1901
Design for Lincoln Grammar School,
 for F. H. Chambers.

 

The exterior of the quadrangle is faced with stone and the interior has roughcast walls.
 The windows have stone dressings and iron casements;
the roofs are of red tiles except for the hall, which is covered with metal sheeting.

 

 


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References:

In The Building News, LXXVIX, 1905, pp. 76 & 77,
 Voysey states that '... My designs... were made in conjunction with the headmaster...
My design was rejected on the ground that it was too severe,
and I am pleased to say the design of Mr. Leonard Stokes was accepted instead.'

 (Joanna Symonds, RIBA Drawings Collection, p. 29)

 Dekorative Kunst, XIV, 1906, p. 201.

 

 

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