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United States. North and Central America. Nation. Longitude: -98.0000. Latitude: 38.0000.

Subject Source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names

Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence to David Stevenson., 1830-1864.

Identifier: Acc.10706/656
Scope and Contents Contains:Capt Basil Hall to David Stevenson concerning trip to America, 1830Alexander Dallas Bache, general letter of introduction for Stevenson, visiting United States, 1837Capt Basil Hall to David Stevenson concerning book on engineering in America, 1837Charles Adam to Robert Bald regarding American trip, 1837James Smith, Deanston, to David Stevenson concerning book on engineering in America, 1838Martin van Buren to...
Dates: 1830-1864.

Diaries and notebooks, 1823-1850, of Sir George Campbell of Edenwood and travel journals and diaries, 1859-1891, of his son, also Sir George Campbell of Edenwood.

Identifier: Acc.7657
Scope and Contents

Including descriptions of a tour to China in 1866 and the United States in 1881-1882.

Dates: 1823-1891.

Journal of William Liddell.

Identifier: Acc.7996
Scope and Contents

Concerning a tour of the United States and Canada.

Dates: 1825.

Letter of General Sir Thomas Makdougall Brisbane.

Identifier: Acc.11732
Scope and Contents

Brisbane comments on the Peninsular War, his service in America and his activities in Paris.

Dates: 1815.

Letter of William Black.

Identifier: Acc.11120
Scope and Contents

Concerns Black`s American travels.

Dates: 1878.

Letters, photographs and papers of or concerning the Dallas and Macarthur families of Nairn, and relating chiefly to the activities of the brothers Macarthur in Quebec, Ontario, Iowa and Manitoba.

Identifier: Acc.10623/1-6
Scope and Contents

Chiefly concerning members of the MacArthur family in Canada and the United States of America. Includes photographs and photocopies of press cuttings.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1815-1936, 1972, undated.

Literary papers of George Blake.

Identifier: Acc.11930
Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence, typescripts of novels published and unpublished, play-scripts, a diary of a visit to the United States, first copies of published works of fiction and non-fiction. Also includes notes on Blake, copies of articles by him and correspondence and papers of Christopher Dalgleish accumulated in the course of an uncompleted dissertation.

Dates: 20th century.

Papers of Graham Balfour.

Identifier: Acc.9700
Scope and Contents

Largely concerning travels in the United States and in the Pacific Islands, but also concerning the literary remains of Robert Louis Stevenson.

Dates: 1885-1895.

Papers of Sir Frank Fraser Darling.

Identifier: Acc.11523
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Includes travel journals (Scotland, United States, Mexico, Zambia, Tanganyika (= Tanzania) and Kenya) and the manuscript of part of a book entitled "Agricultural Principles".

Dates: 1937-1958 and undated.

Photocopy of journal, in letter form, of David Marshall.

Identifier: Acc.4206
Scope and Contents

Describes a visit to America.

Dates: 1850-1851.

Six letters of Peter Hastie to his aunt and uncle in Selkirk.

Identifier: Acc.12249
Scope and Contents

Letters concern Hastie`s emigration to the USA, and work on engineering and water works in New York State and New York City.

Dates: 1827-1841.

Tour journals: two of Emily Jackson and Ina Jackson of their tour in the Eastern United States and Canada, 1884; and, two of John Jackson and Emily Jackson of their tour in Italy, 1891-1892.

Identifier: MSS.23625-23628
Scope and Contents

Emily Jackson`s journal of her tour in Italy includes an account of a holiday in Kilmorack, Inverness-shire, Scotland, in 1887.

Dates: 1884-1892.

Travel journals of Emily and Ina Jackson describing their tour of the Eastern United States and Canada., 1884.

Identifier: MSS.23625-23626
Scope and Contents Narrative of the journey of Emily Jackson through the Eastern United States and Canada, with her sister Ina Jackson. They left Glasgow on 29 August sailed around the north coast of Ireland on 30 August and arrived in New York on 9 September. The Jacksons journeyed through Saratoga, Lake George, and Lacine Rapids (Montreal) and arrived in Toronto on 21 September. They visited Niagara Falls and returned to America moving through Buffalo, Chicago, Minneapolis, St Paul, Pittsburgh, Washington...
Dates: 1884.