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Description: A. W. N. Pugin: Master of Gothic Revival
~~~Archival material relating to Pugin, his colleagues and clients, may be found in the following collections among others:
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Archival material relating to Pugin, his colleagues and clients, may be found in the following collections among others:
The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University
Birmingham Public Reference Library, Birmingham, England (Hardman Archives—Hardman & Company daybooks and Hardman–Pugin correspondence)
HLRO, House of Lords Record Office (Hardman–Pugin correspondence)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Magdalen College Archives, Oxford, England (Bloxam–Pugin correspondence)
Minton Archive, Minton Museum, Stoke-on-Trent (Pugin designs)
PRO, Public Record Office, Kew, West London (Commission of Works, papers relating to Pugin’s work at the Palace of Westminster)
RIBA, Royal Institute of British Architects (Library, Crace–Pugin correspondence; Drawings Collection)
Saint Mary’s College, Oscott
Ushaw College, Durham
Victoria and Albert Museum, London (Pugin diaries, letters, drawings; Earl of Shrewsbury–Pugin correspondence; Crace Archive).
For transcriptions of Pugin’s diaries and correspondence, see below, Wedgwood 1977 and idem 1985.
 
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