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Scope Note: Created For = Baillie

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Broadcasting and the Churches, 1949

Identifier: BAI 1/6/1
Scope and Contents

Broadcast celebrating the silver jubilee of broadcasting in Edinburgh and examining how broadcasting is used to churches, comparing it with other means of communication.

Dates: 1949

Communications, 1999-2004

 Sub-Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-1049/5
Scope and Contents These papers represent the Communications work carried out by Neil MacCormick during his time as MEP. Parliament has it' own communications systems and press services as do each of the political groups but MEPs additionally carry out much of their own publicity. Neil MacCormick did so via direct publicity and through his party offices using press releases, electronic media, television and radio. He also delivered seminars and lectures on relevant topics.The following series are...
Dates: 1999-2004

'Electrical Communication and its Indebtedness to Physics', no date

Identifier: Coll-37/D.13
Scope and Contents

'Electrical Communication and its Indebtedness to Physics'. The material consists of 2 separate versions of a lecture by Edward Appleton with this title, no date, 31 pages, and unpaginated manuscript draft.

Dates: no date

Map of British South Africa, 1870s-1930s

Identifier: Coll-1434/1040
Scope and Contents

Illustration of a map of British South Africa in the early 20th century showing railway lines that were open, main and proposed and telegraph lines.

Dates: 1870s-1930s

Papers of Tom Burns

Identifier: Coll-1007
Content Description Papers of Tom Burns, Professor of Sociology at Edinburgh University 1965-1981. Prior to this appointment he held the post of Research Lecturer in the university's Department of Social Study, working with Erving Goffman.His papers are arranged into the following series:Research: Tom Burns undertook several large scale research studies during his time at Edinburgh. This series includes papers relating to his research into the management of industrial and manufacturing...
Dates: 1945-1994

Proverb which reads 'Tha uair aig an achmasan is am aig a cheilidh', 1884

Identifier: Coll-97/CW120/226
Scope and Contents

Proverb which reads 'Tha uair aig an achmasan is am aig a cheilidh' [There is a time for rebuke and a time for gossiping or To everything there is a season]. Text scored through as if transcribed elsewhere.

Dates: 1884