Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: BAI 1/17/36
Scope and Contents Correspondence relating to lecture and other invitations from various academic institutions in the United States and Canada to John Baillie, which he declined to accept.
Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-203/1 (Lyell 1)
Scope and Contents The Correspondence from Ferdinand Vandiveer Hayden sub-series consists of:
- 51 letters, chronologically arranged (1874-1884)
- presscuttings, photographs, notices and notes
Scope and Contents The Correspondence from James Dwight Dana sub-series consists of:
- 29 letters in chronological order (1873-1892)
- 2 letters (1879 and 1888)
- 1 letter from unknown individual after the death of Dana (1899)
Scope and Contents The Correspondence of Sir Archibald Geikie: American geologists sub-series consists of:
- 67 letters and postcards, alphabetically arranged (1878-1907).
Scope and Contents The Correspondence of Sir Archibald Geikie: Canadian geologists sub-series consists of:
- 50 letters, alphabetically arranged (1872-1900)
Scope and Contents The Correspondence: Sir John Stuart Keltie to Herbert Kynaston sub-series consists of:
- 24 letters, alphabetically arranged (1867-1916)
Identifier: BAI 1/17/28
Scope and Contents Correspondence and related items, including letters from his wife Florence Jewel Baillie, his brother Donald Macpherson Baillie and George Kennedy Allen Bell. Also material relating to engagements in the United States, New Zealand and Australia, YMCA and World Council of Church matters and John Baillie's honorary degree from Muhlenberg College.
Identifier: BAI 1/17/12
Scope and Contents Correspondence, press cuttings and related items, including letters from his brother Donald Macpherson Baille, Mona Anderson, David Smith Cairns, George Freeland Barbour and Alexander Martin. Many press cuttings relate to John Baillie's work around United States involvement in the Second World War.
Identifier: BAI 1/19/1
Scope and Contents Letters to John Baillie from his mother Annie Baillie and his brother Donald Macpherson Baillie, and primarily covering the period when John Baillie was based in Canada and the United States.