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Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)QM/1/7
TitlePremises and property
LevelSubSeries
Date1885-1935
Extent16 files
DescriptionArchitectural plans for the People's Palace, and other correspondence and papers relating to the design, building and maintenance of the People's Palace.

Includes: correspondence regarding the design and the building of the People's Palace; designs for the People's Palace by E.R. Robson; Swimming Bath plans; 'sketch survey of buildings as existing August 1930' plans by Sir Aston Webb and Son; 'proposal for the future extension of the college with the Queen's Hall rebuilt on adjoining land' plans by Sir Aston Webb and Son, November 1931; plans for the rebuilding of the People's Palace on the St. Helen's Terrace Site, by Sir Aston Webb and Son, July 1932; and plans by George Coles, 1932-35.
ArrangementChronological and by subject.
Access StatusOpen
Persons
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/1297Robson; Edward Robert (1835-1917); Architect.
DS/UK/1249Currie; Sir; Edmund Hay (1834-1913); Vice Chairman of the School Board for London (1873-76); Chairman of the London Hospital Medical College (1876-79); Chairman of the Beaumont Trustees (1882-91).
DS/UK/1248Brownlow; Arthur (fl. 1885); Honourary Secretary of the Beaumont Trust
DS/UK/1280Reilly; Charles (fl. 1905); Architect.
DS/UK/1298Lennox Atkins; T.; Architect.
DS/UK/1299Kitchen; Charles P. (fl. 1923); Owner of Charles P. Kitchen & Co., Buiders, Decorators, Shop and Office Fitters.
DS/UK/1300Gough; C. A. (fl. 1923); Employee of the People's Palace.
DS/UK/1301Ellison-Macartney; Sir; John Arthur Mowbray (1903-1985); Registrar of the East London College and Queen Mary College.
DS/UK/1302Comyn; Charles Heaton Fitzwilliam (1877-1933); Architect.
DS/UK/1303Webb; Sir; Aston (1849-1940); Architect.
DS/UK/1304Coles; George (1884-1963); Architect.
DS/UK/62People's Palace; 1887-1954
DS/UK/1377Beaumont Trust; 1882-
DS/UK/1419Charles P. Kitchen & Co.; fl 1923; Buiders, Decorators, Shop and Office Fitters.
DS/UK/59East London College; 1905-1934
DS/UK/1034Drapers' Company; 1438-; Livery Company
DS/UK/1420Sir Aston Webb and Son; c.1874-1939; Architects
DS/UK/1421Campbell Jones, Sons & Smithers; c. 1935; Architects