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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Unpublished sets of pages, bound or loose-leaf, either intended to have, or assembled after having, material affixed to them or writing or other images made on them.

Found in 276 Collections and/or Records:

Album containing impressions of copper plates and woodcuts belonging to the Bannatyne Club., [?1823-1861.]

Identifier: MS.2049
Scope and Contents

The plates and woodcuts were deposited with the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland by the Trustees of David Laing, 1881 (see folio i).

Loose photographs of seals, some bearing numbers corresponding with those in Henry Laing, ‘Supplemental descriptive catalogue of ancient Scottish seals’ (Edinburgh, 1866), have been pasted in at the end.

Dates: [?1823-1861.]

Album, containing notes taken by the father of Thomas Ross, the architect, of sermons preached by the Reverend John Caird, and drawings by Ross.

Identifier: MS.3646
Scope and Contents

The sermons were preached in Errol Church in 1851 (folio 1).

Some of Thomas Ross's drawings bear dates from 1858 to 1919 (chiefly architectural sketches and designs), and some are evidently juvenile. Loose drawings and a sermon (folio 94) have been pasted in.

Dates: 1851, 1858-1919, undated.

Album containing obituaries and appreciations of Richard B Haldane and related news items and correspondence cut out of newspapers and periodicals, and a few telegrams., 1928.

Identifier: MS.20223
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The papers consist of notebooks containing notes on and for lectures and essays chiefly on philosophy (MSS.20213-20219), a quantity of writings on various topics (many incomplete) written on loose sheets (MSS.20220-20222) and press cuttings concerning the death and funeral of Richard B Haldane (MS.20223).

Dates: 1928.

Album containing papers concerning the ninety-ninth and hundredth birthdays of Mary E Haldane, and telegrams of condolence to her children on her death in 1925., 1924-1925.

Identifier: MS.20209
Scope and Contents

The contents are as follows: (i) A letter of T G N Haldane and telegrams of congratulation from various people to Mary E Haldane on her ninety-ninth birthday in 1924 (folio 1);

(ii) Press cuttings concerning celebrations marking her hundredth birthday in 1925 (folio 56);

(iii) Telegrams of condolence to her children on her death in 1925 (folio 72).

Dates: 1924-1925.

Album containing, pasted in, formal letters and documents, some printed items and a number of press cuttings, 1882-1949, chiefly concerning the military career of Aylmer Haldane., 1882-1950, undated.

Identifier: MS.20259
Scope and Contents

A small number of items relate to formal and ceremonial occasions at which Aylmer Haldane was present, and to his published writings.

Also pasted in are a few items, 1943, 1945, undated, concerning Haldane’s sister Alice (numbers 164-168), and obituary notices, 1950, of him (numbers 192-194).

Dates: 1882-1950, undated.

Album, containing 'Universal grammar...' written by James Trail, Minister of St Cyrus, and lecture notes on logic by his brother David Trail, Minister of Panbride.

Identifier: MS.3125
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows.(i) 'Universal Grammar, written by James Trail ... Panbride ... 1773' (folio iv);(ii) 'A Compend of Logic, in four parts, by Robert Watson, Master of Arts, Professor of Rhetoric & Logic in the University of St. Andrews' (folio 30).From the notices on folio i, 'James Trail, May, 1775', 'To Da. Trail, 1782', and 'Bot at Dr. Trail's roup by C.R.' (i.e., Reverend Charles Rogers), it seems that the grammar was written by James...
Dates: 1773-1850.

Album containing verses by Andrew Elliot, Admiral John Elliot, the 1st Earl and Countess of Minto, George Ellis and the Countess of Malmesbury., 1791-1797.

Identifier: MS.12823
Scope and Contents From the Series:

As well as material of inherent literary or intellectual interest, the papers in this section, deriving from various members of the family, provide a record of entertainment and leisure in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

Dates: 1791-1797.

Album entitled Bird Life II compiled by John P. Ritchie., 1923-1974.

Identifier: Acc.13663/2
Scope and Contents

Album consisting largely of letters, press-cuttings and printed notices on lectures on ornithology given by John P. Ritchie and letters concerning his film of the evacuation of St Kilda. With family invitations, notices and press cuttings.

Dates: 1923-1974.

Album kept by Helen Kelly.

Identifier: Acc.8320
Dates: circa 1826-circa 1830.

Album of Adam White, the naturalist (1817-1879), entitled on the cover 'Weeds and wild flowers'.

Identifier: MS.10306
Scope and Contents A draft title-page (folio 24) suggests that in 1850 Adam White was proposing to publish a work on 'Weeds and wild-flowers loved by Wordsworth', and the first part of the album contains a collection of materials towards this purpose: drawings and engravings of wild flowers with some specimens of pressed flowers, newspaper-cuttings, and copies of letters and poems of Wordsworth.The collection of information is then extended to include other poets: Coleridge, Cowper, Southey,...
Dates: Mid 19th century-?late 19th century.

Album of caricatures by John A Hipkin: '9. Our neighbours. The deaf and their pastors'., 1883-1931, undated.

Identifier: MS.2927
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The caricatures, which date from about 1870 to 1932, the year before the artist's death, depict many celebrities of the artistic, musical, and literary worlds, by whom the house of his father, Alfred James Hipkins, the musical antiquary, was much frequented.At the beginning of MS.2919 is a biographical notice of Hipkins by his sister; there are portraits of him by her, 1879, at the beginning of MSS.2923-2924, 2926; and his own caricatures of himself appear in MSS.2919 (page 25),...
Dates: 1883-1931, undated.

Album of caricatures by John A Hipkins: '5. The Ladies. M.D's. Colonials'., 1879-1918, undated.

Identifier: MS.2923
Scope and Contents

The caricatures are especially of Mrs Edwin Edwards (with a note on her and her husband), Julia Sandeman, and Robert Russell and John Robertson of Durban. There are also some holiday sketches.

Dates: 1879-1918, undated.