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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:

Tracing - New North British Railway Station, showing proposed access to Duncan Flockhart's - Edinburgh, Railways - surveyed by Charles Jopp and David Stevenson., 1851.

Identifier: MS.5849 (96)
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A group of about 2500 plans, chiefly made by Messrs Stevenson. Their business was concerned chiefly with sea-works, lighthouses, harbours, canals and river courses, and the plans reflect this interest, although there are some items relating to railways and bridges.

Dates: 1851.

Typescript copy of the journal, 1831-1832, of the Reverend James Robert Boyd.

Identifier: Acc.7316
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Kept during a visit to Edinburgh and the Borders.

With notes and comments by the transcriber John S B Pratt Junior, undated

photocopy of a charcoal sketch, circa 1838, of Dr Boyd

biographical note, 1882.

Dates: 1831-1882.

Typescript of a lecture of H Bieganska, at Edinburgh.

Identifier: Acc.6212
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On Scots imigrants in Poland, 16th century to 18th century.

Dates: 1974.

Typescripts of diaries and autobiographical pieces of C Meadmore.

Identifier: Acc.11911
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Material concerns life in post-war Edinburgh and holidays in Scotland, and includes three letters of Miss Meadmore to her mother.

Dates: 1940-1949.

Women`s Social and Political Union postcard album.

Identifier: Acc.4546
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Including cards, photographs, newspaper cuttings and printed and manuscript papers.

Dates: circa 1900-circa 1914.