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Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Collection of Victorian printed ephemera

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-1592
Identifier: Coll-1982
Content Description Collection of 32 Victorian printed ephemera, in colour: greeting cards, birthday cards, New Year and Christmas cards, religious cards with short prayers, a Valentine card, and two advertisements for Heinz and Ivelcon. Some cards are annotated in the back by the people who sent or received them.
Dates: 19th - early 20th century

Gay Scotland, Issue 10, Sep 1983 - Oct 1983

Identifier: GD61/10/2/11
Scope and Contents Front cover reads "Bumper Issue", and shows a birthday cake with one candle reading: "G.S. after 10 issues". Issue also includes coverage of: Lesbian and Gay Pride 1993; the age of consent campaign; agent provocateurs; anti-gay oppression in Argentina; Gay Association of South Africa's application rejected by the International Gay Association; the establishment of Scottish AIDS Monitor; Edinburgh festival reviews; updates on lesbian issues and groups, including Gemma; and book reviews.
Dates: Sep 1983 - Oct 1983

Gay Scotland, Issue 13, Mar 1984 - Apr 1984

Identifier: GD61/10/2/14
Scope and Contents Front cover shows two people on telephones and the headlines read: "Switchboards 10 years after"; "Divine Gay Elder!"; and "Indianerkommune". This issue includes: an editorial report on the Northern Ireland Gay Rights Association; financial problems at the Scottish Homosexual Rights Group (SHRG); a Scottish AIDS Monitor update; the gay movement in Communist countries; South Africa and the International Gay Association (IGA); a report on a visit to the Indianerkommune in Nuremberg; an article on...
Dates: Mar 1984 - Apr 1984

Gay Scotland, Issue 54, 1990

Identifier: GD61/10/2/56
Scope and Contents The front cover reads: “It’s Panto Time Again!”, “Tales for the Fireside”, and “Centre Appeal – Latest News”.This issue includes: the assault of a Scottish Homosexual Rights Group’s (SHRG) representative at the annual remembrance parade in Edinburgh; the 21st birthday party for SHRG; an article on the Gay Men’s Rural Project; short stories; an article titled: Hepatitis B – the forgotten virus; funding for the Edinburgh Lesbian and Gay Centre; a youth section; reviews and articles on...
Dates: 1990

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Alan Greenwood, 25 November 1931

Identifier: Coll-14/9/37/7
Scope and Contents Greenwood sends his best wishes for Ewart's birthday,
Dates: 25 November 1931

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Francis Albert Eley Crew, 25 November 1931

Identifier: Coll-14/9/37/5
Scope and Contents Crew congratulates Ewart on his 80th birthday and writes that 'so long as biology exists,so long will your name be quoted.'
Dates: 25 November 1931

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from James Ashworth, 25 November 1931

Identifier: Coll-14/9/37/11
Scope and Contents Ashworth congratulates Ewart on his 80th birthday on behalf of the staff of the Zoology Department at the University of Edinburgh, and hopes that Ewart's investigations on the structure and evolution of the feathers are progressing well.
Dates: 25 November 1931

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from James Young Simpson, 25 November 1931

Identifier: Coll-14/9/37/9
Scope and Contents Simpson congratulates Ewart on his 80th birthday and reminsces about visiting Ewart as a child, where he was encouraged to take up the study of Natural History.
Dates: 25 November 1931

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Jean Wauchope, 25 November [1931]

Identifier: Coll-14/9/37/6
Scope and Contents Wauchope sends her best wishes for Ewart's birthday.

The year is not written on the letter.
Dates: 25 November [1931]

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from John Alexander Fraser Roberts, 25 November 1931

Identifier: Coll-14/9/37/10
Scope and Contents Roberts sends Ewart his birthday wishes and tells him that 'we at the Institute of Animal Genetics always remember that it is owing to you that our department was created' and that 'it will never be forgotten that you were an experimentalist on Natural History during a time when experiment had almost ceased.'
Dates: 25 November 1931