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Lyon, Thomas Henry, 1869-1953 (Architect and first Director of Design at the Cambridge School of Architecture.)



  • Existence: 1869 - 1953

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:


Plan and elevation of White Cottage, Sidgwick Avenue by Thomas Henry Lyon, 11th July 1932

Reference Code: GBR/0276/SEAR/10/10/1/1
Scope and Contents

Plan labelled cottage for manciple and signed by TH Lyon, Architect 11th July 1932. Measures 56 x 47 cm

Dates: 11th July 1932

Plans and elevations of the gate and railings in Old Court by Thomas Henry Lyon, 1931 - 1932

Reference Code: GBR/0276/SEAR/10/1/1/2
Scope and Contents Three plans and elevations of the gate and railings in Old Court by Thomas Henry Lyon. Nos. 1 and 2 are labelled as No. 1 and No. 2 Selwyn College Cambridge Design for railing and gates between the Fellows garden and the Court. No 1 is signed by Lyon, Architect [nd but assume 21 Sept 1931] and No.2 is signed by Lyon Architect and date 21 Sept 1931 (both in same sleeve) (90.5 x 62 cm). No. 3 is entitled Selwyn College Cambridge railing and gates between the Fellows garden and the court,...
Dates: 1931 - 1932
 File — Container: SEAR/10/7/1

Plans for the library by Thomas Henry Lyon, 1920, 1928-1929

Reference Code: GBR/0276/SEAR/10/7/1
Scope and Contents Plans, elevations and drawings of the library including rejected designs for a library, and two fine watercolour elevations, 1920, one signed in pencil by Eleanor K.F. Hughes1-2 Proposed new Library Selwyn College Cambridge – Elevations - labelled No 1 and No 2 both 10th Feb 1920 (in same sleeve); 3 Sketch of shelving 27th Feb 1920; 4 Watercolour/artist’s impression of “proposed New Library and Lecture Rooms TH Lyon, Architect” signed on bottom right by Eleanor KF Hughes (with...
Dates: 1920, 1928-1929
 Item — Container: DCAR/1/2/4/2/11/2a

TH Lyon Architect: Downing College Cambridge - interior of proposed chapel [colour drawing]

Reference Code: GBR/0269/DCAR/1/2/4/2/11/2a
Scope and Contents From the Sub-sub-fonds:

Records concerning actual and physical construction of buildings; encompassing estimates, specifications of works, bills of quantity, correspondence and plans. Some of these records were given bursarial records series numbers and have therefore been listed together.

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