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Subject Source: Local sources
Scope Note: Documents containing the text of expositions of a given subject delivered before an audience or class, especially for the purposes of instruction. (AAT) Use for all lecture texts and students' notes. Index also under the subject of the lecture, and under the names of the lecturer and student where known (but not under the university or other place where the lecture was delivered). (NLS) .

Found in 502 Collections and/or Records:

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of correspondents with surnames from Brough to Brown, F., 1827-1910.

Identifier: MS.40155
Scope and Contents All the letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent and, where required, by date under each name. Some of the letters include replies. A further correspondent has been added to the end of the sequence.Brough, Joshua, 1897-1902: folios 1-10:includes letter, 1898, of H.C. Bright to Joshua Brough: folios 8-9;Brougham, Henry, 1851-1863 and undated: folios 11-52;Brougham, William, 1860-1867: folios 53-55;Broughton, Samuel,...
Dates: 1827-1910.

Lists or indexes compiled by John Murdoch Henderson, with lectures by Henderson on musical subjects and other miscellaneous material., Mid 20th century.

Identifier: MS.21710
Scope and Contents The lists or indexes are of the following material:(i) Sheet music of Scottish interest (folio 1);(ii) Printed compositions, 1930, by James Scott Skinner (folio 62);(iii) The collections, 1931, printed by the Gow family (folio 69);(iv) Scottish Country dances with tunes and alternatives found in various collections published from 1924 onwards (folio 78);(v) Tutors and collections of bagpipe music, 1948 (folio 83);(vi)...
Dates: Mid 20th century.

Literary correspondence and papers of Mollie Hunter.

Identifier: Acc.11993
Scope and Contents

Includes manuscripts of novels, short stories and non-fiction, research notes, lectures and reviews.

Dates: 1958-2000.

Literary papers, a political notebook and letters of Sir Herbert Eustace Maxwell, Politician and Author [1845-1937]. With three letters to Gavin Maxwell.

Identifier: Acc.13262
Scope and Contents

The main interest of the papers lies in the manuscripts and proofs of some of Sir Herbert’s many literary works including `Robert the Bruce and the Struggle for Scottish Independence`, 1897, `The Chevalier of the Splendid Crest`, 1900, `A Century of Empire, 1801-1900`, 1909, `Inter-alia : A Scottish Calendar of Crime and other historical essays`, 1924, and `Evening Memories`, 1932.

Dates: 1884-1937, 1945, undated

Literary papers of Christopher Murray Grieve, 'Hugh MacDiarmid'., 1923-1978, undated.

Identifier: MSS.27001-27147
Scope and Contents

Manuscripts, typescripts and proofs of poetry and prose works, including books, articles, lectures and notes. Much of the material is fragmentary, and some was reworked or copied by Hugh MacDiarmid at a later date.

Dates: 1923-1978, undated.

Manuscript and typescripts of lectures and an article by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn: `"Abnormal Psychology (Its Concepts and Theories)" by H L Hollingworth`; and, ‘Medical and Psychological Aspects of the Problem of Child Assault’., 1933-1935.

Identifier: MS.50178
Scope and Contents The papers are arranged chronologically. Where material concerning a particular work spans two or more years the papers are placed by the earliest date.1933.Psychology Discussion Class notes.Manuscript notes, February 1933, of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn on, "‘Abnormal Psychology (Its Concepts and Theories)` by H L Hollingworth". The notes would appear to have been produced for a Psychology Discussion Class, probably at the Psychology Department,...
Dates: 1933-1935.

Manuscript drafts and typescripts of a paper, ‘Freud and the Psycho-Analytical Method’, subsequently entitled ‘Freud, the Psycho-Analytical Method and Mental Health’, by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn., 1956.

Identifier: MS.50205
Scope and Contents The papers are arranged chronologically.1956.Amended carbon copy of a typescript, 1956, of a paper, ‘Freud and the Psycho-Analytical Method’, by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn. The paper was read at the summer school of the Davidson Clinic, 26 July 1956. The typescript has been amended by Fairbairn. Folios 1-9.Manuscript draft, 1956, comprised of typescript and manuscript, of an article, ‘Freud and the Psycho-Analytical Method’, by William Ronald Dodds...
Dates: 1956.

Manuscript drafts and typescripts of papers by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn: ‘What is the Super Ego?’; ‘The Super Ego Conception’; ‘Modern Views about Mental Disease’; ‘Some Points in the Analysis of a Woman without Genitalia’: and, ‘The Super Ego and Unconscious Sense of Guilt’., 1929-1931.

Identifier: MS.50176
Scope and Contents The papers are arranged chronologically.1929.‘What is the Super Ego?’.Manuscript draft and publicity, 1929, of a paper, ‘What is the Super Ego?’ read at the British Psychological Society, Scottish Branch meeting, 2 November 1929. Folios 1-36.Manuscript draft, 1929, of Fairbairn’s paper, ‘What is the Super Ego?’. Folios 1-34. Typescript and press cutting, 1929, of publicity for Fairbairn’s paper, ‘What is the Super Ego?’. Folios...
Dates: 1929-1931.

Manuscript of a course of lectures on the ‘Digest’ of Justinian.

Identifier: Adv.MSS.81.8.1-81.8.2
Scope and Contents Folios 1-16, commenting up to Book 2, Title 12, are on different paper and in a different hand; some folios (probably only 2), containing the commentary on Book 2, Title 13, have been lost after folio 16. A substantial number of folios have been lost at the end, as the commentary breaks off in Book 41, Title 2. Dates of delivery, from November 1710 to June 1711, appear regularly in the margins.It is possible that the lectures are those of James Craig, who became Professor of...
Dates: 1710-1711.

Manuscript of an article, ‘Psychoanalysis and the Teacher’, by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn; and, drafts of articles by Fairbairn on the subject of object-relationships., After 1931-before 1964.

Identifier: MS.50214
Scope and Contents The papers are arranged chronologically.After 1931.‘Psychoanalysis and the Teacher’.Manuscript, [after 1931], of a paper, ‘Psychoanalysis and the Teacher’, by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn. The paper may have been read at a meeting of the Psychology and Education Society, Edinburgh, 1931. Folios 1-20.After 1936.Draft of an article on the subject of object-relationships contrasted with libidinal attitudes.Manuscript...
Dates: After 1931-before 1964.

Manuscript of an introductory paper by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn for a `Conference on Psychotherapy for the Clergy`., 1958.

Identifier: MS.50209
Scope and Contents

Manuscript, [?1958], of a paper by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn read as the introductory paper at a ‘Conference on Psychotherapy for the Clergy, 8 May 1958’. Folios 1-10.

Original folder.

Folder, annotated by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn: ‘XC IV Introductory Paper Conference on Psychotherapy for the Clergy 8th May, 1958’. Folios 1-10 were originally enclosed by the folder. Folio 11.

Dates: 1958.