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Arts minister Alan Howarth has placed a temporary bar on the export of archival material belonging to architect CFA Voysey. It provides a last chance to raise money to keep the material, including his accounts and records of his family history, in the UK. The recommended price for the books is £25,000. They are to be retained in the UK until 9 May, although this period could be extended to 9 July if the government is convinced that there is a serious intention to raise the funds.One ledger, known as the 'white book', is the definitive guide to the sequence of Voysey's buildings.

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