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Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)

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

Found in 131 Collections and/or Records:

Page mounted with newspaper clipping and photograph, Undated, c.1954

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1057/6/2/69
Scope and Contents Recto: article with the headline 'At Home with the Ching-Fong-Puns' about Ching Fon Pun, employed in the Poultry Research Centre, and his family (Edinburgh Evening News).

Verso: photograph of Alan Greenwood in the snow in a top hat with two unidentified females, possibly Vera Greenwood and Josephine Peace, near the gates of Holyrood Palace.

Both items are undated.
Dates: Undated, c.1954

Page mounted with newspaper clipping titled 'Edinburgh University Laboratory Extensions', 1949

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1057/6/2/15
Scope and Contents The clipping includes a photograph of the extension to the Chemistry Department and a photograph showing the new Poultry Research Centre in the course of being built.
Dates: 1949

Page mounted with newspaper cutting and photograph, 1954-1956

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1057/6/2/77
Scope and Contents The newspaper cutting is under the headline 'He Wins Neill Prize' about Robert Osborne of the Poultry Research Centre being awarded the Neill Prize by James Ritchie for his contributions to the knowledge of the domestic fowl (Edinburgh Evening News, December 1956). The photograph shows Miss Peace, Dr Blyth, Alan Totty and Miss Wilson sitting on a bench between two plants (picture signed 'M.L 1954').
Dates: 1954-1956

Page mounted with newspaper cutting and two photographs, 1956-1957

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1057/6/2/74
Scope and Contents Recto: cutting of an article with the headline 'How These Old Hens Lay!' (Farming News and N.B.A, 09 February 1957).

Verso: Alan Greenwood with Dr L. Kaufman and Dr Grjewski from Poland; photograph of Kaufman and Grjewski in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh (both 1956). Pictures signed on the back 'M.L.'
Dates: 1956-1957

Page mounted with two press cuttings, March-April 1954

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1057/6/2/53
Scope and Contents The first press cutting concerns the tenth World's Poultry Congress, under the headline 'Edinburgh Congress Will Put Scotland 'On Poultry Map' (Edinburgh Evening News, 15 March 1954); the second cutting concerns the logo of the Congress, which depicted a brown Leghorn cockerel inside a thistle (Scottish Daily Mail, 27 April 1954).
Dates: March-April 1954

Page mounted with two press cuttings, March 1954

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1057/6/2/54
Scope and Contents Both cuttings concern the awarding of a Distinguished Service Awards medal to Alan Greenwood among others from the Poultry Association of Great Britain (The Scotsman, 15 March 1954 and Modern Poultry Keeping 17 March 1954).
Dates: March 1954

Pamphlet entitled The Scotch Peerage endangered in its Rights and Integrity Through the Attack upon the Old Earldom of Mar by Alexander Sinclair, and newspaper cuttings, 1877

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1973/5
Scope and Contents Pamphlet entitled The Scotch Peerage endangered in its Rights and Integrity Through the Attack upon the Old Earldom of Mar, on the dispute between the Earl of Kellie and John Francis Goodeve-Erskine in 1875. The article is signed by Alex. Sinclair. Also includes three newspaper clippings on the death of Alexander Sinclair from the Times, dating from 10 and 15 August 1877.The pamphlet bears a manuscript note: 'sent me [sic]...
Dates: 1877

Pamphlets etc Relating to Tuberculosis, 1906 - 1982

 Series
Identifier: LHB10/7
Scope and Contents Pamplets and articles relating to tuberculosis. Includes reprints and two folders of press cuttings.
Dates: 1906 - 1982

Papers of, and relating to William Graham (1855-1922), 1907-1960

 Sub-Fonds — CLX-A-348
Identifier: Coll-1835/3
Scope and Contents The folder contains one letter to William Graham announcing his appointment as Manager of the Union Bank in Edinburgh (1907), a letter from William to his son George Urquhart Graham and his new wife (August 1922), and newspaper clippings about the history of Scots Banking and about William Graham as the Secretary of the Union Bank.
Dates: 1907-1960