Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = PJM
Found in 146 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Contains tributes to Keith Campbell by Ian Wilmut and William Ritchie, publicity surrounding the shearing of Dolly the sheep in May 1997, and photographs of Dolly the sheep, Megan and Morag, Cecil, Cedric, Cyril and Tuppence.
Dates: 1996 - 2013
Scope and Contents File containing an article by Percy Johnson-Marshall entitled "Reconstruction and the Services" submitted to the editor of the United Services Institute Journal 22 November 1943, a copy of Association for Planning and Regional Reconstruction Progress Sheet no 145, drawing of a spider and press clippings relating to reconstruction.
Scope and Contents Redevelopment of Coventry - general material consists of:
- general papers, c1945
- general photographs, 1939
- press clippings and articles, 1940-1944
Scope and Contents Redevelopment of Coventry - housing subseries consists of:
- material relating to the opening of the Canley Estate houses, 18 December 1941
- photographs of the Canley Estate,c1941
- press clippings and journal articles concerning Coventry's housing developments, 1940-1944
- plans for housing, a nursery and a panoramic view, c1940
Scope and Contents Collection of press clippings and articles concerning the redevelopment of Coventry. These appeared in a number of newspapers and journals including the Indian Forces newspaper "Contact", the "Coventry Herald" and "Illustrated". Authors include Sir Donald Evelyn Edward Gibson and Frank Tilsley
Scope and Contents File of papers and press clippings relating to the Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London, 1957-1960. This was Percy Johnson-Marshall's own file and contains information directly relating to the Commission, as well as information relating to the governance of London generally. The file contains: evidence submitted to the Commission from a number of bodies including: the British Group of the...
Item — Box CLX-A-354
Scope and Contents Scrapbook album compiled by Violet de la Mare, sister-in-law of poet Walter de la Mare. It contains numerous newspaper clippings, some relating to de la Mare's fiction and articles by him; and two unpublished poems by Walter to his nephew James Roy Delamare.
Item — Box CLX-A-345
Scope and Contents Scrapbook/diary of Ella MacGregor, an Edinburgh University student in the 1920s. It contains handwritten autobiographical accounts and thoughts, cuttings of poems and songs, copies of photographs of people involved in the University's student life (for example, V. K. Mowat, joint editor of the Student 1923-24; John B. Colquhoun, President of the Union; Lilian M. Roger, President of Edinburgh University Unionist Association), of famous people who visited the University (G. K. Chesterton; Sybil...
Scope and Contents Scrapbook containing Donaldson's collection of cuttings (including one from The Scotsman 24 April 1858 re his purchases of many items for the Reid library from Siegfried Wilhelm Dehn in Berlin), pamphlets (including several collected at the Great Exhibition of 1851), handbills and advertisements describing and advertising various types of musical instrument.Donaldson made considerable acquisitions of both musical instruments and scores for the Reid and was the driving force behind the...
Content Description These two scrapboosk were compiled by Margaret Jane Campbell Hunter (a.k.a. Mrs Burnley-Campbell of Ormidale (1857-1938)) and her daughter Daisy Helen Burnley-Campbell (later Warrand (1891-1973)). Dealing with both public and private life, they contain a substantial quantity of material relating to Margaret’s participation in the Gaelic movement, including events devoted to Gaelic language, Highland culture, games and music. They also record her involvement in the suffragette movement,...