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Plans. Reports.

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Organized and often detailed proposals that lay out strategies and schemes of action for something to be done.

Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:

Financial papers of the Scottish Craft Centre., 1985-1990.

Identifier: Acc.10729/41-46
Scope and Contents From the Record Group:

Includes papers concerning the closure of the Scottish Craft Centre, the move from Acheson House in 1990, and the proposed Scottish Craft Council, 1991.

Dates: 1985-1990.

Letters chiefly of the Earl of Caledon, Governor of the Cape, and Lieutenant-General the Honourable Henry George Grey to the 1st Earl of Minto and the Bengal Government concerning plans for the invasion and occupation of Mauritius and Bourbon (Réunion)., 1807-1811.

Identifier: MS.11676
Scope and Contents From the Series: Correspondence and papers of Sir Gilbert Elliot Murray Kynynmound (1751-1814), who succeeded as 4th Baronet in 1777, assumed the additional names of Murray Kynynmound on succeeding to his mother's properties in 1778, and was created Baron Minto in 1797 and Earl of Minto in 1813. He was Member of Parliament for Morpeth, 1776-1777, for Roxburghshire, 1777-1784, for Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1786-1790, and for Helston, 1790-1795; and served as Civil Commissioner at Toulon, 1793, Minister to the...
Dates: 1807-1811.

Miscellaneous letters and documents.

Identifier: MS.14835
Dates: 1708-early 19th century.

Notebook of James St Clair, containing copies of various reports., [1745, or after.]

Identifier: MS.25685
Scope and Contents

The notebook contains a copy of the 'Ordres de Marches issued to the British Army in Flanders in 1745’ (folio i). Also copies of two reports written by St Clair: 'Report to His Majesty concerning the Ground for Encamping the Troops between Highgate and Whetstone and a report of the different ways leading to London' (page 95); 'Report to His Majesty in relation to the County of Kent' (page 100). With four plans for encampments pasted in (inverted folios 1-3).

Dates: [1745, or after.]

Route descriptions for the ascent of the north face of the Eiger., 1966.

Identifier: Acc.14376/1
Scope and Contents

There are here two descriptions of the route taken by the British-American team.

The first is a typed route description, annotated by Dougal Haston.

The second is a manuscript route description of the First Band section written by Layton Kor.

Dates: 1966.

'Scottish Plan of Action', compiled and edited by Cassandra McGrogan (Scottish Joint Action Group)., 1985.

Identifier: Acc.13806/2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection reflects Dr Esther Breitenbach's feminist activism from the 1970s onwards. This includes papers reflecting her contributions to the Women’s Legal and Financial Independence Campaign, the Radical Scotland Women’s Group, and the European Forum of Socialist Feminists, as well as papers relating to the activities of the Women's Co-ordination Group, which advanced the demand for 50:50 gender representation. The collection includes assorted annotated pamphlets, conference papers,...
Dates: 1985.

Sermons of Alexander Carlyle., 1746-1803, undated.

Identifier: MSS.23786-23909
Scope and Contents They consist of sermons preached before and after the Sacrament (MSS.23786-23805), series of sermons on the Sermon on the Mount (MSS.23806-23816), on the Lord's Prayer (MSS.23817-23825) and on righteousness (MSS.23826-23834), sermons on death (MSS.23835-23840), sermons preached on public occasions (MSS.23841—23863), some of which were, printed subsequently, and sermons preached on various topics (MSS.23864-23906), followed by drafts, fragments and summaries of sermons and schemes of services...
Dates: 1746-1803, undated.

SNH draft corporate plan to provide guidance on natural heritage policy., 1994.

Identifier: Acc.13542/1063
Scope and Contents From the Series: These papers relate to Magnusson's time working for Scottish Natural Heritage. The organisation was formed in 1992 following the amalgamation of the Nature Conservancy Council for Scotland and the Countryside Commission for Scotland. Magnusson served as the Chairman of the organisation from 1992 until 1999. The papers contain minutes from SNH meetings, papers from working groups, such as those relating to the designation of the Cairngorms as a European Heritage Area and a series of papers...
Dates: 1994.

Special correspondence and related papers, mostly concerning organisations and public bodies, of Sir George Taylor., 1932-1989.

Identifier: Acc.9533/75-203
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Sir George participated in three major botanical expeditions (to South Africa, 1927-8, East Africa, 1934-5, and Tibet and Bhutan, 1938) which are illustrated in letters, photographs and diaries.Correspondence of special interest includes letters from botanical explorers Frank and Jean Kingdon Ward, George and Betty Sherriff and Frank Ludlow (mostly from Burma, Tibet and Bhutan) and from King Gustav of Sweden and Stanley Smith (the latter discussing the possible foundation of a...
Dates: 1932-1989.

“Swinton’s kirk MSS”, a collection of original 17th-century Scottish historical documents, and of copies, 18th century.

Identifier: Adv.MSS.31.2.18-20
Scope and Contents

The papers appear to have belonged to Lord Swinton, and may be the collection of the Reverend Samuel Semple, Swinton’s maternal grandfather (cf. FES i, 172).

Dates: 17th century.

“Swinton’s kirk MSS”, a collection of Scottish historical documents, for the most part copies from the Cotton Library, originally labelled ‘Kirk manuscripts B’., 17th century.

Identifier: Adv.MS.31.2.19
Scope and Contents A collection copied by various hands without sufficient accuracy, possibly for Matthew Crawford.The contents are as follows: (i) Letter, 3 May 1582, of Sir John Foster to Secretary Walsingham. (ii) Advertisement out of Scotland, 22 June 1582. (iii) Letter, 20 August 1582, of the Queen of England to the King of Scotland. (iv) Depositions of George Douglas sent the 14 September from Stirling, and received the 20 September at Windsor. ‘Septr. 28 1582’. (v) The heads whereof George...
Dates: 17th century.

Synopses of intended publications of James Leslie Mitchell, ‘Lewis Grassic Gibbon’., 1932-1934, undated.

Identifier: MS.26060
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows. (i) Two synopses of a history of America before Columbus, 1932 (folio l); (ii) Plan of a work on the conquest of the Maya, undated (folio 21); (iii) Synopsis of a history of mankind, 1934, with a letter from C S Evans, the publisher (folio 25); (iv) Synopsis of 'Memoirs of a materialist', an autobiographical work, 1934 (folio 36); (v) Synopsis of 'The Story of religion', undated (folio 43); (vi) Notes from a sequel to ‘Stained Radiance’, undated (folio 54); (vii)...
Dates: 1932-1934, undated.

Various papers of the Mackenzies of Delvine., 1683-1770.

Identifier: MS.1493
Scope and Contents

Contains the following papers: Advocates, affairs of the Faculty and their Library, 1683-1770; Abroath and affairs of local merchants, 1702-1707; Bank of England, note of staff and salaries, 1756; Caputh Church, 1721-1770 (see also MSS.1237, 1294); Carron Company, 1768 (see also MSS.1241-1244); Plan and description of a coalseam, undated.

Dates: 1683-1770.