Photographs and cuttings relating to Canon Leslie Verdun Stratton and his History of the Church of St John the Baptist, Dundee, plus the church's financial and other administration records and registers of baptisms, marriages, burials and confirmations
Members and officials of St John the Baptist, Dundee
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
Minute book 1955-1965, letters to Gordon Sneddon, secretary, from or relating to Pee Wee Russell 1959-1967, file of correspondence with Gordon Sneddon 1952-1962, brochures, programmes, newspaper supplements mainly 1960s (one from 1979).
Publications relating to Jardine Henderson Limited and the operating and running of the Jute Mills, donated by Mr John Noble, , a salesman with Jardine Henderson (formerly Skinner), involved with the buying and selling of Jute.
Material pertaining to the employment of William Norrie in the Barnagore Jute Mill Company in India between 1949 and 1952, where he was employed as a Mill Mechanic. Items relating to Mr Norrie's employment in India
General legal and administrative records 1846-1923; financial records 1918-1961; letter books and miscellaneous files 1887-1956; memoranda books and diaries kept by Lewis C Grant c.1924-1952; production and technical records 1854-1942; catalogues 1909-1964; photographs 1873-1960; company files 1951-1987; miscellaneous papers 1863-1951.
Commonplace books and materials relating to the Tay Bridge disaster and documents that relate to the Scrymgeour family, including a family tree dating back to the late 18th century. Publications, mostly relating to Dundee and some of which were authored by members of the Scrymgeour family and .
Notes on Gaelic personal and place names 1899-1926; Gaelic clan names 1899-1912; notes on the derivation of names beginning with Mac 1913-1926. George D Paterson added to the notes on clan names, presumably after the death of Gilchrist.
Alphabetical file containing material on Scottish family and place names; albums containing press cuttings mainly concerning Scottish family names and history; notebooks, and material in an envelope, concerning Scottish personal and place names.
Cassette tape entitled Schola Clara: The High School of Dundee, 1911-1918, spoken by W. Fraser Mitchell; notes for proposed illustrated talk called A Century of Dundee Life, 1865-1965; A Short Family History. Being an Account of a family of Lawson their Progenitors and Kinsmen by W. Fraser Mitchell; notes and anecdotes concerning women in Universities, University College Dundee staff, Dundee personalities and some Dundee buildings including St. John's (Roseangle Parish Church), Botanical Gardens 1977; photograph of Morgan Academy, Dundee, Class II (1908-1909).