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War Memorials

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

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Alan Wilson Memorial, 1870s-1930s

Identifier: Coll-1434/3240
Scope and Contents

Photograph of the Alan Wilson Memorial, also known as the Shanghai Memorial, commemorating Alan Wilson and the men of the Shanghai Patrol which fell to the Matabele warriors during the First Matabele War, at World's View in the Matopo Hills in the early 20th century.

Dates: 1870s-1930s

Gay Scotland, Issue 21, Jul 1985

Identifier: GD61/10/2/23
Scope and Contents Front cover shows Peter Tatchell and Sharley McLean campaigning to lay wreaths in memory of LGBT victims of Nazi facism. This issues covers: an announcement of a general forum arranged to discuss the proposal of a new management committee for the Gay Centre at Broughton Street; the funding for the London Lesbian and Gay Centre being withheld by the Government as they believed the users of the Centre were not from an economically deprived group; support for lowering the age of consent from...
Dates: Jul 1985

General: 1953-1954, 1953-1954

Identifier: BAI 1/17/35
Scope and Contents

Correspondence and related items, including letters from Mona Anderson, Reinhold Niebuhr, Hachiro Yuasa and Lazlo Pap. Includes material relating to the Donald Macpherson Baillie's estate, the unveiling of war memorial panels and installation of the Duke of Edinburgh as Chancellor at the University of Edinburgh, the coronation of Elizabeth II and preparations for the World Council of Churches conference.

Dates: 1953-1954

Letter of Sir James Matthew Barrie to Sir Edwin Lutyens, 6 August 1919, 10 March 1970

Identifier: Coll-1848/23-0028
Scope and Contents

Signed autograph letter from Sir James Matthew Barrie to his friend and creative collaborator the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, praising Lutyens' design for the Cenotaph, London.

There is an accompanying letter from Nicholas Taylor of the Lutyens Trust, dated 10 March 1970, thanking the then owner Ben Sonnenberg Jr for letting him see a copy of the letter.

Dates: 6 August 1919; 10 March 1970