Full title: Sir John Sulman - pictorial material
Author/creator: Sulman, John, Sir, 1849-1934.
Date: ca. 1864-1921, 1931, 1960.
Call Numbers: PXD 963
Record Identifier: YEGmQ4Kn
Formats: Pictures, Photographs, Drawings, Architectural & Technical drawings, Prints, Watercolours, Manuscripts
Contents: 5 albums and loose items
The pictorial material forms part of a collection of papers and architectural drawings, presented by the School of the Built Environment, University of NSW in 1985:
Sir John Sulman - papers, 1868-1972, including research material collected by Professor J.M. Freeland. 8 boxes: boxes 7 and 8 (selected papers, 1888-1925,n.d.) are issued on Microfilm CY 4037 (321 frames).
Sir John Sulman - architectural drawings and plans of buildings in Sydney, NSW, Victoria and England. 24 drawings including watercolours of Harestone, Caterham (1879), Congregational Church in Croydon, England (1881), plans and elevations of a house at Bromley, Kent, Birkenhead New Town Hall, England, premiated design for Anglican Cathedral in Ballarat (1885), proposed design for a Centennial monument in Sydney (1888), sketch of beach scene at Balmoral (copy only) and farm buildings in Tenterfield, NSW, with Edith Sulman in foreground (copy only)
FOR OTHER SULMAN MATERIAL see also:
(Presented by Perpetual Trustees Co. Ltd, 1986)
Thomas Walker Convalescent Hospital, Plans and Elevations, by Sulman and Power, Architects., Mutual Life Association Building, Cnr, George and Wynyard Sts, Sydney.
`Traced and Coloured' from originals by `H.B.C' (H.B. Cranna) and `J.M.T.' (J.M. Tait) who worked in Sulman's office.
a. Blueprint Ground Floor Plan Administrative Block
b. No.2 Administrative Block, First Floor Plan
c. No.3 Rear Elevation, Basement Plan, Second Floor Plan, Ambulatory, Sections of Dining Hall
d. No.4 Men's Pavilion, Ground Floor and First Floor Plan
e. No.5 Administrative Block, Pavilions, Side, Front and Back Elevations, Womens's Pavilion
f. No.6 Administrative Block, Pavilions Sections, Longitudinal Sections/Pavilions, Corridor, Ambulatory
ML MSS 4167 ADD-ON 1734 Royal Australian Institute of Architects - NSW Chapter Records 1871-1927. (Particularly Boxes 4 and 5, Sulman was a member in 1887-1892)
Q728.4.K Plans for new Australian Club (Bound with Kirkpatrick, J. (John), New Australian Club, Plans)
PXD 573 and ML MSS 4483, Hunt, John Horbury Collection (Typescript guide available)
Walker Collection (James T. Walker)
K54279- K54292, Walker Manuscripts, comprising James T. Walker's diaries
Q049/W, James T. Walker collection of 90 volumes of newspaper cuttings including cartoons relating to Federation for references in passim to Annie Elizabeth Masefield (Sulmans second wife), Thomas Walker Convalescent Hospital, Womens College and St Andrews College and other buildings designed by Sulman which are connected with the Walker family
PXD 372 National Trust of Australia Collection held in State Library of NSW (Typescript guide available).
See also John Sulman sketchbook - RESTRICTED - containing sketches (98) made in the summer of 1872, during an 8 weeks tour as part of his award of a Pugin Travelling Studentship. The Pugin Prize was awarded by the Council of the Royal Institute of British Architects: Microfilm reel MAV/FM4/10875 RESTRICTED (original lent for copying June 2003).
Digital order no:Album ID : 823243
MMS ID: 110327066