCC/A/2
Scope and Contents Committee reports and agenda: other committees consists of:
  1. Housing Committee and Housing Committee Development and Management Sub-Committee, (1952-1958)
  2. Education Committee (Further Education) Sub-committee and Schools Planning Sub-committee, (1957-1959)
  3. Full Council, Parks Committee and Roads Committee etc, (1949-1959)
Dates: 1949-1959

Comprehensive Development Areas: Bunhill Fields, 1950s

 Sub-Series
Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/6
Scope and Contents Comprehensive development areas: Bunhill Fields consists of:
  1. papers and photographs, ( 1950s )
  2. plans, ( 1950s )
Dates: 1950s

Coventry City Council, 1939-1959

 Sub-Fonds
Identifier: PJM/CCC
Scope and Contents Papers and plans relating to the Coventry City Council
  1. papers, photographs and plans from Coventry City Architect's Department ,1939-1944
  2. collected reports and plans regarding Coventry's redevelopment, 1931-1959
Dates: 1939-1959

Coventry housing - house type plans, c1940

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Identifier: PJM/CCC/A/2/4/1
Scope and Contents 6 copy plans showing different house types for Coventry. 3 plans (22cm x 76cm) are by housing director AF Underhill, show small scale floor plans, reduced from 8 inches = 1 foot scale, for 3 different houses and are hand labelled Type A, Type B and Type C. 3 plans (71cm x 71cm) are by city architect Sir Donald Evelyn Edward Gibson, show complete plans for the "three bedroom type" house at 1/8th and 1/12th scale. One of the floor plans was drafted by Percy...
Dates: c1940

Coventry housing - opening of the Canley Estate houses, 18 December 1941

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Identifier: PJM/CCC/A/2/1
Scope and Contents Programme for the opening of the houses on the Canley Estate, Coventry on 18 December 1941 which was attended by the City of Coventry Housing Committee and the City Architect Sir Donald Evelyn Edward Gibson, representing the Coventry City Architect's Department.
Dates: 18 December 1941