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Illustrations. Layout features.

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Refers to pictures or diagrams that clarify or provide an example or visualization. They usually accompany a text; the term is most often used to refer to pictures in books or published journal. For works that explore a subject or are preliminary to a separate, more finalized work, use ""studies (visual works)""For paintings in manuscripts, use ""illuminations"" or ""miniatures (paintings)"" .

Found in 166 Collections and/or Records:

'Account of various Hindoo deities', which contains some illustrative matter., 1806.

Identifier: MS.13903
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The collection covers Alexander Walker's military and administrative service in the East India Company in great detail from circa 1790 to 1801, notably in Malabar and then in Gujarat, where he was Political Resident at Baroda, until he left India in 1810. He came out of retirement to govern St Helena from 1822 to 1828, The importance of the collection lies in the detailed administrative content of Walker's correspondence and memoranda, particularly for the Gujarat period, a continuing...
Dates: 1806.

Anonymous manuscripts and proofs of works offered to William Blackwood and Sons, publishers, for publication., 1789-1821.

Identifier: MS.4889
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows.(i) Manuscript of a pamphlet entitled ‘Ten minutes of reflection on the late events in France. Recommended by a plain man to his fellow citizens’ (Woodbridge, 1793). (Folio 1.)(ii) Manuscript, 1803, of two apparently unpublished poetical letters, 'The new Oxford guide', which follow very closely the form and style of Christopher Anstey's ‘The new Bath guide’ (London, 1766), and therefore may possibly be by Christopher Anstey himself. (Folio...
Dates: 1789-1821.

Artwork by Cam Kennedy for the graphic novel edition of Robert Louis Stevenson`s "Kidnapped" (2007).

Identifier: Acc.12703
Scope and Contents

Includes the text for the graphic novel, by Alan Grant, a mock-up of the book, and a copy of the final published work.

Dates: circa 2006.

Assorted proofs for "Missionary travels and researches in South Africa" by David Livingstone., ? 1856-? 1857.

Identifier: MSS.42430-42435
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series is of the correspondence and papers, including some manuscripts, of many of the most prominent authors published by John Murray, publishers. The papers represent the relationship between author and publisher. There are particularly significant holdings relating to Isabella Bishop (Isabella Bird), George Crabbe, Charles Darwin, Sir Charles and Elizabeth Eastlake, Richard Ford, John Franklin, William Gladstone, Sir Francis Head, Sir Austen Henry Layard, David Livingstone, Thomas...
Dates: ? 1856-? 1857.

Business records of A & C Black relating to the works of Sir Walter Scott.

Identifier: Acc.9765
Scope and Contents

Concerning the publication of the works of Sir Walter Scott, the copyrights of the Waverley Novels and to the Centenary celebrations of 1871 and 1932.

Dates: circa 1849-1932.

Correspondence and papers concerning Richard M D Grange, "A Short History of the Scottish Dress" (1967).

Identifier: Acc.9822
Scope and Contents

With typescript and illustrations, 1970, for Grange`s unpublished, "What to see on Mull".

Dates: 1967-1970.

Correspondence and papers relating to the publication of works of Mollie Hunter.

 Record Group
Identifier: Acc.11073/1-122
Scope and Contents

Includes editorial correspondence, typescripts and proofs of novels, and some book jackets and illustrations.

Dates: 1960-1993, undated.

Correspondence of various members of the Brown family., 1862-1880, undated.

Identifier: MS.3262
Scope and Contents

At the end of the volume are cuttings from the ‘West India Committee Circular’, 1927 and 1933, relating to Major-General John Brown, and portraits and photographs of members of the Brown family. Also included is a lock of horse hair from the tail of 'Alma', the horse ridden by George Brown in to the Battle of Alma, 21 September 1854.

Dates: 1862-1880, undated.

Diary of a return trip between Edinburgh and Yokohama by Miss Madelena L Stewart.

Identifier: Acc.12756
Scope and Contents

Comprises bound notebook compiled in pencil and loose typescript with illustrations.

Dates: 1934.

Drafts of Alan Bold, "A Celtic Quintet".

Identifier: Acc.8325
Scope and Contents

With proofs and litho plates.

Dates: 1982.

Editorial correspondence and papers of Derick S Thomson.

Identifier: Acc.11418
Scope and Contents

Papers concern Thomson`s "Companion to Gaelic Scotland" and "Gairm" magazine

Dates: circa 1952-1992.

Game book of Duncan Campbell of Smith Hall.

Identifier: Acc.9869
Scope and Contents

Includes accounts of expeditions in South Africa, Northern Nigeria, India and Scotland, with illustrations and maps by himself and his sister, Mary Barbara Campbell.

Dates: 1902-1914.