Maufe Correspondence 1955
File contains correspondence to and from the architect Sir Edward Maufe in the year 1955 regarding the design and the construction of the Cathedral
Correspondence regarding Gertrude Malcolm-Wood’s Frontal for the Queen’s Royal Regimental Chapel
Correspondence regarding the litany desk
Correspondence regarding the possibility of an area in the nave dedicated to those killed in the war
Correspondence regarding the Charterhouse Window and a letter from Sir Edward Maufe with his suggestion for the improvement of the design
Letter from Sir Edward Maufe concerning Schools who have bought bricks, the cost of the carpet, cost of Nave windows for the Surrey Law Society, Cost for the carved Seven Virtues figures for the South Side, the Choir Stalls, cost of the Dorsal, the design of the Macmillan Arms, Provost’s chair and table.
Correspondence concerning the correct inscription for the commemoration of Princes Margaret’s visit.
Letter from Sir Edward Maufe confirming work on the Nave has commenced.
Letter from Sir Edward Maufe concerning the Plate that was given by the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths.
Correspondence regarding the electrical Organ
Report to the Executive Committee by Edward Maufe on the Progress of the building.
Correspondence regarding the High Altar.
Correspondence about Special Gifts and contributions.
Letter regarding the signposting of the Cathedral in the town and on the A3
Letter regarding the cost of Bronze Doors to the South Transept.
Talk given by Edward Maufe on The Building of Guildford Cathedral
Correspondence regarding the location of the Seven Virtues
Correspondence regarding the dedication of the Charterhouse Window
Correspondence regarding the Girl Guides Grilles.
Correspondence regarding the Women’s Royal Army Corps wishing to give one of the Nave Windows.
Correspondence regarding the paving in the Children’s Chapel
Colonel Dove’s Report on Guildford Cathedral build.
Correspondence regarding the South Transept Screens