|Summary:||Lecture notes, drawings and awards from Wesley Dougill's time as a student at the School of Architecture, the University of Liverpool.
Lectures given by Dougill as a staff member at theUnversity of Liverpool Department of Civic Design, alongside collected articles and newspaper cuttings.
Articles written, and conference papers given, by Dougill relating to English coastal preservation and development and correspondence and reports relating to architectural design during WW2.|
|Biographical/Administrative Information:||Wesley Dougill (b.1893, d.1943) graduated from the Liverpool School of Architecture in 1922 with a first class honours degree, went on to study for an MA, came second in the Prix de Rome of 1921, and was awarded a silver medal by the Royal Institute of British Architects. He later went back to his old university, taking the dual post of senior lecturer and research fellow. He made extensive researches abroad, was a member of the Town Planning Institute for many years, studied and wrote about the English village, became the recognised authority on English coastal preservation and development, and played a major role in the development of the London Plan.|