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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = CW,Use For = Tradesmen

Found in 543 Collections and/or Records:

28.216 Male, Married, 45-54 yrs, Dull and backward, Alcoholism, October 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/27
Scope and Contents "Useless fellow, labourer in the wool mill, simple. Not very fair in his dealings at home - spends his money on drink. Steady in work. Parents dead."
Relatives in survey: Daughter 28.212
Dates: Other: October 1946

28.219 Male, Single, 25-34 yrs, High grade mental defective, October 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/27
Scope and Contents "Said to have been in CRI. Was at a special school. "No just altogether correct mentally". Drink makes him wild. Single, unskilled worker with a haulage contractor. Mother elderly. LE: Steady work record, very shy but pleasant."
Relatives in survey: sister 28.49
Dates: Other: October 1946

28.231 Female, Single, 55-64 yrs, High grade mental defective, Schizophrenia, September 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/27
Scope and Contents "Millworker and domestic servant. Rate aided patient. Diagnosis: Dementia (morosis with conrusio.) MD and schizophrenia. Admitted to CRI 1931. Incoherent, lies in bed grimacing, says she cannot breathe. Unable to understand what is said to her. Refused food, gets out of bed at night and sits on floor calling for doctors. Noisy at nights."
Dates: Other: September 1946

31.140 Male, Single, 45-54 yrs, Psychopathic personality, Alcoholism, October 1945

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/30
Scope and Contents "This man, a drunken Irishman, single, does casual jobs, shawing neaps etc. mostly in the country. "As mad as a march hare", almost a tramp. Drinks."
Dates: Other: October 1945

Res.5.6 Married couple, c.40 yrs, corporation tenants, female interviewer, 6 November 1961

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/2/5/6
Scope and Contents Topics discussed include: Family history; housing; employment; neighbours; education of children; child discipline.Family history: Wife was brought up in the Boswalls, husband was brought up in Leith, his mother was a widow and as soon as he was old enough he left school and worked in a butcher's shop, he has lots of relatives in Leith but wife says they don't have anyhing to do with them, only immediate relatives. Married during the war and lived with the wife's mother.Housing:...
Dates: Other: 6 November 1961

Res.6.7 Female resident, age unknown, married, corporation tenant, female interviewer, 1 February 1962

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/2/6/7
Scope and Contents INTVEE says occupations in the area range from window cleaners to white collar. Her neighbours confide their problems in her, if she had any problems of an intimate nature she would consult a doctor.
Dates: Other: 1 February 1962

Res.1.16 Male resident, 67 yrs, married, corporation tenant, and his son, 20yrs, unmarried, male interviewer, 15 February 1961

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/2/1/16
Scope and Contents Accommodation: INTVEE lives with his wife and two children, 20 and 19 yrs, on the top floor of a three storey block in Granton. It is a three apartment house built in 1938. It could have more cupboard space, the heating arrangement is fine. The son sleeps in the living room. INTVER comments that the house has a more middle class appearance than other houses - a tile fireplace in the living room, decorated with contemporary paper, large carpet on the floor, large radiogramme and a television....
Dates: Other: 15 February 1961

Res.4.17 Male resident, 36 yrs, married, corporation tenant, male interviewer, 8 October 1961

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/2/4/17
Scope and Contents INTVEE grew up on a farm before moving with his family to Wardieburn at the age on nine. He left school at 14 and had various jobs in cinemas and at the North British Rubber Works. At 18 he joined the navy. He spent seven days leave in Philadelphia and remembers going round Gimball Brothers' Store which had one whole floor laid out with electric trains, twice the size of Woolworths in Princes Street. He now works at the Wireworks, he likes the job but not the people, his truck turned over...
Dates: Other: 8 October 1961

Res.5.16 Male resident, 29 yrs, married, corporation tenant, male interviewer, 27 November 1961

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/2/5/16
Scope and Contents INTVEE left school at 14 when his father was still a prisoner of war, his first job was as a can boy on a building site making cups of tea, he then went to the shipyards but his apprenticeship was interrupted by National Service. INTVEE and his wife moved to Edinburgh at the time of the rivetters strike so there wasn’t a job available. He did some engineering then eventually got a job at Henry Robbs. He was laid off last year. He was offered a job in England but was told he would have to move...
Dates: Other: 27 November 1961

Res.7.26 Note on a discussion with a resident about Granton Gasworks, 31 July 1962

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S3/4/2/7/26
Scope and Contents There is some discussion about organisational structure. There are day workers and shift workers. The shift workers are mainly those who have grown up in the gasworks. There is a formal and informal structure, at times of crises certan people come forward and they stand out and are noticed afterwards. The operations are not continuously dangerous but there are critical moments in the process and dangers to avoid e.g. they must not allow the gasholder to become empty and they must not allow the...
Dates: Other: 31 July 1962