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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Pieces of cloth or other flexible material painted with signs or decorative designs and intended to be displayed by hanging or suspending. In heraldry, refers to square flags bearing heraldic devices. For other cloths intended to symbolize or to signal, use "flags."

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Banner for the 70th anniversary showing timeline., 2018.

Identifier: Acc.14406/33
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

Minutes, accounts, correspondence and other related material for Connect and its predecessors.

Initially the organisation was the Council of Parent and Parent-Teacher Associations of Scotland, but was renamed as the Scottish Parent Teacher Council (SPTC) in 1976. It was further renamed as Connect in 2018.

The organisation promotes family engagement in education.

Dates: 2018.

Files of the Gude Cause project, relating to banners., 2009-2010.

Identifier: Acc.13293/19-23
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Electronic archive, digital images, sound and video recordings, and related ephemera of the Gude Cause project, 2008-2010. The project’s main objective was to celebrate the centenary of the Women’s Social and Political Union procession which took place in Edinburgh on 10 October 1909. Furthermore, in the light of a report published before the 2007 Scottish Parliament Election, Gude Cause sought to reenergize women’s participation in Scottish political life.The archive charts the...
Dates: 2009-2010.

Published material produced by the Scottish Council for Civil Liberties., 1982-1996.

Identifier: Acc.12971/74-88
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

Papers of the Scottish Council for Civil Liberties including administrative and financial papers of the executive committee and various sub committees, local groups, annual reports and publications.

Dates: 1982-1996.

WGML Objects., circa 1930s-2000s.

Identifier: Acc.14114 Special Collections 3/14
Scope and Contents

Objects within the WGML have not been fully catalogued but are summaried below for ease of access. Researchers and visitors are welcome to consult these items upon request.

Dates: circa 1930s-2000s.