(1-3) Correspondence concerning Whyte's memories and involvement in the Bengal project, 1993 (4-11) Photographs of people and buildings, fully annotated and with contextual information, 1930s (12-13) MS notes [6pp] giving details of Whyte's life and the general routine of living and working in India, with accompanying letter, 1993
(1-31) Photographs, many annotated, of scenery, sights, unknown compound and Fairburn's machinery. Also photographs of groups of men at leisure and in uniform. [MS 417/9(23) likely to be John Webster], 1930s (32) Bengal Project temporary deposit form 
G-G6. General documents 1959-1987. From incorporation of Giddings and Lewis Machine Tool Company and Douglas Fraser and Sons Limited to form Giddings and Lewis-Fraser Limited. Includes Certificate of Incorporation, Articles of Association 1959, 1968, 1981, particulars of directors, documents relating to public listing, documents relating to private listing. A-A6. Annual Returns and Accounts. 1977-1986. M. Mortgage documents. 1968, 1974. MR. Mortgage register. 1968.
/1 Syllabi 1994-95, 1995-96, 1998-19, 1999-2000, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04 /2 Memberships cards for Pat & Bob McLeod 1997-1998, 1998-99 (Pat only), 2000-01, 2004, 2005, 2006 /3 Minutes of the 23rd AGM, 25th May 2005; Agenda, Minutes of the 27th AGM, 27th May 2009; subscription renewal form 2009-10 /4 Newsletters 1986, Autumn 2002, Spring 2004, Autumn 2004, Spring 2005, Autumn 2005, Spring 2006, Spring 2008, Spring 2009, Autumn 2009 /5 Excursion to St Cyrus letter, 19th July 1986 with a map on the back. /6 Calendar, 2009.
The Caenlochan NNR and Inchnadamph NNR Working Group report; Tenstmuir point national nature reserve Bye-Laws, December 1962; Morton Lochs national nature reserve Bye-Laws, october 1956; The Nature Conservancy, Caerlaverock nature reserve Bye-Laws, 1962; Beinn Eighe nature reserve Bye-Laws, 1954and 1963; Morton Lochs nature reserve Bye-laws, 1956; Loch Leven nature reserve Bye-Laws, 1964; Tentsmuir Point nature reserve Bye-Laws; December 1962; Morton Lochs maps, 1962 and photocopied sketch maps.
/1 'The New Theology and the old facts' by Norval Scrymgeour, n.d. /2 'Local veto and the book' by W. Blackwood, 1908 /3 'Dundee Worthies' by George Martin, 1934. /4 'Poetic Gems selected from the works of William McGonagall', 1890 /5 'Excursion Guide - Dundee 1912' by British Association, 1912 /6 'The River Tay' by William Reid, n.d. /7 'The Church: Shams in Pulpit and Pew' by a Dundonian, n.d. /8 'Annals of Scotland' by George Blake 1895-1955 /9 'The Late James Scrymegour', c 1887 /10 'Life of James Scrymgeour' by William Norrie, 1887. /11 'Norman Law and The Reekie Linn' by James Scrymgeour, 1875 /12 'The Dundee Christmas Annual- Dundee Stories for Dundee Folk' by Norval Scrymgeour, 1893 /13 'Guide to Remarkable Monuments in the Howff, Dundee' by A. C. Lamb, 1892 /14 'In Memoriam The Hon. Mrs Oglivy', nd. /15 'A visit to the Eastern Necropolis' by Norval Scrymgeour, 1873 /16 'Robert Burns and Dundee- The true story of his visit' by A.S., 1897 [2 copies] /17 'William Ellery Channing - His Religious and Social Thought' by Anne Holt, 1942
Miscellaneous papers relating to the 'Countess of Derby' including correspondence to Messrs James Allison & Sons from Captains Law and Rollo, masters of the 'Countess of Derby', giving progress reports of its voyage from Penzance to Glasgow, Valparaiso, Chincha, Queenstown and Hamburg for period 1894-1896; printed bill of sale relating to the barque, 'Countess of Derby', 1895; letters and telegrams to Messrs James Allison & Sons, relating mainly to the sale of the 'Countess of Derby', dated 1895; and correspondence to Messrs James Allison & Sons, from Captain Watkins and others, relating to the voyage of the 'Countess of Derby' to Buenos Aires, Adelaide, Wallaroo, Falmouth, Penzance, Newport, Roslare, Iquique, Liverpool, Garston, Penaste, Valparaiso, Chanoral, Genoa, New York, 1889-1894. Also contains Charter parties for the 'Countess of Derby', 1879-1895; balance sheets of the 'Countess of Derby'. 1878-1895; memorandum of agreement between the owners of the barque, 'Countess of Derby', of Dundee, and Messrs James Allison & Sons, Shipowners, Dundee, 1878; formal papers relating to the freeboard marking of the 'Countess of Derby', 1891, and apprentice's indenture with Mathew Allison, Shipowner, Dundee, in favour of Alfred Brown, 1890. Folder also contains miscellaneous papers including invoices relating to the 'Countess of Derby'. 1895; contract of sale of the 'Countess of Derby', to Mr A. Berentson. 1895; and Bills of sale relating to the 'Countess of Derby'. 1877-1895.