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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Complete, nonperiodical printed works generally of fewer than 80 pages, often with a paper cover, sometimes short treatises on arguments or topics of current interest. For smaller printed works, of one sheet folded and not stitched or bound, use ""leaflets"" .

Found in 285 Collections and/or Records:

Copy letter books of Douglas Kinnaird., 1826-1828.

Identifier: MS.43460
Scope and Contents The two volumes here contain copies of letters of Douglas Kinnaird. They have been arranged in chronological order. After the letter books there is an uncut pamphelt of Charles Kinnaird, 8th Lord Kinnaird. This folder also holds the original boards for the folder containing the copy letter books of Douglas Kinnaird.Copy book of Douglas Kinnaird, with some folios removed, 13 June 1826-9 Apr 1828: folios 1-91;Copy book of Douglas Kinnaird, 8 July 1828-25 Nov 1828:...
Dates: 1826-1828.

Correspondence, 1807-1853, mostly of James Everson, Beverley, on the Scotch Baptist Church.

Identifier: Acc.11076
Scope and Contents

Includes transcripts, 1944, by James Idwal Jones, together with notes, essays and pamphlets on the history of the Church.

Dates: 1807-1853, 1944.

Correspondence and other material relating to the article 'True history of Lady Byron's life', in the 'Atlantic', by Harriet Beecher-Stowe., 1869-1870, 1909.

Identifier: MS.43539
Scope and Contents Correspondence has been placed in alphabetical order by correspondent surname, before related manuscripts, pamphlets and other printed material. A copy of ‘True story of Lord and Lady Byron’ has been placed with original pagination at the end of the sequence.Letter of Charles Dickens to John Murray [III], 1869: folios 1-2;Letters of Louisa Anne Emily Ellis, Baroness Seaford, to John Murray [III], 1870: folios 3-6;Letters of Whitwell Elwin to John Murray...
Dates: 1869-1870, 1909.

Correspondence and other papers, including photographs, newspaper cuttings and a pamphlet, concerning Sailors' Walk House, Kirkcaldy, a sixteenth-century building.

Identifier: MS.20761 (Part 1)-(Part 2)
Scope and Contents

The papers were kept by the donor, Miss Gwendollyn Lendrum, secretary of the committee which prevented the house’s demolition, raised funds for its restoration, and ultimately transferred it to the National Trust for Scotland.

Dates: 1933-1953.

Correspondence and papers of Douglas Young, including papers and printed material of the Scottish National Party, PEN International and other political and cultural bodies.

 Record Group
Identifier: Acc.6419 Box 1(1)-Box 108(3)
Scope and Contents

Including manuscripts and typescripts of poems, articles, reviews and lectures.

With letters of and to various correspondents, including James Bridie, C M Grieve, Neil Gunn, Eric Linklater, Naomi Mitchison, and Edwin Muir.

And documents and correspondence concerning the SNP, PEN, the Saltire Society, and other organisations.

Dates: 1890-1973, undated.

Correspondence and papers of Lieutenant Colonel John Macdonald.

Identifier: Acc.10856-is now MSS.50698-50699
Scope and Contents

Concerning Macdonald`s system of telegraphy.

Dates: 1791-1826.

Correspondence and papers of Thomas Murray.

Identifier: Acc.9083
Scope and Contents

Includes papers concerning the Spanish Civil War and the International Brigade.

Dates: 1923-1968.

Correspondence, memoranda and other papers concerning the industrial experiments carried out at Culross by Archibald, Earl of Dundonald., 1782-1788.

Identifier: MS.5379
Scope and Contents

The papers concern the extraction of tar from coal (folio 1), and improved methods of refining salt (folio 81), and include fragments of corrected page proofs of Archibald, Earl of Dundonald's pamphlet ‘The present state of the manufacture of salt’ (folio 122).

Dates: 1782-1788.

Correspondence of George Dott.

Identifier: Acc.5542
Scope and Contents

With associated nationalist booklets and pamphlets.

Dates: 1947-1954.