Records of Stoddard International plc, Design Archive, Sketches

Scope and Content

One of four drawers that stored items described simply as 'Sketches', and thus the material within it can be related to Drawers 134-135, and 137 (STOD/DES/134-STOD/DES/135 and STOD/DES/137. The drawer contained 5 distinct folders, which were individually entitled 'Light Grey and Stone'; 'Olive Green/ Pastel Green I'; 'Grey Green'; 'Pastel Green II'; and 'Fresh, Bright Green'. Design sketches that carry a number written in red ink, or the letters B.L. or B.G. (meaning 'bought in London' or 'bought in Glasgow') followed by a number, can potentially be cross referenced with STOD/201/1/8/1 'Templeton Register of Designs Brought - Sketches 1897-1915 (1925)'. Numbers written in red ink have been taken to be the Design Number and are catalogued as the Design Title. Most of the designs in this drawer feature letters and numbers in the form 'SK/F 234' accompanied by a coloured sticky dot, which perhaps refers to a more recently added indexing system.

This description is part of the  Design Archive  which is divided into the 142 sections, each with its own separate description.

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Description compiled in line with the following international standards: International Council on Archives, ISAD(G) Second Edition, September 1999and National Council on Archives, Rules for the construction of personal, place and corporate names

Scotland is the location of all place names in the administrative/biographical history element, unless otherwise stated.

Descriptions completed by Sam Maddra, Project Archivist, and Michelle Kaye, Project Assistant, November 2010.

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