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Found in 107 Collections and/or Records:

22 notebooks, 1942, containing the corrected manuscript of A J Cronin, "The Keys of the Kingdom".

Identifier: Acc.9873
Scope and Contents

With a copy of the novel inscribed by Cronin and a letter, 1950, of Cronin.

Dates: 1942-1950.

63 letters and cards of Frances Shand Kydd to William McIlwraith, Ayr.

Identifier: Acc.12619
Scope and Contents

Includes book and press cutting.

Dates: circa 1997-2004.

Account book, 1837-1859, of Alexander Gilchrist, kept during service in Britain and at Gibraltar.

Identifier: Acc.6971
Scope and Contents

With copy of J L Hilson, "Further Yesterdays in a Royal Burgh" (1917), and associated letters of Hilson.

Dates: 1837-1859, 1917.

Annotated books concerning the Spanish Civil War.

Identifier: Acc.12802
Scope and Contents

Three books containing signatures of members of the International Brigades and of some members of the future Labour Cabinets of 1945 and thereafter.

Dates: circa 1936-1939.

Annotated copy of F R Grahame, "The Progress of Science, Art and Literature in Russia (London, ? 1865).

Identifier: Acc.10321
Scope and Contents

Includes additional material in the hand of the author.

Dates: circa 1865.

Annotated copy of May Sinclair, "A Defence of Idealism" (1917).

Identifier: Acc.11190
Scope and Contents

Includes three letters, 1923-1924, of the author to W J Jupp and Jupp`s annotations and presentation note, 1925, to J Ramsay MacDonald.

Dates: 1917-1923.

Annotated copy of "Peerage of Scotland" (Edinburgh, 1813), by Sir Robert Douglas of Glenbervie.

Identifier: Acc.12047
Scope and Contents

This being the 2nd edition by John Philp Wood.

Notation, circa 1821-1860, by genealogist and author of family histories, Alexander Sinclair.

Dates: circa 1813-1860.

Annotated copy of volume one of James Burnett`s "Of the Origin and Progress of Language" (2nd edition, 1784).

Identifier: Acc.11441
Scope and Contents

Annotated by author apparently for a new edition, never published.

Dates: 1784.

Antiquarian papers of James Dennistoun of Dennistoun, advocate and antiquary.

Identifier: Adv.MSS.19.2.16-19.2.27
Scope and Contents The papers consist of materials for a projected history of Dumbartonshire (Adv.MS.19.2.16-19.2.24), materials towards a projected work on the Scottish religious houses on the Continent (Adv.MS.19.2.25), and notes and extracts of Scottish interest from manuscripts in continental libraries (Adv.MS.19.2.26), together with a record of the bequest of Dennistoun`s manuscripts and a calendar of them (Adv.MS.19.2.27). The papers were arranged and bound by Mark Napier, executor of James...
Dates: ?1825-1856.

Army Book 64 of J B McKeeman.

Identifier: Acc.7844
Scope and Contents

Containing the particulars of service during World War II.

Dates: circa 1939-1945.

Autograph manuscripts of ten poems by Edwin Morgan on "Scotland`s favourite paintings" as selected by readers of `The Herald`.

Identifier: Acc.12948
Scope and Contents

With related papers and notes by Lesley Duncan, and a copy of the resulting book "Beyond the Sun" (Edinburgh, 2007).

Dates: 2005-2007.

Bazett Michael Haggard, "Objects of Pity" (1892), with author`s corrections and associated correspondence.

Identifier: Acc.8232
Scope and Contents

Correspondents include Lloyd Osbourne, 1901, and Isobel Field, 1941.

Dates: 1892-1941.

Book of mathematical exercises.

Identifier: Acc.12742

Book on heraldry of Sir William Scott.

Identifier: Acc.7363
Scope and Contents

Consisting of descriptions of the various elements of heraldry and the arms of families of Scotland.

Dates: 1692.

Composite volume of 15th-century manuscripts of miscellaneous works by four hands bound together, with an incunable, in the 16th-century or earlier.

Identifier: Adv.MS.18.4.8
Scope and Contents The collection has been in one volume since the 16th century at least. The contents are as follows:[(i) A printed book: Johannes de Hildesheim, ‘Liber de gestis ac translatione trium regum’, etc., ([Cologne], 1478) = National Library of Scotland Inc.43 (B.M.Cat. IB 4236) (folio 1)]. Folio 56 blank.(ii) Baebius Italicus (?), `Ilias latina` (‘Poetae latini minores’ ii.3; this manuscript is not included in the list given by P Vollmer in ‘Sitzungsberichte der Bayerischen...
Dates: 15th century.