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Pamphlets.

 Subject
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:

Papers relating to events and campaigns organised by Engender., 1996-2003.

 File
Identifier: Acc.13806/30
Scope and Contents

Including leaflets advertising Engender conferences, 'Women's Manifesto' for 2003 Scottish Parliament elections, and Engender booklet 'More Women, More Voices'.

Dates: 1996-2003.

Part of corrected proof copy of Sir Compton Mackenzie, "Rogues and Vagabonds" (1927).

 Collection
Identifier: Acc.9034
Scope and Contents

With:

160 pamphlets and periodicals, 1893-1970 and undated, from Mackenzie`s library

fivle letters, 1935-1951, to Mackenzie.

Dates: 1893-1970 and undated.

Pencil and ink sketches by Wendy Wood, Scottish Nationalist, of children performing at concerts of the Waddell School of Music, Edinburgh.

 File
Identifier: Acc.12877
Scope and Contents

Includes press cutting and printed "Memories of the Waddell School of Music" (1988).

Dates: 1969-1977.

Personal and political papers of John McDiarmid Airlie with printed papers and photographs of Robert McGregor Airlie and some printed songbooks and music.

 Collection
Identifier: Acc.13203
Scope and Contents Personal and political papers, 1899-1953, of John McDiarmid Airlie (1886-19), Labour Councillor and Parliamentary candidate to Ayr Burghs, related to his involvement in the Trade Union and Labour movement.The collection includes some interesting correspondence from Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald (1866-1937) and from Labour Ministers of Fuel and Power Hugh Gaitskell (1906-1963) and Philip Noel-Baker, Baron Noel-Baker (1889-1982). It also includes some printed papers and...
Dates: 1899-1960.

Photocopies of front endpapers of a copy of Robert Moffat, "Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa" (London, 1842).

 Item
Identifier: Acc.9078
Scope and Contents

Contains:

signatures of Robert Moffat and his family

presentation by Moffat to John W Sheldon

signatures of David Livingstone and H M Stanley

pamphlet on Sarah Roby, an African girl brought to England by Moffat

photograph of Stanley.

Dates: 1842.

Photographs, by Hamish Brown, of expeditions from Braehead School, Buckhaven.

 File
Identifier: Acc.12595
Scope and Contents

Inlcudes photograph of the Bass Rock from MV Gardyloo and related printed material.

Dates: circa 1965-1985.

Poems in Scots of the Reverend James Melville, minister of Kilrenny, mostly on religious themes

 File
Identifier: Adv.MS.19.2.7
Scope and Contents The contents of the manuscript are as follows:(i) Sonnets and short poems, some relating to Andrew Melville, written in 1610 and 1611 (folio 1). (ii) Copy of Hugh Broughton`s pamphlet `A Petition to the Lords to examine the religion and cariage of R. Ban[croft] Archbishop. Anno.1608` (folio 12).(iii) `A Preservative from Apostasie or the Song of Moses ... translated out of Hebrew and put in metre first shortly neere the text and than more at large...
Dates: 1606-1611.

Political, academic and personal papers of John Pitcairn Mackintosh, political academic and MP for Berwick and East Lothian.

 Fonds
Identifier: Acc.13476/1-319
Scope and Contents John Pitcairn Mackintosh (1929-1978) was a political scientist, professor of Politics at Edinburgh University and a Labour MP for Berwick and East Lothian (1966-1974, 1974-1978). He was pro-Europeist and pro-devolutionist and campaigned in favour of a yes vote during the 1979 Referendum on a Scottish Aseembly.The material consists of the personal and academic papers detailing Mackintosh’s political and academic career. The papers document his many academic ventures including his...
Dates: 1927-1978, undated.

Political papers, including correspondence, press cuttings, and minutes, of Frank Yeaman, with some personal and miscellaneous papers. Also included is material relating to the early days of the Scottish National Party.

 Fonds
Identifier: Acc.12944/1-41
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a mixture of personal (1931-1942) and political papers (1935-1985). The political papers reflect his activity as SNP candidate for East Edinburgh at the 1945 general election as well as his involvement in nationalist politics in Scotland and particularly in Edinburgh. It also contains material relating to the early days of the SNP, including organizational records of the party and an interesting group of newsletters and nationalist literature dealing with a broad...
Dates: Circa 1930-1985.

Press cuttings and pamphlets collected by Ian Rankin as research for his novel ‘Mortal Causes’; with a cover proof of the novel., 1987-1997.

 File
Identifier: MS.50367
Scope and Contents Press cuttings and leaflets, 1987-1993, collected by Ian Rankin as research for his novel ‘Mortal Causes’. Folios 1-107.Newspaper clippings. Folios 1-69.The newspaper and magazine cuttings and pages contain articles relating to plot and character development for Rankin’s novel ‘Mortal Causes’.The cuttings are arranged by topic. Within each topic, the articles are arranged chronologically, with those undated at the end of each topic.Police...
Dates: 1987-1997.

Printed pamphlet by Sir Gilbert Elliot 2nd Baronet, Lord Minto, entitled ‘Proposals for carrying on certain Public Works in the City of Edinburgh’, [1752], with manuscript alterations and additions possibly in the hand of Sir Gilbert Elliot, 3rd Baronet.

 Item
Identifier: MS.19979
Scope and Contents

The proposals concern the need for certain public buildings, including those which eventually became Register House, the Signet Library, the Court of Session, and the North Bridge.

Dates: [1752, or after.]

Printed pamphlet entitled 'Narrative of a singular case of illegal oppression and persistent persecution'., 1877.

 Item
Identifier: MS.8115
Scope and Contents

The pamphlet concerns the treatment of Francis A E Dalrymple in the Bengal Civil Service from 1844-1854. In 1873, Dalrymple became a tenant on Springwood Park estate.

Dates: 1877.