The papers are arranged chronologically. Where material concerning a particular work spans two or more years the papers are placed by the earliest date.
‘Textbook of Medical Psychology’.
Manuscript notes and publication outlines, 1927, for a proposed textbook, ‘Introduction to medical psychology’, by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn. Folios 1-29.
Manuscript drafts, 1927, of Chapter 1 of Fairbairn’s proposed textbook, ‘Introduction to medical psychology’. Folios 30-47.
Typescript, 1927, of Chapter 1, pages 1-, of the ‘Introduction to Medical Psychology’ by Fairbairn. The typescript has been corrected by Fairbairn. Folios 48-65.
Carbon copy of folios 48-65 (above), with corrections by Fairbairn. The carbon copy includes the scheme of the publication. Folios 66-84.
Folios 1-2 loosely enclosed folios 23-28 and 66.
Folios 23-24 loosely enclosed folios 25-28 and 66.
Folios 44-45 loosely enclosed folios 38-43.
Circa 1927-circa 1935.
Notes, circa 1927- circa 1935, mostly in manuscript but with some in typescript, of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn concerning pioneering thinkers on the human condition. Folios 85-137.
The notes would appear to have been prepared for lectures or tutorials given by Fairbairn at the Psychology Department, University of Edinburgh.
The subjects of the tutorials are:
George Berkeley, folios 85-94;
Sir Francis Galton, folios 95-112;
Thomas Hobbes, folios 113-121; and,
William James: folios 122-137.