Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Locator = 46.227638;2.213749,Created For = France
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: BAI 1/13/7
Scope and Contents 1 handwritten and 3 typewritten manuscripts/copies of an unpublished account of John Baillies experiences during the retreat from France in 1940, together with an issue of the London Gazette and a related telegram of the period.
Scope and Contents The Correspondence from Emmanuel De Margarie sub-series consists of:
- 18 letters, chronologically arranged (1883-1907)
Scope and Contents The Correspondence from the John Stuart Blackie sub-series consists of:
- 11 letters written from1880-1882
- 8 press clippings from the Scotsman, most dated 1873, written by John Stuart Blackie
Scope and Contents The Correspondence from Joseph Beete Jukes and family series consists of:
- 18 letters, chronologically arranged (1864-1871)
Scope and Contents The Correspondence: Albert Auguste de Lapparent to Charles Lapworth sub-series consists of:
- 36 letters, alphabetically arranged (1869-1914)
Scope and Contents Correspondence of Sir Archibald Geikie: French geologists, Barrios sub-series consists of:
- letters, particularly from Charles Barrios of the Faculty of Science, University of Lille, discussing such items as the 8th International Geological Congress in Paris, 1900, various scientific publications and French volcanoes.
Identifier: BAI 1/16
Scope and Contents appointment and other diaries; calendars
Identifier: BAI 9/1
Scope and Contents Diary covering the period 28 June 1917 - 27 April 1919, recording much of Elsa Gallant's life during this period, including meeting both John and Donald Macpherson Baillie, aspects of the war and her time in France.
Scope and Contents Photographs from Emile Cottin's assasination attempt on French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau in 1917. Images shows an injured policeman; Emile Cottin; Clemenceau's chauffeur who was injured; Cottin being led to prison; and a rear view of Clemenceau's car showing the seven bullet holes.