Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/14
Scope and Contents "This woman sounds peculiar. She is a Jehovah's witness, sheltered escaped prisoners during the war. Nurse confirms that this woman was very religious, converted her husband. Otherwise normal. Would not do any form of war work. House clean and tidy. There is supposed to be a "streak of insanity" in the family."
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/15
Scope and Contents "Just peculiar, defeicient." Has private means but is very parsimonious - will sit without a fire to save money. Dresses in an old-fashioned way. Lives alone, has been queer a long time. Fractured the neck of her femur recently but got over it. No relations in [area]. From Nurse. No Public Assistance. [Male informant] thinks there is not much wrong with her - she is Episcopalian. Dr: a bit eccentric and solitary."
Scope and Contents Notes and text for five lectures on geology. Sir Archibald Geikie placed civilisation, religion and mythology in the context of geological development, looking at geolgical formations and the processes and materials involved in their creation.
Identifier: Coll-43 ::: MS 2935.5
Scope and Contents Annual Address by Thomas Sturrock, vice president of the Edinburgh Geological Society, looking at the development of geology and mineralogy, wider scientific developments and their relationship to religion, war and other issues.
Identifier: BAI 1/6
Scope and Contents hand and typewritten texts of broadcasts
Scope and Contents The Correspondence: Albert Auguste de Lapparent to Charles Lapworth sub-series consists of:
- 36 letters, alphabetically arranged (1869-1914)
Dastur Jamaspagi Minocheherji Jamaspa Asa, M.A., Ph.D, D.C.L. Parsee High Priest, Bombay, 1870s-1930s
Identifier: MS 84/ff. 1r-166r
Contents This part of the manuscript contains the text De Perseverantia Religionis by Maffeo Vegio (1407-1458), an Italian poet. This is one of his works in prose. This version of the text has seven books, while the printed versions only have six.A title on f. 1r reads: Maphei Vegii de perseverantia liber incipit. Et primo de tranquillo statu religionis. The text starts on f. 1r with the following words: Cum...
Identifier: BAI 1/1/9
Scope and Contents A notebook with incomplete writing on dogmatics, explaining the concept, looking at different religions, apologetics within Christianity and the relationship between dogmatics and piety.