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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Brief outlines or explanations of the order to be pursued, criteria for participation, or the subjects embraced in a given event or endeavor. Includes lists of the features composing a dramatic or other performance, with the names of participants.

Found in 308 Collections and/or Records:

20th century printed material., 1924-1983, undated.

Identifier: Acc.8695/252-299
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: This collection, while primarily composed of the letters and papers of Esther Chalmers herself, and reflecting her own life and activities, also reflects those of her family, from her grandparents to her nieces and nephews, and of her friends, both in Britain and abroad. The papers concern mostly her own life and her association with Lucie Dejardin, the Belgian socialist, with papers concerning her kinfolk the Lorimers of Kellie (particularly James Lorimer and J H Lorimer) and her father Sir...
Dates: 1924-1983, undated.

Annotated typescript of Stewart Conn, of 'Poèmes et traductions', with a copy of the festival programme for the 22e Festival Franco-Anglais de Poésiè held in Paris in May 1999., 1999.

Identifier: Acc.12098/46
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Literary papers, 1961-1999, of Stewart Conn (b. 1936), a poet and playwright who was for many years a drama producer for BBC Radio Scotland. These papers includes correspondence, typescripts and a small number of manuscript drafts of poetry, and scripts of plays and adaptations for stage, radio and television.Many of the scripts in this collection have never been published, but it includes manuscripts and typescripts relating to the following published works: 'The Chinese tower'...
Dates: 1999.

Assortment of brochures, newsletters and publications, 1959, 1998-2008

Identifier: MS.50818
Scope and Contents This file contains a copy of the Ladies' Ski Club Bulletin (November 1959); an undated edition of the New Departures literary journal; The Royal Scots Club newsletter September (2003); Musselburgh Collection of Cookery Books sale catalogue (May 1998); National Galleries of Scotland newsletter (December 2003); Edinburgh Sir Walter Scott Club bulletin (2003); Italian Cultural Institute summer programme (2008); Scottish Society programmes (1999-2000); and Friends of the Edinburgh International...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1959, 1998-2008

Away match programmes of Hibernian Football Club., 1995-2003.

Identifier: Acc.12436/47-49
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

Correspondence, annual reports, financial statements, fanzines and match day programmes, 1992-2005, of and relating to Hibernian Football Club collected by Philip D Thomson.

Dates: 1995-2003.

Cards and letters of Harry Lauder to W. Lockyer.

Identifier: Acc.14019
Scope and Contents

Includes two autographs and one signed photograph (1937) of Harry Lauder; programme of Command Performance at Balmoral Castle, 5 September 1924; some photographs probably of W. Lockyer and members of his family.

Dates: 1923-1929.

Clubs and societies papers of Robert Blair Wilkie., 1945-1998.

Identifier: Acc.12765/6-8
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The collection consists of correspondence, publications and papers of Robert Blair Wilkie (1913–1998) and his family. Robert Blair Wilkie was the curator of the Old Glasgow Museum 1965-1998 (formerly known as the People’s Palace Museum). Active member of the Scottish Nationalist movement (joined Scottish Nationalist Association under John MacCormick in 1937), in 1945 he was the SNP candidate in West Renfrewshire, and in the following year he was appointed editor of the Scots Independent...
Dates: 1945-1998.

Concert programmes, with music played, and other musical compositions of William Bowie., 1958-1966.

Identifier: MS.21875
Scope and Contents

The contents are as follows: programme, 1958, of a ceremony at the Royal High School commemorating Robert Ferguson, with a sketch of music played (folio 1); programme, 1965, of concert at the School with music of some of the works played (folio 4); sketches and fair copies of some of William Bowie's published works arranged chronologically (folio 28), works intended for publication (folio 54); unpublished works, 1961-1966, arranged chronologically (folio 71).

Dates: 1958-1966.

Corrected full score of 'Thomas the Rhymer', an opera in four acts by David Johnson.

Identifier: MS.22152
Scope and Contents The opera is based on the Border ballad collected by Sir Walter Scott (folio 1).Of the many corrections the most substantial are the additional leaves at folios 11, 21, 35, 38 (formerly stapled to folio 39), 45 (formerly stapled to folio 44) 46, 53-54, 57 and 100 (formerly stapled to folio 101). Leaves are cut out after folio 80 and 108.The score is preceded by a typed press release (folio i) and a printed programme (folio iii) of the premiere, which was performed in...
Dates: 1974-1976.

Correspondence and papers concerning publications of Seton Gordon., 1914-1970, undated.

Identifier: Acc.7451 Box 20(1)-(11)
Scope and Contents From the Record Group:

Including diaries, correspondence, photographs, and articles, mainly concerning natural history and piping.

Dates: 1914-1970, undated.

Correspondence and papers concerning the Chelsea Reel Club, kept by Hugh Rose Foss.

Identifier: Acc.14532
Content Description

Correspondence, membership and guest lists, ball programmes, dance cards and notebooks, 1934-ca. 1992, concerning the running of the Chelsea Reel Club and its regular dances and balls.

The archive was maintained by Hugh Rose Foss, better known for his war-time career as a code breaker. The Club was founded by friends of Foss's wife in 1935. Foss initially acted as Vice-Chairman, and became Chairman in 1938.

Dates: 1934-1992

Correspondence and papers, including typescripts, proofs and financial records, of Akros Publications, 'Akros' magazine and Duncan Glen.

Identifier: Acc.7125 Box 1(1)-Box 46(2)
Scope and Contents

Including manuscripts, typescripts, and proofs of poems, articles, and reviews, with correspondence and accounts.

Dates: 1962-1976, undated.

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

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.