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Box CLX-A-1556

 Container

Contains 6 Results:

Copy of Officers' Training Corps (OTC) Inter-Unit MacDougall Trophy Fixtures list 1938

 Fonds — Box: CLX-A-1556
Identifier: Coll-1756
Scope and Contents The 'Fixtures list' shows at the top of the page, a note of ‘G. O. E. Berry’. However, ‘G.O.E.’ as an abbreviation may be quite separate a note from the name ‘Berry’. There is also note of ‘5-30pm’, which is a repeat of the start time in the printed content of the 'list'. The name 'Berry' may be a misinterpretation however... perhaps it is 'Barry' referring to the shooting-range at Buddon Point, Barry, near Carnoustie, Angus.The page appears to have been clipped...
Dates: 1938

Material relating to Bishop Kenneth Cragg, and to religious subjects

 Fonds — Box: CLX-A-1556
Identifier: Coll-1757
Content Description The ms and ts/printed items are: 1 x copy ts sheet 'Islam in India' [1961 statistics], 1p 1 x ts paper, untitled, but concerned with 'talks about Islam', and referring to 'four fortnightly evening meetings, sponsored jointly by the Student Christian Movement and the Islamic Cultural Centre ... held at the Student Movement House in London' [1963], 7pp 1 x copy sheet...
Dates: 1961-2003

Legal document - discharge of rent - between Mrs. Eleonora Russell and Mr William Robertson

 Fonds — Box: CLX-A-1556
Identifier: Coll-1761
Scope and Contents

Manuscript document on stamped paper, 'For Receipts. Fourpence' and 'Halfpenny sheet', 'writtem by William Murray Jun'r writer in Edn'r...'. The document concludes: "...and of which years annual rent I hereby discharge the said Mr. William Robertson...".


The document is signed by Eleonora Russell in Edinburgh 21 September 1796. It was witnessed by: John Russell, apprentice to Mr. James Dundas, Clerk to the Signet; and, William Murray.

Dates: 1796

Correspondence relating to Elmslie William Dallas

 Fonds — Box: CLX-A-1556, Folder: Coll-1814 / SC-Acc-2017-0064
Identifier: Coll-1814
Content Description

The collection is a bundle of Dallas correspondence, often to 'My Dear Aunt' or 'My Dear Lilly'. His aunt may have been Mrs. Sweetland.

Dates: c 1840-1860

5 x documents: notarial instruments relating to lands in Nether Carlowrie, west of Edinburgh, and in Invertiel, 1528-1566. Marks of 16th century Scottish notaries

 Fonds — Box: CLX-A-1556
Identifier: Coll-1747
Scope and Contents

5 x documents - notarial instruments - being: Invertiel, 13 November 1528; Nether Carlowrie, 23 January 1529; Nether Carlowrie, 22 June 1535; Nether Carlowrie, 23 February 1540; Nether Carlowrie, 19 April 1566.


At the foot, each document bears a fine penned mark of a 16th century Scottish notary. Old folds, contemporary endorsements.

Dates: 1528-1566

Material relating to British magician Oswald Rae

 Fonds — Box: CLX-A-1556
Identifier: Coll-1749
Content Description The collection is composed of manuscript and typescript material: letters; descriptions of tricks with diagrams; material for The Budget Journal; talk; pamphlets and writings; certificate; and a photograph. In more detail:1. Printed matter: 1 x copy of Mind Waves, a master mental mystery devised by Leo Tree. 1 x copy Budget No.1. February 1930....
Dates: 1928-1962