D.J. MacDonald to Mr. Marsh. Talks about subsidised housing in Dundee and that they can only be afforded by 'people in fairly comfortable circumstances' and not shipyard labourers or jute workers as they do not earn enough. Gives examples of slums that should be cleared
Bundle of papers dealing with various issues and with different peoples opinions on them (for example, Churchill, Ramsey MacDonald, Asquith and the Dundee Advertiser. Topics are unemployment, taxation, housing, coalition, Irish question, economy, trade, education, the League of Nations and reparations.
Letter, 20 March 1911, Edinburgh. [Professor] Patrick Geddes to [J.T.] Ewen. Expects to be in Aberdeen with J.A. Thomson and is writing to Mr Clyne, an architect and to Mr Longden, Curator of the Art Galleries about the Cities and Town Planning Exhibition (1911). Asks if setting up a guarantee fund would be practicable and who are "the active people" in Dundee. [Typescript on "Cities and Town Planning Exhibition 1911" headed notepaper with signature and some additions by hand].