Correspondence relating to the Society's history; Minute books and papers; Financial record; Records relating to various national and international conferences; Records relating to Society fundraising events; Brochures, pamphlets, and other literature; Photographs; Promotional objects and equipment
Papers relating to the General Medical Council, minutes of Faculty meetings, departmental reports and publications, correspondence and other papers concerning subjects for dissection, financial records, correspondence relating to staff, students and a new medical school. Also papers and correspondence relating to staff, students, Dental Anatomy and the Medical Sciences Institute
Dr James Rorie's Diaries, 1862-1911; Documents relating to the Rorie family's education 1838-1947; Dr James Rorie's work related material 1863-1909; Dr James Rorie's personal, family and religious material 1817-1910; Photographs 1820-1923 ; Digital files from Jane Mcintyre 2009.
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 Several refer to cases in Dundee. 1944-1982; Unpublished articles by Jamieson, relating to infectious diseases, particularly in Dundee. 1941-1990; Unpublished articles by Jamieson relating to medicine in Tayside, and to Dundee Medical School. 1987; Miscellaneous articles [not by Dr Jamieson] relating to infectious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.
Charters, Bye-laws and Regulations 1878-1899, Reports 1826-1946, Minutes 1793- 1974, Financial Records 1894 -1975, Patients' Records 1842-1970, Staff Records 1865-1991, Dundee Convalescent Home 1872-1948, Legal Documents 1848-1969, Administration Records 1931-1991, Leisure and Recreation 1933-1963, Records of Other Hospitals (East Poor House Hospital) 1909-1946, Publications c 1946-1985, Microfilms and Microfiche c 1840-1999, Photographs c 1920-1923, Plans 1925-1949.
Anatomy: Descriptive and Topographical, 1866 The Diseases of Women, 1882 A General Textbook of Nursing, 1937 Surgery for Nurses and Surgical Nursing, 1938 Surgery for Nurses, 1938 Medicine for Nurses, 1939 The Family Physician, vols 1 & 5
Minutes and Charters Incorported 1875, Reports 1901-1972, Patients' Records 1906-1993, Staff Records 1912-1990, Financial Records 1889-c1990, Administration Records c1950-1998, Exhibition Records c 1962, Publications 1925-1989, Photographs (Glass Plate Negatives) c1910-1960. (N.B. A series for Minutes has been allocated as further accruals are expected, however none have yet been received.)
Minutes 1948-1971; Staff Records 1893-1974; Patients' Records 1929-1974; Visitors Books 1948-1991; Administration Records 1964-1981; Financial Records 1964-1967; Legal Records 1963-1964; Newspaper Cuttings 1967; Microfilm Records 1935-1991; East Poor House Hospital Records 1903-1950; Photographs, 1953.
Minutes 1969-1974, Reports 1961, Patients' Records 1974-1988, Legal Records 1956-1980, Administration Records 1969-1981, Records relating to the History and construction of Ninewells Hospital 1955-1975, Microfilm Records c 1960-1991, Photographs, Glass Plate Negatives and Slides c 1910-1990s.
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.
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.
Charters, Regulations and Bye-laws 1825-1928; Chartularies 1811-1937; Property Records, 1829-1967; Reports 1830-1990; Minutes 1820-1948; Administration Records 1882-1960; Financial Records, 1805-1986; Patients' Records, 1820-1974; Staff Records 1886-1991; Visitors Books, 1826-1917; Newspaper Cuttings, Magazines & Posters 1870-1998; Records relating to Lunacy Acts and Laws 1850-1984; Records relating to the History of Dundee Lunatic Asylum/Liff, 1879-1948; Records relating to Other Institutions, 1846-1903; Publications, 1933-1991; Photographs, c 1960-1990; Plans, 1906-1987, Cinematic Films, 1971-1972.
Charters, Bye-Laws and Regulations 1911-1944; Reports 1855-1985; Minutes 1853-1987; Patients' Records 1854-1991; Chromatographic Unit Records 1962-1985; Financial Records 1929-1993; Staff Records 1915-1983; Visitors' Books 1916-1966; Legal Records 1863-1924; Administration Records 1901-1976; Property Records 1901-1964; Associations and Clubs 1965-1985; Todhill Farm Training Home 1945-1958; Newspaper Cuttings 1929-1971; Publications and Histories c 1894-1999; Mental Health & Education Acts and Regulations 1913-1960; Photographs c1923-1973; Audio Cassettes 1985; Plans 1897-1967.
Minutes and papers relating to Local Health Councils, 1972-1987; Papers of the Tayside Health Council, 1991-2005; Papers relating to the restructuring of the NHS and Local Health Councils, 1980-2004.; Dundee Local Health Council Annual Reports , 1983-195.
Photographs of the Middle East, particularly Israel, Palestine and the Scottish Mission Hospital at Tiberias, also North Africa 1880-1968, France and Serbia 1916-1918, India 1936, Europe, U.S.A., Canada 1954-1974; subjects are views, the hospital, local people and customs, biblical representations, flora and fauna, medical conditions, World War I; photographs by the Torrance family; professional and commercially produced photographs, postcards, lantern slides, film strips, particularly of Israel, Palestine and Middle East mainly by G. Eric Matson of American Colony, c.1920-1972, also "L&L", Photoglob Zurich(photographs derived from Bonfils), and others; notebooks kept by Torrance of flora and fauna, biblical references, local customs, 1929-1973, medical conditions c.1940; rules on nurses' attitude to patients, early 20th cent.