Photographs of Megna Jute Mill, Calcutta, India, 1938-c 1940s. Postcards of Bandel Church, Calcutta, India, c 1940s. Photgraphs of jute mill near Czestochowa, Poland 1995-1996. Copy of The Textile Recorder Year Book 1938. Computer printouts of photographs of Megna Jute Mill, 2009.
Notebook belonging to John Grant, Spinning Department, Angus Jute Works, West Bengal describing the spinning department and detailing spindles, drives, machinery and production; Essentials of Colloquial Hindustani by Mohiuddin Ahmad, owned and annotated by John Grant
Papers and photographic archive of Alexander JS Low, photo-journalist. Also originals and some copies of journals, correspondence, legal and financial papers, photographs, artworks and research documents created by individuals of the Low, Chabot, Beke and West families.
MS 86/I Samnugger Jute Factory Co Ltd MS 86/II Victoria Jute Factory Co Ltd MS 86/III Titaghur Jute Factory Co Ltd MS 86/IV Angus Company Ltd MS 86/V Thomas Duff & Co Ltd MS 86/VI Hardie and Smith Ltd MS 86/VII The Dundee Brattice Cloth and Waterproofing Co Ltd MS 86/VIII Victoria Road Calendering Co MS 86/IX Moore & Weinberg (Dundee) Ltd MS 86/X Jaffe Brothers Co (Dundee) Ltd MS 86/XI Cargill & Co Ltd MS 86/XII William Watson (Dundee) Ltd MS 86/XIII James Stiven Ltd MS 86/XIV English Spinners Ltd MS 86/XV Arctic Leather Goods Company, Dundee MS 86/XVI E Carr & Sons Ltd, London MS 86/XVII Joseph Grave & Co Ltd, Manchester MS 86/XVIII Hillbank Bag Factory, Dundee MS 86/XIX A & S Henry & Co (Dundee) Ltd MS 86/XX A & S Henry & Co MS 86/XXI United Kingdom Jute Goods Association Ltd MS 86/XXII Indian Jute Mills Association MS 86/XXIII Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry MS 86/XXIV British Jute Trade Research Association MS 86/XXV Miscellaneous Records MS 86/XXVI Miscellaneous Photographs MS 86/XXVII Tay Spinners Ltd
Notebooks, typescripts, and related items created by Kevin McGrath. The Notebooks are complex and attractive objects; beautiful and densely composed containing poetry, observations and correspondence over around 40 years of McGrath's life and work. He lived in France, Greece, and India and there are materials and documents gathered from these times as well as records of work done in those places. The typescripts are of McGrath's poetry and the collection includes small imprint books which McGrath used to approach publishers or to circulate among friends and colleagues (Rosy Cross editions). There are also others of McGrath's publications.