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Photograph of a painting featuring a boat on the river Tweed

A monochrome photograph of a watercolour landscape painting depicting two people near the river Tweed in Melrose, Scotland. One person is standing towards the river, while another is on a floating boat in the painting. Signed "W. Meldrum," but not dated. Includes the annotation "The Tweed near Melrose" on the reverse of backing paper.

Meldrum, William

The coach house, 47 Eldon Street, Greenock: photograph

A photograph taken by the architect showing the front view of the coach house from the main road (Eldon Street), showing the Health Board Headquarters building situated on top of the hill above the coach house.

Platt, Christopher

The coach house, 47 Eldon Street, Greenock: Survey notes (page1)

12 cartridge paper sheets including free hand sketches of the coach house ground floor plan, upper floor plan, section CC, section BB, section AA, N.W elevation, N.E elevation, S.W elevation, S.E elevation, and several architectural details including gate, window, and cast iron fireplace. Although these drawings are all free hand sketches, they also include details of the entire building's dimensions and materials used indoors and outdoors.

Platt, Christopher

The coach house, 47 Eldon Street, Greenock: photos

Cartridge paper sheet including five photos of the coach house taken by the architect focusing on the external view from different angles showing some details such as the junction of the roof, and details of ridge window where the large windows have been boarded up. One of these photos shows the front elevation of the coach house facing the driveway leading to Health Headquarters situated on the top of the hill above the coach house.

Platt, Christopher

Scotland Street School, North Elevation

Free hand sketch showing the north elevation of Scotland Street School including some architectural descriptions, for example, "scale has been a major design factor in this building for children, windows diminish in height as they rise from the floor, and the wall has been set back to lessen the effect of three stories. Not every room in a building has the same height, each houses a different function and should be designed with that function in mind".

Platt, Christopher

Different kinds of Street's lightings

Free hand sketches showing different kinds of lighting on three different street at Glasgow:

  • Maxwell Street from Howard Street,
  • St. Enoch Car Park, Pedestrian Entrance view from inside,
  • St. Enoch Car Park, Pedestrian Entrance view from outside.

Platt, Christopher

Daylight effects on street: Royal Bank Place

Free hand sketch describing Royal Bank Place as a peaceful space, very different from Royal Exchange Place (other side of arch) or Buchanan Street where there is either vehicular traffic or pedestrian traffic. Nothing invites you through the Arch except the sun.

Platt, Christopher

Old West Kirk, Greenock, front elevation (Page 1)

Material created for summer project relating to the study of Old West Kirk at Greenock including free hand sketches showing front elevation, left hand elevation (right hand elevation is similar), plan of the main entrance, section through porch, and walls bricks' details.

Platt, Christopher

Photograph of a tea party hosted by the Greiffenhagens

The photograph features a tea party given by the Greiffenhagens.

The top right corner of the cardboard shows the text "c1913". The following annotations were added below the photograph:
"A Tea Party given by the Greiffenhagens in 1913, in his studio in the Glasgow School of Art.
Standing: A. G. Crombie
Robinson
Andrina Smith (?)
Alma Assafrey

Seated: Mrs Beatrice Greiffenhagen
Johnstone ?
Maurice Greiffenhagen, R.Q
Eliz. Josephine Cameron
Alex Musgrove"

An annotation on the top right corner shows "c1913".

*Not available / given

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