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Contains three architectural plans showing the basement, lower ground floor and ground floor of Stamford House [Sainsbury's headquarters]. Also...
Duplicate copies of cards featuring the address and directions to head office.
Includes the location of head office, annexe, kitchens, box yard and shop.
Includes front elevation and section views of walls of 25 Bennett Street, Blackfriars, London.
Architects' drawing of elevation to Bennett Street, extension to Stamford House, Blackfriars, London [Sainsbury's head office] for Messrs. J....
Illustration of Stamford Street before Sainsbury's built its head office and depot. Drawn and engraved by R. I. Wright. Published in April 1830
Bennetts's Mews S.E.1 street sign. Issued by the Borough of Southwark.
Black and white photographs, slide transparencies and negatives of Running Horses Yard loading bay.
The factory, which was located close to Sainsbury's head offices on Stamford Street was where Sainsbury's pies and sausages were produced. It opened...
2 fragments of mosaic from former entrance to Stamford House, 1 square and other triangular. Donated by Mr Cyril Rayner 1979.
Two plans of buildings development for canteen and loading bank at Running Horses Yard, Blackfriars, London SE1. One shows the foundations and...
Plan showing the basement layout of Tress House [offices in London]. The plan was drawn up by the Building Development Department in October 1956 but...
Includes a site plan of Blackfriars before Sainsbury built its head office and depot.
Includes front elevation, plan views of the basement, ground, first floor and section view of the proposed new building on the site of 25 Bennett...
Includes a plan view of Bennett Street and Upper Ground Street, Blackfriars, London. Architect: A. Sykes.
Running Horses Yard was the location of the stables for Sainsbury's horse vans, and later (from 1951) of Sainsbury's empties depot.
Includes framed pencil and crayon drawing of Rennie House (originally a factory designed by Sir Owen Williams).