A collection of documents detailing the legacies, properties and investments of Edward Caird of Finnart (d.1889), including investment in America, shipping interests, accounts, share certificates, and correspondence 1862-1892
Book belonging to David Elder (? used for school exercises), c 1807, and accounts, 1814-1834; Elder family tree and record of succession to 8 acres of the estate of Camperdown from 1737, compiled by David Elder Senior, 1930; plan of the lands of Thomas and John Elder in Lochee, 1815.
King's Cross Hospital, Dundee. 1889-1979; Publications by Jamieson, relating to his research into infectious disease, some written in collaboration with others. Several refer to cases in Dundee. 1944-1982; Unpublished articles by Jamieson, relating to infectious diseases, particularly in Dundee. 1941-1990; Unpublished articles by Jamieson relating to medicine in Tayside, and to Dundee Medical School. 1987; Miscellaneous articles [not by Dr Jamieson] relating to infectious diseases, mainly in Dundee and elsewhere in Scotland. 1825-1993; Miscellaneous articles and documents [not by Jamieson], relating to the history of medicine, with particular reference to Dundee and Tayside. 1837-1990; Miscellaneous documents. 1954-1987.
Printed reports, illustrations and other documents on improvements in Dundee, including those proposed by Thomson, and those actually accomplished 1905-1923; material collected and duplicated for exhibition on life and work of Thomson; material prepared and mounted for exhibition on life and work of Thomson; medal presented by the Institution of Municipal and County Engineers
Photocopies and transcripts made in the 1990s by Henny King of personal correspondence of Clementina Stirling Graham c.1863 - 1875; play written by Henny King on the life of Clementina Stirling Graham entitled 'Mystifications'
Illustrations of the flora of Forfarshire and of the Natural Method of Arrangement. After the style of the Herbaria prepared by William Gardiner of Dundee 1915; reprints mainly relating to botany in Perthshire 1875-1933
General Company Records, 1957-1995; Correspondence, 1939-1997; Financial papers, 1974-1993; Operations and production material, n.d.; Promotional material, 1982-1992; Magazines and journals, 1989-1995; Miscellaneous, 1917-1998; Photographs and slides, c 1963-1993; Newspaper articles, 1990-1998.
Letter books 1894-1905; financial records 1889-1970; shareholding records 1908-1966; charts (10 year) of jute prices 1897-1970; scrapbooks 1894-1954; material relating to subsidiary companies (Dundee Dock Warehousing Company Limited) 1908-1962; miscellaneous 1882-1985.
Correspondence of James Grimond 1819-1852; cheques of James Grimond 1835-1838; letterbooks 1840-1850; book containing notes on banking, business etc. c.1838; wastebooks 1835-1842; ledgers 1838-1839; book containing receipts and payments 1835; cash books 1822-1833; pocket book 1823-1830; book containing accounts of sales of cloth 1828-1831 with notes of payments and receipts 1826-1836 loosely enclosed; Love and Barton's 'Housekeeper's Account Book', Manchester, early 19th C
Daily rainfall postcards, and weekly charts of water levels at selected sites in Scotland and Cumbria including loch levels and river gauging stations. The places recorded include: River Garry, Ness, Foyers, Dochfour Ferry (Ness), Arkaig, Moriston, Gairlochy, Loch Oich, Ness - Fort Augustus, Glen Quoich Lodge, Spey, Aberlour, Spey-Laggan Bridge, Loch Arkaig, Ness Castle Farm, Loch Garry, Spey-Lochaber, Windermere Records, Loch-Gairlochy, Loch Garth, River Oich, River Foyers, River Dee. Also includes Norman Lockyer Observatory Council's Reports, Directors Reports, photograph albums, plans.
Chinese-English dictionary, compiled by James Bowman Lindsay c.1830; "James Bowman Lindsay, Scientist and Philologer and other Pioneers of Invention" by A.H. Millar, c.1922; article from the [Portsmouth] Evening News re. Lindsay's experiments with transmarine telegraphy 1963
Court book of the lands and barony of Brigton 1743-1752 later used to record household expenses in Dundee 1771-1772, and inventories of Mrs Douglas's linen and furniture particularly at Brigton 1775-1800.