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Circulars. Fliers.

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Printed pieces such as notices or advertisements, usually in the form of single sheets or leaflets, intended for wide distribution to the general public. For similar pieces intended for distribution by hand and often doubling as posters, use ""handbills"" .

Found in 145 Collections and/or Records:

Album entitled Bird Life II compiled by John P. Ritchie., 1923-1974.

Identifier: Acc.13663/2
Scope and Contents

Album consisting largely of letters, press-cuttings and printed notices on lectures on ornithology given by John P. Ritchie and letters concerning his film of the evacuation of St Kilda. With family invitations, notices and press cuttings.

Dates: 1923-1974.

Circular letter, signed and with postcript in the hand of Captain R F Scott.

Identifier: Acc.7685
Scope and Contents

Acknowledging a subscription to the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910.

Dates: 1910.

Circulars, correspondence and other papers relating to the European Community., 1972-1977.

Identifier: Acc.9588/84-86
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Correspondence and papers of George McArthur Lawson (1906-78). From 1937 to 1940 he was a full-time National Council of Labour Colleges tutor in the East of Scotland, and served as the West of Scotland National Council of Labour Colleges Organiser from 1940-50 when he was appointed Secretary of Edinburgh and District Trades Council. In 1954 he was elected as Labour MP for Motherwell, and represented Motherwell, and Motherwell and Wishaw, until his retirement in Oct 1974. George Lawson served...
Dates: 1972-1977.

Circulars to branches and related branch material., 1979-1980.

Identifier: Acc.10090/146
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

Some family and other papers of Robert Douglas McIntyre's father, the Reverend John Ebenezer McIntyre (1874-1961), successively minister of Hightae and Dalton, Motherwell, Manse Road, and St Mary's, Edinburgh, United Free churches, and later of Barony and St James Place Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, precede the main collection.

Dates: 1979-1980.

Copies of correspondence, a journal, a notebook and related papers of concerning a visit of James Wordie to North America to attend the 17th International Geological Congress in Canada., 1913.

Identifier: Acc.12559/12-15
Scope and Contents From the Record Group:

Journals, correspondence, notebooks, photographs, press-cuttings and related papers, 1903-1959, n.d., of and relating largely to the expeditions of polar exploration and scientific discovery, travel and mountaineering activities of Sir James Mann Wordie, Master of St John’s College, Cambridge (1889-1962).

Dates: 1913.

Correspondence and other material relating to 'Astarte', by Ralph Milbanke, 2nd Earl of Lovelace, and Byron correspondence in the possession of Lady Dorchester., 1902-1957, undated.

Identifier: MS.43535
Scope and Contents The items in this manuscript mainly relate to Ralph and Mary Milbanke, Lord and Lady Lovelace. There are letters, proofs and other items relating to the publication of ‘Astarte’ by Ralph Milbanke in 1905. In addition, there is correspondence relating to letters of Lord Byron, which were in the possession of Charlotte Carleton, Lady Dorchester, who then bequeathed them to John Murray [IV]. The letters concerning ‘Astarte’ have been ordered before those relating to Byron...
Dates: 1902-1957, undated.

Correspondence and papers concerning canals., 1806-1834.

Identifier: MS.19970
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows. (i) Aire and Calder, letter, 1833. (Folio 1.) (ii) Birmingham and Liverpool Junction, letter and accounts, 1833-1834. (Folio 2.) (iii) Gloucester and Berkeley, report and accounts, 1823-1826. These very detailed accounts are those of Hugh McIntosh the contractor, which were queried by the Canal Company. (Folio 5.) (iv) Macclesfield, share receipts, and printed circulars and reports, 1826-1834. (Folio 41.) (v) Middlewich, draft letter of Thomas Telford to Thomas...
Dates: 1806-1834.

Correspondence and papers of the 1st and 2nd Earls of Minto concerning their commands in the Roxburgh Regiment, Volunteer Infantry and the 1st Regiment, Roxburghshire Local Militia respectively., 1797-1803.

Identifier: MS.13366
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The founder of the family was Gilbert Elliot (1651-1718), a younger son of Gavin Elliot of Midlem Mill. Gilbert Elliot was admitted to the Faculty of Advocates in 1688, created a baronet in 1700, and appointed a Lord of Session as Lord Minto in 1705; he acquired the lands of Headshaw in Roxburghshire in 1696, and added Minto to his property in 1703. Sir Gilbert Elliot, 2nd Baronet (1693-1766), likewise had a distinguished legal career, becoming a Lord of Session as Lord Minto in 1726, a...
Dates: 1797-1803.

Correspondence and papers of the 4th Earl of Minto relating to the voyageurs., 1884-1886.

Identifier: MS.12549
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The 4th Earl of Minto's main preoccupations were with the raising of a voyageur force for service in Egypt, the employment of Canadian forces in the imperial service, and the rebellion of Louis Riel in the North-West in which he was personally involved.

Dates: 1884-1886.

Correspondence of and relating to Iain Crichton Smith.

Identifier: Acc.13496
Scope and Contents The collection consists mainly of letters received by Iain Crichton Smith, largely from publishers, literary magazines, newspapers, broadcasters, educational institutions, cultural organizations, research students and fans; with other material, such as invitations to exhibition openings, graduations and literary events, papers relating to the teaching of literature in schools, and ephemera.These papers were acquired with the collection now at Acc.12600, but due to an oversight...
Dates: 1978-2000 and undated.

Correspondence, typescripts and printed items of and concerning O H Mavor., 1932-1951.

Identifier: MS.8183
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows.(i) Two printed pamphlets of O H Mavor with inscriptions, 'The Scottish Character', being the John Galt lecture for 1937, and 'The Nero Concerto', for Dundee Art Society, 1942. (Folio 1.)(ii) A cutting and a reprint from ‘The Observer’ of a profiie of Mavor, and several leaflets and circulars issued on his death in 1951, two of which are concerned with the setting up of a James Bridie Memorial Fund. (Folio 21). (iii) Typescript...
Dates: 1932-1951.

General correspondence, 1746, chiefly of Andrew Fletcher, Lord Milton, with anonymous correspondents, including reports on the Rebellion and scrolls of Lord Milton's circulars to sheriffs, magistrates, etc., 1746.

Identifier: MS.16639
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The great majority of the letters are to Lord Milton; there are some to other members of his family (especially Lady Milton and his son Andrew) and some to others which for various reasons came into his possession (including intercepted rebel letters during the '45); there are also a number of scrolls and copies of his replies.The correspondence reflects all Lord Milton's many activities, especially in his public offices and his capacity as friend and agent of the 3rd Duke of...
Dates: 1746.

General Order Book of the Fife Regiment of Militia containing printed and manuscript War Office circulars addressed to the commanding officer of the regiment.

Identifier: MS.9364
Scope and Contents

Several of the circulars are signed by Viscount Palmerston as Secretary-at-War, and Viscount Sidmouth as Home Secretary.

Dates: 1811-1814.