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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Albums containing a variety of items, especially when those items serve as memorabilia.

Found in 143 Collections and/or Records:

Scrapbooks containing press-cuttings, relating to Hibernian Football Club and to Scottish football in general., 1930s-1982.

Identifier: Acc.10691/55-85
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

Correspondence, drafts, notes, and working papers of Philip D Thomson of and concerning '100 Years of Hibs' (Edinburgh, 1975), being the centenary history of Hibernian Football Club co-written with Gerald Docherty. With circa 1000 Hibernian Football Club match programmes, photographs, 27 scrapbooks, fanzines and epherma, 1933-93, of and relating to Hibernian FC and Scottish football in general.

Dates: 1930s-1982.

Scrapbooks of Arthur Maurice Roth, schoolboy in Callander, containing daily observations on the progress of the Second World War.

Identifier: Acc.14009/1-36
Scope and Contents

The scrapbooks cover the period from December 1943 to August 1945. They consist of 36 notebooks in which Roth has written short notes on the progress of the war, illustrated with press cuttings he had collected.

Although it is not clear why Roth began to keep a daily record of events occurring during the war, he had an interest in military history, and keeping a record of the war on a daily basis helped to develop his knowledge of geography.

Dates: 1942-1945.

Scrapbooks of John Blackwood Greenshields., 1679-1895, undated.

Identifier: MSS.19769-19770
Scope and Contents

The scrapbooks contain letters, circulars, verse, press-cuttings, burgess-tickets, stamps, bank-notes, and miscellaneous papers of and relating to the Greenshields family. In particular, the scrapbooks reflect John Blackwood Greenshield's interest in antiquarian matters and local politics.

Dates: 1679-1895, undated.

Scrapbooks of John Hinde., 1970-1984; 1993-1995.

Identifier: Acc.14493/51-53
Scope and Contents

This series contains two original bound scrapbooks created by John Hinde to record his time as Chief Expeditions Officer on the training schooner, 'Captain Scott'. Scrapbooks primarily contain press cuttings and ephemera, with volume I also including some loose enclosures in the form of photographs, letters, notes, and ephemera. For ease, these loose items have been housed seperately in a folder alongside the volume.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1970-1984; 1993-1995.

Scrapbooks of Margaret Anna Dalrymple, Lady Newhailes, wife of Sir David Charles Herbert Dalrymple, 2nd Baronet of Newhailes., 1898-1911.

Identifier: MSS.25673-25677
Scope and Contents Covering over ten years, the scrapbooks provide an insight into the social and domestic life of a wealthy young woman of the time. The volumes consist largely of photographs many probably taken by Lady Newhailes, and autographs of family and friends, photographs and water-colour drawings of Lady Newhailes's homes at Ardwell and Newhailes, and country houses visited in Scotland and England. With programmes and tickets for various sporting and social occasions pasted in. MS.25677 relates...
Dates: 1898-1911.

Scrapbooks of Pipe Major William Ross.

Identifier: Acc.13931
Content Description

Two scrapbook volumes containing newspaper cuttings and photographs of Pipe Major William Ross and his family. The volumes were compiled by Ross's wife Edith Mary, née McGregor (d. 1942). They illustrate Ross's activities and public appearances, for example at Highland games and society weddings, but also follow reports on piping more generally. Photographs of family and friends are found in both volumes, especially the second.

Dates: Ca. 1910-ca. 1935

Scrapbooks of the predecessor bodies of Deaf Action., [1898]-1943.

Identifier: Acc.13643/109-118
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Deaf Action is a deaf-led charity which has been operating in Edinburgh since 1835. The Deaf and Dumb Congregation in Edinburgh began meeting together in 1830 following the establishment in the city of schools for deaf children. Braidwood’s Academy for the Deaf was established in 1760 and the Edinburgh Institution [later the Edinburgh Royal Institution] for the Deaf and Dumb in 1810.The Edinburgh Deaf and Dumb Benevolent Society was established in 1835 to assist deaf people in...
Dates: [1898]-1943.

Scrapbooks on various subjects of George Forbes., 1877-1918.

Identifier: Acc.13827/232-238
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The papers cover six centuries worth of family and estate papers of the Forbes, the Stuart Forbes, and the Trefusis families. Alexander de Forbes (c.1380-1448) was created the 1st Lord Forbes around 1440, the Lords Forbes of Pitsligo were descended from Sir William Forbes, brother of Alexander. The title was created in 1633 for Alexander Forbes (d.1636). His descendant Alexander Forbes, 4th Lord Forbes of Pitsligo (1678-1762) forfeited his estates following his support for the Jacobites in...
Dates: 1877-1918.

'Scraps given by the old familiars of John A. and Edith J. Hipkins. Collected by the survivor.’, Late 19th century-early 20th century.

Identifier: MS.2928
Scope and Contents

The scrap-book contains a painting and woodcuts by Joseph Crawhall (given to John A Hipkins by Charles Keene); original drawings by Birket Foster, Harrison Weir, Lawrence Alma-Tadema, J F Sullivan, John A Hipkins himself, and others; a painting by Edith J Hipkins (page 64); illustrations cut out of Punch and other reproductions; and Valentines, letters, etc., addressed to Miss Hipkins.

Dates: Late 19th century-early 20th century.

Society rules, constitution and history, with some miscelleaneous matter., 1822-1974 and undated.

Identifier: Acc.13898/17-21
Scope and Contents

Contains versions of the rules and constitution, studies of the history of the Society, photographs, newspaper cuttings and two printed works sent to the Society.

Dates: 1822-1974 and undated.

Two scrapbooks relating to Edinburgh International Festival.

Identifier: Acc.13385
Scope and Contents

Two scrapbooks, 1950-1952, compiled by Bruce Sharman, then a young actor and assistant stage manager with the Citizens` Theatre Company. He was involved in the Company`s Festival productions of `The Atom Doctor`, `Douglas` and `The Queen`s Comedy` in 1950, and their `Three Estates` in 1951. Bruce Sharman returned to the Festival in 1952 and 1953 with The Old Vic Company. The scrapbooks contain programmes, posters, photographs, reviews and ephemera.

Dates: 1950-1952.