/1 Power Point presentation 'Physics at Dundee Pre-1967' by Sandy Fitzgerald including pictures of previous professors and information on research in the Department pre-1967 and 1967–2005 as well as a rough schematic diagram produced by Professor Peter LeComber and Professor Walter Spear showing their Field Effect Transistor formed with amorphous silicon which was instrumental in the development of the Flat Screen Television, 2006 /2 /1-6 Digital copies of Dept of Physics staff and research student photographs, annotated, 1950-1987 /3 Peter LeComber album: Jute Shed fire, 1982 Digital copies of photographs with descriptive notes by Steve LeComber, 2019 /1-35 Black and white and colour images of the fire and its immediate aftermath [some images possibly by DC Thomson] Includes: /14 Showing Stuart Kinmond in the foreground, also Walter Spear wearing a duffel coat and possibly Rod Gibson in a suit jacket, /15 Showing on the far left, Tony Snell, in the pale blue shirt, and Peter LeComber, in the maroon shirt. Walking left to right in the duffel coat is Walter Spear. Possibly Davey Jones in the green jumper /16 Showing Peter LeComber in green jumper /36-40 Colour images showing aftermath and initial clean up. [Original photographs taken and annotated by Peter LeComber] /41-45 Colour images of the Shed re-built. [Original photographs taken and annotated by Peter LeComber]
Material and research relating to talks on Dundee Textile Mills in the very late 20th Century, by Dickson Park entitled 'Juteopolis No More', 'Outer Circle', 'Inner Circle', '7 Mills in Times of Change', 'Golden - The End of an Era', and 'The Dighty Valley Picture Tour'.
Letters mainly addressed to the Bishop relating to doctrinal matters particularly the Eucharistic controversy, 1857-1863; correspondence and printed papers of Bishop Forbes 1844-1875; letters mainly addressed to George Frederick Boyle relating to disputes within the Episcopal Church, particularly those affecting Bishop Forbes 1856-1863; correspondence, notes and papers of George Frederick Boyle 1856-1863. Correspondents include William Gladstone, John Keble, Edward Pusey, George Baron Kinnaird of Rossie and Anthony Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftsbury.
Boyle; George Frederick (9 October 1825 – 23 April 1890); Earl of Glasgow; Penrose; Alexander (16 June 1817-8 October 1875); Bishop of Brechin
Company records, correspondence and financial files of Don Brothers, Buist & Company Ltd and Don & Low (Holdings) Ltd, 1794-1995; miscellaneous records of the Dundee Calendering Company Ltd., 1864-1978; minute book and financial records of Moffat & Son Ltd., 1926-1957; ledgers of James Scott, Junior, 1804-1832; letter book and private ledgers of Alexander Henderson & Son Ltd., 1795-1955; company records, financial records and correspondence of J & J Smart Ltd., 1866-1990; company records, production records and financial files of Strathmore Woollen Co. Ltd, 1948-1981; company records and financial files of Low Brothers & Co. [Dundee] Ltd. and Low Brothers & Co. [Ireland] Ltd., 1939-1987; company records and financial files of Low Brothers & Co. Daniel Buchanan & Sons Ltd, T. Gaunt[Rainwear] Ltd. and Don Coatings (Scotland) Ltd., 1957-1984; company records and financial files of Wallace Works (Manufacturing Wholesalers) Ltd.1959-1978, company records and financial files of Stiven, MacPherson & Thomson Ltd, 1961-1978; company records and financial files of Chaspec Packaging Ltd., Don & Low Ltd, and Don & Low (Packaging) Ltd, 1964-1981; company records and financial files of William Smith (Dundee) 1939 Ltd, 1914-1978; company records and financial files of Don Fibres Ltd., Thiokol Fibres Ltd. and Thiokol Chemicals Ltd., 1973-1980; miscellaneous legal and business records of Tay Textiles Ltd., 1870-1988; miscellaneous legal and financial records of the Don, Hill and Robertson Families' Trusts 1877-1934; business and personal papers of the Low Family, 1887-1999; plans and diagrams, 1884-1988