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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Engraved, printed, or written expressions soliciting or requesting a person's company at a certain time and place.

Found in 110 Collections and/or Records:

Events of the Gude Cause project., 2006-2010.

Identifier: Acc.13293/68-80
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Electronic archive, digital images, sound and video recordings, and related ephemera of the Gude Cause project, 2008-2010. The project’s main objective was to celebrate the centenary of the Women’s Social and Political Union procession which took place in Edinburgh on 10 October 1909. Furthermore, in the light of a report published before the 2007 Scottish Parliament Election, Gude Cause sought to reenergize women’s participation in Scottish political life.The archive charts the...
Dates: 2006-2010.

Family and miscellaneous papers of Charles Murray., 1866-?1941, undated.

Identifier: MS.27285
Scope and Contents

The contents are as follows. (i) Family papers of the Murray and Robbie families, 1866-1926, undated (folio 1). They include genealogical material and a few family letters. (ii) Miscellaneous papers of Charles Murray, 1890-?1941, undated (folio l9).

Dates: 1866-?1941, undated.

Further papers of Lord James Douglas-Hamilton, Baron Selkirk of Douglas.

Identifier: Acc.13405
Scope and Contents Papers, 1947-1994, of James Douglas Hamilton, Lord Selkirk of Douglas. The collection comprises papers, 1947-1977, concerning the death of Douglas, 14th Duke of Hamilton; correspondence, 1954-1994, of James Douglas Hamilton with George, 10th Earl of Selkirk; papers, ca. 1980-1994, relating to his death and the future of the earldom; and personal papers and correspondence, ca. 1950-1985, of Lord Selkirk of Douglas.The correspondence includes letters of several statesmen and other...
Dates: 1947-1994.

Invitation lists for unspecified events; and a performance report, bulk: circa 1976

Identifier: Acc.13772/75
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Correspondence touches on Edith's writing and artistic careers, with letters from publishers, literary agents, and gallerists included, amongst others. Files titled as 'correspondence from individuals' have been placed in this sub-series rather than the previous 'family and personal correspondence' sub-series as the nature of the discussions therein appear to relate more specifically to Edith's professional projects.

Dates: Majority of material found within circa 1976

Invitations and cards sent to Magnusson on various occasions., 1986-1989.

Identifier: Acc.13542/1163
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Magnusson's personal papers contain information on his trips abroad, photographs of Magnusson collected over the years, correpsondence relating to his honorary knighthood, and a copy of his CV.

Dates: 1986-1989.

Invitations and itinerary on the state visit to Iceland of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip., 1990.

Identifier: Acc.13542/654
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Files contain reseach notes relating to Magnusson's interests, the bulk of which are on Scotland and Iceland. Research notes on Vikings were kept separate by Magnusson.

Dates: 1990.

Invitations and programmes on literary events featuring Sorley Maclean., 1978-1991.

Identifier: Acc.14529/8
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Papers include Maclean's notes on literary and historical figures, correspondence with Maclean following the death of his brother Calum, and letters sent to Maclean's wife, Renee, after his death.

The Papers also contain correspondence, invitations and programmes on various literary awards and events at which Maclean was honoured and in attendence.

Dates: 1978-1991.

Invitations, menu cards and other papers of the Hibernian Fifty Club, relating to functions., 1993-1997.

Identifier: Acc.12436/7
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

Correspondence, annual reports, financial statements, fanzines and match day programmes, 1992-2005, of and relating to Hibernian Football Club collected by Philip D Thomson.

Dates: 1993-1997.

Letter, 1824, of Sir Walter Scott to Mrs Catherine Paterson, Galashiels, which originally enclosed a sum of money sent by Mrs Thomas Hughes towards Mrs Paterson`s relief.

Identifier: Acc.12389
Scope and Contents

Includes a letter, 1832, of Sir Walter Scott, 2nd Baronet, inviting the Rev Mr Williamson to attend the funeral of his father.

Dates: 1824-1832.

Letter, circa 1672, of Lady Anne Halkett to the Earl of Lauderdale (probably the 2nd Earl).

Identifier: Acc.6112
Scope and Contents

With invitation, 1860, of George Cruickshank, and other 19th century papers.

Dates: circa 1672-circa 1899.

Letters and invitations to Iain Reekie, Artistic Director of the 7:84 Theatre Company (Scotland); also containing curriculum vitae of various actors., 1997.

Identifier: Acc.12911/310
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

This collection dates mainly from after 1988, when John McGrath and Elizabeth MacLennan resigned from the company which they had established, with David MacLennan, in 1973. Following the funding crisis in 2006, the company had to leave its base in the STUC building in Glasgow, and it was at this point that much of the material in this accession was presented to the National Library of Scotland.

Dates: 1997.

Letters, invitations, photographs, cuttings and other papers of or relating to the Royal Family., 1902-1949.

Identifier: Acc.9446/147-153
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

The George Adam Smith Archive, comprising correspondence and papers, 1859-1949, of the Very Rev Sir George Adam Smith (1856-1942), theologian, Moderator of the United Free Church General Assembly, 1916, and Principal of Aberdeen University, 1910-35; of his wife Lilian, née Buchanan (1866-1949) and her family; and of their family, particularly George Buchanan Smith (d.1915) and Robert Dunlop Smith (d.1917).

Dates: 1902-1949.

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of Charles Longman., 1880-1929.

Identifier: MS.40710
Scope and Contents Letters of Charles Longman to John Murray IV, with a few letters to John Murray III and with related letters and papers.The letters concern the business relations between Longman and the Murrays and their associates. The letters are arranged chronologically:1880-1885: folios 1-15;1886-1889: folios 16-45*;1890-1895: folios 46-63;1896-1899: folios 64-88**;1900-1904: folios 89-98;1906-1909: folios 99-112***;...
Dates: 1880-1929.

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of correspondents with surnames and company names from Colvile to Conroy., 1814-1918.

Identifier: MS.40237
Scope and Contents All the letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent and by date under each name.A further letter has been added at the end of this sequence.Colvile, Henry Edward.Letters, 1907, of Sir Henry Edward Colvile to John Murray IV. Folios 1-6.Colvile, Zeline Isabelle.Postcard, 1907, of Zeline Isabelle Colvile to John Murray IV. Folio 7. Colvin, Auckland.Letters, 1895, of Sir Auckland Colvin to John Murray...
Dates: 1814-1918.

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of correspondents with surnames and company names from Hamilton, W. to Hannah., 1812-1927.

Identifier: MS.40517
Scope and Contents All the letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent and by date under each name.Hamilton, Walter Bernard.Letters, 1908, of Walter Bernard Hamilton to John Murray IV. Folios 1-3.Hamilton, William.Letters, 1812 and 1814, of William Hamilton to John Murray II. Folios 4-9.Hamilton, William.Letter, 1825, of William Hamilton to John Murray II. Folios 10-11.Hamilton, William Alexander Baillie-....
Dates: 1812-1927.

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of correspondents with surnames and company names from Horwitz to Housman., 1827-1910.

Identifier: MS.40583
Scope and Contents All the letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent and by date under each name.Horwitz, Ernst.Letters, 1904, of Ernst Horwitz to John Murray IV. Folios 1-7.Folio 3. Visiting card, ?1904, of Ernst Horwitz. Sent as an enclosure of letter, 1904, of Ernst Horwitz to John Murray IV, folios 1-2.Folios 4-5. Prospectus, ?1904, for a work entitled ‘Aryan Civilisation in the Light of Language’ by Ernst Horwitz. Sent as an enclosure of...
Dates: 1827-1910.