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Societies and Clubs

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 184 Collections and/or Records:

Malaya and Singapore: Service Arts and Technical Organization, 1945-1946

Identifier: PJM/SATO/C/5
Scope and Contents

Correspondence between Percy Johnson-Marshall and Colin Graeme Lindsay Shankland concerning the development of Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) courses in Malaya and Singapore. Includes a press clipping dated 6 December 1945 concerning the opening of the Singapore Forces' College.

Dates: 1945-1946

Mandalay and North Burma Group: Service Arts and Technical Organization, 1944-1945

Identifier: PJM/SATO/B/21
Scope and Contents

Papers relating to the Mandalay and North Burma Group of the Service Arts and Technical Organization, based at Meiktila, Shwebo and Maymyo. These includes a copy of the "505 District Orders" for 21 April 1945.

Dates: 1944-1945

Medals, 1866-1931

Identifier: Coll-14/1
Scope and Contents

The types of medals awarded range from academic prizes during Ewart's school and University days to awards for agricultural shows. There are also some medals from various bodies such as the Zoological Society and Agricultural Society.

Dates: 1866-1931

Minutes of the EGS Team Meeting, 15 Oct 1986

Identifier: GD61/1/1/3/23
Scope and Contents

Topics discussed include: a weekend training conference; a Friend conference in Manchester; training; Friends of Gay Switchboard (FROGS); Edinburgh University Gaysoc; West Lothian Young People's Advisory Service; and Switchboard receiving concerns about Scottish AIDS Monitor (SAM).

Dates: 15 Oct 1986

Minutes of the EGS Trust Management Committee Meeting, 9 Dec 1987

Identifier: GD61/1/1/4/16
Scope and Contents

Topics discussed include: Scottish AIDS Monitor (SAM) moving premises; the University of Edinburgh's Gaysoc; the Edinburgh Gay Switchboard's (EGS) youth strategy; and a party for Friends of Gay Switchboard (FROGS).

EGS training is discussed including training evenings on religion, promiscuity, bereavement, and incest. Lesbian Line training is also discussed and a list of trainees and mentors for both Lesbian Line and EGS is provided.

Dates: 9 Dec 1987

Minutes of the EGS Trust Team Meeting, 16 Dec 1987

Identifier: GD61/1/1/4/17
Scope and Contents

Topics discussed include: an AIDS update; Gaysoc youthline; late night Saturday shifts; a sexual abuse workshop; joint conferences with Glasgow Gay Switchboard; the Social Work Department grant; using the Linden Hotel conference room; smoking on duty; the Edinburgh Gay Switchboard (EGS) Youth Strategy; the finances of the Scottish Homosexual Rights Group (SHRG); and social events.

Dates: 16 Dec 1987

Minutes of the SMG Edinburgh Befriending Committee, 16 Sep 1975

Identifier: GD61/1/1/1/20
Scope and Contents

Topics discussed include: the young people's group; Gaysoc [this refers to a University's Gay Student Society]; befrienders correspondence; Sappho; and security at premises.

Please note that Sappho was a London based magazine for lesbians and bisexual women. The first issue was published in April 1972 and the last publication was in 1981.

Dates: 16 Sep 1975

Miscellaneous articles: Service Arts and Technical Organization, 1942-1945

Identifier: PJM/SATO/A/12
Scope and Contents

Articles concerning the Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO), post-war housing and a draft for a planning pamphlet.

Dates: 1942-1945

Notes for various public lectures, seminars and conferences, 1959-1991

Identifier: Coll-1255/6/9
Scope and Contents

Contains notes from various seminars, lectures and conferences, including at the Royal Society, the Civil Service College, Edinburgh, the Wellcome Trust, the 'Journal Club', the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, the 'Italian Protozoological Society' and many others. Includes some presentations on overhead projector transparency film.

Dates: 1959-1991

Notice to James Cossar Ewart to appear at the election of the Council and Officers of the Royal Society, 14 November 1932

Identifier: Coll-14/9/38/1
Scope and Contents From the Series: The last few items of correspondence in this collection, addressed to Ewart before his death on 31 December 1933, chiefly concern the research of others. No correspondence is present for 1934 and the last two items of correspondence, from 1935, are addressed to Mrs Edith F. Ewart from Francis Hugh Adam Marshall concerning Ewart's obituary for the Royal Society. The series also includes items of correspondence addressed to Mrs Edith F. Ewart following James Cossar Ewart's death on...
Dates: 14 November 1932