Article from Gentleman's Magazine [n.d.] on John Wilson the botanist [1696-1751]. Refers in particular to A Synopsis of British Plants. 1744. [Typescript found in Ray's Synopsis Methodica Stirpium Britannicarum]. [6pp].
Concerning the Coat of Arms for the University, the Baxter family, and their role in the foundation of University College, Dundee. Main correspondents are Normile Baxter and A.A. Matheson, Deputy Secretary, University of Dundee. Items listed are not numbered in file.
Papers relating to estates of Sir George Washington Baxter, Lady Edith Baxter and Herbert Home Baxter, 1929-1938; Papers relating to estate of Miss Louisa Isobel Scott Elliot, 1935-1938; Papers relating to George Lewis Baxter,1931-1948; Papers relating to Jeanette Elizabeth Edith Grizel Baxter or Don (Nee Douglas), 1917-1934; Correspondence relating to records 2012-2014
/1 A Man For All Seasons, 1975 /2 The Wizard of Oz, 1976 /3 Honour Your Partners, 1976 /4 Hedda Gabler, 1976 /5 A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1976 /6 An' me Wi 'a Bad Leg Tae, 1976 /7 The Gay Gorbals, 1976 /8 The Homecoming, 1976 /9 Butley, 1976 /10 Music to Murder, 1976 /11 The Importance of Being Earnest, 1976 /12 Old Mother Hubbard, 1977 /13 Beyond Milk Wood, Winston and Those Who Can't, 1977 /14 After the Fall, 1977 /15 An Inspector Calls, 1977 /16 Corporal Gemmell, 1977 /17 How the Other Half Loves, 1977 /18 Present Laughter, 1977 /19 Who Was That Lady?, 1977 /20 Danny Boy, 1977 /21 Something In It For Cordelia, 1977 /22 The Winslow Boy, 1977 /23 Alice in Wonderland, 1977-8 /24 The Gingerbread Lady, 1978 /25 The Taming of the Shrew, 1978 /26 Me Jane, You Elfie! Who Needs Paisley Adams?, 1978 /27 Mrs Warren's Profession,1978 /28 See How They Run, 1978 /29 Schellenbrack (Dead or Alive), 1978 /30 Music Hall, 1978 /31 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, 1978 /32 Wha's Like Us- Fortunately!, 1978 /33 Entertaining Mr Sloane, 1978 /34 The Glass Menagerie, 1978 /35 The Deep Blue Sea, 1978 /36 The Princess and the Dragon, 1978-9 /37 Home, 1979 /38 I Have Been Here Before, 1979 /39 A Delicate Balance, 1979 /40 Julius Caesar, 1979 /41 Ten Minute Alibi, 1979 /42 You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, 1979 /43 The Boyfriend, 1979 /44 Travesties, 1979 /45 Wise Child, 1979 /46 The Gemm O Luve and Haizart, 1980 /47 Too True To Be Good, 1980 /48 The Father, 1980 /49 Cowardy Custard, 1980
Interviews recorded of members of the public who gave accounts of their experiences of living and working in India prior to 1960, in addition to photographs and publications donated to the project relating to life in India.
Professor Swinfen, History Department of the University of Dundee
CD of digital photographs of Bert Barnett and fellow architecture students including those taken in the Art College, 1967-1968, canteen, miscellaneous images 1964-1966 and 'Sleepy People' , a college band at rehearsals featuring Ric Russell and Dick Cannon amongst others; 2 printed emails giving a brief history of Bert's time at Art College and a list of captions for the photographs.
Biographical details and obituaries of University staff. Arranged in files in alphabetical order. Most of the material consists of photocopies of articles from magazines and newspapers. The biographical files were compiled by the University over a number of years and are still added to on a regular basis.
Ledgers 1838-1889, cash books 1833-1838, day books 1833-1838, miscellaneous financial records 1838-1889, annual reports 1931-1966, wages book 1856-1859, miscellaneous records including patents 1855-1892.
Scrapbook of newspaper cuttings relating to Dundee and the jute industry, the railways, local events, recipes and cures, cartoons, articles relating to women, the household and handwritten notes and poetry.
Br MS 2/1 Miscellaneous manuscripts and printed papers 1592- c1990s Br MS 2/2 Miscellaneous manuscript volumes, commonplace books and scrapbooks 15th Century - 1874 Br MS 2/3 Miscellaneous sermons c.1730-1836 Br MS 2/4 Sermons of Thomas J. Holland, Rector of Laurencekirk 1913-1948 Br MS 2/5 Tracts, prayers, treatises and lectures c.1709-c.1939