Universities and Colleges
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = PJM
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This consists of incomplete sets of papers for a variety of Committees, relevant to the development of the University of Edinburgh, in which Percy Johnson-Marshall participated: papers of the City of Edinburgh Working Party on Major Highway Planning, (1963-1983) papers of the University of Edinburgh Works and Buildings Committee, (1973-1985) papers of the University of...
Scope and Contents Letter, 1 May 1937, Hans Peter Busch to Donald Tovey. Discussing plans to study at the University of Edinburgh. Holograph signed.
Dates: 01 May 1937
Scope and Contents Photograph of the main building of Missouri State University, probably the [University of Missouri, Columbia, USA] between 1843-1887.
Scope and Contents Photographs of three buildings: 1. One of the buildings of the Ontario Agricultural College Dairy School, Guelph, Ontario; 2.The Provincial Dairy School in Sussex, New Brunswick; and 3. The Kingston, Ontario, Dairy School in the early 20th century.
Scope and Contents A selection of 7 published maps of the University of Edinburgh campus. There are 4 slightly different copies of a folding map published by Bartholomew Ltd and designed by Alexander Duncan Bell and John M MacGregor which shows the university buildings, important public buildings and the location of departments. 1 map forms part of a feature on the university's development plans, probably from a student newspaper, and shows university owned sites and buildings at George Square, New College, Old...
Scope and Contents Papers relating to Percy Johnson-Marshall's teaching duties at the University of Edinburgh consists of: Chair of Urban Design and Regional Planning - personal letters of congratulation on Percy Johnson-Marshall's appointment, 1964 applications for the Robert Adam Chair of Architecture, 1968 Faculty of Social Science - reports and minutes, and papers relating to a "Seminar on...