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18 Station Road

  • JCCA/JCAD/3/CAM/STA/18/2/1
  • Item
  • 29th August 1944 - 27th March 1946
  • Part of College Archives

Consists of 2 letters from J. Carter Jonas & Sons (Land Agents) to the Bursar: (1) stating that Miss Kett had been granted an abatement in the rent of £5 owing to war conditions and asking this be extended as conditions were worse than during the war and much inconvenience had been experienced owing to the houses on both sides having been requisitioned; (2) presenting an account from Mr F. Andrews for work done and giving details about tree roots causing drains to be blocked at 18 Station Road

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

36 New Square

  • JCCA/JCAD/3/CAM/NEWSQ/36/3/2
  • File
  • 3rd October 1944 - 26th June 1944
  • Part of College Archives

Contains the following:
3rd October 1944 - from J. Carter Jonas & Sons informing the Bursar that they had made out an agreement to lease the property to Mrs Baker but the current lease was made out to Mr G. A. Baker who was away serving in H.M. Forces. As a surrender could not be signed they had made out the lease in Mr Baker's name

4th January 1945 - from J. Carter Jonas & Sons asking for permission from the Bursar to accept a quote for the repair of gates to the yard at the rear of the property which was leased by Mr L. A. Rich

7th June 1946 - letter from Francis & Co to the Bursar informing him that the tenant Mrs Baker had died (6th June) and had a number of debts. They said they were trying to get Mr Baker to sign a surrender of the Agreement and would then get access to the property to assess dilapidations

11th June 1946 - Letter from J. Carter Jonas & Sons to the Bursar stating that when Mrs Baker had signed the Agreement as agent for her husband she had said he was away serving in the Far East but in fact they had separated and he was living in Cambridge. She had rent arrears of £61. 8s. 0d. which her husband refused to pay but he had agreed to clear out the house so the College could gain possession

Specification for internal repairs and decorations and formation of a bathroom

26th June 1946 - estimate of £184 16s. 9d. from Rattee & Kett Limited for the above work

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

9 New Square

  • JCCA/JCAD/3/CAM/NEWSQ/9/3/1
  • Item
  • 29th December 1933 - 10th January 1935
  • Part of College Archives

2 letters:
29th December 1933 from J. Carter Jonas & Sons to the Bursar advising him to accept the offer of £29 against the original claim of £31 17s. 6d. for dilapidations and stating that Mrs Haddock was living in the property with no formal agreement and asking if they should contact her and re let on the usual College terms

10th January 1935 – from the Bursar to H. M. Inspector of Taxes confirming that on the expiry of the lease on No. 9 at Ladyday 1934 the property was let to Mr W. E. Haddock

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Accounts for Repairs

"[A]ccounts for works of repair to the various properties belonging to Jesus College and totaled £139 8s 6d."

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Agreement for Hire of Land

Parties: (1) Jesus College, (2) Colonel Louis Tebbutt (tenant of 4 Salisbury Villas). Agreement for the hire of land situated between Salisbury Villas and Tenison Avenue

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Bath Rooms (Jesus Lane), 1908

Map of Nos. 19-26 and 33 and 34 Jesus Lane giving the following information about bathrooms which were on the first floor level:
Nos. 19-22 - bathroom plan approved on 14th May 1908
Nos. 23 and 24 - bathroom lately erected
Nos. 33 and 34 - bathroom plan approved 20th March 1908

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Bomb Damage

Letter to the Bursar giving a report of damage to properties after a bomb had fallen in the vicinity on the night of 27th July 1942.
1-10 and 16 Park Street - broken glass and slates
13-15 Park Street and 20 Jesus Lane - no damage
8 Portugal Place - damaged slates, many holes in the tiled roof, stucco damaged, attic ceiling damaged and wall plaster loosened

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Change of Tenants, 16 Park Street, 1941

Letter to the Bursar informing him that they had sent a form of Surrender to Captain John Bennett and were arranging for Mr Storey to sign a quarterly tenancy agreement

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

College insurance for small fire

Correspondence concerning a building recently damaged by fire. The building was insured under Policy 7346138 and the matter to be settled once the repair by Rattee & Kett is complete

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Correspondence regarding compensation from the Magistrates Court

Correspondence addressed to Goodwin regarding J. Carter Jonas & Sons' attendance before the License Committee of Magistrates at the Shire Hall on the College's behalf. The case related to the loss of the License at "Woodmans Arms", Newmarket Road and a sum of £85 of compensation was agreed.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Dilapidated Wall

Plan showing Nos. 23, 24 and 25 New Square with a portion of dilapidated wall between Nos. 24 and 25 marked in red. Scale: 1/500

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Dilapidations, 1929

Specification of dilapidations at 57 Jesus Lane on the termination of the lease.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Drainage

Plan showing Nos. 39-44 New Square and the system of drainage to Willow Walk

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Fire Insurance Bill

Received of Jesus College the sum of £2 17s 9d as a deposit on a proposed insurance of £3700 with the Sun Fire Office. Signed off by J. Carter Jonas, agent.

Sun Fire Office

Invoice

"Fifty six pounds is due to Redding and Son on account of the works at ... reinstating damage caused by fire."

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Invoice

"We hereby certify that the sum of £156 8s 10d is due to H. Rooke & Sons on account of the works at various premises Cambridge from November 1914 - September 1915 as per attached a/c."

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Invoice

"We hereby certify that the sum of £15 is due to D. Gentle on account of the works at Station Farm Allotments..."

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Invoice

Item regards the 2nd installment, £650, is due by the college for works at Jesus Lane (erection of new garage, etc.).

Note at bottom says, "The above amount includes a sum of £115 due to D. Mackay for constructional steelwork:"

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Invoice

Invoice for allotment rents for £26 0s 7d (£4 0s 0d remuneration), £8 5s 0d (16s 6d), £4 6s 3d (8s 6d) and extra remuneration of £2 0s 0d. Total £38 11s 10d minus £7 5s 0d. Notice of receipt for £31 6s 10d.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Invoice and receipt from brick manufacturers

Second sheet contains an invoice for estimate dated March 16th 1926, for supplying 2 1/2"/ 3 1/2" broken Slag for above; spreading same about 3 1/2" thick; picking up 98. Super yards and supplying sand for grouting and also steam rolling same costing £28 10s 0d. Extra costs for spreading and picking up, loamy stones and steam rolling at entrance to court and next to coal shook, to raise level costing £3 8s 6d. Total cost £31 18s 6d. The first sheet contains a receipt for the above.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Invoice from accountants

Invoice for work executed at Cherry Hinton road. Labour £5 2s 5d, haulage £2 0s 10d, materials: cement 14/- sand 10/- £1 4s 0d, kerb 9/5, coke 11, slag 14/6 £10 0s 9d, old mole 2/5 roller 9/7 12s 0d. Total cost £19 0s 0d.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Invoice from builders

Invoice addressed to B. L. Manning, the bursar, for works of constructing New Road on the Station Building Estate. Cost £28 5s 6d. Written notice of receipt at the bottom.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Invoice from builders

Invoice addressed to the bursar and to J. Newman and Sons of 9 James Street, Cambridge, on account of the Works of repairs and painting at No. 1 to 14 and 191 to 38 Eden Street Cambridge. Total cost £80 0s 0d. Notice of receipt at the bottom.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Invoice from builders

Invoice due to the corporation of Cambridge on account of the works of connecting the New Road on the Station Building Estate to Cherry Hinton Road, totalling £19 0s 0d.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Invoice from builders

Invoice addressed to B. L Manning for £150 19s 8d for works of repairs and painting at Nos. 29 to 40 Lower Park Street, Cambridge. Written notice of receipt at bottom of sheet.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Kett House

Report and valuation upon Rattee and Kett's Carving and Building Works, situated on the corner of Hills Road and Station Road. Includes a plan

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Kett House

Letter to J. H. H. Goodwin stating that part of the lease to Messrs Rattee & Kett should have been renewed at Lady Day 1899 but as time had gone passed for renewal it was proposed that the two portions on leasehold should be brought together under one lease

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Letter

Two invoices for £51 17s 11d and £700 respectively.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Letter and Invoice

Letter attached to invoice by brass pin. "We have no inspected the works of repair carried out by Hunt. we find these quite satisfactory and enclose Certificate for the amount of his account." Work totaling £38 7s 6d was done at Steeple Morden. Fleck's Lane Farm.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Letter to Bursar regarding repairs to College

Letter to J. H. H. Goodwin (Bursar) from J. Carter Jonas & Sons, stating a Certificate for £17 16s 6d is enclosed for repairs to the College Estate.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Proposed Bathroom

Colour plans for a proposed new bathroom showing the section, elevation, ground floor, and chamber plan. 1/4 scale.

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Proposed Garage

Plan showing the site of the proposed new garage, petrol store, offices, and shop in the area behind 19-22 Jesus Lane and west of No. 19 on the position of the former Crown Inn

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Proposed New Garage, c. 1922

Plan of the proposed new garage located behind Nos. 19-22 Jesus Lane. Shows the position of the Crown Inn which was to be pulled down to be converted into a shop, showroom, and office. Also the location of cottages behind Nos. 23 and 24 Jesus Lane which were to be pulled down. Includes manuscript additions

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

Receipt

"Dear Sir, We beg to acknowledge receipt of the following cheques for which we are much obliged:- Mr. William Sindall £753 11s 10d [and] Messrs. Coulson & Lofts £139 8s 6d. [W]e are forwarding them to the Contractors and will send you the receipted accounts in due course. We are , Yours faithfully, ..."

J. Carter Jonas & Sons

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