Maufe Correspondence 1953
File contains correspondence from and to the architect Edward Maufe regarding the design and construction of the Cathedral during the year of 1953.
File contains correspondence includings:
Draft text written by the architect titled The Architect writes on the Cathedral
Correspondence regarding the making and the completion of The Golden Book, and the gift needed to justify it.
Correspondence regarding the G.A. Macmillan Gift
Letter from Edward Maufe concerning the Contract Bill of Quantities.
Correspondence regarding a complete list of gifts to the Cathedral so far.
Correspondence regarding a notice for the formal dissolution of the Executive Committee
Correspondence regarding the Dick Shepard Memorial
Correspondence regarding the production of a poster for the Cathedral and regarding the Cross for the Tower and if it could be possible.
Correspondence regarding the implementation of floodlighting
Correspondence regarding the costing and extra cost of acoustic plaster, part of contracts 5 and 6.
Letter from Lawrence Powell regarding the location of the Acoustic Plaster within the Cathedral
Correspondence from Edward Maufe regarding layout of a housing scheme and the roundabout connecting to The Chase road.
Correspondence to Maufe regarding the shortage of bricks to sell for people to sign
Correspondence regarding a gist made by a Mrs Drabble