Record

Ref NoRC/71/6
TitleCorrespondence, 1913-39, 1945
DescriptionCorrespondence, 1913-39, 1945, between the Commission and Sir Aston Webb, Alexander Gow, H.M. Office of Works, Leslie Vigers (surveyor), Sir Richard T. Glazebrook, Fladgates (solicitors), Henry T Tizard, Geoffrey C Lowry, Holroyd Chambers and Richard T Southwell, concerning the ownership of the roadway running along the eastern side of the Western Gallery; the erection of the Fuel Block; use by the Commission of the Imperial College Examination Hall; proposal by Imperial College to establish their own water supply by means of a well; advertising of 49 Prince's Gate for sale; laying of cables under Prince Consort Road by the Office of Works; lease of tunnels under Prince Consort Road to Imperial College; the Imperial College Dominion Scholarships and the need for co-operation with the Commission; question of a way-leave for cables for Holy Trinity Church; insurance against damage by Imperial College of tunnels under Prince Consort Road while used as a research laboratory by Professor Bone's department; brief statement on the progress of Imperial College since its incorporation (for the Commissioners' 9th Report); construction of a model of the centre portion of the Estate; the question of research scholars and income tax; policy on scholarship holders for the duration of the 1939-45 War; application from Imperial College to erect three temporary huts on a site south of Prince Consort Road; and other minor matters.
Also: copy of a letter, January 1924, from T.H. Holland to Under Secretary of State for the Colonies regarding Imperial College Dominion Scholarships; Memorandum from the Commissioners to their solicitor regarding the ownership of sections of the subway north of the Post Office in Exhibition Road, January 1934.
Date1913 - 1939
1945
FormatManuscript
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