(1-3) Correspondence concerning Whyte's memories and involvement in the Bengal project, 1993 (4-11) Photographs of people and buildings, fully annotated and with contextual information, 1930s (12-13) MS notes [6pp] giving details of Whyte's life and the general routine of living and working in India, with accompanying letter, 1993
(1-31) Photographs, many annotated, of scenery, sights, unknown compound and Fairburn's machinery. Also photographs of groups of men at leisure and in uniform. [MS 417/9(23) likely to be John Webster], 1930s (32) Bengal Project temporary deposit form 
G-G6. General documents 1959-1987. From incorporation of Giddings and Lewis Machine Tool Company and Douglas Fraser and Sons Limited to form Giddings and Lewis-Fraser Limited. Includes Certificate of Incorporation, Articles of Association 1959, 1968, 1981, particulars of directors, documents relating to public listing, documents relating to private listing. A-A6. Annual Returns and Accounts. 1977-1986. M. Mortgage documents. 1968, 1974. MR. Mortgage register. 1968.
This box contains 193 comics ranging in date from 2005 to 2009 with the majority being from 2008 and 2009. Most of the comics are single issues with the exception of (1) Two-Face Year One 1 graphic novel. The majority of the comics are published by DC Comics while there are still titles from Wildstorm and Vertigo as well. There are two comics published by Tangent under the title Tangent: Superman's Reign. Some of the Wildstorm titles include World of Warcraft, Ex Machina, Prototype, The X-Files, Resident Evil and The Authority. Some of the DC titles include Will Eisner's The Spirit, Wonderwoman, Batman, Justice League of America, Amazons Attack, Wondergirl, Catwoman, Justice, Final Crisis and Birds of Prey. Some of the Vertigo titles include Scalped, Deadman, DMZ, Army@Love, and Fables. Issues of interest include Justice League of America #109 and #110 which have a yellow Forbidden Planet sticker for £1.55, Justice Society of America #68 which has a yellow Forbidden Planet Glasgow sticker on it for £1.80, the Archive Sampler of the Silver Age from 2004, and the issue of Batman Deathmask which has the cover on the back side as it is to be read as a manga. Many of the comics in this box have rusty staples, are filmy to the touch, and have water damage. One of note is Wonderwoman #2 which has a damaged cover and back with water damage. They are all still able to be read. Duplicates of the titles Justice League of America #114, Wonderwoman #1, and Justice Society of America #79 have been removed.
This box contains 201 comics ranging from September 2004 to March 2013 with the majority being from 2005, 2008, and 2009. They consist of single-issue comics published by DC, Vertigo, and Wildstorm. There is also one DC/Wildstorm crossover comic titled Dreamwar, and two comics published by Tangent comics titled Tangent: Superman's Reign (2008). Tangent was an imprint of DC from 1998 to 1998 that was revised in 2008 and 2015. It focused on reimagining DC imprinted characters in new lights at the hands of Dan Jurgens. Some of the DC titles include Justice League Elite, Will Eisner's Spirit, Suicide Squad, Joe Kubert presents, Justice Leage of America, Batlash, JSA vs. Kobra, Supergirl, Wonderwoman, JSA Classified, Batgirl, and Teen Titans. Some of the Vertigo titles include Deadman, Loveless, Scalped, Northlanders, and American Virgin. Some of the Wildstorm titles include Gears of War, Wildcats, 100 Bullets, and Supernatural. Many of the 2008 comics have rusty staples, damaged covers and pages, but can still be read. One duplicate issue of Blackest Night Green Lantern #52 was removed.
Snapshots in a Boots envelope marked "Phyllis Bilborough" on the front, including a few negatives. The photos appear to mainly be of Billrough's family, including her daughter, Roselyn - for example, of her sitting on a table outside at the age of one - and of the Fay family; however there is also a packet with photos of London and the Beaulieu River. Also included in the envelope is a greeting card from the Fay family to Phyllis, a small, "Reformation Stories" booklet about George Wishart, and a slip of paper with a picture of Saint Devota on one side and a prayer to her in French on the other.
Those marked* possibly need moved to MS 432/2 List of 'Contemporaries of Peter Grant', including Wordsworth, Napoleon, Wilberforce and Keats amongst others, n.d. Unattached sheet, possibly discussing Peter Grant's papers, n.d.. 'Righ nan uamhas' and 'Gealladh An t-slanaighear' Gaelic hymns written by Peter Grant, nd. Torn letter to 'Willie' Glass regarding his trip to Aberdeen, asking him to look for a portrait of Peter Grant, September 1948 'Notes for a sermon: "Why will ye die?"' pamphlet by Rev. Peter Grant, February 1920 Pamphlet. 'Laoidhean Spioradail', n.d. Bundle of news cuttings and other papers relating to life and times of Peter, n.d. 'Memoir of Mr Peter Grant', detailing Peter Grant and his life, n.d. Part of a paper describing a preaching of Peter Grant and others talking about Peter Grant, n.d Paper about Peter Grant, giving a birth date of 30 January 1783. Mentions that his mother was 'of the Stuarts' and that he was forced to read English even though he did not understand it, n.d. Notes about Peter Grant's hymns, n.d. 'Songs and Hymns of the Gael' by L. MacBean, Stirling, 1900. Includes ms and typed lists of Peter Grant's hymns, [1900's?] Notes on Grantown and involvement of the Church, n.d. Notes of Gaelic translations and descriptions of P. Grant, n.d. Notes on the life and family of Grant, n.d. 'Bright Words for Pilgrims Heavenwords' pamphlet mentioning Grant's 'spiritual hymns', September 1926 'Tunes to the Dain Spioradail of Peter Grant'. Collection of various hymns by Grant, n.d. Timeline of events around Grant's life, including Old Statistical Account and Gaelic bible, n.d. Notes relating to Grant's birth date and confusion surrounding it, n.d. 'Any information?' Notes concerning questions about Grant's hymns and information to be collected, n.d. Questions around spellings of words in "Sketch of my own Life and Times and A History of the Baptist Church Greentown and the Progress of Religion in Strathspey from the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century", n.d. *['Notes for lecture on Padruig Grannd Nan Oran for the Gaelic Society of Perth'. February 1917 - move to MS 432/2?] Letter to Mr Houden regarding poems sent, and how author's grandfather enjoys Grant's hymns, 1926 'Index to the Sermon Notes of Padruig Grannd Nan Oran.', n.d. 'Notes on the M. S.' Regards confusion over P. Grant birth date, n.d. 'Enquire.' Notes about the period when Grant was alive, including statistics about Gaelic, n.d. *Drafts of 'Peter Grant'. Explores Grant's life and times, n.d. Typed notes, probably of 'Peter Grant' biography, n.d. Notes of 'Padruig Grannd Nan Oran 1783-1867.', n.d. Collection of translated hymns. 5 volumes including 39 works in total, n.d. Pamphlet. 'Oranan nuadh spioradail'. Contains Gaelic hymns, 1869 Newspaper cutting, "Oban Times", regarding advertising Grant's Gaelic hymns, July 1923. Photographs  of Peter Grant, as a younger and older man, and of his memorial, n.d. 'Part II Pieces in Poetry', signed by 'Mr Peter Grant', n.d. [damaged] Letters relating to Parruig Grannd nan-Oran, March to August 1918 Versions of orders of service for 'Unveiling and Dedication of the Memorial Tablet to Rev. Peter Grant', August 1926 Envelope containing English translations of Grant's hymns, n.d. 'The Strathspey News' article, 'Peter Grant's Gaelic Spiritual Hymns' by Rev. McGregor, Duthil, September 11 1926 Letter discussing Peter Grant and his relatives, November 1919 *'Nuadh Dhain Spioradail le Paruig Grannd.' Belonged to Grant-Robinson with date December 1919. Contains Grant's Gaelic hymns. [Move to MS 432/2] Letter from Muriel King to Mrs Robinson expressing sympathy for her husband's death and mentions involvement with Peter Grant, September 1951. Description of Strathspey, n.d. Note headed 'Peter Grant'. Possibly a translation of a hymn, n.d. Notes regarding translating from Gaelic to English, n.d. Envelope 'Home Mission Reports.' Nothing inside. Belonged to Rev. Peter Grant 'the Poet Preacher.' 'Report 1850.' Mentions Peter Grant and his son and how many people have joined the church, 1850 Torn [letter?] from Dublin Street Baptist Church, Edinburgh, October 1805 *'Diamond Jubilee Memorial.' 'An appeal from the Women of Great Britain and Ireland for extending Civil and Religious Liberties to Women enclosed in Convents.' A petition for the previously mentioned liberties, sent to the Queen. All the Grant family have signed. 1897. [Move to MS 432/2] Photocopies of pages from '1831 Report', '1832 Report' and '1833 Report.' Discusses Peter Grant's tours of Scotland with Mr Hutcheson and his experiences, [20th century] Pamphlets, 'The Story of our Highland Mission' by Percival Waugh, 1903, and 'A Short Historical Outline of Newburgh Baptist Church' 1920 'Sudden Death of the Master Grant.' Details of responses to death of F. W. Grant, Esq, April 1840, n.d. *'County and City of Perth Royal Infirmary.' An appeal for donations towards the hospital on Hospital Sunday. c1938. Draft religious story , n.d. 'List of members.' June 1894 ' The Oban Times'. Includes portrait of Peter Grant, 'a famous Gaelic hymn writer' with mentions of previous correspondence, 12 January 1918 Photograph of Baptist Church Grantown-on-Spey, where Peter Grant's memorial is visible, n.d. Typed notes: 'Confidential Autobiographical Sketch by Peter Grant'. 'Sketch of my Life and Times and a History of the Baptist Church Grantown and the Progress of Religion in Strathspey from the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century, [20th century?] Copies  of Grant's hymn, 'Eb Slowly, Tenderly', n.d. 'Fifeshire Advertiser' feature on Spiritual Songs by Rev. Peter Grant, July 1926 'The Strathspey Herald.' Mention of 60 year anniversary of Peter Grant's death, September 1926 'Is the Spirit of the Lord Straitened?' Book with 'Peter Grant' written on front cover, 1858 'Missionary Intelligence.' Pamphlet containing a sketch of the origin and progress of the Church as Grantown by Rev. P. Grant, June 1854 'Scottish Baptist Magazine.' Mentions death of Rev P. W. Grant, son of Rev. P. Grant, July 1902 Typed notes from "Stewart's College" magazine in Edinburgh. Copied by owner 'because I liked it', June 1919.
/1 'The New Theology and the old facts' by Norval Scrymgeour, n.d. /2 'Local veto and the book' by W. Blackwood, 1908 /3 'Dundee Worthies' by George Martin, 1934. /4 'Poetic Gems selected from the works of William McGonagall', 1890 /5 'Excursion Guide - Dundee 1912' by British Association, 1912 /6 'The River Tay' by William Reid, n.d. /7 'The Church: Shams in Pulpit and Pew' by a Dundonian, n.d. /8 'Annals of Scotland' by George Blake 1895-1955 /9 'The Late James Scrymegour', c 1887 /10 'Life of James Scrymgeour' by William Norrie, 1887. /11 'Norman Law and The Reekie Linn' by James Scrymgeour, 1875 /12 'The Dundee Christmas Annual- Dundee Stories for Dundee Folk' by Norval Scrymgeour, 1893 /13 'Guide to Remarkable Monuments in the Howff, Dundee' by A. C. Lamb, 1892 /14 'In Memoriam The Hon. Mrs Oglivy', nd. /15 'A visit to the Eastern Necropolis' by Norval Scrymgeour, 1873 /16 'Robert Burns and Dundee- The true story of his visit' by A.S., 1897 [2 copies] /17 'William Ellery Channing - His Religious and Social Thought' by Anne Holt, 1942
Miscellaneous papers relating to the 'Countess of Derby' including correspondence to Messrs James Allison & Sons from Captains Law and Rollo, masters of the 'Countess of Derby', giving progress reports of its voyage from Penzance to Glasgow, Valparaiso, Chincha, Queenstown and Hamburg for period 1894-1896; printed bill of sale relating to the barque, 'Countess of Derby', 1895; letters and telegrams to Messrs James Allison & Sons, relating mainly to the sale of the 'Countess of Derby', dated 1895; and correspondence to Messrs James Allison & Sons, from Captain Watkins and others, relating to the voyage of the 'Countess of Derby' to Buenos Aires, Adelaide, Wallaroo, Falmouth, Penzance, Newport, Roslare, Iquique, Liverpool, Garston, Penaste, Valparaiso, Chanoral, Genoa, New York, 1889-1894. Also contains Charter parties for the 'Countess of Derby', 1879-1895; balance sheets of the 'Countess of Derby'. 1878-1895; memorandum of agreement between the owners of the barque, 'Countess of Derby', of Dundee, and Messrs James Allison & Sons, Shipowners, Dundee, 1878; formal papers relating to the freeboard marking of the 'Countess of Derby', 1891, and apprentice's indenture with Mathew Allison, Shipowner, Dundee, in favour of Alfred Brown, 1890. Folder also contains miscellaneous papers including invoices relating to the 'Countess of Derby'. 1895; contract of sale of the 'Countess of Derby', to Mr A. Berentson. 1895; and Bills of sale relating to the 'Countess of Derby'. 1877-1895.
/1 Classic Comics No. 3 The Count of Monte Cristo (1941) Gilberton Company /2 Classic Comics No. 4 The Last of the Mohicans (1941) Gilberton Company /3 Classic Comics No. 10 Robinson Crusoe (nd) Gilberton Company /4 Classic Comics No. 11 Don Quixote (nd) Gilberton Company /5 Classic Comics No. 12 Rip Van Winkle and the Headless Horseman (nd) Gilberton Company /6 Classic Comics No. 13 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (nd) Gilberton Company (cover half torn) /7 Classic Comics No. 14 Westward Ho! (nd) Gilberton Company /8 Classic Comics No. 15 Uncle Tom's Cabin (1946) Gilberton Company /9 Classic Comics No 16 Gulliver's Travels (nd) Gilberton Company /10 Classic Comics No. 17 The Deer Slayer (1946) Gilberton Company /11 Classic Comics No. 18 The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1946) Gilberton Company /12 Classic Comics No. 20 The Corsican Brothers (nd) Gilberton Company /13 Classic Comics No. 21 Three Famous Mysteries (nd) Gilberton Company /14 Classic Comics No. 22 The Pathfinder (nd) Gilberton Company /15 Classic Comics No. 23 Oliver Twist (nd) Gilberton Company [missing front and back cover] /16 Classic Comics No. 24 A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (nd) Gilbertson Company /17 Classic Comics No. 25 Two Years Before the Mast (1945) Gilberton Company /18 Classic Comics No. 27 The Adventures of Marco Polo (nd) Gilberton Company /19 Classic Comics No. 29 The Prince and the Pauper (1946) Gilberton Company /20 Classic Comics No. 31 The Black Arrow (1946) Gilberton Company /21 Classic Comics No. 34 Mysterious Island (1947) Gilberton Company /22 Classic Comics Library No. VI A Tale of Two Cities (nd) Gilberton Company /23 Classic Comics Library No. VII Robin Hood (nd) Gilberton Company [incomplete] /24 Classics Illustrated No. 1 The Three Musketeers (1947) Gilberton Company [cover ripped off] /25 Classics Illustrated No. 2 Ivanhoe (1947) Gilberton Company /26 Classics Illustrated No. 5 Moby Dick (1947) Gilberton Company /27 Classics Illustrated No. 8 Arabian Nights (nd) Gilberton Company /28 Classics Illustrated No. 19 Huckleberry Finn (1945) Gilberton Company /29 Classics Illustrated No. 26 Frankenstein (nd) Gilberton Company /30 Classics Illustrated No. 28 Michael Strogoff (nd) Gilberton Company /31 Classics Illustrated No. 33 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (nd) Gilberton Company /32 Classics Illustrated No. 32 Lorna Doone (nd) Gilberton Company /33 Classics Illustrated No. 35 The Last Days of Pompeii (1947) Gilberton Company /34 Classics Illustrated No. 36 Typee (1947) Gilberton Company /35 Classics Illustrated No. 37 The Pioneers (1947) Gilberton Company /36 Classics Illustrated No. 38 Adventures of Cellini (nd) Gilberton Company /37 Classics Illustrated No. 39 Jane Eyre (1947) Gilberton Company /38 Classics Illustrated No. 40 Mysteries (1947) Gilberton Company /39 Classics Illustrated No. 41 Twenty Years After (1947) Gilberton Company /40 Classics Illustrated No. 43 Great Expectations (1947) Gilberton Company /41 Classics Illustrated No. 44 Mysteries of Paris (1947) Gilberton Company /42 Classics Illustrated No. 45 Tom Brown's School Days (1948) Gilberton Company /43 Classics Illustrated No. 47 Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1948) Gilberton Company /44 Classics Illustrated No. 48 David Copperfield (1948) Gilberton Company /45 Classics Illustrated No. 49 Alice in Wonderland (1948) Gilberton Company /46 Classics Illustrated No. 50 Tom Sawyer (1948) Gilberton Company /47 Classics Illustrated No. 51 The Spy (1948) Gilberton Company /48 Classics Illustrated No. 52 The House of the Seven Gables (1948) Gilberton Company /49 Classics Illustrated No. 53 A Christmas Carol (1948) Gilberton Company /50 Classics Illustrated No. 54 The Man in the Iron Mask (1948) Gilberton Company /51 Classics Illustrated No. 55 Silas Marner (1949) Gilberton Company /52 Classics Illustrated No. 56 The Toilers of the Sea (1949) Gilberton Company /53 Classics Illustrated No. 61 The Woman in White (1949) Gilberton Company /54 Classics Illustrated No. 63 A Man Without a Country (nd) Gilberton Company /55 Classics Illustrated No. 64 Treasure Island (1949) Gilberton Company /56 Classics Illustrated No. 66 The Cloister and the Hearth (1949) Gilberton Company /57 Classics Illustrated No. 67 The Scottish Chiefs (1950) Gilberton Company /58 Classics Illustrated No. 69 Around the World in 80 Days (1950) Gilberton Company /59 Classics Illustrated No. 71 The Man Who Laughs (1950) Gilberton Company /60 Classics Illustrated No. 74 Mr. Midshipman Easy (1950) Gilberton Company /61 Classics Illustrated No. 75 The Lady of the Lake (1950) Gilberton Company /62 Classics Illustrated No. 77 Homer's Iliad (1950) Gilberton Company /63 Classics Illustrated No. 78 Joan of Arc (1950) Gilberton Company /64 Classics Illustrated No. 79 Cyrano De Bergerac (1951) Gilberton Company /65 Classics Illustrated No. 80 White Fang (1951) Gilberton Company /66 Classics Illustrated No. 81 The Odyssey (1951) Gilberton Company /67 Classics Illustrated No. 82 The Master of Ballantrae (1951) Gilberton Company /68 Classics Illustrated No. 84 The Gold Bug and Other Stories by Edgar Allen Poe (1951) Gilberton Company /69 Classics Illustrated No. 85 Sea Wolf (1951) Gilberton Company /70 Classics Illustrated No. 86 Under Two Flags (1951) Gilberton Company /71 Classics Illustrated No. 87 A Midsummer Night's Dream (1951) Gilberton Company 2 back covers of Classics Illustrated