Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Bergson thanks Ewart for his letter and writes that he doesn't know the Abbé Breuil personally although he has written to him. Breuil has replied to say that he does not speak English but that he has illustrative slides which will help those who do not know much French.
Dates: 14 July 1914
Scope and Contents Osborn thanks Ewart for his visit to Penicuik and asks him for some glass slides and photographs. He recommends that when Ewart visits the British Museum again he studies the hoofs of Onohippidium as they resemble a zebra more than an ass or horse. He asks Ewart to procure him a hoof of an ass or Przewalski's horse if he is able.
Dates: 28 August 1904
Scope and Contents Wilson enquires if Ewart still has a paper which Wilson loaned to him, Thomas McKenny Hughes' The Evolution of British Cattle (1894), as he would like to use it for some slides he is preparing.
Dates: 03 November 1902
Scope and Contents Munro writes that the Abbé Breuil is the most brilliant of the modern French school of archaeologists and that if he were to deliver the Munro Lectures his subject ought to be the culture and civilisation of the prehistoric people of Europe. He adds that Breuil has a notable collection of slides illustrating his discoveries, which would help those listening who were not fluent in French.
Dates: 12 July 1914
Fonds — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This fonds consists of the lectures notes, photographs and slides of Rev. George Hastie, student at the University of Edinburg in the late 1960s. The lecture notes were taken by Hastie for his MA course at Edinburgh Univertsity between 1967 and 1970. The slides show photographs taken by Hastie in 1966, 1967 and 1968. Also includes a rectorial election leaflet entitled 'The Making of a Rector', printed for the Tom Hutton Campaign in 1968.1. The lecture notes include a complete set of MA...
Scope and Contents This collection of 3,465 glass positive slides were acquired from the Roslin Institute in November 2009 as part of a larger accession of material. The slides, which range in date from the 1870s to the 1930s, cover a wide range of subjects; photographs of indigenous peoples from around the world, international travel scenes, personal portraits (frequently of figures connected with the natural/veterinary/agricultural sciences), images and portraits of domestic animals (chiefly sheep, poultry,...
Scope and Contents The slide collection contains 46 slides showing the gathering of parasite samples and parasite treatment in Kenya, and 69 slides showing general views of Kenya and general aspects of the expedition.
File — Box CLX-A-1141