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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Sheets of paper or tissue, usually blank, placed, adhered, or bound in between leaves of text or illustrations for protective or decorative purposes or for taking notes.

Found in 135 Collections and/or Records:

Apparently an interleaved proof copy of an untitled printed book containing copies and excerpts of correspondence between Robert Cadell and Archibald Constable, 1811-1826, and between Constable and his son David 1809-1826., [1826, or after.]

Identifier: MS.23234
Scope and Contents

The correspondence between Archibald and David Constable includes a number of letters of and to others. It is not known why either correspondence was printed; neither appears to have been published.

Dates: [1826, or after.]

Author's interleaved proof copy of ‘Occasional verses, translations and imitations’ by Sylvester Douglas, Baron Glenbervie containing much additional matter in his hand throughout., [?1820.]

Identifier: MS.16493
Scope and Contents

In addition to the memoranda inside the front cover, a contents list is written on the flyleaves, many corrections and additions (including a few complete poems) have been made in the margins of the printed pages, and notes, amended or deleted drafts and a few additional poems have been written on many of the interleaves.

Dates: [?1820.]

Diary of Sir Alexander Bannerman, 7th Baronet of Elsick, titled 'Tome I, memoir et notice genealogique de la famille de Bannerman de Elsick....1769-1830'., 1824-1830.

Identifier: MS.1685
Scope and Contents

Bound in with the diary is ‘Some account of the family of Bannerman of Elsick’ (Aberdeen, 1812), which has interleaved and marginal notes by Sir Alexander Bannerman.

Dates: 1824-1830.