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The collection is composed of: a state of debts, legacies and claim on Lady Glenorchy's effects, 1787; letter of Horatius Bonar to Thomas Burns, 1913; two copies of the order of service, Lady Glenorchy's New Church and Halls, laying of foundation stone by the Lord High Commissioner, 1909; sermon on the prevailing love of pleasure, from Isaiah 47.08, 18th century; minutes of a meeting of the session of Lady Glenorchy's Chapel held in the schoolhouse, 1810; draft of extracts from Chapters 6-11...
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Contains records of the following student societies:
Edinburgh University Theological Society, 1776-1969
New College Theological Society, 1851-1926
Edinburgh University Missionary Association, 1825-1926 and New College Missionary Society, 1843-1984
New College Union, 1906-1985
New College Metaphysical and Ethical Society, 1845-1860
United Presbyterian University Students Total Abstinence Society, 1867-1874
Edinburgh University United Presbyterian Students Society, 1872-1891
The charity’s comprehensive archive dates from its origins up to the present day and comprises correspondence, membership and subscription books, press cuttings, photographs and material focusing on specific campaigns, such as the high-profile Uist Hedgehog Rescue (UHR) coalition. As well as capturing a broad sweep of the organisation’s history and activities, the archive also sheds light on key figures in animal welfare, such as the charity’s former director Clive Hollands (1929-1996), a...
This collection comprises the administrative records of Roslin Institute and predecessor institutions. The records cover a range of areas and include meeting papers, reports, financial and legal documents, staff files, research data and press cuttings.
The majority of the records originate from the institutional Secretary's office, although there are a number of files from the Director and some from individual scientists. This information is captured in the catalogue.
This archive comprises the records of Scottish Gymnastics, including: governance records; records relating to administration; material relating to competitions and events; promotion and publicity material; publications; photographs and scrapbooks; audiovisual content in VHS and DVD format, and artefacts including shields, trophies and medals.
The records of the Scottish International Review Ltd. consist of: correspondence prior to incorporation; minutes of Directors' meetings; estimates of income and expenditure; bank statements for 1969-1973; general correspondence and mailing lists; correspondence with publishers and printers; copy for theScottish International Review, such as poems and articles and reviews; and, photographs.