Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = TD
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Sub-Series — Box CLX-A-1627: Series Coll-1972/2
Scope and Contents This section contains the following textbooks: A Second Book of Poetry (English and Scottish) (Glasgow: Robert Gibson & Sons, 1932). Stamp: Grangemouth High School. Reading and Thinking. Book I, ed. by Richard Wilson (London and Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson and Sons), undated. L. Janton, ...
Scope and Contents Bergson thanks Ewart for his letter and writes that he doesn't know the Abbé Breuil personally although he has written to him. Breuil has replied to say that he does not speak English but that he has illustrative slides which will help those who do not know much French.
Dates: 14 July 1914
Scope and Contents Munro writes that the Abbé Breuil is the most brilliant of the modern French school of archaeologists and that if he were to deliver the Munro Lectures his subject ought to be the culture and civilisation of the prehistoric people of Europe. He adds that Breuil has a notable collection of slides illustrating his discoveries, which would help those listening who were not fluent in French.
Dates: 12 July 1914
Collection — Box CLX-A-354
Content Description This outlandish and colourful manuscript volume is an exceptional resource to understand and study French popular culture in the late 18th-early 19th centuries. Its contents are extremely varied, and include poems, oracles, lyrics of popular songs, proverbs and maxims, recipes, legal document templates, a formulary of letters, calendars, little stories and anecdotes, an account of Napoleon's return to France after his exile on Elba, and a dictionary for the interpretation of dreams. It refers...
Dates: c 1820-1830
Fonds — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Covering six centuries (15th-20th), the material donated by Andrew Malkiewicz is composed of the following set of (largely French language) manuscript letters, missives, declarations, proclamations and engravings, including those relating to: King Philip II of Spain; Charles IX of France; the business of Alessandro Farnese (1520-1589), Cardinal and diplomat; the d'Este family of Italy; Napoleon Bonaparte; Louis Bonaparte; Karl Johan Bernadotte; the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic period...
Item — Box CLX-A-479
Scope and Contents These are two well-presented French exercise books created by a twelve-year-old girl named Jane Hay Goodlet, who was under the guidance of Edinburgh's leading French teacher, Gabriel Jacques Surenne. The first exercise book contains twelve single-page essays on various subjects, including French historians, poets, geography, eloquence, and "Les beaux-arts", followed by similar essays in French on British historians, poets, authors, and the sciences. The second exercise book, dated 1843, is more...
Dates: 1841; 1843
Scope and Contents The Sarolea collection has been preserved in 234 numbered files in 81 boxes. The collection covers the years 1897-1952 and relate to all of the Professor's various activities and interests. For convenience, it can be divided into four main divisions.Firstly, there are the Everyman papers relating to the weekly literary journal Everyman, his life, work and books with which Sarolea had an interest from 1914. Within the ...
Scope and Contents This fonds consists of the papers, lectures and correspondence of Professor John Orr, mainly relating to Romance linguistics. The correspondence includes 20 letters from the poet Jules Supervielle, dating from 1947-1955. The collection also includes 7 diplomas: Hon. Doct. University of Caen (1945); Officier de la Legion d'Honneur (1946); Encomienda de Alfonso x el Sabio (1953); Commandeur de la Legion d'Honneur (1955); LL.D, St Andrews University (1955); Hon. Doct. Paris University (1956);...
Scope and Contents The papers of Professor Ritchie consist mainly of material relating to a projected work on the French element in Scots. The collection is composed of general and introductory material, notes on purely Scots words, material on phonology, a glossary, a bibliography, and unworked notes on French loanwords and personal names. There is also material on Arthurian studies.
Dates: circa 1916