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Exhibition catalogues.

 Subject
Subject Source: Other Source
Scope Note: Record, usually in a printed medium, of a public display of items in an art gallery, museum or other forum, giving a description of the items so displayed and listing them in the order in which they were displayed. Source: In AAT as a concept, but undefined. English spelling of catalogue preferred. Defined by SR.

Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:

20th century printed material., 1924-1983, undated.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: Acc.8695/252-299
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: This collection, while primarily composed of the letters and papers of Esther Chalmers herself, and reflecting her own life and activities, also reflects those of her family, from her grandparents to her nieces and nephews, and of her friends, both in Britain and abroad. The papers concern mostly her own life and her association with Lucie Dejardin, the Belgian socialist, with papers concerning her kinfolk the Lorimers of Kellie (particularly James Lorimer and J H Lorimer) and her father Sir...
Dates: 1924-1983, undated.

Assorted exhibition catalogues for contemporary painters, photographers and sculptors., 1994.

 File
Identifier: Acc.13227 Box 15(1)
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The Attic Archive evolved organically from the activities of Pete Horobin, beginning in 1978. When Horobin's association ended, the archive was continued in turn by Marshall Anderson, Peter Haining and, lastly, aitch. Each change of custody coincided with the start of a new phase of activity, each phase undertaken, usually, over ten years.The papers of the Attic Archive are now dispersed through various cultural institutions, each having a particular association with the archive,...
Dates: 1994.

Books, periodicals and other printed material., 1951-2012.

 Series
Identifier: Acc.13416/81-100
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Literary papers of Alasdair Gray, including ledgers and notebooks used for journal entries, drafts of letters and poems, working notes and illustrations. Literary papers and correspondence include material relating to 'A life in pictures' (Canongate, 2010) and 'Every short story' (Canongate, 2012). The collection of CDs and DVDs includes scans and drafts for these works as well as 'A Gray play book' (Luath, 2009).There is also a small collection of printed material, mostly...
Dates: 1951-2012.

Box labelled 'DATA. Books', containing assorted books, pamphlets and exhibition catalogues, with some artworks, collected as part of The Attic Archive., ?1972, 1975, 1989-1999.

 Series
Identifier: Acc.13227 Box 50(1)-(35)
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The Attic Archive evolved organically from the activities of Pete Horobin, beginning in 1978. When Horobin's association ended, the archive was continued in turn by Marshall Anderson, Peter Haining and, lastly, aitch. Each change of custody coincided with the start of a new phase of activity, each phase undertaken, usually, over ten years.The papers of the Attic Archive are now dispersed through various cultural institutions, each having a particular association with the archive,...
Dates: ?1972, 1975, 1989-1999.

Catalogues and papers concerning an exhibition on the history of John Murray, publishers, held at Bumpus Ltd., London., 1930-1931

 File
Identifier: Acc.13328/1629
Scope and Contents

File contains original catalogues, invitations, and letters concerning an exhibition held on the history of John Murray, publishers, at 350 Oxford Street ("in the Old Court House, Messrs. J. & E. Bumpus, Ltd.") in July 1931, alongside a typescript copy of the speech given by Lord Ernle at the opening. Catalogues record the list of exhibits as well as the potted history of the company. File also includes two original booklets on the history of Bumpus Ltd. (1930).

Dates: 1930-1931

Catalogues of art exhibitions annotated by Sydney Goodsir Smith., 1960-1974, undated.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS.26180-26186
Scope and Contents

In some cases, the annotations formed the drafts of his reviews published in the ‘Scotsman’.

Dates: 1960-1974, undated.