Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Item — Volume MS 2925.1: Series Coll-43/3
Scope and Contents Account book containing daily income and expediture and abstracts of annual accounts. Income is largely subscriptions (giving the the members' names). Expenditure includes printing and advertising.
Item — Volume MS 2925.3: Series Coll-43/3
Scope and Contents Account book containing abstracts of annual accounts. Income is largely subscriptions (giving the the members' names). Expenditure includes printing and advertising.
Item — Volume MS 2925.2: Series Coll-43/3, Box: data_value_missing_d9c2d1dc1a323c6d329ad15aab7f259f, Box: data_value_missing_a65ef9b2efec8f6d095358345b189450
Scope and Contents Account book containing daily income and expediture and abstracts of annual accounts. Income is largely subscriptions (giving the the members' names). Expenditure includes printing.
Item — Volume MS 2926.1: Series Coll-43/3
Scope and Contents Cash book containing daily income and expediture. Income is largely subscriptions (giving the the members' names). Expenditure includes printing.
Certificate from the Royal Danish Academy of Science and Letters conferring on Charlotte Auerbach foreign membership, 5 April 1968
Item — Openshelf Coll-1266, Box: data_value_missing_3c858501eef3e8086bdc2fa3a70e162e, Box: data_value_missing_14f8fb8d489a6263e0601bce928bd7f3
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Fonds: Contains Charlotte Auerbach's PhD and DSc certificates from the University of Edinburgh, honorary degree certificates from Trinity College, Dublin and the universities of Cambridge, Leiden and Indiana and awards made to Auerbach for her contributions to science, including the Darwin Medal and the Gregor Mendel Prize.
Dates: 5 April 1968
Scope and Contents Contains certificates from Ewart's time as a medical student at the University of Edinburgh, letters of appointment to the professorships at the Universities of Aberdeen and Edinburgh and certificates of membership/fellowship to various societies, including the Royal Society.
Correspondence regarding Charlotte Auerbach's proposed membership of the Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina, October 1960 - January 1961
Scope and Contents Contains a letter from Professor Dr K. Mothes informing Auerbach that she has been elected into the Leopoldina, together with Auerbach's draft reply that she cannot accept this honour for reasons of conscience, out of respect to those who died or, like herself, fled, under the Nazi regime. Auerbach goes on to say that, having adopted Scotland as her new home country, she does not want to confuse her feelings by trying to rebuild connections with Germany. Mothes' reply is disappointed, though...
Dates: October 1960 - January 1961
Correspondence regarding the election of Charlotte Auerbach as a foreign member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, April 1968 - October 1976
Scope and Contents As well as Auerbach's letter of acceptance, there is a draft letter to the Society asking to discontinue her receipt of journals after her retirement from the University of Edinburgh Chair, and a letter to Dr H. Holter of the Carlsberg Laboratory in thanks of a gift of two books.
Dates: April 1968 - October 1976
Letter from the American Society for Cell Biology requesting Wilmut to continue his membership, 23 May 2005
Item — Box CLX-A-1490: Series Coll-1320/1; Series Coll-1320/2, Box: data_value_missing_3d072e7ed19fbfaf2384b2cb12c1058d, Box: data_value_missing_b26626a6bb5fd3790fb25041e9d7b455
Scope and Contents From the Series: 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: 23 May 2005
Scope and Contents True invites Ewart to become a member of the Graduate School of Agriculture, organised by the Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations, and asks him to deliver a course of five lectures and two seminars during the session in Iowa in July 1910.
Dates: 08 October 1909