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Collection of Correspondence relating to the Shakespeare Commemorative Service, Southwark Cathedral, 23 April 1909
The collection consists of letters relating to the Shakespeare Commemorative Service in Southwark Cathedral, 1909, and includes too aShakespeare commemorative hymnby Canon H. D. Rawnsley. The correspondence is mostly in the form of replies to Leftwich for his invitations to attend the service.
The collection consists of 26 original drawings of skulls by James Hogarth Pringle. These are contained in an album. There is also a printed volume of reproductions of anatomical drawings by him.
The collection is composed of highly colourful drawings of minerals and are organised into five volumes of accompanying notes. Manuscript notes in the volumes indicate that the drawings are arranged in families according to the system of Professor Robert Jameson (1774-1854).
Collection of Edinburgh University Dramatic Society programmes gathered together by Anne (Padi) Mathieson
Collection of Edinburgh University Settlement Week, and Edinburgh University Dramatic Society programmes, and other material gathered together by Mae Wapienkowa
Collection of Edinburgh University Settlement Week, and Edinburgh University Dramatic Society programmes (Varsity Vanities), and other material, gathered together by Bill Ewen
The glass slides (black and white) are approx. 82mm x 82mm in size, some made by Newton and Co., Fleet Street, London, and some by Lizars, Edinburgh, and are on various subjects and themes including: slides that can be used for French language instruction; Magna Carta; English sovereigns/rulers; classical Rome; classical Greece; archaeological sites such as Stonehenge; Middle Eastern locations; abbeys; Tudor period; Elizabethans; and the Reformation.