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

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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.

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)

Reference:


Dekorative Kunst, XIV, 1906, p.201.