[ ] Barzin. Professor of Philosophy, Rector of Brussels University, with André Mayer, Professor of Physiology, and Vice-President, College de France. Member of the Institute de France (Academie Francaise). At the Quinquagenary of the University of Glasgow.
[?] to the secretary of the provisional research committee for the linen trade, Belfast, testifying in favour of Dr [William Howieson] Gibson in connection with an application for the post of director of research to the linen industry. With an additional testimonial by Sir Robert Robertson, 1 April 1926.
(1) Chapters one and two, ‘The Sabbath Seige’ and ‘The War’ (2) Chapter contents and notes (3) Volume titled ‘Don’t Cry It’s only a Picture Show’. Inside titled ‘A Blindman on a Galloping Horse a novel of childhood’, containing chapters one, 'Summer 1944' to chapter twenty
(1) Outline, pp 35-42 of the massacre in the story, nd (2) ‘A Thousand Calvaries, A Storyline by Alan Sharp', nd (3) Second draft revision, annotated screenplay, 17 August 2005 (4) Notes on the culture, history, people and politics of Rwanda , nd
(1) First draft screenplay for Citadel Entertainment, April 1991 (2) [Fax?] rough draft on ‘Robeson notes’ sent from Judy Ranan to David R Ginsberg/Tom Patricia, July 24 1991, with relevant copies of the hearings by the Committee on Un-Amercian Activities (3) [Fax?] from Judy Ranan to Alan Sharp of outline divided in to seven acts, 26 July 1991