D113 - Forshaw, J. H. - 1 Feb 1869-1960s; n.d.

The papers of J. H. Forshaw contains material from his time in the Royal Engineers during the First World War, the Miners Welfare Committee, Deputy Architect 1939-1941/Architect 1941-1946 of London County Council, Chief Architect and Housing Consultant to Ministry of Health and later of Ministry of...

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Main Creator: Forshaw, John
Archive level description: Sub-sub fonds
Physical Description:41 boxes; 1 over-sized folder.
Subjects:
Summary:The papers of J. H. Forshaw contains material from his time in the Royal Engineers during the First World War, the Miners Welfare Committee, Deputy Architect 1939-1941/Architect 1941-1946 of London County Council, Chief Architect and Housing Consultant to Ministry of Health and later of Ministry of Housing and Local Government 1946-1959. Comprises of architectural publications, reports, notes, correspondence, photographs, news clippings, ephemeral items and some maps and plans.
Date:1 Feb 1869-1960s; n.d.
Reference Number:D113
Arrangement:

There have been several previous attempts to list this material during which time the original order may have been disturbed. The material is now arranged into the following series:

  • /1 Royal Engineers.
  • /2 Miners Welfare Committee.
  • /3 London County Council, includes War Debris Organisation and the London Plan.
  • /4 Ministry of Health.
  • /5 General.
  • /6 International.
  • /7 Correspondence.
  • /8 Publications, articles and reports.
  • /9 Ephemera, photographs and news clippings.

 

 

 

Acquisition Information:Mrs J H Forshaw, Skelwith, nr Ambleside, Cumbria; 7 Jul 1975 and 30 Oct 1975
Biographical/Administrative Information:John Henry Forshaw, (1895-1973), Cert Arch 1921, BArch Hons 1922, MA 1925, Architect. Chief Architect, Miners' Welfare Commission, 1926-1939; Deputy Architect of London County Council 1939-1941; Architect 1941-1946, Chief Architect and Housing Consultant to Ministry of Health and later of Ministry of Housing and Local Government 1946-1959