Baillie, John, 1886-1960 (Scottish theologian and ecumenical leader)
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: BAI 1/1/11
Scope and Contents A notebook predominantly containing quotations from The Life and Letters of Walter H Page by Burton J Kendrick and also various pieces of poetry.
Identifier: BAI 1/1/6
Scope and Contents A set of loose-leaf notes containing mostly quotations from poetry and philosophical and theological works.
Identifier: BAI 1/17/1
Scope and Contents Correspondence received by John Baillie and related items, from his early years as a student at the University of Edinburgh through until just after the First World War, including poet & friend William Watson (Willie) Peploe, John & Jeannie (Jane Mary) MacColl (his cousin and her husband), (Sir) Duncan Colvin Baillie (his cousin), Hugh Ross Mackintosh and James Seth.
Identifier: BAI 1/1/10
Scope and Contents A notebook containing early poetry by John Baillie, including one about Gairloch and another about the Boer War.
Identifier: BAI 1/1/14
Scope and Contents A loose-leaf bundle of pieces of poetry (some identified) and lists of poems/poets
Identifier: BAI 11/11
Scope and Contents Files of items relating to John Baillie, compiled by Florence Jewel Baillie and/or other members of the Baillie family, and including notes on English literature, press and magazine cuttings on theological and other matters, poetry and correspondence.
Identifier: BAI 11/7
Scope and Contents A selection of memorabilia gathered together by Florence Jewel Baillie, concerning John Baillie and their life together. Includes correspondence, press cuttings, items relating to their wedding and poetry written by John Baillie.
Identifier: BAI 1/1
Scope and Contents commonplace notes; commonplace books; assorted loose-leaf notes; poetry by John Baillie in loose-leaf and notebook form; school class books
Identifier: BAI 1/1/15
Scope and Contents A loose-leaf bundle of pieces of poetry and related material
Identifier: BAI 1/1/2
Scope and Contents An indexed notebook containing poems written by John Baillie, bearing his home address in Inverness.