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Floppy disks. Magnetic disks.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Thin, round, flexible disks with magnetic surfaces for storing and retrieving data.

Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:

Amstrad disk containing text, labelled 'One green bottle 1-2-3'., Undated.

 File
Identifier: Acc.12394/72
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Includes correspondence, diaries, notebooks, manuscript and typescript drafts of poetry, short stories, novels, and works for radio, film and the theatre.This collection includes papers relating to the following published works:'The bad box' (London: Virago, 1987)'The crystal owl' (London: Methuen, 1988)'Dreams, like heretics' (London: Serpent’s Tail, 1997)'Every move you make' (London: Virago, 1984)'The grey dancer'...
Dates: Undated.

Copies of inventory of the Clan Gregor Centre archive, compiled by Sheila McGregor., 1999.

 Series
Identifier: Acc.11713/84-85
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Material concerning the history and genealogy of the McGregors, including printed items and a full set of the journal "The Quaich", 1989-1997.The arrangement and description of the papers from the Clan Gregor Centre was undertaken by Sheila McGregor on behalf of the Centre. The described papers represent the activities of a small number of people who collected and compiled them over many years, combining traditional knowledge with research to both preserve and extend information...
Dates: 1999.

Digital media of Mary Stewart, probably relating to her later novels., 1997.

 Series
Identifier: Acc.13680/29
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

The papers relate mainly to the following books by Mary Stewart:

‘Madam, Will You Talk?’ (London, 1954)

‘The Crystal Cave’ (London, 1970)

‘A Walk in Wolf Wood’ (London, 1980)

‘The Wicked Day’ (London, 1983)

‘Thornyhold’ (London, 1988)

‘Frost on the window, and other poems’ (London, 1990)

‘Stormy Petrel’ (London, 1991)

‘Rose Cottage’ (London,1997).

Dates: 1997.

Diskette copy of inventory of the Clan Gregor Centre archive, compiled by Sheila McGregor., 1999.

 File
Identifier: Acc.11713/85
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Material concerning the history and genealogy of the McGregors, including printed items and a full set of the journal "The Quaich", 1989-1997.The arrangement and description of the papers from the Clan Gregor Centre was undertaken by Sheila McGregor on behalf of the Centre. The described papers represent the activities of a small number of people who collected and compiled them over many years, combining traditional knowledge with research to both preserve and extend information...
Dates: 1999.

File, annotated 'Website', containing printouts of pages of a proposed Alasdair Gray website, some annotated, with related correspondence; and manuscript and typescript answers of Alasdair Gray to interview and questionnaire answers., [1987?], 2000-2003, undated.

 File
Identifier: Acc.14602/60
Scope and Contents

Includes:

Photocopied pages of a programme, undated, for a Glasgow School of Art production of 'The decline and fall of Kelvin Walker'.

Typescript title page, with manuscript annotations of Alasdair Gray, [?1987], of 'The story of a recluse'.

An envelope containing a floppy disk, annotated 'Alasdair Gray, The golden key, Aiblins', with an accompanying note, 2003, from Giselda.

Dates: [1987?], 2000-2003, undated.

Literary, artistic and personal correspondence and papers of Alasdair Gray.

 Record Group
Identifier: Acc.14602/1-431
Scope and Contents At the heart of this archive are the contents of the two filing cabinets which sat in Alasdair Gray’s study, and which have been catalogued here in their original filing order. These contain correspondence and papers relating to Alasdair Gray’s literary and artistic endeavours, as well as extensive personal correspondence and research materials.The most recent sections of the archive mainly relate to his last great work, his ‘paraphrasing’ of Dante’s ‘Divine comedy’, published by...
Dates: 1885-2019, undated.