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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Images designed for viewing by transmitted light. Most often refers to transparent positive photographs; can also refer to transparent nonphotographic images that are designed for projection viewing or as intermediates for reproduction.

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Colour 35mm slides and transparencies illustrating banknote and cheque production of George Waterston and Sons; with black and white prints of graphic artwork., [1970-1980].

Identifier: Acc.12235/256
Scope and Contents From the Record Group: The business records, 1768-2002, of George Waterston and Sons, Ltd, Edinburgh, specialist printers, manufacturing and retail stationers, and sealing wax manufacturers. The papers also include material relating more particularly to the Waterston family.In addition to business records, the collection includes papers relating to the Waterston family or to the history of the business collected by various family directors, series of family and business photographs, sample specimens of...
Dates: [1970-1980].

Correspondence, notes, photographs and audiotapes of Dr Alice G. Vines relating to her book `The MacDonald Women: Margaret and Ishbel`.

Identifier: Acc.13629/1-21
Scope and Contents Correspondence, research papers, photographs and audio tapes, 1904-1994, of Dr. Alice Gilmore Vines (1923-2009) relating to her PhD thesis on Margaret Ethel Gladstone MacDonald (1870-1911) and Ishbel MacDonald (1903-1982), James Ramsay MacDonald’s wife and daughter.Dr. Vines collected this material in the course of her research for an intended biography of the two women. Over a number of summers she visited Ishbel in Lossiemouth and corresponded with her. Unfortunately, she had...
Dates: 1904-1994

Papers of George Renfrew Wilson relating to his unpublished biography of David Young Cameron.

Identifier: Acc.13488 Box 1(1)-Box 6(3)
Scope and Contents

The collection comprises research papers and typescripts of a biography of Sir David Young Cameron which seemingly was close to publication, probably by Paul Harris, Edinburgh in the early 1980s. The anecdotal evidence is that some kind of disagreement stopped publication.

The papers include typescripts, correspondence, exhibition catalogues and press cuttings.

Dates: c 1944-1980.

Photographic slides of Tom Weir., 1960-1994.

Identifier: Acc.13059/471-481
Scope and Contents There are here a number of slides taken by Tom Weir, including some glass slides. Many of the slides have been rehoused for preservation reasons. They were originally in boxes, some of which contained annotations of Weir. This information has been retained in the scope and contents note for each record. Please note: i. the description in the scope and content note is taken from Tom Weir’s labelling (sometimes incorrect) ii. square bracketed text was added by Robin Campbell of...
Dates: 1960-1994.

Ring binder containing photographic transparencies, most unmounted, and negatives by Chris Horobin and Marshall Anderson relating to The Attic Archive., Undated.

Identifier: Acc.13227 Box 45
Scope and Contents

The photographs feature artists, artworks and studios. Artists included are Robin Crozier, Steve Dilworth, James Hawkins and Shona MacInnes.

Dates: Undated.

Various photographic negatives and transparencies., Undated.

Identifier: Acc.7451 Box 23(12)
Scope and Contents From the Record Group:

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

Dates: Undated.