Plans relating to Willesden Borough Council

Scope and Content

Plans relating to Willesden Borough Council consists of:

  • Percy Road School, Kilburn, proposed alterations and additions (6 plans),  1938
  • nursery school at Curzon Crescent, NW10 (4 plans),  1937
  • house at Ridge, Herts (2 plans),  1937
  • Municipal Hospital: extension to existing nurses home (1 plan),  1938
  • Wesley Road School: proposed gymnasium and special subjects building (1 plan),  1938
  • suggested flats in site of Roundwood House (1 plan),  1937
  • map of the Borough of Willesden (1 plan),  1937
  • proposed rebuilding of Health Centre No. 2 (4 plans),  1937-1938
  • Electricity showrooms: Willesden Lane (3 plans),  1935-1937
  • Refuse Disposal Plant (3 plans),  1938
  • proposed flats and maisonettes - Alpha Place (2 plans),  1938
  • cemetery superintendent's house (7 plans),  1937-1938
  • Church End Housing Scheme 2 (5 plans),  1936-1937
  • flats: Curzon Crescent (2 plans),  1937
  • Gladstone Park School (5 plans),  1937
  • unidentified plans (2 plans),  1937

Administrative / Biographical History

While employed by Willesden Borough Council, Percy Johnson-Marshall collected copies of architectural plans for some of the borough's public building projects. These are mostly attributed to the borough engineer F Wilkinson and his successor F Wayman Brown, and include school extensions, housing developments, an electricity showroom and a refuse plant. Percy Johnson-Marshall worked on a number of these projects, and his initials appear on a some of the plans.

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