Baillie, Donald Macpherson, 1887-1954 (Scottish theologian)
Found in 57 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: BAI 1/17/27
Scope and Contents Correspondence and related items, including letters from his wife Florence Jewel Baillie, his brother Donald Macpherson Baillie, Mona Anderson, Bertram Christian, Henry Pitney Van Dusen and Henry Sloane Coffin. Also responses to John Baillie's tribute to Thomas Cockburn in The Scotsman and material relating to the International Missionary Council and to the wedding of Princess Elizabeth (now Elizabeth II).
Identifier: BAI 1/17/14
Scope and Contents Correspondence, press cuttings and related items, including letters from his brother Donald Macpherson Baille, Alexander Martin, Reinhold Niebuhr, Henry Sloane Coffin, William Temple (the Archbishop of Canterbury) and the Duke of Montrose. Much of the correspondence relates to John Baillie's appointment as Moderator Designate of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
Identifier: BAI 7/4
Scope and Contents Honorary DD degree certificate from the University of St Andrews.
Identifier: BAI 7/1
Scope and Contents Card from the third annual Edinburgh reunion of Inverness Royal Academy pupils containing many of their signatures.
Identifier: BAI 1/17/12
Scope and Contents Correspondence, press cuttings and related items, including letters from his brother Donald Macpherson Baille, Mona Anderson, David Smith Cairns, George Freeland Barbour and Alexander Martin. Many press cuttings relate to John Baillie's work around United States involvement in the Second World War.
Identifier: MS BOX 28.2
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Scope and Contents This autograph letter signed is dated 22 November 1937, and it was written from 'Seamark', Lloyd Road, Hove, Sussex, and addressed to 'My dear Ballie'. The letter regrets that he 'did not see' Baillie last August but that he he will 'have better luck next year'. He has the hope though that he 'will pay me a visit here some day'. The letter accompanied 'this book' - presumably Nicodemus. A mystery (1937). He suggests that if 'you like it at all you may have a chance of...
Identifier: BAI 1/19/1
Scope and Contents Letters to John Baillie from his mother Annie Baillie and his brother Donald Macpherson Baillie, and primarily covering the period when John Baillie was based in Canada and the United States.
Identifier: BAI 7/9
Scope and Contents List of individuals who sent wreaths to the funeral of Donald Macpherson Baillie.
Identifier: BAI 7/3
Scope and Contents Master of Arts degree certificate from the University of Edinburgh.