Reports and Dissertations
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Administration files of the Service Arts and Technical Organization consists of: mixed correspondence to Percy Johnson-Marshall as General Secretary of SATO,1945 file of undeliverable letters returned to the General Secretary,1945-1947 file concerning "Reconstruction and the Services",1943-1944 correspondence with the United States Office of War...
Scope and Contents This file contains a selection of design briefs for Bristo Square commissioned by Percy Johnson-Marshall in his role as Planning Consultant to the University of Edinburgh. These include a Design brief for prospective architects, an urban design study and a full proposal by Percy Johnson-Marshall & Associates. A student group study, submitted as part of the University of Edinburgh Department of Urban Design and Regional Planning MPhil...
Scope and Contents Correspondence and papers concerning the Gauhati group of the Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO). Includes 2 different printed copies of Discussion an account of the Discussion Centre of the Gauhati (Assam) Group of the Service Architect's Organisation during 1944 ( 1944) .
Scope and Contents This file contains a set of typescript reports including: a paper entitled Service Arts and Technical Organisation (SATO) - Proposed organisation of SATO under the welfare general , GHQ(1) held in a file with the title "194 Governor's Secretariat, Bengal: Branch Proposals", a Discussion Centre 202 Group Service Arts Organisation report on "Prefabrication", a lecture on "You and Planning" given on HM Troopship...
Scope and Contents Ewart writes that he is enclosing a report on the wool from Watson, Wallace's assistant, although he has not yet heard about the Iceland wool. He would like to have the Ronaldsay sheep, and understands that they live between a wall and the sea and feed mainly on seaweed.
Dates: 20 August 1911
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from A. Keene enclosing Major Richard Woodfield Fuller's report on zebrules used in Indian mountain artillery, 24 October 1905
Scope and Contents Keene provides a summary of the reports, which conclude that the campaign in Tibet proved that the zebrules could not compete with ordinary mules. He asks if Ewart has any zebra stallions which the Indian Government could use for stud work and that he was unsuccessful in his application for Secretary of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society. There are two reports on the zebrules' performance in Tibet from Major Fuller, one dated 16 April 1904 and the other 22 January 1905, both...
Dates: 24 October 1905
Scope and Contents Barker asks Ewart to confirm what he wishes to do with the patterns that have been sent to him. He writes that he is enclosing two samples of cotton in the hope that Ewart might be able to get photomicrographs illustrating the special properties that the cottons possess. He wonders whether they should get photomicrographs for the report on Scotch wools which he wishes to see printed as soon as possible. He reports that Stordy has offered them some Merino rams bred in the Andes which he suggests...
Dates: 13 September 1921
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Alice Blanche Balfour, with enclosed letter from Lord Monk Bretton, 11 May 1903
Scope and Contents Balfour encloses a letter from Monk Bretton expressing hope that the lives of the zebras in South Africa may be spared. Balfour also thanks Ewart for sending her a copy of the Report of the Research Committee.
Dates: 11 May 1903
Scope and Contents McElfish, writing from Lochmaddy, North Uist, informs Ewart that his application has not been granted as he had previously thought; rather, his petition has been sent to Lord Lovat for his official report. He asks Ewart to try to enlist the sympathies of the Congested Districts Board.
Dates: 05 July 1906
Scope and Contents Sutherland provides some notes on the white wild rabbits of Rockbeare and asks if Ewart has been able to make use of the surviving rabbit he sent for. He hopes to shortly get a report on the two zebra hybrids in India.
Dates: 01 June 1904