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Alps (mountain system). Europe. Longitude: 010 00 00 E. Latitude: 46 25 00 N.

Subject Source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence, four diaries, two photograph albums and other papers of Rawdon Goodier.

Identifier: Acc.11178
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Concerns climbing in the UK, the Alps and the Andes.

Dates: circa 1950-1983.

Diaries and other papers of W M Docharty.

 Record Group
Identifier: Acc.6334/1-28
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Concerning his mountaineering expeditions in the British Isles, the Alps and Canada.

Dates: 1929-1968.

Diaries of James Willliam Drummond.

Identifier: Acc.5701
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Describing a visit to Shetland, 1874, a walking tour in Norway, 1875, climbs in the Alps, 1899-1903, and a yacht cruise off the west coast of Scotland, undated.

With diary, 1880-1881, of Williamina McPhee Drummond, of a cruise in the Mediterranean.

Dates: 1874-1903 and undated.

Diaries of Una Cameron.

Identifier: Acc.10384
Scope and Contents

Concern climbing in the Alps, East Africa and Canada.

Dates: 1931-1939.

Journals, letters, manuscripts, notes, verse and other papers of and relating to Alastair Cram.

Identifier: Acc.13170
Scope and Contents Alastair Cram was educated at Perth Academy and Edinburgh University and started his working life as a solicitor in private practice at the Scottish Bar. In the Second World War he saw service with the Royal Regiment of Artillery and SAS during which time he was taken prisoner and was involved in several successful escapes. Alastair Cram was awarded the Military Cross in 1945. In peacetime, he served as a Judge in Kenya and, in 1965, was Governor-General of Malawi. Alastair Cram was also a...
Dates: 1928-1967, and undated.

Letter, 1946, of T Graham Brown to Michael Roberts.

Identifier: Acc.8292
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notes, 1947-1948, of Roberts for his paper, "Early Travellers in the Graians" for the "Alpine Journal"

copy of a letter, 1830, from Geneva, concerning an Alpine accident on the Col du Bonhomme.

Dates: 1830, 1946-1948.

Letter of James David Forbes to F F Fickett.

Identifier: Acc.11194
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Concerns the topography of the Alps.

Dates: 1860.

Manuscript journal of a tour of the Alps, by Lord Byron., 1816.

Identifier: MS.43350
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A copy in Byron’s hand of the journal he kept during a tour of the Swiss Alps in 1816 which he sent to his half-sister Augusta Leigh. The journal is dated 'Clarens Septr 18th 1816'and covers 17-29 September 1816.

Dates: 1816.