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Dundee. Europe - United Kingdom - Scotland - Dundee. Inhabited place. Longitude: -3.0000. Latitude: 56.4667.

Subject Source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names

Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:

Agreement, 1788, between James Gregory and Charles Elliot.

Identifier: Acc.7810
Scope and Contents

With other papers concerning Dirleton, Kinneil, Port Glasgow and Dundee.

Dates: 17th century to 19th century.

Album of topographical views and figure studies of a tour in Scotland and England, of Revd. George Ernest Howman. Places visited in Scotland include Bridge of Fyers, Blair Atholl, Killicrankie, Dunkeld, Killin, Callendar, the Trossachs, Stirling, Dunblane, Scone Palace, Perth, Castle Huntly, Dundee, Leuchars, St Andrews, Loch Leven, Linlithgow, Craigmillar Castle, Roslin Chapel and Melrose.

Identifier: Acc.13197
Scope and Contents Single volume with 16 drawings loosely enclosed.ff.1-58 Tour of Scotland and return through England, 1820f.1 Bridge of Fyers from above the Upper Fall, Augt. 17 f.2 Lower Fall of the Bruar near Blair Athol, Augt. 21f.3 In the Pass of Killiekrankie, Augt. 22f.4 Cottage near Fascalie Augt. 22 f.5 Vale of the Tay. Looking towards Dunkeld. Birnham Hill in ye distance Augt. 22f.6 The two Parent Larches. Dunkeld....
Dates: 1820-1826.

Copy of "Shaw's Diary for 1864" containing various accounts of William Green, bookseller, Edinburgh (who became macer to the Court of Justiciary in 1871).

Identifier: MS.8918
Scope and Contents

The accounts consist chiefly of a list of books supplied to Dundee Free Library, July-December 1869 (folios 1-7), and accounts rendered (chiefly for law books), 1869-1871 (folios 1-45 inverted).

Dates: 1869-1871.

Illustrated diary of a tour of Scotland.

Identifier: Acc.14084
Scope and Contents Journal of a tour of Scotland from 21 September to 1 October 1885. The unidentified author is a Scot living in Sunderland and travels to Scotland to visit his brothers and mother in Dundee. He visits places in and around Dundee including Newport-on-Tay and Howe of Strathmore, and then takes an excursion into the Highlands. He travels by train, steamer, coach, sail boat and on foot. The journal, written in the form of a daily diary, includes several painted illustrations including train...
Dates: 1885

Letter recounting a tour through Scotland.

Identifier: Acc.13633
Scope and Contents

Letter to Mr Haddon, 28 September, 1839 of a tour through Scotland. The tour goes through Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth, Dundee, Culloden, and back through Ayr to view the Eglinton Tournament of 1839.

Dates: 1839

Papers of and concerning the Holden family of Baldovie; with a document concerning Thomas Greig, and with genealogical notes on the Guthries of Guthrie.

Identifier: MS.50266
Scope and Contents Documents, 1753, concerning the clandestine marriage of Abraham Holden and Elizabeth Barclay (folios 1-4).Letters and documents, 1759-1776, of and to John Holden concerning Richard Holden's death, the sale of Scottish goods in West Africa, instructions for a survery and a bond (folios 6-13).Letters of Richard Holden (fl 1747-circa 1761), 1747-1758, of Richard Holden to his father and brothers concerning slaving voyages and the sale of enslaved people (folios...
Dates: 1717-1822.

Photocopies of the correspondence of the Fyffe family., 1750-1821.

Identifier: MS.50275
Scope and Contents Letters, 1807-18, of Anne Fyffe to James Fyffe concerning the sale of Drumgeith estate near Dundee, the management of Forest estate in Jamaica, the sale of enslaved people and family news (folio 1).Letter, 1802, of Charles Fyffe to James Fyffe concerning Charles Fyffe’s imminent departure from Scotland (folio 95).Letters, 1750-1778, of David Fyffe to his cousin Elizabeth Fyffe and unnamed cousins concerning his purchase of a sugar plantation, a murder perpetrated by...
Dates: 1750-1821.