Maufe Correspondence 1958
File contains correspondence to and from the Cathedral Architect Sir Edward Maufe in 1958 during the construction of the Cathedral in the post-war period.
Correspondence relating to the St Johns Ambulance Brigade Window
Correspondence relating to the costs of the build up to 1951
Correspondence regarding the gift from the William Harvey Family and the William Harvey Window.
Correspondence regarding the By-Pass Junction and the land between St John’s Road.
Correspondence from Sir Edward Maufe regarding folding doors ensuring that visitors can see the work in the Nave when they visit and the costing for glazing to go into the doors.
Correspondence regarding the Scottish Window and the design by Wilson (?) and finishing the coloured glass emblems.
Correspondence from Miss Iredale to Sir Edward Maufe in connection to his generosity to the Cathedral and his subscription to the Cathedral Builders.
Correspondence relating to the costings of having a permanent Organ in the Cathedral and what will be settled with regards to the Organ.
Correspondence relating to the spending of the money gifted by the National Council of Women, including the option of rainwater heads. Correspondence includes the importance of having women and women’s organisations represented in the Cathedral.
Correspondence regarding the Roundabout at the Cathedral Approach and the layout of the plans
Correspondence from Sir Edward Maufe regarding the processional cross and the design of the Guildford Cross and Newill Cross.
Correspondence regarding Notice Boards and boards on the approaching road.
Correspondence regarding a case for Surrey Yeomanry Roll of Honour.
Correspondence regarding the Church of England Men’s Society and the designs for the glass and window.
Correspondence regarding the Children’s Chapel and decorations
Correspondence regarding the Nurses Window and its design and correspondence relating to criticism of the winning design.
Correspondence regarding the windows and trying to work out which windows have been allocated to which professions.
Correspondence regarding the gift of Lady Livingstone of the Madonna and Child
Correspondence to Lady Maufe regarding a delivery of Kneelers
Correspondence to Edward Maufe regarding the Nurses Window. Nursing Mirror wish to move the competition exhibits from Manchester to Cardiff.
Letter from Edward Maufe explaining his position with regards to the Nave South windows and North Aisle Bays. He explains some of the things he is unhappy about some of the difficulties there are in allotting windows to societies and industries.
Letter from Eleanor Iredale to Maufe in response to his concerns about the Nave Windows and the raising of funds.
Revisions by Edward Maufe to the Guidebook due to be reprinted.
Letter from Sir Edward Maufe giving permission for the inclusion of devises on the Scottish Window.
Letter from Sir Edward Maufe regarding the Aircraft Industries Bay, Architects’ Window and Scottish Window designs and updating on progress.
Correspondence from Sir Edward Maufe regarding the Nave Contract including a statement of costs.
Correspondence regarding the Aircraft Industries Bay and Mr E.R. Lewis and Decca Bay.
Correspondence regarding Chancel Furnishings.
Correspondence regarding the Provost’s House location and its plans and drawings along with estimated costs.
Letter to Sir Edward Maufe regarding the National farmers’ Union Gift.
Memo detailing the cost of the building up to date and the approximate future costs