Published articles by W.E. Spear and collaborators. 1951-1986; 'Public Lectures'. 5 files. 1972-1989; 'Transparencies and Notes of some recent Lectures'. 7 files. n.d.; 'A-Solid Lectures'. 3 files. c 1970 - 1991; 'Amorphous Semiconductors: A new generation of electronic materials'. The Bakarian Lecture, delivered by W.E. Spear to the Royal Society on 16 June 1988; 'Scientific absurdities and curiosities'. 4 files. 1951-1989
E.P. Smith's notes dealing with botanical research work and teaching, with particular reference to Quercus (the oak); Tilia; Acer; and Platanus. Manuscript and typescript, with illustrations. c.1927-1951 Items concerning scientific expedition sent out by University College, Dundee, to island of South Rona in July 1933. E.P. Smith, Botanist and co-leader. [See also UR-SF 2/2/1(8) and Recs A/649/92]
Dundee Dental Health Association Minutes, 1931-1939; Dundee Dental School and Hospital, General Correspondence and accounts, 1948-1961; Documents relating to the reopening of the Dundee Dental school, 1877-1954; Dundee Dental hospital reports, 1948-1966; General Dundee University correspondence, 1953-1954.
Papers relating to the history and practice of medicine, particularly in Dundee and Angus 19th century-1937; medical and literary pamphlets, poetry and prose by R.C. Buist, with some related correspondence 1897-1935; pamphlets, poetry and prose mainly by others, (although some unidentified material may be by Buist), some with annotations by R.C. Buist, and with some related correspondence c.1859-1936; scrapbooks and commonplace books c.1880-1889; notes, photographs and cards 19th century-c.1930; miscellaneous correspondence, autographs and other papers which were originally a separate deposit 1887-1925.
A First Century Treatise on Medicine by Adam Patrick 1907; copy taken from a set of original notes of the lectures of John Hunter (1728-1793); caricatures of Glasgow medical and university personalities by "O.H." 1914; correspondence 1963; patient files c 1920s-c 1960s
Papers relating to Alexander's studies at the University of Edinburgh, and in France 1901-1911; Alexander in Edinburgh-first posts and final examinations 1908-1915; Alexander's Service in the Royal Army Medical Corps, in France, and thereafter at Edinburgh War Hospital, Bangour 1916-1919; Alexander's period as Lecturer, and Professor of Surgery, University of St. Andrews. [and his parallel career as a practising surgeon] 1921-1951; Case books, treatment and operation books. 1914-1933. Includes clinical notes, and related correspondence, written while serving in the British Expeditionary Force in France, c.1917-1918. [Restricted access to some of these documents]; Articles and medical case notes, as written up by Alexander. [Mainly on Surgery] 1921-c.1950s; Typescript notes for lectures to students c.1935-1958; World War II-papers and lectures delivered by Alexander in his capacity as Surgical Director of the Emergency Medical Service in the Eastern Region of Scotland 1939-1945; Lectures, given mainly to medical bodies 1930-c.1958; Meetings and dinners of Professional Associations; programmes, menus, toast lists, etc 1910-1953 and Photographs.
Files relating to Professor Cornwall's career at Dundee University including: Departmental Board Meeting minutes and papers; papers on Level 2 / intermediate History course development and changes; material on European History module; file on Level 2 / intermediate course reports and evaluation; file on level 3/4; papers relating to the Departmental Research Committee; file belonging to CJ Bartlett containing drafts for a paper presented at 'The Poles in Britain, 1940-2000: New Research in Polish History' Conference, held in Stirling March 2001