Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Correspondence, W. Beattie, National Library of Scotland, to James Carmichael Watson, regarding the use of a "special ray lamp which is used for the reading of palimpsests".
Dates: 22 Nov 1937
Scope and Contents Items of correspondence, concerning scholarly matters, between James Carmichael Watson and Rudolf Thurneysen and James Carmichael Watson and Thomas F. O'Rahilly. Also an invoive for Togail Bruidne Da Derga edited by Eleanor Knott (Dublin, 1936).
Scope and Contents Correspondence from Matthew Black (1908-94), biblical scholar, to James Carmichael Watson (1910-42). Black is writing from Bonn to inform Watson that he (Black) has been appointed Assistant in Semitic Languages at Manchester University.
Dates: 17 August 1937
Scope and Contents 1 item of correspondence, William Matheson (1910-1995) to James Carmichael Watson (1910-1942), discussing the traditions surrounding John MacCodrum, Iain mac Fhearchair (c.1693-1779), bard to Sir James MacDonald of Sleat (1741-1766).
Dates: 02 January 1936
Scope and Contents Correspondence, John Cameron to James Carmichael Watson, inviting attendance at a meeting with a Committee established to make an appeal for funds to establish a Chair in Celtic at Glasgow University. Letter also encloses a Memorial by Committee of the Glasgow University Ossianic Club, with reference to the establishment of a Chair of Celtic.