Series GKC/CCU/3 - Drawings & Plans: Church of the Sacred Heart, Cumbernauld

(075) Openings to stair from church: 1/4"-11/2" Internal elevation: boys sacristy: 3/8"-1'0". (058) Ceiling plan: 1/8"-1'0" (053) Internal elevation to east wall of church: 1/4"-1'0" (055) Internal elevation to south wall of church 1/4"-1'0" (054) Internal elevation to west wall of church: 1/4"-1'0"; (034) South elevation: 1/4"-1'0" (029) Church windows/ east elevations Site layout: 1/500 Site plan: 1/16"-1'0". (093) Sections at rooflights: 1/2"-1'0" (095) Church ceiling plan: 1/4"-1'0" (622) Church seating/layout: 1/4"-1'0"

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GKC/CCU/3

Title

Drawings & Plans: Church of the Sacred Heart, Cumbernauld

Date(s)

  • Feb 1960-Jan 1972 (Creation)

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18 folders

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Drawings and plans related to the project.

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This material has been appraised in line with Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections standard procedures.

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Some of this material was numbered and/or dated within GKC whilst some drawings and plans were only titled. To maintain the original order of the material it has been catalogued in according to original GKC drawing/plan numbers, date or view.

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GB 1694 GKC/CCU/3

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition

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