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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Transcribed collections of numbers, names, or other text indicating tallies of concepts collocated for any particular purpose.

Found in 1671 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence and papers of the Edinburgh International Festival Society.

 Fonds
Identifier: Acc.11779
Scope and Contents

Includes administrative papers and photographs.

Dates: circa 1956-1998.

Correspondence and papers of the Faculty of Advocates Library chiefly concerning donations.

 File
Identifier: F.R.339e/26
Scope and Contents The papers include the following.(i) Letter dated, 5th November 1851, concerning the Hutton manuscript.(ii) Letter dated, 1855, of Alexander Duff concerning the Decisions of Bengal Courts.(iii) Letter dated, 22nd January 1856, concerning the presentation of Prince Albert's 'The Natural History of Deeside'.(iv) Letter dated, 16th December 1846, of Thomas M'Crie concerning the presentaion of Baillie's sermons, 1637-1639, and a Wodrow...
Dates: 1851-1891.

Correspondence and papers of the Lamonts of that Ilk.

 File
Identifier: MS.7194
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) A list, circa 1642, of the cannon belonging to the Marquess of Argyll (folio 2);(ii) Business correspondence and papers, circa 1653-1669, of Sir James Lamont and Archibald Lamont of Stilaig, his brother, including some draft petitions of Sir James to the English commissioners in Scotland, claiming restitution for injuries inflicted on himself and his family by the Marquess of Argyll (folio 4);(iii) Business correspondence...
Dates: 1640-1893.

Correspondence between John Cam Hobhouse and John Galt., 1830.

 File
Identifier: MS.42285
Scope and Contents This correspondence between John Cam Hobhouse and John Galt follows the publication of 'Life of Lord Byron', by John Galt, 1830.The correspondence has been placed in chronological order:Letter of John Galt to John Cam Hobhouse, 28 July 1830: folios 1-2;Letter of John Cam Hobhouse to John Galt, 2 Sep 1830: folios 3-4;Letter of John Cam Hobhouse to John Galt, 2 Sep 1830: folios 5-6;Letter of John Galt to John Cam Hobhouse, 3 Sep 1830:...
Dates: 1830.

Correspondence chiefly of Thomas Marr and Edward McGegan., 1898-1901.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS.10567-10568
Scope and Contents

The correspondence concerns past and future summer meetings, and there is a detailed programme for the Edinburgh Summer Meeting of 1899 with a list of excursions and entertainments. Preparations for the Paris Exhibition are mentioned, such as advertising arrangements, and the production of circulars.

Dates: 1898-1901.

Correspondence concerning the circulation of offprints, reprints and other publications by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn., 1936-1953.

 File
Identifier: MS.50104
Scope and Contents The papers have been arranged alphabetically by theme: ‘art’, ‘communism’, ‘object relations’.Correspondence, 1937-1953, concerning papers and publications by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn on art, in particular: ‘Prolegomena to a Psychology of Art’; ‘Ultimate Basis of Aesthetic Experience’; and, “Critical Notice – ‘Psychoanalytic Explorations in Art’, by Ernst Kris”. The correspondence has been arranged alphabetically by correspondent and by date under each...
Dates: 1936-1953.

Correspondence of and collected by the Very Reverend John Lee, together with some papers., 1637-1873, undated.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS.3430-3449
Scope and Contents The earlier material (MSS.3430-3431) consists almost entirely of correspondence of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, and includes appointments of Commissioners to the Assembly from 1638 onwards; accounts of the intrusion of ministers into parishes, and similar disputes, 1702-1755; reports on the prevalence of Roman Catholicism, with lists of papists and renunciations of popery, 1703-1751; and correspondence on the supply of books especially to the Highlands, in association with...
Dates: 1637-1873, undated.

Correspondence of Samuel Brown, the chemist, and his family.

 Series
Identifier: MSS.1889-1890
Scope and Contents

Among Samuel Brown's more frequent correspondents, outside the family, are Thomas Aird, George Combe (the phrenologist), Sydney Dobell, and Coventry Patmore; those of his widow and daughter (the donor) include Alexander Anderson ('Surfaceman') and Harriet Martineau.

Dates: 1833-1910, undated.

Correspondence of the Reverend James Morton., 1811-1875, undated.

 File
Identifier: MS.3381
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) Letters, 1811-1875 (folio 1), chiefly about John Leyden, the publication of his life and works and the sale of his books and manuscripts, but including several dealing with the Reverend James Morton's own affairs and an account of Van Diemen's Land, extracted from a letter (folio 175);(ii) Newspaper-cuttings relating to John Leyden, 1811-1861 (folio 193);(iii) Youthful letter of Morton and list of woven goods, undated (folio...
Dates: 1811-1875, undated.