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Found in 595 Collections and/or Records:

Papers of the Rev. Will Freshwater and A. (Nancy) Freshwater

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-1059
Scope and Contents The collection - E2005.13 - is composed of typescript and manuscript material in the form of off-prints, articles, reports, notebooks, letters, postcards, and diary. There are also photographs.Within the typescript material and collection of letters, there is: correspondence with users of the collection covering period 1980-1985; a copy of Manners and customs of the Ba-Bemba, collected by W. Freshwater, Mbereshi, 1906; manuscript postcard notes,...
Dates: 1901-1985

Papers of the Scott family

Identifier: Coll-2076
Scope and Contents This fonds consists of the family papers of the Scott Family, whose lineage can be traced back to Walter Scott, who served as a Burgess of Edinburgh around 1521. The material comprises genealogical research notes, correspondence, historical charters (including one dated 1663, with a wax seal), official records (both originals and copies), photographs (including what appears to be daguerreotypes or ambrotypes), as well as a badge and a medal from the Argyll and Sutherland...
Dates: 1663-1993

Papers of William V. Stevens relating to a possible Oppenheim Bequest, Edinburgh University

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-1564, Folder: Coll-1806 / SC-Acc-2017-0038
Identifier: Coll-1806
Content Description Papers - correspondence and copies of circulars - relating to a possible Oppenheim Bequest, Edinburgh University, covering the period from March 1984 to December 1986.The initial correspondence talks of the creation of 'a Memorial' to the 'close connection' of Oppenheim 'with the University and the City of Edinburgh', and how best this might be achieved. His widow - Mrs. Enid Oppenheim - 'had expressed a wish' that the Memorial could be identified with 'the training of business...
Dates: 1984-1986

Papers regarding the proposed working party, May 1970

Identifier: Coll-1586/J/1/J.5
Scope and Content

Papers regarding the proposed working party. The material consists of a circular letter from Pollock seeking support for the idea; a manuscript list of those to whom the letter (and the follow-up letter, see Coll-1586/J/1/J.7) was sent, with annotations indicating supporters, May 1970.

Dates: May 1970

Papers related to Margery Fry, 1910-1980

 Sub-Fonds — Box CLX-A-116
Identifier: Coll-705/3
Scope and Contents

This box contains all of the collected materials about Margery Fry by Marjorie Rackstraw. It includes correspondence from both women, publications by Margery Fry, and Annual Reports from the Margery Fry Memorial Fund.

Dates: 1910-1980

Patients’ Funds and Expenses, 1912 - 1971

Identifier: LHB7/25
Scope and Contents

Bound volumes and correspondence dealing with the personal finances of individual patients, and with expenses incurred by them.

Dates: 1912 - 1971

Peel, Arthur Wellesley, 1st Viscount Peel, 26 July 1903

Identifier: Coll-1989/51
Scope and Contents Autograph letter signed from Arthur Wellesley Peel, 1st Viscount Peel, to Mary Lyell, Dover, 26 July 1903: “Your kind letter from Rheinis has reached me and I am glad to tell you that ‘Davie’ is delightful – full of health and spirits and of strong individual character. Beyond a temporary ailment attributed to a sunstroke – he makes speak progress and begins to show attachments. I hope you are better and able to prolong your stay abroad without fear of an impending general election. Next...
Dates: 26 July 1903

Per 4 - Correspondence on Incentive Bonus Scheme, 11 Feb 1976 - 22 Mar 1983

Identifier: LHB7/8/80
Scope and Contents

Correspondence relating to the Incentive Bonus Scheme for hospital employees.

Dates: 11 Feb 1976 - 22 Mar 1983

Personal correspondence, 1976-1982

Identifier: Coll-1586/A/A.8
Scope and Contents

The material consists of personal correspondence of Martin Rivers Pollock, dated 1976-1982.

Dates: 1976-1982

Phillips, Thomas, 13 March 1824

Identifier: Coll-1989/52
Scope and Contents Autograph letter signed from Thomas Phillips, sent from [London] on 13 March 1824 to Charles Lyell, concerning a portrait of his fellow botanist William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865): “I have omitted to answer your kind letter in which you mentioned your desire to have Dr Hooker’s cast off picture. It is yours! And as you desire it in order to manifest your respect for him so let me indulge a feeling of the like nature toward one from whom I have received so much politeness and many favours and...
Dates: 13 March 1824