Collection of information relating to Anthony Salvin (1799-1881), first architect of Harlaxton Manor
Harlaxton Manor Architects - Anthony Salvin
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- arc/5/1 Items by Jill Allibone
- arc/5/1/1 Handwritten notes by Jill Allibone on Salvin and Harlaxton
- arc/5/1/2 Salvin and Harlaxton typewritten notes by Jill Allibone
- arc/5/1/3 Jill Allibone, Campaigner for preservation of Victorian buildings. Newspaper clipping death announcement. Source and date unknown.
- arc/5/1/4 Extract from Allibone, Jill (1987). Anthony Salvin, Pioneer of Gothic Revival Architecture. Chapter 4: Harlaxton Manor, p.40-52 [2 x copies; book in Library]
- arc/5/1/5 Handwritten notes from Allibone (1987)
- arc/5/2 Woolley, Laura, E. (1990). Anthony Salvin's Harlaxton Manor, Lincolnshire. Unpublished project for 19th century English Architecture Course, Reading University [spiral bound]
- arc/5/3 Player, T. (1992) Extract relating to Salvin. See arc/4.
- arc/5/4 Correspondence from S. Smith to Frances Watkins dated 10.5.97. A Salvin descendent giving information about Nesfield family: Anne Andrews Nesfield married Salvin, her cousin; her brother William Andrews Nesfield (1793 - 1881), Landscape Gardener and Water Colourist; his son William Eden Nesfield became an architect, studying under Salvin and Burn. [See Nesfield notes MRD:Gardens]
- arc/5/5 Worsley, Giles (2001) The Master Builders Anthony Salvin 1799-1881. The Daily Telegraph, March 17 [original newspaper cutting and copies]
- arc/5/6 Great British Architects: Anthony Salvin 1799-1881. Country Life , September 23, 2009.
- arc/5/7 Various Salvin watercolours and elevations [MRD]
- arc/5/8 Photograph of drawing made by J. L Pearson, Salvin's assistant, dated 1841 of Principal Floor, Harlaxton Manor. Showing what was erected under Salvin's supervision. [Original held by Drawing Matter at Shatwell, Somerset. Photograph donated by Matthew Wells, 2018. Copy on MRD]
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