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Edinburgh. Europe - United Kingdom - Scotland - Edinburgh. Inhabited place. Longitude: -3.2167. Latitude: 55.9500.

Subject Source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names

Found in 188 Collections and/or Records:

Meteorological journal kept by Rev Henry Fergus at Dunfermline, Auchterarder and Edinburgh., 1799-1850.

Identifier: Acc.10069/81
Scope and Contents

The journal was kept by Rev Henry Fergus at Dunfermline until 1829, when his sight failed. It was continued in Dunfermline until November 1842, then Auchterarder until November 1844, and finally Edinburgh, 1799-1850.

Dates: 1799-1850.

Meteorological journals and observations taken at Blacket Place, Edinburgh, by Robert Mossman., 1886-1900.

Identifier: Acc.10069/45-52
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Robert Mossman (1870-1940), Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society, was Meteorologist to the Scottish Antarctic Expedition and to the Argentine government.

Dates: 1886-1900.

'Meteorology of Edinburgh deduced from all available sources by R C Mossman'., 1731-1895.

Identifier: Acc.10069/33
Scope and Contents

Some of the data was used in preparing the tables contained in the paper on 'Meteorology in Edinburgh', part II, 'Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh', vol XXXIX, pages 63-207.

Dates: 1731-1895.

Minute book of St. Bernard`s Ward Unionist Association.

Identifier: Acc.13545
Scope and Contents

Minute book of St. Bernard`s Ward Unionist Association with some loose minutes, 1937-1940, of West Edinburgh Unionist Association.

Dates: 1913-1940.

Minutes, journals, newsletters, visitors’ books, correspondence, photographs and printed books of St Colm’s College; with the papers of Effie Gray, a former student and teacher at the College.

Identifier: Acc.13301/1-331
Scope and Contents Papers of St Colm`s College, 1839-2010, including minutes, journals, newsletters, visitors` books, correspondence, photographs and printed books.The history of the college is complex, and it has undergone a number of name changes. The Women`s Missionary Institute of the Free Church of Scotland began in Edinburgh in 1894. Increasing expansion of student numbers saw a larger purpose-built institution commissioned at 23 Inverleith Terrace, Edinburgh. Although supported by what was...
Dates: 1839-2010.

"Notes of an excursion from York to Edinburgh... and return by a few of the Lakes in Cumberland and Westmorland".

Identifier: Acc.6793
Scope and Contents

The author of this anonymous manuscript is probably George Todd of York.

Dates: 1817.

Papers, 1769, concerning the feu held by Robert Ord in Queen Street, Edinburgh.

Identifier: Acc.8548
Scope and Contents

With a plan of the site of Ord`s house and garden, and a copy, 1767, of building and feuing regulations for the New Town.

With unrelated burgess ticket, 1713.

Dates: 1713, 1767-1769.

Papers from the Priscilla Chueng-Nainby and National Library of Scotland, Collecting the Referendum open day.

Identifier: Acc.13622/1-5
Scope and Contents

Materials, including luggage labels, promotional material and information about a workshop co-designed by Priscilla Chueng-Nainby and the National Library of Scotland (NLS), as part of NLS Referendum open day, 16 August 2014.

Dates: June 2014

Papers of Christopher Fyfe.

Identifier: Acc.10669
Scope and Contents

Concer planning matters, community involvement and amenity groups in central Edinburgh.

Dates: 1970-1992.

Papers of Nancy Somerville comprising material produced by Edinburgh City Council and several associated community groups in relation to the Scottish Independence Referendum 2014.

Identifier: Acc.13653/1-6
Scope and Contents Papers of Nancy Somerville relating to community learning and development events concerning the Scottish Independence Referendum 2014. The collection is comprised of items relating to events organised and facilitated by members of the Edinburgh Community Learning and Development Partnership and associated groups, as well as collated material relating to other events with a referendum-focus. Also included are journal articles relating to community learning and development events around the...
Dates: 2012-2015.

Papers of Scottish interest.

Identifier: Acc.3948
Scope and Contents

Including an Edinburgh burgess ticket, 1710, to Allan Ramsay and papers, 19th century, of George Hardiman.

Dates: 17th century to 19th century.

Papers of the Christian Fellowship of Healing (Scotland).

Identifier: Acc.13352
Scope and Contents Minutes, newsletters, writings and publicity material of the Christian Fellowship of Healing (Scotland), 1958-2012.Founded in 1952 by Alan Murray, the Christian Fellowship of Healing (Scotland) was an ecumenical organisation established with the purpose of promoting the healing ministry within churches and encouraging engagement with the medical profession. To further these aims, a centre was established in Edinburgh where visitors could come for prayer, listening and healing....
Dates: 1958-2012.

Papers relating to the publication of works concerning Edinburgh., 1583-1977, undated.

Identifier: Acc.8058/149-181
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

Including corrected typescripts and proofs of historical and topographical works, and circa 400 letters and copies of letters.

With papers, 1928-1959, of the Standard Press, Montrose.

Dates: 1583-1977, undated.