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First Edinburgh file, 1934-1937

Identifier: BAI 1/17/5

Scope and Contents

letters, notes, press cuttings and related material


  • Creation: 1934-1937


Language of Materials

This material is in German and English

Physical Description

1 box

Conditions Governing Access

This is subject to access restrictions under the Data Protection Act.

Biographical / Historical

John Baillie returned to Edinburgh and took up the position as Professor of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh in 1934. He also purchased his home at Whitehouse Terrace, Edinburgh, where he was to live for many years, and was admitted as a Minister of the Church of Scotland. During this time his correspondants included family (Florence Jewel Baillie, Ian Fowler Baillie and Donald Macpherson Baillie) William Arnott Fleming, William Paterson Paterson, Karl Barth and Eugene William Lyman.


From the Fonds: 13 metres