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Found in 105 Collections and/or Records:

Autograph letter signed from Walter de la Mare to Mr Wood, 20 September 1920

 Item — Box CLX-A-355
Identifier: Coll-1848/17-0236
Scope and Contents Autograph Letter Signed to Mr Wood, thanking him for his letter and saying he is "sorry you will be obliged to omit some of the poems you selected, but of course there's no help for it. May one of the others be substituted for Bunches of Grapes which has already been over-used? Have you written to Longman's? I'm afraid they will want a fee - but please tell them you have made arrangements with me. The poems from Peacock Pie I have Complete Control - as far as anthologies etc are concerned ......
Dates: 20 September 1920

Bangour Village Probationers' Engagement Book, 1935 - 1938

Identifier: LHB44/9a
Scope and Contents Volume of form letters signed by probationer nurses and addressed to the Medical Superintendent of the Edinburgh District Asylum, Bangour Village.
Dates: 1935 - 1938

Bound volume containing French currency, letters, and a poem

Identifier: Coll-1932
Scope and Contents Gathering of loose French currency (assignats), letters, offprints, and a manuscript poem bound in a volume. The reasons behind the gathering of these items are unclear.- Assignats are a short-lived type of French 'fiat money' used during the time of the French Revolution and the French Revolutionary Wars, which resemble bank notes. There are four assignats in this volume, each of different...
Dates: 1792-1862

Bundle of family-related correspondence, 1888-1928

Identifier: Coll-14/3/10
Scope and Contents Contains: letters to Ewart from his son G.A ('Arthur') Ewart; reports to Ewart about Arthur from Clifton College, including two school reports; one letter to Ewart from his nephew J.A Ewart' (1902); three letters from a 'J. Ewart' of Edinburgh requesting genealogical info on the Cossar Ewart name (1888-1897); press cutting from the Scotsman containing the text of the Promotor's address at the conferment of Ewart's LL.D degree by the University of Edinburgh (June 29...
Dates: 1888-1928

Chinese material, 1859

 Series — CLX-A-351: Series Coll-1835/21
Identifier: Coll-1835/21
Scope and Contents Correspondence in Chinese and in English, and coloured sketch of the Porcelain Tower in Nanking. There is little information on the origin and context of the documents. One of the letters has the following annotation: 'Letter to Rt from Dong - a chinese baptised ... from Ninqho who visited Edinburgh along with Dr McGowan in Oct Nov and Dec 1859 signed (Dong Patzai) translated by Dr McGowan'.
Dates: 1859

Collection of Disiecta Membra, c.1937

Identifier: Coll-97/CW412
Scope and Contents Series includes notes and glossary to William J. Watson's edition of selections from the Book of the Dean of Lismore (NLS 72.1.37): Scottish Verse from the Book of the Dean of Lismore (Edinburgh, 1937). Also correspondence, John Fraser (1882-1945), Professor of Celtic, Oxford, to William J. Watson concerning degree examination papers in Celtic, and unidentified folio of photostats and corresponding transcription.
Dates: c.1937

Correspondence, 1969-1985

Identifier: Coll-1577/4/2
Scope and Contents Correspondence mostly related to papers submitted to Nature for publication on the topic of R-TEM sequencing.
Dates: 1969-1985

Correspondence, 1934-1984

Identifier: Coll-1057/3/2
Scope and Contents The correspondence deals with Greenwood's experimental work, the establishing and furnishing of the Poultry Research Centre, staff and salary matters. Also present are two items of correspondence from the PRC to Greenwood's widow Josephine Greenwood (1984) concerning her late husband's biographical details.
Dates: 1934-1984

Correspondence, 1995-2006

Identifier: Coll-1320/1
Scope and Contents Contains letters sent to Ian Wilmut from members of the public and from various organisations, letters of congratulation on Wilmut receiving the OBE, and discs relating to Ian Wilmut's email account.
Dates: 1995-2006

Correspondence, 1875-1935

Identifier: Coll-14/9
Scope and Contents Contains chiefly letters addressed to Ewart, although some later items of correspondence are addressed to his wife, Edith F. Ewart. There are also some instances of letters from Ewart himself to various individuals. Some key figures who feature in the correspondence are: William Bateson, Francis Hugh Adam Marshall, Arthur Balfour, Lord Arthur Cecil as well as numerous universities, societies and organisations.

Except where noted, Ewart's own replies are not present.
Dates: 1875-1935