World War, 1914-1918
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: BAI 1/13/10
Scope and Contents Typescript of The Growth of Christian Architecture as Exemplified by some French Cathedrals, the text of a lecture John Baillie gave while in France during the First World War.
Typescript entitled 'On Land, Sea, and Ice. An Autobiography' by J. Burn Wood, including correspondence with Alexander F. Giles, 1947
Item — Box CLX-A-367: Series Coll-1828/3
Scope and Contents This typescript was donated with the papers of Alexander F. Giles but does not seem to be related to the rest of the documents. It came into Giles's possession when the author, who studied at the Univeristy of Edinburgh in the 1890s, sent it to him after 'the receipt of a circular sent out in support of the University of Edinburgh Graduates Association', in 1947. Giles was then the editor of the University of Edinburgh Journal. It does not appear that the typescript was published.The...
Scope and Contents Photograph from a newspaper during World War I entitled, 'A Well-Earned Meal' showing a small group of 'Belgian soldiers feeding their dogs by the roadside. These animals are very strong and can draw quite heavy carts without any difficulty.'
Collection — Box CLX-D-72: Series Coll-1828/6
Scope and Contents Two 'game books' which belonged to Major William Burton-Stewart, containing score tables recording his session of game birds shooting and black-and-white photographs of social events, hunting, and people. It also includes sketches and handwritten biographical and travelling accounts by Burton-Stewart himself. Places mentioned in the game books include Ratho Park, Conaglen, Stroud, Darleith, Lothians and the Borders, Venice, India, Ontario (Canada), etc.Highlights in the first album...
Identifier: BAI 1/21
Scope and Contents YMCA consists of:
- circulars, pamphlets and reports