Hugh Edgar

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Hugh Edgar is an English architect who worked on several archival projects in the United Kingdom and as a consultant around the world.[1] He completed the design for the National Museum of Antiquities for Scotland.[2] He was the RIBA representative to the British Standard Committee about BS 5454:2000 "Recommendations for storage and exhibition of archival documents." He was also commissioned by the royal family of Jordan.[3] Edgar achieved renown as one of the participants in the television series The Edwardian Country House, in which he portrayed the butler.[4][5][6]

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  1. ^ RIAA The Chartered Architect Nov, 2003
  2. ^ The National Archives "Planning a new record repository"
  3. ^ Surrey County Council Islam Awareness Week at Surrey History Centre
  4. ^ thirteen-NY
  5. ^ "Hugh Edgar". The Guardian (London). 11 September 2002. 
  6. ^ Taddeo, Julie Anne & Dvorak, Ken. "The PBS Historical House Series: Where Historical Reality Succumbs to Reel Reality" Film & History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies - Volume 37.1 (2007), pp. 18-28 JSTOR