Catalogue description Office of Works and successors: Ceremonial: Plans and Drawings

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Details of WORK 36
Reference: WORK 36
Title: Office of Works and successors: Ceremonial: Plans and Drawings

This series contains plans and drawings relating to arrangements for major ceremonial occasions in London. These include coronations and funerals of monarchs; the thanksgiving service for the recovery of the Prince of Wales, 1872; the investiture of the Prince of Wales, 1911; the funeral of the Duke of Wellington, 1852; the peace celebrations, 1919; state openings of parliament, and the trial of Earl Russell in the House of Lords, 1901.

Date: 1685-1936
Related material:

For related registered files, see WORK 21

For Welsh Office records relating to the Investiture ceremony, 1969, see BD 101

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English

Office of Woods, Forests, Land Revenues, Works and Buildings, Works Department, 1832-1851

Office of Works, 1378-1832

Office of Works, 1851-1940

Office of Works, Architects and Surveyors Division, 1902-1914

Office of Works, Architects Division, 1914-1920

Office of Works, Directorate of Works, 1920-1940

Office of Works, Surveyors Division, 1901-1901

Physical description: 129 flat sheets and rolls
Access conditions: Subject to 30 year closure unless otherwise stated

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