(1) Brass “tune whistle” used for the initial note during hymn singing, in case (2) Two printer’s plates of the Reverend John Glas (3) Wooden spoon with v-shaped break in bowl (4) Knife with bone or horn handle, made by Hilliard and Co. Sheffield (5) Tuning fork (6) Pitch pipe possibly used for giving note to begin hymns (7) Ladle, probably used to serve the soup given out at church services
(1) MS timelines of events and background of MR West, G Low, Violet A Low, Evaline A West and other members of the West and Patten family, based on the collection, with copies of news clippings and catalogue description for Holloway Sanatorium, and copy and related letter of GEJA West’s 1951 probate notice, c2015 (2) Sketches and print-outs of the West family genealogies, with copies of emails from descendants, news clippings and biographies, c2014
Recordings and written testimonial from members of the Brittle Bone Society. Includes both audio and video recordings of interviews carried out on Zoom. Topics of discussion include involvement with the Society, childhood and growing up with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, working life.
History of Dundee Royal Infirmary and Anaesthesia in Dundee. Battle of Loos, WWI - Transport and Treatment of the Sick and Wounded by Dr Stuart McGowan, Scot Polar Research Institute - A.H. Macklin accompanying Eric Shackleton on Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, and Edward Thomas Both.
Typed notes on the history of Dundee Royal Infirmary, the Evacuation of Sick and Wounded from Mobile Columns, the Dundee Branch of The British Red Cross, Edward Jenner and the Eradication of Smallpox, Scotland's First Iron Lung, and Edward Thomas Both.
Material relating to different residencies: The Hub (includes signed agreement with the Hub); Peterson; Airlie Hall houses; Wimberley; West Park Hall; Chalmers Hall; Belmont; Whitfield; Tay Mills (includes leases and photographs); and the proposed Heathfield development.