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Letters from Charles Kingsley to Archibald Geikie about the effects of ice

 Fonds — Box: CLX-A-837
Identifier: Coll-1164
Scope and Contents Letter from Kingsley to Archibald Geikie: Eversley 30 November 1868: giving a detailed account of his observations of the effect of ice on the geology of Deeside, Scotland.

Notes taken by Ralph Richardson at lectures by Sir Archibald Geikie

 Fonds — Volume: Gen.694
Identifier: Coll-1168
Scope and Contents Notes taken by Ralph Richardson at, with accompanying syllabus to, lectures delivered by Sir Archibald Geikie during his first session (1871-1872) as Murchison Professor of Geology at the University of Edinburgh. Originally in five separate parts, Richardson had them bound into one volume, which bears his bookplate.

Papers of Sir Archibald Geikie

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-74
Scope and Contents The papers Sir Archibald Geikie consist of: personal, organisational and scientific correspondence geological notebooks with field sketches and water-colours reprints of his work miscellaneous lecture notes student's lecture notes lecture notes and printed maps relating to a visit to Boston proofs for...

Papers of Sir Charles Lyell

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-203
Scope and Contents
  1. 10 boxes of correspondence
  2. 2 boxes of miscellaneous papers and lecture notes
  3. 24 boxes of offprints of papers

Papers on 19th Century Geology (Lyell and Geikie)

 Collection — Box: CLX-A-1279
Identifier: Coll-1518
Scope and Contents Illustrations, notes, correspiondence and other material relating to geologists Sir Charles Lyell and Sir Archibald Geikie.

Photograph album of the Geikie family

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-1777
Content Description This is a fine photograph album with 38 albumen prints and one carbon print of portraits of the Geikie family. There is also a birthday card mounted on the front fly-leaf, dated 16 December 1882. Included is a useful later index to the photographs, which identifies the sitters. The oldest two photos must have been taken before the death of both John Geikie and his wife Eleanor in 1864. There are several portraits from the 1870s; and the most recent dated photo is from 1887. The album...