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Autograph book: Emily Walker's 'Confessions'

  • MS 360
  • Collection
  • 1913-1918
Confessions' album includes sketches, poems and answers to questions, with contributions by Joseph Lee, Arthur M Watson, JM, DD Stiven and others.

Evelyn Walker

D.R. Robertson Collection

  • MS 115
  • Collection
  • 1875-1933
Illustrations of the flora of Forfarshire and of the Natural Method of Arrangement. After the style of the Herbaria prepared by William Gardiner of Dundee 1915; reprints mainly relating to botany in Perthshire 1875-1933

David Robert Robertson

Edith Philip Smith, F.R.S.E., Lecturer in Botany

  • UR-SF 12
  • Collection
  • 1926-1960
E.P. Smith's notes dealing with botanical research work and teaching, with particular reference to Quercus (the oak); Tilia; Acer; and Platanus. Manuscript and typescript, with illustrations. c.1927-1951 Items concerning scientific expedition sent out by University College, Dundee, to island of South Rona in July 1933. E.P. Smith, Botanist and co-leader. [See also UR-SF 2/2/1(8) and Recs A/649/92]

Edith Philip Smith

Embryo - Dundee Textile Artists

  • MS 317
  • Collection
  • 1980-c 1999
Minutes, correspondence, publicity and membership material relating to Embryo - Dundee Textile Artists.

Embryo - Dundee Textile Artists

Professor George Howard Bell, Department of Physiology

  • UR-SF 30
  • Collection
  • 1920-1976
Black and white portraits of eminent visitors to the College or University, particularly physiologists and other medical professionals, who gave lectures to the University's Philosophy and Science Group which Professor Bell was instrumental in founding 1950-1976; signatures c.1951-1974; letters 1951-1974; 35mm colour transparencies covering a wide geographical area and a variety of subjects but, in particular architectural sculptures and carving c.1920-1985.

Professor George Howard Bell