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Edinburgh (Scotland)

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 830 Collections and/or Records:

City of Edinburgh Planning and Transport Study - reports, 1971

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/A/1.2
Scope and Contents 3 reports commissioned for the City of Edinburgh Planning and Transport Study by the Corporation of the City of Edinburgh. These give proposals for managing traffic in Edinburgh, including provision for cars and pedestrians. The reports were collected by Percy Johnson-Marshall as part of his work for the City of Edinburgh Working Party on Major Highway Planning.

City of Edinburgh Working Party on Major Highway Planning: minutes, reports and correspondence, 1964-1976

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/A/1.1
Scope and Contents Mixed file of papers relating to Percy Johnson-Marshall's work for the City of Edinburgh Working Party on Major Highway Planning. The papers document details of various schemes for a new road infrastructure for Edinburgh and include: feasibility reports, committee minutes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs of models, related articles and plans. Many of these papers document proposals for an inner ring motorway for Edinburgh.

Cobweb, 1870s-1930s

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Identifier: Coll-1434/2578
Scope and Contents Photograph of a cobweb located at 2 Marchall Road [Edinburgh, Scotland] taken by E.M.J. in the early 20th century.

Collected reports concerning transportation planning in Edinburgh, 1963-1983

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/A/1.3
Scope and Contents 8 reports concerning transportation and pedestrian planning issues in Edinburgh, mostly collected by Percy Johnson-Marshall as part of his work for the City of Edinburgh Working Party on Major Highway Planning.

Coloured and annotated Orographic Map of Arthur's Seat, late 19th century

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Identifier: Coll-99/11/6
Scope and Contents Orographic Map of Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh with added hand colouring and annotations denoting geological features.

Coloured and annotated plan of Edinburgh, late 19th century

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Identifier: Coll-99/11/5
Scope and Contents Edinburgh & Leith Post Office Directory plan (1879), with later hand colouring and notation denoting geological and other features.

Committee Papers, 1962-1985

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/A
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...

Commonplace book of Edith A. Vernon, 1859-1901

 Item — Box CLX-A-371
Identifier: Coll-1848/18-0114
Scope and Contents This interesting piece of Edinburgh educational history is a commonplace book composed in two periods, 1856 and from 1891-1901, from the teacher training college at Dairy House, Edinburgh and probably the Edinburgh Institution For The Education Of Young Ladies at 23, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh.1856 entries make up a leavers book with a charming large collection of signed and dated entries of verse quotations, well-wishes and original prose/verse in English, German & French from school...

Corpuscular Forces, c1780-c1803

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Identifier: Coll-204/35
Scope and Contents Volume contains manuscript notes on the notion that physical interaction between bodies is not a matter of Newtonian forces, governed by Keplerian laws, but of the cumulative effect of collisions and other interactions among particles.

Correspondence between Sir James Duff and Hector regarding Duff's editing and the publication of The Education of an Englishman, 1964-1968

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Identifier: Coll-1310/1/1/27/2
Scope and Contents The correspondence regards matters such as Thomson's interest in Greek and ancient history; the ease with which he made friends with strangers, with some anecdotes from Hector; his patriotism; his reasons for leaving the autobiography unfinished and the origination of the manuscript; and the failing health of Lady Thomson.