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Extract from registered Protest, John and James Wilson v Harding & Co., Glasgow, 1851, signed by James Gibbons, Sheriff Officer of Glasgow, with David Wallace, Glasgow as witness, 1851 promissory note of John and James Wilson to Messrs Harding & Co. Gl...

Extract from registered Protest, John and James Wilson v Harding & Co., Glasgow, 1851, signed by James Gibbons, Sheriff Officer of Glasgow, with David Wallace, Glasgow as witness, 1851 promissory note of John and James Wilson to Messrs Harding & Co. Glasgow.

Wilson family of Pollockshaws and Alva

Notebook

Containing some details of candlemaking processes, writer unidentified,

Wilson family of Pollockshaws and Alva

Letter, Glasgow, James Wilson, candlemaker, to his wife.

Refers to death of Wilson's mother, his hopes that his children will 'grow in the fear of the Lord which is the beginning of wisdom' and that his wife will soon enjoy better health; encloses cutting from unidentified newspaper describing some changes in dress during a period of Court mourning, n.d. [3pp]

Wilson family of Pollockshaws and Alva

Receipt

For renewal of annual membership subscription of the League of Nations Union in favour of William Primrose Wilson.

Wilson family of Pollockshaws and Alva

Reduced facsimiles [2]

One framed of the Grant of Arms to the Incorporation, 1923, and of a letter of enclosure from James Ness and R. Ralston Ness, Clerks to the Incorporation.

Wilson family of Pollockshaws and Alva

Letter, Glasgow

, James Ness to James Wilson, relating to Wilson's wish to become a member of the Incorporation of Bakers of Glasgow.Glasgow, James Ness to James Wilson, relating to Wilson's wish to become a member of the Incorporation of Bakers of Glasgow.

Wilson family of Pollockshaws and Alva

Letter, Glasgow

Alex Paton to 'Mr Wilson', 'returning the Burgess Ticket'.

Wilson family of Pollockshaws and Alva

Letters to Alexander Steven Wilson

While he was in N├╝rnberg from his immediate family in "Heathcote", Upper Tooting, London: James Wilson, Margaret Wilson, Helen Primrose Wilson, James Blackburn Wilson, Agnes Ann "Nancy" Wilson. Subjects include Lord Mayor's lunch, electric cars, violence at school, Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, unemployment marches, Westminister school, tours in Germany, the Boer War, attitudes to Indian culture, the British Empire, German society and customs, tram cars, royal visits to Scotland and Ireland, tariffs and trade, the new game of "La Cross", and social life in London.

Wilson family of Pollockshaws and Alva

Miscellaneous letters

Include letters from Margaret Wilson; also letters regarding Alexander Steven Wilson's departure for Germany, from Jane [to Margaret Wilson], the Bilsland family, Nora Mercer, and Helen Carrick (all 1902).

Wilson family of Pollockshaws and Alva

Miscellaneous letters

Correspondents include R.S. Tapp, James Blackburn Wilson, Helen Primrose Wilson, Nancy Wilson, and Clarkson Maynard (including photograph). Include letters to Margaret Wilson (also as "Meta") from "Jane" [Bryce?], 1908; and from Agnes Bilsland.

Wilson family of Pollockshaws and Alva

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