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Found in 514 Collections and/or Records:

Collection of letters of Thomas Chalmers, mostly to Rebecca Bell

Identifier: Coll-2083
Scope and Contents Collection of 15 signed autograph letters from Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh and Burntisland, 1832-1842. All but one are addressed to Miss Rebecca Bell of Woodhouse Lee, Canonbie, Dumfriesshire (the remaining letter to George Bell of Leith), discussing the state of the Church of Scotland during the campaign that culminated in the Disruption and the establishment of the Free Church of Scotland in 1843. He also offers spiritual advice, and discusses Miss Bell's proposed foundation of a new...
Dates: 1832-1842

Collection of letters sent by various individuals to members of the Lyell and Horner families

 Collection — Box CLX-A-1705
Identifier: Coll-1989
Scope and Contents This is a collection of 108 autograph letters sent from various scientists, politicians, economists, artists etc. to members of the Lyell and Horner families. Also includes 41 portraits (photographs, etchings, and engravings). Byrne, Fanny Horner (1789-1876), sister of Leonard Horner; Horner, Anna Susanna (1786-1862), married to Leornard Horner; Horner, Frances Joanna...
Dates: 1791-1903

Collection of typescript and manuscript letters from Ian Hamilton Finlay to Joanne Soroka discussing tapestries

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-1261
Identifier: Coll-1665
Scope and Contents The tapestries referred to were shown at exhibitions, including the ICA in London. The correspondence illustrates the creative process behind some of the very few tapestries Ian Hamilton Finlay had made. The collection is composed of:- 18 x ts letters and 9 x ms letters from Ian Hamilton Finlay to Joanne Soroka discussing tapestries commissioned from Ivory Tapestries by Finlay, and written between 20 September 1989 and 7 September 1997 (one is undated).- 26 x carbon...
Dates: 1988-1997

Copy of a letter from the 5th Earl of Bothwell to David Black, Minister at St Andrews, 1594

Identifier: De.1.12/16
Scope and Contents

This is a copy of letter from Francis Stewart, 5th Earl of Bothwell to David Black, Minister of St Andrews. In it Bothwell urges Black not to believe lies and rumours about him, and explains his innocence of intrigues with the "papist Lords".

Dates: 1594

Copy of Pollock's article as sent to the editor and as published; newscuttings of the TV programme correspondence arising from Pollock's letter, 1981

Identifier: Coll-1586/E/1/E.53
Scope and Contents

The material consists of a copy of Pollock's article as sent to the editor and as published; copies of newspaper coverage of the TV programme, 'Playing for Time'; and letters to The Guardian arising from Pollock's letter, dated 1981.

Dates: 1981

Correspondence, 1824-1827

Identifier: coll-1835/16/1
Scope and Contents This series contains the correspondence of John Urquhart with his family and some others.Correspondence with his family: Letters from John Urquhart to his father John Urquhart Snr, 1823-1826 Letters from John Urquhart to his mother Anne Urquhart nee Mill, 1822-1826 Letters from John Urquhart to his sister Anne Urquhart, 1826 Letters from John...
Dates: 1824-1827

Correspondence, 1971-2011

Identifier: Coll-1528/4
Scope and Contents

Later correspondence frequently consists of printed emails, often with Noreen's handwritten replies accompanying, which were then typed up by her secretary, Alex Fraser.

Dates: 1971-2011

Correspondence, 1847-2002

 Series — Box CLX-A-337: Series Coll-1711/1; Series Coll-1711/3; Series Coll-1711/2
Identifier: Coll-1711/1
Scope and Contents

This series comprises:

  1. The personal correspondence of Joseph Joachim from 1847 to 1909, including a group of approximately 35 letters sent to his nephew Harold Joachim.
  2. Later correspondence regarding Joseph Joachim, mostly from family and friends, from 1899 to 2002.
Dates: 1847-2002

Correspondence, ? 1597-1931

 Series — Box CLX-A-1122: Series Coll-1383/4
Identifier: Coll-1383/4
Scope and Contents

Series of letters from various correspondents, on various subjects. See individual descriptions for more details.

Dates: ? 1597-1931

Correspondence, 1908-1978

 Series — Box CLX-A-117: Series Coll-705/5
Identifier: Coll-705/5
Scope and Contents This series includes correspondence to and from Marjorie Rackstraw throughout her life: letters from Rose Sidgwick and associated documents, 1912-1920 Letters Marjorie Rackstraw wrote to family members, while in Russia, 1921-1922 Personal correspondence received by Marjorie Rackstraw, 1908-1978 Mrs. Parish - Mary Alice Archives, 1964-1966 ...
Dates: 1908-1978