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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:

Befriending Log Books, 10 Apr 1985 - 1 Mar 2006

Identifier: GD61/8/3
Scope and Contents

These log books provide details of in-person meetings between Befrienders and Befriendees.

Dates: 10 Apr 1985 - 1 Mar 2006

Billets of meetings, 1865-1990

 Series — Box MS 2930-MS 2931: Series Coll-43/6
Identifier: Coll-43/6
Scope and Contents

Billets of meetings consist of:

  1. billets of meetings
  2. programmes of excursions
Dates: 1865-1990

Edinburgh Gay Switchboard Log-Book of All Meetings with Befriendees, 10 Apr 1985 - 8 Feb 1996

Identifier: GD61/8/3/1
Scope and Contents

Logbook providing details of meetings between Befrienders and Befriendees. Instructions on the inner page read: "Please record number of befriendee's card; date, time and location of meeting; who is meeting befriendee; who else is informed; and outcome of meeting".

Dates: 10 Apr 1985 - 8 Feb 1996

General Assembly, 1942-1947

Identifier: BAI 2/3
Scope and Contents

General Assembly consists of:

  1. correspondence and notes
  2. diary
  3. General Assembly papers, flyers and tickets
  4. newspapers and cuttings
Dates: 1942-1947

Lesbian Line Befriending Book, 7 Jun 1991 - 23 Mar 1999

Identifier: GD61/8/3/3
Scope and Contents

Logbook providing details of meetings between Befrienders and Befriendees. Recorded within the logbook is the location, time and date of the meeting, the names of who is meeting the Befriendee, and the outcome of the meeting.

Dates: 7 Jun 1991 - 23 Mar 1999

Letter to Edith F. Ewart from Peter Henry Buck, 23 December 1924

Identifier: Coll-14/9/30/14
Scope and Contents

Buck sends Christmas greetings to the Ewarts and reminisces about their meeting at the Pan-Pacific Science Congress in Australia. He writes that the Board of Maori Ethnological Research has been busy and that they have established a Maori Improvement Fund to promote practical and higher education among the Maori people. He also reports that the Government has granted him leave to accompany an American scientific expedition into Polynesia.

Dates: 23 December 1924

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Albert Sherbourne Le Souef, 08 May 1930

Identifier: Coll-14/9/36/6
Scope and Contents Le Souef wonders if Ewart has published anything concerning the small South American dogs that he considered as progenitors to the terriers. He has been trying to get the small racoon-like dog from Japan but they are very scarce, and he hopes someone can prove that they are the ancestors of the Pekinese type before they become extinct. He asks whether there was ever a Professor Ridgeway at the University of Edinburgh. He writes that the new large aquarium in Taronga Park is proving...
Dates: 08 May 1930

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from A.W Russell, 27 May 1901

Identifier: Coll-14/9/7/15
Scope and Contents

Russell invites Ewart to stay with him and his wife during the coming meetings of the British Association in Glasgow in September.

Dates: 27 May 1901

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Henry John Elwes, 06 September [1911]

Identifier: Coll-14/9/17/53
Scope and Contents Elwes reports that Bateson did not have any particular ideas about the Iceland wool, but that he invited Elwes to read a short paper on the subject at the meeting of the British Association at Portsmouth, which prompted a discussion. He has heard that the Development Commissioners are prepared to establish breeding and experimental stations, and thinks Ewart may do valuable work. He remarks that Colonel Malcolm of Poltalloch has offered him an island which he is going to visit the following...
Dates: 06 September [1911]

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Henry John Elwes, 13 August 1920

Identifier: Coll-14/9/26/2
Scope and Contents Elwes writes that he has been invited to the Blackface Sheep Breeders' Association meeting in Perth. He does not think wild sheep could be used in the improvement of British wool. He is also doubtful whether a cross between a Blackface and Soay sheep would be able to withstand the climate of the West Highlands, or whether the lower quality of their meat and wool would render the experiment worthwhile. He believes the Blackface-Cheviot or Blackface-Shetland cross would be preferable and would...
Dates: 13 August 1920