Collection contains photographs and negatives of weather features and AVHRR quicklook weather features; reports, statistics and user requests; correspondence between the Dundee Satellite Receiving Station (DSRS) and the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC); information boards; posters and exhibitions; articles published in newspapers and the University of Dundee Contact Magazines in respect of the DSRS, images courtesy by the DSRS, and various weather topics and issues; booklets published by the DSRS and various information sheets; various external published books in respect of the weather and climate; examples of different media types used for archiving data received at the DSRS; a hand-drawn sketch showing elevations, a frequency of coverage map, and examples of transparent overlays.
Articles written and co-written by A.C. Lendrum, 1935-1981; Articles written by various authors; 1934-1968, Manuscripts and Papers of A.C. Lendrum; 1939-1995, Correspondence of A.C. Lendrum, 1949-1985; Papers relating to staff at the Department of Pathology at University of Dundee, c 1949-1969; Miscellaneous papers and items, 1954-1980; Photographs, c 1950s
The collection includes photographs of his architectural work, portrait heads, slightly abstract figures and full figure studies including works such as Aurora, Sir Malcolm Innes (Lord Lyon King of Arms) and the "Spirit of Scotland" award. Also photographs of Ross in his studio, at events and exhibitions, including photos taken by Joseph McKenzie in 1966. Photographs of his religious works such as 'Head of Christ' and 'Madonna and Christchild.' There are also ephemera relating to his exhibitions such as the One-man Retrospective, University of Abertay 2003 plus correspondence with various people, newscuttings and journals from The Royal Society of British Sculptors.
Screenplays, inc shooting scripts, handwritten drafts by Sharp and print outs. Partial manuscripts of unpublished novels. Notebooks containing journal entries and ideas and notes. Personal letters between Sharp, his family and friends, and professional correspondence
/1 Alfred McDougall portrait on postcard, in army uniform, nd /2 Box with inscription '2187 Dundee Alfred J.G McDougall', contains 1 Special Constabulary Service medal; 1 British War Medal 1914-1918; 1 Allied Victory Medal /3 Discharge certificate, 1916 /4 Character cerificate, including reason for discharge and date, 1916 /5 Army Injury Report on McDougall, describing gunshot to the head and chest, 26th July 1918 /6 Army Injury Report on McDougall, describing his hospitalisation for bronchial pneumonia, 22nd October 1918 /7 Army Injury Report on McDougall, describing his hospitalisation for seborrhoea, 30th December 1918 /8 Protection Certificate and Certificate of Identity, 1919 /9 Soldier's Demobilization Account, 1919 /10 Certificate of Transfer to Reserve on Demobilization, 21st March 1919 /11 War Savings Association book, 1920s-1930s /12 Preservation of health on field service booklet, nd /13 Document holder for discharged soliders /14 Ration book, 1953-1954
Constitution, rules and related papers 1948-1978; minute books of Council and general meetings with related material 1947-2004; financial records 1947-1998; Programme Secretary files 1973-1998; Publication Secretary files 1952-2000; Archaeological Section reports, correspondence and notices, questionnaires and schedules relating to the Society's excursions, correspondence between Abertay Historical Society and various agencies, 1973-1996; correspondence relating to the Abertay Archaeological Section and other archaeological organisations 1959-1970; miscellaneous photographs, letters and notes 1960-c.1975; miscellaneous photographs and publications c.1972-2000; research conducted by former members 20th century; miscellaneous material. 1957-1988
Students' Asscociation society: includes correspondence, minutes of general annual meeting and committee meetings. Programme booklets for productions, 'The Boyfriend', 'The Gondoliers', 'Mikado', 'Kiss me Kate', 'Iolanthe', 'Orpheus in the Underworld', 'Godspell', 'Guys and Dolls', 'Oklahoma', 'The Merry Widow'.
Material relating to a books, manuscripts and articles written by Andrew Murray Scott: ‘Bonnie Dundee: John Grahame of Claverhouse’, 1985-2002; Letters of John Grahame of Claverhouse’, 1990; ‘Discovering Dundee: The Story of a City’, 1987-1999; ‘Tumulus’, 1998-2000; ‘Estuary Blue’, 2001; Portrait of a Smalltime Crooner: Shorter Short Stories’, 1981; ‘Dundee’s Literary Lives’, Vol. 1 and 2, 2003; ‘The Literary Lives of Dundee’, 1999; ‘A Sense of Place’, 2005; ‘Street Light: Poems and stories’, 2007; ‘The Mushroom Club’, 1989-2007; ‘The Wee book of Dundee’, 2003; ‘Modern Dundee’, 2002-2006; ‘Serving the Regent’, 2001; ‘The Salmon Ladder’, 2005.Material relating to a video documentary using ‘Discovering Dundee: The Story of a City’ as source material, script written by Andrew Murray Scott, 1996-1997.Magazines and articles, 1978-2003.Various miscellaneous documents, 1978-2007. Photographs, c 1985-2000.
Minutes and Charters Incorported 1875, Reports 1901-1972, Patients' Records 1906-1993, Staff Records 1912-1990, Financial Records 1889-c1990, Administration Records c1950-1998, Exhibition Records c 1962, Publications 1925-1989, Photographs (Glass Plate Negatives) c1910-1960. (N.B. A series for Minutes has been allocated as further accruals are expected, however none have yet been received.)
Hannay biographica: correspondence, notes and miscellaneous papers relating to research work into diamonds and other minerals carried out by James Ballantyne Hannay, Sir Robert Robertson, KBE, FRS, and others; research into the life and work of James Ballantyne Hannay, mainly by Robert HS Robertson, Dr Einar P Flint and James Revie; publications of James Ballantyne Hannay; papers and correspondence relating to the Hannay divorce and to Mrs Caroline Johnston or Hannay's Trust; papers and correspondence relating to James Ballantyne Hannay's business and legal affairs; papers and correspondence relating to Alexander Hannay's Trust and to property owned by Alexander Hannay including the Prince of Wales Theatre rebuilt as the Grand Theatre Cowcaddens, Glasgow; miscellaneous papers and newspaper articles; photographs and plans 1663 and 1842-1987.
Manuscripts of, notes for, and correspondence relating to a proposed Flora of Angus by Robert Henry Corstorphine and Mrs Margaret Corstorphine, continued by [Sir] George Taylor, mainly c.1910-1960. [See also: papers retained by Department of Biological Sciences].