Business records including articles of assiociation, minutes of meetings, financial records and administrative papers concerning property and employees. Also bundles of miscellaneous papers including news cuttings, some legal and business papers and miscellaneous range of small artefacts, including rubber stamps.
Royal Dundee Institution for the Blind/Blindcraft: Accident register 1958-1965, log book 1946-1966, annual reports 1870-1929, 1932-1945 and 1967-1968, slides (2 trays of 35 mm slides and box of large format slides n.d., published volumes 1884-?; correspondence early 20th C, admissions certificates early 20th C, Gospel According to Luke in Braille c 1930s." Reports & Minutes 1872-1968, Finance & Stock 1896-1980, Constitution & Rules 1910-1940, Administration & Correspondence 1886-1993, Photographs & Negatives c 20th Century, Newspaper Articles & Sketches c 20th century Lord Roberts Workshop: Advisory committee minutes 1943-1955, exhibition boards n.d., minutes 1923-1949, 1961-1972, directors' and officials' attendance books 1923-1993, magazine - Forces Help Society and Lord Roberts Workshop Gazette and Annual Reports 1982-1991, manager's reports 1968-1985, directors' minutes 1919-1933 and 1949-1961, Central Scottish Area Committee minutes 1919-1961;" Minutes 1919-1992, Reports, Administration & Finance 1929-1992, Publications 1924-2010, Photographs & Negatives c 20th century Articles and Publications 1837-1932
Lord Robert's Workshop/Royal Dundee Institution for the Blind/ Blindcraft
Recordings covering lives from the 1930's onwards, paperwork, biographies and some photographs of participants. Themes covered by the Project so far include the jute and textile industry (Dundee and India), the arts, academia, comics, journalism, publishing, disabilities, medicine, politics, armed services, retail, photography, sport and leisure, music and fashion. Themes also include childhood, family, education and work.
Burgess tickets and other documents admitting members of the Smith family as Guild Brothers of Dundee and Free Members of the Flesher Trade in Dundee, 1754-1919. Photographs of a visit by the Duke of York to Dundee c 1920s-1930s. Postcard of a visit by the Duchess of York to Dundee c1920s-1930s. Book about the history of the Tay Square Church, Dundee, 1932.
Minutes of Executive Committee 1936-1947; Minutes of Management Committee 1875-1893; 1894-1908; 1909-1915, 1916- 1945; 1946-1997; Minutes book of the Ladies Committee, 1886; Indexed staff records including training dates, sick days, annual leave, 1957-1970
Reports, the Board of Directors and the Board of Lunacy. 1865-1948 Financial Records. 1906-1944 Patient Records. 1864-1985 Staff Records. 1829-1949 Records relating to asylum grounds and farm. 1939-1966 Publications. 1838-1963 Photographs and paintings. 1838-c 1960 Maps and Plans. 1864-1958
Minutes 1948-1971; Staff Records 1893-1974; Patients' Records 1929-1974; Visitors Books 1948-1991; Administration Records 1964-1981; Financial Records 1964-1967; Legal Records 1963-1964; Newspaper Cuttings 1967; Microfilm Records 1935-1991; East Poor House Hospital Records 1903-1950; Photographs, 1953.
Charters, Bye-laws and Regulations 1878-1899, Reports 1826-1946, Minutes 1793- 1974, Financial Records 1894 -1975, Patients' Records 1842-1970, Staff Records 1865-1991, Dundee Convalescent Home 1872-1948, Legal Documents 1848-1969, Administration Records 1931-1991, Leisure and Recreation 1933-1963, Records of Other Hospitals (East Poor House Hospital) 1909-1946, Publications c 1946-1985, Microfilms and Microfiche c 1840-1999, Photographs c 1920-1923, Plans 1925-1949.
Minutes 1900-1978; register of members, transfers, shares and annual summaries 1900-1978; financial papers 1874-1979; wages records 1957-1968; stock books, jute purchases and sales 1926-1979; news cuttings, mainly from the Kidderminster Shuttle, relating to the British jute industry 1900-1932.
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
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