Summary catalogue - Buildings
For a concise account of the College architecture see Sherwood and Pevsner. 
An original 'Ichnographia' of 1695, which has been published , survives: the other sources for the pre-19th century layout of the College are all printed (see Salter ). The Bodleian Library has a plan of 1848 . The College has especially detailed large-scale plans of 1882 and 1949.
There are numerous plans, drawings, and designs - including some never executed - notably by the following:
More recent architectural drawings are very numerous indeed: the principal architects engaged on the College itself since 1950 have been Sir Edward Maufe and GJ Beard.
There are contracts, accounts and correspondence connected with the drawings and building operations mentioned in 2. above. Additionally there are the following.
Further details are to be found in the Bursars' Books, and in the Registers.
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