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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch of Sir Aston Webb

Scope and Content of the collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

References to works by or about Sir Aston Webb (1849-1930), E. Ingress Bell (1837-1914), and Maurice Webb (1880-1939)

Description of Series

Series A: Printed Material

Series B: Drawings, photographs and tearsheets

University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Sir Aston Webb:

An Inventory of his Drawings, Photographs, and Printed Material, 1868-1936



Collection Summary

Creator: Webb, Aston, Sir, 1849-1930
Title: Sir Aston Webb (1849-1930) Drawings, photographs, printed material, English architecture
Dates: 1968-1936
Abstract: Sir Aston Webb (1849-1930), London architect, designed many large public commissions throughout England between 1875-1915; he worked with E. Ingress Bell and later with his son Maurice Webb. Collection consists of 369 architectural drawings (mostly presentation drawings), 244 photographs, and 136 "tearsheets" from British architectural periodicals. The following buildings are included among the drawings: Admiralty Arch, Buckingham Palace; Birmingham New Law Courts; University of Cambridge; Imperial College of Science and Technology (London); Royal United Service Institution (Great Britain); Shepard's Bush Flats (London); Stock Exchange War Memorial and Chapel Court Entrance (London); Victoria and Albert Museum.
Identification: WEBB Accession information: 1983029
Quantity: 369 drawings, 244 photographs, 136 tearsheets from British architecture periodicals
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketch of Sir Aston Webb

Aston Webb was born in London in 1849, the son of a successful painter, Edward Webb. He received his early training in architecture articled to the firm of Banks and Barry (1866-1871). When his tenure there ended he spent a year traveling throughout Europe and Asia Minor. In 1873 he won the Pugin Studentship and toured Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. On his return to London in 1874, Webb established his own architectural practice, which by the turn of the century was the largest in England. His earliest works include the Church of St. John, Oxfordshire (1875); almshouses at Worcester (1878); and a granary at Deptford (1880). Webb began working with E. Ingress Bell (1836 or 37-1914) in the early 1880s and the pair secured their first important commission with a winning design for the Victoria Law Courts in Birmingham (1886). For the next 23 years, Webb and Bell completed numerous large public building projects. The two were official partners from 1902-1909. During Webb's later career, he was assisted by his sons, Maurice and Philip.

In Webb's early design work with Bell he employed a wide variety of architectural styles. Historians consider these works his most original. They include the new frontage for the Victoria and Albert Museum in South Kensington (1891); the Royal United Services Institute, Whitehall, London (1893-1895); the design for the Royal Naval College at Dartmouth (c.1900); and the University of Birmingham (1900-1909).

In 1901 Webb won a limited competition for the Queen Victoria Memorial and mall approach to Buckingham Palace. Subsequent work at Buckingham included the Admiralty Arch (1908-1909), and a new design for the east frontage of the Palace (1912-1913). Webb's work at Buckingham reflects an increased classical influence indicative of the times.

Throughout his career Webb worked actively in professional organizations and at promoting a professional image for architects. He joined the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1883 and served as president from 1902-1904. He was elected to the Royal Acadamy as an associate in 1899, full academician in 1903, and served as acting president from 1919-1924. Webb was knighted in 1904, received the Royal Gold Medal in Architecture in 1905 and the first recipient of the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal in 1907.

Webb showed political and social astuteness by repeatedly securing both public and private large scale commissions. He was a model professional, leading a conservative lifestyle and effectively managing his firm. Webb died in 1930 and is memorialized at St. Paul's Cathedral, London.

Major works include Christ's Hospital School, Sussex (1893-1902); the Imperial College of Science, South Kensington (1900-1906); King's College, Cambridge (1908); the Royal School of Mines, South Kensington (1909-1913).

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Scope and Content of the collection

The Sir Aston Webb Papers consist of 369 architectural drawings, 224 photographs and 136 "tearsheets" from British architectural periodicals. The majority of drawings are presentation drawings executed on illustration board. Included in this collection are drawings for the restoration of the Church of Saint Bartholomew the Great (1892), additions to the Gonville and Caius College at Cambridge University (1900, 1904, 1907), and numerous country houses. The collection also contains a number of drawings representing the student work of Phillip Edward Webb executed from 1907 to 1912 at the Architectural Association (1905-1907) and the Royal Academy (1907-1912). The bulk of the drawings in the collection represent the post World War I work of Sir Aston Webb and Son, including materials for the Royal Air Force Club (1922) and the Stock Exchange War Memorial (1919-1921).

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Access is by appointment only to any serious scholar. Rolled materials must be flattened before viewing. A three day advance notice is required to flatten rolled materials. Portions of this collection are not processed and may not be accessible.

Restrictions on Use

Permission for publication is given on behalf of the University of Texas as the owner of the collection and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder which must be obtained by the researcher. For more information please see the Alexander Architectural Archive's Use Policy.

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the University of Texas Online Catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons:
Webb, Aston, Sir, -- 1849-1930 -- Archives.
Bell, Edward Ingress, -- 1834-1914.
Webb, Philip Edward, -- 1885-1916.
Webb, Maurice Everett, -- 1880-1939.
Organizations:
Admiralty Arch, Buckingham Palace (London, Eng.)
Birmingham New Law Courts (Birmingham, Eng.)
University of Cambridge.
Imperial College of Science and Technology (London, Eng.)
Royal United Service Institution (Great Britain)
Shepard's Bush Flats (London, Eng.)
Stock Exchange War Memorial and Chapel Court Entrance (London, Eng.)
Victoria and Albert Museum.
Subjects:
Church architecture -- England.
Architecture, Domestic -- Designs and plans.
Universities and colleges -- England.
Public buildings -- England -- Designs and plans.
Memorials -- England -- Designs and plans.
Architecture -- England.
Architecture -- Edwardian.
Design development drawings.
Great Britain -- Buildings -- 19th century.
Document types:
Architectural drawings.
Competition drawings.
Interior design drawings.
Periodical illustrations.
Presentation drawings.
Renderings.
Student works.
Travel sketches.
Working drawings.
Photoprints.

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Related Material

The most comprehensive archive of the work of Sir Aston Webb is located at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London. An inventory of these drawings is published in volume 15 of the Catalogue of the Drawings Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects (Gregg International, 1984).

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Sir Aston Webb (1849-1930) Drawings, photographs, printed material, 1868-1936, English architecture, Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Acquisition Information

Transferred to the Alexander Architectural Archive from the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center.

Processing information

drawings by Lila Knight; other material processed by Kathy Martinson, March 1993; Amy Reichert.

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Other Finding Aids

Unpublished inventory in Archive.

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References to works by or about Sir Aston Webb (1849-1930), E. Ingress Bell (1837-1914), and Maurice Webb (1880-1939)

Edward Ingress Bell

"John Francis Bentley. A Sketch from Memory." Architectural Notes vol. 18 (January 1903): p. 191.

[Obituary] Builder vol. 92 (1914): p. 231, 271.

[Obituary] Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects (JRIBA) vol. 21 (1913-1914): p. 682-3.

"Unrest." American Architect and Building News vol. 7 (May 29, 1880): p. 238-9.

Sir Aston Webb

"The American Presentation to Sir Aston Webb." JRIBA vol. 14 (1907): p. 294-301.

"The Architecture of Sir Aston Webb, President of the Royal Academy." Building News vol. 119 (1920): p. 63-4.

"The Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth." Architectural Review vol. 18 (November 1905): p. 194-216.

"A Century of Regent Street: MDCCCXX - MDCCCCXX." Architectural Review vol. 62 (December 1927): p. 202-39.

Creswell, H. B. "A Backward View." Architect and Building News vol. 208 (August 11, 1955): p. 172-3.

Creswell, H. B. "Seventy Years Back." Architectural Review vol. 124 (December 1958): p. 405.

"Current Architecture: University of Birmingham." Architectural Review vol. 26 (September 1909): p. 142-52.

"Current Architecture: The Victoria and Albert Museum." Architectural Review vol. 26 (July 1909): p. 38-48.

Darby, Elizabeth. "The Nation's Memorial to Victoria." Country Life vol. 164 (November 16, 1978): p. 1647-8.

Darly, Gillian. "Informality in a Formal Layout, Whiteley Village, Surrey." Country Life vol. 160 (November 18, 1976): p. 1484-5.

"Death of Noted Architect." Architect vol. 15 (September 1930): p. 555.

Design for the South Kensington Museum Building." Architectural Digest vol. 47, no. 7-8 (1977): p. 471.

"Drawing for the Metropolitan Life Assurance Society's Offices in Moorgate, London." Architectural Design vol. 47, no. 3 (1977): p. 175.

"Grain Silos, Greenwich, England." American Architect and Building News vol. 56 (May 22, 1897): p. 64.

Gray, Stuart A. Edwardian Architecture: A Biographical Dictionary. Iowa City, Iowa: University of Iowa Press.

Jackson, N. and Thomas, J. "Presidents of RIBA." JRIBA vol 91 (May 1984): p. 56-7.

"The Late Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, O.M.R.A." RIBA Proceedings vol. 19 (1911-1912): p. 608-9.

"The Late Sir Thomas Brock." The Builder vol. 123 (1922): p. 331.

[Obituary] American Architect vol. 191 (January 26, 1907): p. 53.

[Obituary] Architecture (NY) vol. 62 sup. 45 (October 1930).

[Obituary] Architectural Forum vol. 53 (September 1930): p. 57.

[Obituary] Architectural Review vol. 68 sup. 64 (September 1930).

[Obituary] Art Digest vol. 4 (September 1930): p. 18.

[Obituary] Connoisseur vol. 86 (October 1930): p. 262-3.

[Obituary] JRIBA vol. 37 (1929-30): p. 744.

"A Picture in Passing; Rue de la Grosse Horlogo, Rowen." Architect vol. 3, no. 8 (August 1973): p. 50-2.

"Portrait by W. Llewellyn." London Studio vol. 9 (June 1935): p. 297.

"The Proposal for a League of Nations." Architectural Review vol. 46 (December 1919): p. 132-54.

"Registration of Architects." JRIBA vol. 21 (1913-1914): p. 167-74.

Royal Institute of British Architects Drawing Collection. London: Sir Banister Fletcher Library, 1968.

"The Royal College of Science." Architectural Review vol. 21 (April 1907): p. 192-206.

"Royal Gold Medal Presentation to M. August Choisy, 20th June, 1904." JRIBA vol. 11 (1904): p. 449-54.

Service, Alastair. Edwardian Architecture: A Handbook of Building Design in Britain, 1890-1914. New York, Toronto: Oxford Press, 1977.

Service, Alastair. Edwardian Architecture and Its Origins. London: Architectural Press Ltd., 1975.

"Sir Aston Webb." JRIBA vol. 12 (November 1904): p. 13.

"Sir Aston Webb's Record. Public Buildings and Churches." The Architect's Magazine vol. 5 (July 1905): p. 57.

"The Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London, England." American Architect and Building News vol. 82 (November 28, 1903): p. 72.

"Work of Sir Aston Webb, Architect." The Builder vol. 116 (1919): p. 110, 156.

Sir Aston Webb and E. Ingress Bell

"Current Architecture." Architectural Review 16 (August 1904): p. 74-80.

"Current Architecture: University of Birmingham." Architectural Review 26 (September 1909): p. 142-52. Illus.

Sir Aston Webb and Son, architects

"The War Memorial at Malvern College." Architectural Review 58 (August 1925): p. 50-7. Illus, plans.

Maurice Everett Webb (1880-1939)

"Century of Progress." Architectural Review 76 (December 1934): p. 190-1.

"Design and Construction of Buildings in Relation to Fire Risks." Royal Society of Arts Journal 81 (January 27, 1933): p. 242-55.

"The Guildhall, Kingston-on-Thames." Architect and Building News 143 (July 19, 1935): p. 81-7.

"Hospital Designed to Prevent Cross-Infection: Maurice E. Webb, architect." Architectural Record 85 (January 1939): p. 40-1. Illus., plans.

"Hospitaux." L'Architecture d'aujour d'hui. n.s., loe annee (September-October 1939): p. 10-51. Illus., plans.

"The London Fever Hospital New Isolation Block, Architect: Maurice E. Webb." Architect and Building News 155 (July 22, 1938): p. 98-100.

[Obituary]. JRIBA 47 (Dec 11, 1939; January 15, 1940): p. 41-3.

[Obituary]. Architect and Building News 160 (November 17, 1939): p. 149-50.

[Obituary]. Architect and Building News 161 (February 2, 1940): p. 133.

[Obituary]. The Builder 157 (November 17, 1939): p. 711.

[Obituary]. The Builder 157 (December 1, 1939): p. 754.

[Obituary]. Royal Society of the Arts Journal 88 (November 24/December 8, 1939): p. 61, 102.

[Portrait]. JRIBA 42 (November 6, 1934): p. 81.

"The Report of the First International Congress on Architectural Education, Held Under the Auspices of the Royal Institute of British Architects, July 28-August 2, 1924." Architectural Review 9 (March 1926): p 82-9. Illus., plans.

"A Sketch of Some Experiences During the War, and the Moral..." Builder 116 (1919): p. 641-2.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

 

Series A: Printed Material

Series Abstract
The printed material series consists of a published brochure and a publication by Webb, 1921.
box folder
5 1 London Society brochure
2 Webb, Sir Aston. London of the Future. London: T. Fisher Unvin Ltd, 1921.
(Item permanently checked out to drawings collection)

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Series B: Drawings, photographs and tearsheets

Series Abstract
This series consist of 369 architectural drawings, 224 photographs and 136 "tearsheets" from British architectural periodicals. The majority of drawings are presentation drawings executed on illustration board. The collection also contains a number of drawings representing the student work of Phillip Edward Webb executed from 1907 to 1912 at the Architectural Association (1905-1907) and the Royal Academy (1907-1912). The bulk of the drawings in the collection represent the post World War I work of Sir Aston Webb and Son.
Entries in the Drawings Series are indexed in alphabetical order by Client's name. If the client is not identifiable, the field will remain blank. Entries without client names are sorted by Project Name and listed before those that provide client's names. Furthermore, similar projects are sorted in chronological order by date. Project names are supplied by the cataloger, as title blocks on the drawings prove to be inconsistent and many drawings are not labeled. Project names may also have been adjusted to accommodate alphabetical sorting. Dates are offered if they can be derived from the drawings or gathered from other authoritative sources. The term "drawing" includes both original works (such as pencil on trace paper, or ink on tracing cloth) as well as copies (such as sepia prints, blue line prints, etc.).
Project name: Abbey Flats.
Primary archt/firm: Maurice Everett Webb
Collaborators: H.A. Dawson, assoc. archt.
Street address: Abbey Road (St. John's Wood)
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Admiralty and War Offices.
Date on drawings: 1884
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
City: London
Country: England
Project name: All Saint's School. Additions and alterations. Proposed.
Date on drawings: 1918
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Bloxham
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Project name: Artillery House.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Collaborators: Henry A. Dawson
Street address: Westminster
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Artillery Monument. New arrangement. Proposed.
Date on drawings: 1910
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: Banco de Chile.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
City: Santiago
Country: Chile
Project name: "Bassets".
Primary archt/firm: Maurice Everett Webb
City: Farnborough
County: Kent
Country: England
Project name: Birmingham Hospitals Centre.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
City: Edgbaston
County: Birmingham
Country: England
Project name: Birmingham New Law Courts.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
Country: England
Project name: Birmingham Police Headquarters.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
Country: England
Project name: Birmingham University.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
Country: England
Project name: Branston Cottage group.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
City: Branston
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Project name: Burford Church. Restoration.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Burford
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Project name: Burton Infirmary. Alteration and extension.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
City: Burton-on-Trent
County: Staffs
Country: England
Project name: Central Police Station to Country Town.
Date on drawings: 1890
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: Certificates.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: Church of Saint Bartholomew the Great. Restoration & Addition.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Conservative Club.
Date on drawings: 1880
Primary archt/firm: [E.] Hampson & George Shaw?
Country: England
Project name: Consol's Market.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Dunbar Site Memorial.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Street address: Dunbar
City: Dehli
Country: India
Project name: Ellens Farm.
Primary archt/firm: Maurice Everett Webb
City: Rudgwick
County: Sussex
Country: England
Project name: Evelyn Nursing Home.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
City: Cambridge
County: Cambridgeshire
Country: England
Project name: Fountain.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas Blashill
City: Hong Kong
Country: China
Project name: Foxbury garden house.
Primary archt/firm: Maurice Everett Webb
City: Chiselhurst
County: Kent
Country: England
Project name: [Gothic & Romanesque Details of Cut Stonework & Painted Glass].
Date on drawings: 1868-1869
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: [Gothic & Romanesque Details of Cut Stonework & Painted Glass].
Date on drawings: 1872
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: Government House.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
City: Nicosia
Country: Cyprus
Project name: Guidhall.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son?
City: Kingston-upon-T
County: Surrey
Country: England
Project name: Hertford Memorial. Proposed.
Date on drawings: 1919
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
City: Hertford
County: Hertfordshire
Country: England
Project name: Highways Building.
Primary archt/firm: G. Wornum?
County: Westminster
Country: England
Project name: "Hildon".
Date on drawings: 1898
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Project name: Hockley Sole. Alterations. Proposed.
Primary archt/firm: Philip Edward Webb
City: Folkstone
Country: England
Project name: Honor Oak Crematorium.
Primary archt/firm: Maurice Everett Webb
Collaborators: William Bell
Street address: Camberwell?
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Huddington Courthouse.
Date on drawings: 1881
County: Worcestershire
Country: England
Project name: Imperial College of Science & Technology.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb and E. Ingress Bell
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Street address: South Kensington
Country: England
Project name: Junior United Service Club. Addition.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Country: England
Project name: Malvern College?
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Country: England
Project name: Malvern Town War Memorial. Proposed.
Date on drawings: 1921
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
City: Malvern
County: Worcestershire
Country: England
Project name: Manor Park. Cookham Dene.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Chislehurst
County: Kent
Country: England
Project name: Marden Park. Stairway addition to garden front.
Date on drawings: 1913
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Marden
County: Kent
Country: England
Project name: Marlborough College. New boarding house.
Date on drawings: 1909
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & C. E. Gonting
City: Marlborough
County: Wiltshire
Country: England
Project name: Maurice Everett Webb portrait.
Date on drawings: 1915
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: Measured Drawings & notes for Measured Drawings.
Date on drawings: 1907 - 1911
Primary archt/firm: Philip Edward Webb
Country: England
Project name: Memorial tablet to the memory of the late Mr. & Mrs. Wynne. Design.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son?
Country: England
Project name: Miscellaneous projects.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: Monastic Building or School.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
Country: England
Project name: Monument in Monnow Street to the late C. S. Rolls. Proposed.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Monmouth
Country: Wales
Project name: New Christ's Hospital Schools.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
City: Horsham
County: West Sussex
Country: England
Project name: Northamptonshire County Council Buildings. Alterations and additions. Proposed.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
County: Northamptonshire
Country: England
Project name: Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Street address: 36-44 Moorgate, E.C.
Country: England
Project name: Palazzo Cuccoli.
Date on drawings: 1911
Primary archt/firm: Philip Edward Webb
Street address: Fiaschi
City: Florence
Country: Italy
Project name: Palazzo Piccolomini.
Date on drawings: 1911
Primary archt/firm: Philip Edward Webb
City: Siena
Country: Italy
Project name: Princess Beatrice Hospital.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Street address: Earl's Court
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Royal Air Force Club Premises.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Royal College of Science.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: South Kensington
Project name: Royal College of Science & Government Offices.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & T.M.Deane
Street address: Upper Merrion Street
City: Dublin
Country: Ireland
Project name: Royal Engineer's Mess.
Date on drawings: 1906
Primary archt/firm: C.J. Taylor
City: Chatham
Country: England
Project name: Royal Engineer's Mess Room.
Date on drawings: 1906
Primary archt/firm: T. Deveney
Country: England
Project name: Royal Exchange. Memorial to the London Troops.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Country: England
Project name: Royal Institute of British Architects Building.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Street address: G. Wornum
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Royal Naval College. War memorial. Proposed.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
City: Dartmouth
County: Devonshire
Country: England
Project name: Royal Society of Arts.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Royal United Service Institution.
Date on drawings: 1891-1893
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
City: London
Country: England
Project name: S.S. Queen Elizabeth.
Primary archt/firm: G. Wornum
Country: England
Project name: Saint Cuthbert's College. Chapel. Proposed.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Worksop
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Project name: Saint George's Church.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Worcester
County: Worcestershire
Country: England
Project name: School.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: Oliver Hill
State/Province: Eleuthera
Country: Bahamas
Project name: Shepherds Bush Flats.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Collaborators: Colcutt & Hamp, assoc. archt.
Street address: Kensington & Hammersmith
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Shepherds Bush for Mrs. Wardrop. Exhibit.
Primary archt/firm: Maurice Everett Webb
Street address: Shepherds Bush
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Small country house. Miscellaneous Student Work.
Primary archt/firm: Philip Edward Webb
Country: England
Project name: Sonning Grove.
Primary archt/firm: Maurice Everett Webb
City: Sonning-on-Thames
County: Berkshire
Country: England
Project name: Southwick Church. Charles Herbert Cooper???
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
County: Sussex
Country: England
Project name: St. Alban's Church. Screen to Lady Chapel.
Date on drawings: 1915
Primary archt/firm: Philip Edward Webb
City: Fulham
Country: England
Project name: St. Francis Church.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son?
City: Dollis Hill
Country: England
Project name: St. Helen's Church.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Worcester
County: Worcestershire
Country: England
Project name: St. Leonard's-on-Sea. New front gate. Suggested.
Primary archt/firm: Philip Edward Webb
City: Aveley
Country: England
Project name: St. Mary-le-Park Church.
Primary archt/firm: John S. Quilter
City: Battersea
Country: England
Project name: St. Paul's. New chancel screen.
Primary archt/firm: Maurice Everett Webb
City: Bryncoedifor
Country: North Wales
Project name: Staffordshire General Infirmary. New building. Proposed.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
County: Staffordshire
Country: England
Project name: Stock Exchange War Memorial and Chapel Court Entrance.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son & R. Layton Cole
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Stoke D'Abernon. Manor house. Remodeling.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
County: Surrey
Country: England
Project name: Stourton Church. Restoration.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Stourton
County: Staffordshire
Country: England
Project name: Testimonies of Study final examination.
Date on drawings: 1912
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: Thames Warehouse. South Thames Bonded Stores.
Date on drawings: 1901
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Street address: Southwark
City: London
Country: England
Project name: "The Briary".
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Cowes
County: Isle of Wight
Country: England
Project name: "The Gables".
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Street address: Blackheath / Lewisham
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Unidentified buildings.
Date on drawings: 1888
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Street address: 23 Austin Friars
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Unidentified church.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
Country: England
Project name: Unidentified church.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
Country: England
Project name: [Unidentified grammar school?].
Date on drawings: 1888
Primary archt/firm: [Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell]
Country: England
Project name: Unidentified house.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Bromley
County: Kent
Country: England
Project name: Unidentified house.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: Unidentified house.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: [Unidentified house].
Date on drawings: 1882
Primary archt/firm: [Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell?]
Country: England
Project name: [Unidentified house].
Date on drawings: 1883
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: Unidentified house. Conservatory and picture room.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: Unidentified house or rectory.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell?
Country: England
Project name: Unidentified summer cottage. Proposed.
Date on drawings: 1895
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
City: Isle of Wight
Country: England
Project name: Unidentified warehouse.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Street address: Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Victoria and Albert Museum.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Country: England
Project name: Waterloo Bridge. [widening]
Primary archt/firm: Maurice Everett Webb
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Whiteley Village Buildings.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Street address: Whiteley Village
City: Burnhill
County: Surrey
Country: England
Project name: "Windmere"
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Street address: Blackheath, Lewisham
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Army & Navy Cooperative Society, Ltd. New front and building alterations.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Client: Army & Navy Cooperative Society, Ltd.
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Perpendicular Gothic Canopy.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son?
Client: Bela, Madame
Country: England
Project name: Brittania Royal Naval College.
Date on drawings: 1897-1898
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Client: Brittania Royal Naval College
City: Dartmouth
County: Devonshire
Country: England
Project name: Camberwell Borough. New cemetary chapel.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Client: Camberwell Borough Council
Street address: Camberwell?
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Cambridge University. Gonville And Caius College.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
Client: Cambridge University
Country: England
Project name: Cambridge University. King's College.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
Client: Cambridge University
Country: England
Project name: Cambridge University. Magdalene College.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & E. Ingress Bell
Client: Cambridge University
Country: England
Project name: Oakover. Additions.
Date on drawings: 1898
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Client: Campbell Newington, Esq.
City: Ticehurst
County: Sussex
Country: England
Project name: Commercial Union Assurance Company, Ltd.
Date on drawings: 1928
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Client: Commercial Union Assurance Company, Ltd.
City: London
Country: England
Project name: Lord Cowdry cottages. Proposed.
Date on drawings: 1913
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Client: Cowdray, Lord
City: Midhurst
County: Sussex
Country: England
Project name: Denstone College. Library and Classroom Block and Headmaster's House. War Memorial.
Date on drawings: 1918
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Client: Denstone College
Country: England
Project name: J.E. Eltsbacher house.
Date on drawings: 1914
Primary archt/firm: Maurice Everett Webb
Client: Eltsbacher, J. E., Esq.
City: Noordwk
Country: Holland
Project name: Howell's School. Memorial Library. Proposed.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb & Son?
Client: Howell's School
City: Denbigh
County: Wales
Country: England
Project name: City of London Memorial.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Client: London, City of
Country: England
Project name: Malvern College. Library.
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Client: Malvern College
City: Malvern
County: Worcestershire
Country: England
Project name: J. M. Morries Cocar House. Additions and alterations. Proposed.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Client: Morries, J. M.
City: Sterling
Country: Scotland
Project name: Russell School. "Ballards".
Primary archt/firm: Aston Webb & Son
Client: Russell School
City: Addington
County: Surrey
Country: England
Project name: Charles Seely house. Proposed.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Client: Seely, Charles
City: Bart. Brooke
Country: Isle of Wight
Project name: Sir Offley Peverey.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Client: Wakeman, Sir Offley, Bart.
County: Shropshire
Country: England
Project name: Campbell-Bannerman Monument.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Client: Westminster Abbey?
Country: England
Project name: Admiralty Arch and Its Approaches.
Primary archt/firm: Sir Aston Webb
Client: Woodward, William

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