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  • [EALING TENANTS]
    The Pioneer Co-Partnership Suburb A record of Progress issued as a souvenir of the visit T R H The Duke and Duchess of Connaught to declare open the Brentham Club and Institute of the Ealing Tenants Limited and published by Co-Partnership Publishers Limited 1912

    Letchworth Garden City Press undated [1990]

    Facsimile reprint. 33pp illustrated with b/w plates + [c8]pp period ads. Decorated wrappers. Includes colour and folded map of Brentham Garden Suburb. This garden suburb, near Pitshanger in Ealing, was the first garden suburb in London to be built in cooperative principles, predating the larger and better-known Hampstead Garden Suburb by some years. It was mostly built between 1901 and 1915. Reprint of original documentaion.

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  • The Pioneer Co-Partnership Suburb by [EALING TENANTS]
    [EALING TENANTS]
    The Pioneer Co-Partnership Suburb A record of Progress issued as a souvenir of the visit T R H The Duke and Duchess of Connaught to declare open the Brentham Club and Institute of the Ealing Tenants Limited and published by Co-Partnership Publishers Limited 1912

    Letchworth Garden City Press 1912

    Original publication, 33pp + illustrated section comprising b/w plates + [c8]pp period ads. Decorated wrappers. Verso has location plan on it. Includes colour and folded map of Brentham Garden Suburb. This garden suburb, near Pitshanger in Ealing, was the first garden suburb in London to be built in co-operative principles, predating the larger and better-known Hampstead Garden Suburb by some years. It was mostly built between 1901 and 1915.

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  • Welwyn, Hertfordshire by [WELWYN] PAINE, Charles. [ designed by ]
    [WELWYN] PAINE, Charles. [ designed by ]
    Welwyn, Hertfordshire

    Welwyn Garden City Ltd., The Public Relations Department undated c1939

    Folder containing a number of stapled leaflets or fold out gate folded leaflets giving information about different aspects of Welwyn Garden City. All illustrated with b/w photographic plates and with upper wrapper of each sporting a tiny colour print designed by Charles Paine. Subjects are "The Idea behind Welwyn", "Industry", "Sports and Pastimes", "Public Services", "Hostels", "Natural Amenities", "Drama and Music", "Places of Worship", "Education", "Shopping", and "Pleasant Homes". The folder itself is blue with drawing design by Charles Paine. Faint stamp of previous owner William E Spangle on upper wrapper. William E. Spangle graduated from the University of California Berkeley with a degree in city planning in 1938.…

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    Welwyn Garden City Ltd., The Public Relations Department undated c1939

    Folder containing a number of stapled leaflets or fold out gate folded leaflets giving information about different aspects of Welwyn Garden City. All illustrated with b/w photographic plates and with upper wrapper of each sporting a tiny colour print designed by Charles Paine. Subjects are "The Idea behind Welwyn", "Industry", "Sports and Pastimes", "Public Services", "Hostels", "Natural Amenities", "Drama and Music", "Places of Worship", "Education", "Shopping", and "Pleasant Homes". The folder itself is blue with drawing design by Charles Paine. Faint stamp of previous owner William E Spangle on upper wrapper. William E. Spangle graduated from the University of California Berkeley with a degree in city planning in 1938. He worked as a city and regional planner in the San Francisco Bay Area as the principal of William Spangle and Associates. Charles Paine (1895-1967) Charles Paine was a versatile and prolific designer who worked on poster design for the G.P.O., Empire Marketing Board and many others. In 1939 he was taken on at Welwyn to direct their advertising campaign. He produced this collection of brochures for Welwyn along side a series of seasonal posters, maps and leaflets to promote Welwyn as a place to live and work. Scarce. Two duplicate leaflets in the collection.

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  • ASHBEE C R
    Where the Great City Stands: a study in the new civics

    London The Essex House Press 1917

    xii + 165 + (3)pp + 80 plates. 4to. Decorative boards, cloth spine. Good copy but blank front end paper removed. 4to A plea by Ashbee to incorporate the ideals of the Arts and Crafts Movement into city planning and urban life. Ownership inscription on half title of William Porter. FRSA.

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