Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of a Border Leicester gimmer [young sheep] standing in a field at an agricultural exhibition in 1922. The text beneath the image notes that the sheep won 'breed champion at the H & A S Show and was bred and owned by Messers Niven from Ayton, Fife, Scotland.
Photograph of a Border Leicester shearling ram that won first prize at the Highland and Agriculture Society Show in 1923 and which was bred and owned by Messrs Niven, Ayton, Fife, Scotland.
Series of class lectures and class notes, written by William J. Watson. Includes a series of lectures on Scottish Gaelic Literature, a verse entitled 'Praise of Mary' from the Leabhar Breac, lists of place names in Perth, Forfar, Fife, and Dumbarton, a list of Scottish Saints and 4 pages of notes on Tiraphuir, Lismore, by Alexander Carmichael.
Map of south Fife with added hand colouring denoting geological features.
The Correspondence of Sir Archibald Geikie: American geologists sub-series consists of:
- 67 letters and postcards, alphabetically arranged (1878-1907).
2 pieces of hand coloured geological map covering part of southern Fife and northern East Lothian.
Drawings and notes on the geology of parts of Scotland, particularly Fife (including Elie, Largo and Burntisland) and also of Elgin. Geological features include limestone, shale, tuff and basalt.
Drawings and notes on the geology of Ireland and Lowland Scotland, particularly Fife and the Ochills, and also of the Isle of Man. References are made to crystalline rocks at Donegal, clays at Sligo and Elie, shale at Dura Den and Blebo (both Fife) and marine terraces at Kincraig (near Elie).
Colour-coded geological map of part of south-east Fife and north East Lothian, from a survey of or prior to 1861 by Henry Hyatt Howell as part of the Geological Survey of Great Britain.
Colour-coded geological map of eastern Perthshire and part of Fife, from a survey of or prior to 1883 by James Geikie, Henry Hyatt Howell, Benjamin Neeve Peach and John Young as part of the Geological Survey of Great Britain.