Press cuttings. Information artifacts.
Found in 2179 Collections and/or Records:
Includes notes on Goethe, research in the Advocates' Library, and Ralph Waldo Emerson. Also includes some newspaper cuttings of articles written by Carlyle with coments on the articles.
Includes cuttings from newspapers and magazines, portraits, broadsides, genealogical tables and notes. Also includes notes on cases on which Maidment was working.
14 volumes of press cuttings compiled by Dr Lachlan Grant concerning social conditions in the Highlands.
Includes book and press cutting.
A portion of the 'Orkney Sea Snake', widely known as the 'Beast of Stronsay', sent to Lord Byron; with correspondence, a transcription and press cutting concerning the same, , 1815-1977.
A scrapbook of ephemera, news cuttings and photographs, containing information and illustrations of pipers and bagpipes mainly in Scotland, Ireland and Northumberland. Most of the material bears no date, but some items are dated 1929-1932. A copy of James Robertson's 'The Highland Bagpipe' is thought to date from [ca. 1935]. Among the photographs are some of Gilbert Askew himself holding Highland and Northumbrian pipes respectively.
A series of notebooks containing biographical information on British poets used, or intended to be used, in the publication of a dictionary of British poets., Mid 19th century.
The notebooks serve more as an assortment of information - notes, press cuttings and documentary evidence, such as copies of wills - to be used in the preparation of the specific entries of the dictionary, than as a considered manuscript. In many cases only the heading of the name of the poet has been entered.
None of the volumes has an index.
Academic and literary correspondence of Professor Alastair Fowler, with some drafts of works and press cuttings.
This accession is one of several in the National Library of Scotland covering mainly incoming correspondence, but also containing copies of some outgoing letters and other literary material.
Acc.12015/57 gives biographical details on individual correspondents.
The account book consists of copies of accounts received from the Colombo agents and newspaper cuttings of the sale of the estate in 1864 and 1865 on Dugald Bremner's bankruptcy and death (folios 11,19).
Account of the manuscript of 'The Talisman' by Sir Walter Scott, preserved in the State Historical Museum at Moscow, with photographs and relative articles and correspondence., 1934.
Account of time as a nurse at the King George V Seamen`s Memorial Hospital, Malta, of Miss J G M Allan.
Includes a letter, press cuttings and a newsletter.
A set of 11 sheets of copies of press cuttings recording the achievements of Donald Thomson and honours given to him, probably intended for display. The last dated item copied taken from 'Aithris' no. 7 (Winter 1992).