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School Buildings

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

Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:

"A school for boys and girls", 1934-1935

Identifier: PJM/UOL/A/4/4
Scope and Contents

Architectural drawings (68cm x 100cm) by Percy Johnson-Marshall, undertaken whilst a fourth year student at the Liverpool School of Architecture, for a project entitled "a school for boys and girls". There is one site plan and one sheet of plans, elevations and axonometric drawings for a school chapel. These are drawn in pencil with water-colour wash and ink highlighting. In addition there is a sheet of research information and drawings on the subject of elementary schools.

Dates: 1934-1935

Association of Building Technicians: Executive Committee and General Council (3), 1949-1951

Identifier: PJM/ABT/A/6
Scope and Contents Agenda, papers, minutes and correspondence for the Association of Building Technicians (ABT) Executive Committee, General Council and accounts . Also includes papers relating to the ABT Benevolent Funds Committee, the ABT Education Committee and a number of reports: Draft outline for ABT booklet on comprehensive schools The effect of the cuts on school buildings in London (, and a...
Dates: 1949-1951

Committee reports and agenda: other committees, 1949-1959

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

Description of the MiĆ¹ghlaigh/Mingulay schoolhouse, 1867

Identifier: Coll-97/CW114/40
Scope and Contents

Description of the MiĆ¹ghlaigh/Mingulay schoolhouse describing its dimensions, furniture, household goods and some books. Carmichael writes, 'His house is about 30 F[eet] x 13 []feet]. It was built by the natives and is most rude and primitive. Ab[out] 18 f[eet] of this is the scholroom. The other end is the teacher's...Floor in ruts and hollows and roof just suf[ficiently] high to allow a tall man to stand upright without touching the centre rafters.'

Dates: 1867

Festival of Britain Exhibition: posters, 1951

Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.2b
Scope and Contents 2 posters (77cm x 102cm) advertising entry to, and the publicly open buildings in the reconstructed Lansbury Neighbourhood (Neighbouhood no 9) of the London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney / Poplar. This was organised as the "Live Architecture Exhibition" in the Festival of Britain 1951. 1 poster, in full colour, graphically displays the idea of new homes rising from the rubble of post World War II destruction. The other poster in black and green gives general...
Dates: 1951

Gladstone Park School, 1937

Identifier: PJM/WBC/B/15
Scope and Contents

5 copy architectural plans (72cm x 128cm) for a proposed new school at Gladstone Park, Willesden. These include plans, sections and elevations at 8 feet to 1 inch scale, marked drawings number 1 and 2. There are also drawings numbers 5, 9 and 15 which comprise details of the the playshed and paddling pool at 8 feet to 1 inch scale and the main entrance, and assembly hall all at 0.5 inch to 1 foot scale. The architect for project was the borough engineer F Wilkinson.

Dates: 1937

Lansbury Neighbourhood: plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood, c1949-1950s

Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6
Scope and Contents Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood (Neighbourhood no 9) of the London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney / Poplar: layout plans, ( c1953-1955 ) London County Council reconstruction area in Stepney / Poplar - Neighbourhood no 9, ( c1949-1955 ) East India Dock Road Neighbourhood - area and house plans, ( 1949-1950s ) Lansbury Market,...
Dates: c1949-1950s

London County Council: Architect's Department, 1940s-1964

Identifier: PJM/LCC/D
Scope and Contents

London County Council: Architect's Department consists of:

  1. Administrative County of London Development Plan, 1951, (1945-1958)
  2. planning manuals and methodologies, (1940s-1959)
  3. staffing issues, (1945-1959)
  4. general work, (1944-1964)
  5. exhibitions, (1951-1959)
  6. sociological reports, (1951-1957)
Dates: 1940s-1964

London County Council: photographs, 1940s-1950s

Identifier: PJM/LCC/G
Scope and Contents Photographs consists of: office blocks, 1950s Gipsy Road, Lambeth, 1940s housing development models and archways, 1950s the south prospect of London, 1666, 1950s architectural models, 1950s architectural models (2), 1958-1961 miscellaneous, 1950s County of London Plan, 1940s ...
Dates: 1940s-1950s

Other committees: Education Committee (Further Education) Sub-committee and Schools Planning Sub-committee, 1957-1959

Identifier: PJM/LCC/A/2.2
Scope and Contents

Small selection of reports to the London County Council Education Committee (Further Education) Sub-committee and Schools Planning Sub-committee. These concern school accommodation requirements, additional accommodation at Chelsea College of Science and Technology and and the rebuilding of Barrett Street Technical College.

Dates: 1957-1959