Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = AMS
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Contains: Animal Breeding Research Department annual reports 1926-1928 (2 reports); letter from F.A.E Crew to the University of Melbourne recommending Greenwood to the degree of DSc, including bibliography of research work (October 1930); three menus from the Cunard shipping company (January 1931); press cuttings concerning the Keith and Neil Prizes (1932); article about the Harper Adams conference (August 1933); reprint of article 'Edinburgh' by J. Russell Greig from The...
Scope and Contents Contains: bills and postcards from Alan Greenwood's trip to the USA (1946); programmes, invitations, menus and photographs from various events, including group photographs from the Chick Producers Association conference in Bournemouth (October 1950), official Ministry of Agriculture dinner, the World's Poultry Congress, Paris (August 1951), Pakistan Embassy Lunch, World's Poultry Science Association (August 1951); and various press cuttings (1959-1960).
Scope and Contents Contains: articles about the Poultry Research Centre, menu for R.G White's retirement dinner, signed by all attendees (March 1951); copy of printed interview 'Poultry Breeding: A June Broadcast' by Alan Thompson and Alan Greenwood, menus, booklets and postcards from Greenwood's visit to the USA (1953); handwritten notes on 'remarks for Royal Society Club' (c.1963); photographs of Greenwood and colleagues as well as the Poultry Research Centre and various newspaper clippings.
Scope and Contents Contains: typescript of BBC script 'Science Review: Poultry Research' (June 1954); list of guests to be invited to a Conversazione at the Poultry Research Centre; programme and menus for the 10th World's Poultry Congress, Edinburgh (August 1954); typescripts titled 'Genetics and Animal Nutrition' and 'Control of Sex' (October 1954), and correspondence, photographs and various newspaper clippings, some relating to Alan Greenwood's CBE (1955).
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of some 100 menu cards from a variety of New York City and New York State functions. Many of the cards are highly decorated. The celebratory luncheons and dinners include those of: ordinary Thanksgiving functions; The Sons of the Revolution, 1776-1883; the Annual Subscription Dinner, St. Patricks Dinner, 1900; First Annual Banquet of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, which was held at the Hotel Manhattan, 2 February 1857; 132nd Annual Banquet of the...
Fonds — Box CLX-A-1555, Folder: Coll-1786 / SC-Acc-2016-0166, n/a: data_value_missing_e82e31bd1172fb8063eb354447a411d6
Scope and Contents Assorted menus of breakfast, lunch and dinner meals served on board the S.S. Alaska from 24 June 1932 and 3 July 1932.The menus (14) offer typical American fare of the period (1932) and were illustrated with totem poles, mountainous scenes, and images of outdoor activities such as canoeing, hunting, horseback riding and panning for gold.On the reverse side of the menu cards are scenic photographs taken by Alaska-based professional photographers: Ed...
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of 5 menu cards from the Annual Dinners of the Edinburgh University Forestry Society for the years 1929-1932 - the years covering the course followed by James Robert Thom - and for 1954. The latter was 25 years after Thom's first year at University. The cards for 1929 and 1932 are heavily autographed, and the card for 1931 notes that J. R. Thom was the Chairman which meant that he was required to propose a toast to 'the guests' during the 1931 Annual...
Scope and Contents This section contains menus for ECA events and luncheons.
Scope and Contents One menu is from the Royal Society Dining Club, which dined at the Poultry Research Centre on 04 June 1951; the second menu is from the Directors' Dinner, 24 October 1951.
Identifier: LHB1 CC/24/PR2.19133
Scope and Contents Correspondence, notes, reports and autopsy report relating to male patient from Edinburgh and the Lothians aged 1 at first examination in 1958. Conditions mentioned include: bronchopneumonia; blindness; cerebral thrombophlebitis; and spastic quadriplegia. No treatment given. Patient discharged.