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Laurie and Hamilton Bruce family history
Scope and Contents This spiral bound hard-backed volume has 86pp, numbered, with some pasted in illustrations. It is entitled A family patchwork by a Scottish cousin and was written by C. A. Hamilton Bruce. It was privately printed and was produced by Diane E. Thompson, Typing and Duplicating Service, 16 Brandon Terrace, Edinburgh. Chapter headings include: 'The Hamilton Bruces', 'The Lauries', 'Nairne Lodge Days', 'Dornoch Days', 'Patchwork section', and 'Grangehill Days'....
Papers of the Anderson, Urquhart and Graham Families
Scope and Contents Correspondence, diaries, legal documents, inventories, student notes, sermons, and business accounts relating to the members of the Anderson, Urquhart, and Graham families (all related). The material covers the 18th and 19th centuries and relates to subjects as varied as ironmongery, sea travel, study of humanities in the 1820s, preaching and sermons, school teaching, etc. This collection provides an excellent insight into the daily life in Edinburgh in the late 1700s and in the 1800s.
Papers of The Very Rev Prof James Whyte (1920-2005)
Scope and Contents Sermons and addresses, 1948-1996; lectures, 1949-1982; class notes and lecture notes, 1949-1982; correspondence, 1988-1989 and 1964-1970; newspaper cuttings, 1988-1989 and 1964-1969; publications and articles, 1902-1970; church magazines, 1929-1993; conference papers, 1978; moderatorial papers, 1988-1989; University Christian Consultative Group papers, 1970-1972; Church of Scotland and the Congregational Union of Scotland papers, 1959-1967; personal papers, 1848-1983; photographs 1911 and...
Found in: New College Library Special Collections
Scottish tradition of the House of Napier
Scope and Contents The volume is dated 1902 and entitled on the front board: 'A Scottish tradition of the House of Napier / Hon'ble Mrs. James Napier. On a facing page to the inside of the front-board it states: 'This Legend of Her Name was illustrated for The Bride / The Artist employed / was Mr. J. Jenks[?] / Schoolmaster / Kilmore [?] / by Oban. The volume contains a tale about the origin of the name 'Napier' and features a fine water-colour of two knights in 'Arts and Crafts' or 'Art Nouveau' style and...
- University of Edinburgh Library Heritage Collections 3
- New College Library Special Collections 1
- Dunollie Kilmore and Kilbride (parish) Argyllshire Scotland 1
- Edinburgh -- Scotland 1
- Family papers 1
- Genealogy 1
- George Thompson, sailing ship 1
- History, 18th century (Scotland) 1
- History, 19th century (Scotland) 1
- Names, Personal 1
- Presbyterianism 1
- Sermons 1
- Theology 1 ∧ less
- Anderson (Edinburgh) 1
- Graham (Edinburgh) 1
- Hamilton Bruce, C. A., fl. 1920-1960 1
- Jenks ?, J., fl. 1902 (schoolmaster at Kilmore by Oban) 1
- Urquhart (Perth) 1