Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The common-place books are written in the same hand, largely, and are described as: 1 x common-place book, small 4to, with 174pp numbered, dating from 1817-1837, though a later style of handwriting on last unnumbered 4 pp feature the date 1849. Original lightly diced Russia, lacking spine. Manuscript medical receipts, prescriptions. Entries feature named Scottish doctors or Scottish periodicals. An extensive...
Scope and Contents Photograph of horticultural buildings, possibly at a university, in the early 20th century.
Scope and Contents Gordon thanks Mrs Ewart for the glass jars for preserving the peas and beans in his garden and hopes that she and Professor Ewart will visit him on Shetland again next year. He reports that he was disappointed with the prices he received for his lambs in Aberdeen.
Dates: 19 September 1913
Scope and Contents Four portrait photographs of 'notable potato raisers' at the first potato exhibition and conference of the Scottish Horticultural Association in Edinburgh in October 1912. The men in the photographs are: John Nicol, Auchterlonie; T S Chapman of Wester Hill House, Bathgate; James Kerr of Banff; and Professor J H Wilson, D.Sc. St, Andrew's University.
Scope and Contents Four portrait photographs of 'notable potato raisers' at the first potato exhibition and conference of the Scottish Horticultural Association in Edinburgh in October 1912. The men in the photographs are: John Niven, Madderty, Crieff; Archibald Findlay of Mairsland, Auchtermuchty; James Gardiner, M.P, Perth; and Donald McKelvie, Lamlash, Arran.