Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 272 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The photographs held in a decorated binder, include those of: Venus passing the sun over Iran, December 1874; the interior of the observatory at Isfahan (Ispahan); the astronomical station Baugh-i-Zerecht; bridge at Sende-Roud; a city gate; the Maidan of Isfahan; the Mosquee Royale, Tomb of Ali, and other mosques; views in Qum; and views in other Iranian cities.
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of circa 43 black and white photographs, many of them duplicated, of severed limbs and bones, the bodies in decomposition, skull and cranial features, foot casts, shoes and other personal effects. There are tracing paper sketches of skull dimensions, feet, and bone cross-sections.
Scope and Contents The collection is composed largely of black and white photographs reflecting Thomas Jaffrey McNair's study and leisure-time activities while at Edinburgh University. There are photographs of: group photo Union women's dinner 1949 group photo Union men's dinner 1949 group photo Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Mr Walter Mercer's Clinique, Winter 1947 group photo...
Scope and Contents Comprehensive development areas: Bunhill Fields consists of:
- papers and photographs, ( 1950s )
- plans, ( 1950s )
Scope and Contents Comprehensive development areas: Elephant and Castle consists of:
- assorted photographs and reports, (1955-1956)
- plans, (1951-c1955)
Scope and Contents Correspondence concerns Beale's joint publications with Jurand and others relating to Paramecium, as well as Jurand's later work in the United States. Also contains some photographic plates of illustrative prints.
Scope and Contents "Coventry of Tomorrow" series consists of:
- flyers, programmes, black and white photographic prints (some mounted), press clippings and administrative details, 1940
- visitor's book for the exhibition, 1940
- administrative correspondence concerning the organisation of the exhibition, 1940
Scope and Contents Administrative papers and correspondence concerning the Darjeeling Group of Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO). Includes 5 black and white photographic prints (8.5cm x 11cm) of Percy Johnson-Marshall visiting an art class.
Scope and Contents Development of Bristo Square consists of:
- general administration files, (1976-1980)
- discussion notes, (1978)
- design briefs, (c1977-1979)
- photographs, (c1979)
- plans, (1978-1979)
Scope and Contents 16 black and white photographic prints (26cm x 40cm). Some show buildings and details of buildings in London. The remainder show details of street furniture in the area which was redeveloped to make way for Bristo Square, Edinburgh. There is also a photo mosaic (11cm x 23cm) showing an oblique aerial view of the area prior to redevelopment. These photos were collected to inform the design of street furniture for the newly created Bristo Square.