The volumes consist of four log books and one volume showing various lists kept by Walter Kinnes and David Esplin on board the SS Active during expeditions to Hudson Bay and Straits and also relates to Mica mining.
The collection has been arranged into the following sub-fonds: MS 66/I Thomas Bell & Sons (of Dundee) Ltd 1812-1942 MS 66/II Cox Brothers Ltd c 1791-2002 MS 66/III Gilroy Sons & Co Ltd 1849-1933 MS 66/IV J & A D Grimond Ltd 1863-1953 MS 66/V John N Kyd & Co Ltd 1850-1961 MS 66/VI Harry Walker & Sons Ltd 1847-c 1960 MS 66/VII F S Stewart Sandeman & Sons Ltd 1903-1936 MS 66/VIII John Lowson Jnr & Co Ltd 1874-1955 MS 66/IX Boase Spinning Co Ltd 1862-1987 MS 66/X Sidlaw Industries Ltd 1887-2003 MS 66/XI Miscellaneous associated, affiliated and subsidiary companies of Jute Industries Ltd MS 66/XII Miscellaneous and Unidentified Papers 1884-c.1950
MS 105/I Shiell and Small, Solicitors, Dundee MS 105/II Dundee and Newtyle Railway Company MS 105/III Dundee and Perth and Aberdeen Railway Junction Company MS 105/IV Caledonian Railway Company MS 105/V Callender and Oban Railway Company MS 105/VI North British Railway Company MS 105/VII Dundee and Arbroath Railway Company MS 105/VIII Scottish Central Railway Company MS 105/IX Miscellaneous Railway Companies MS 105/X Miscellaneous Clients MS 105/XI Baxter Park Trustees MS 105/XII William Arklay Timber Merchant, Caledonia Saw Mills MS 105/XIII Dundee Corn Exchange and Public Hall Association Ltd MS 105/XIV Dundee Garden City Association Ltd MS 105/XV Eastern Bank of Scotland MS 105/XVI Lands of Henry Burra Esquire in Glenbucket [Glenbuchat] and Strathdon MS 105/XVII Standard Life Assurance Company MS 105/XVIII James Small, Civil [and Electrical] Engineer, London MS 105/XIX Insurance Company of Scotland MS 105/XX Executries and Trusts MS 105/XXI Kelly Castle MS 105/22 Papers mainly relating to the James Duncan of Jordanstone bequest and the proposals to use this to set up an Art College as part of Dundee Technical College and School of Art under the Educational Endowments (Scotland) Act MS 105/P Maps and Plans
Letter written to Forbes-Robertson on Shaw's 52nd birthday on Bahnhof-Hotel Bayreuth writing paper. In the letter he gives his opinions and ideas for improvements on plays by Jerome K Jerome and Henry James.
Comics collected by Michael Bolik, a previous staff member. Comics of note include the first 6 issues of Steve Ditko's Hawk and Dove, Jack Kirby's move to DC in Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen, the beginning issues of Teen Titans, and Lois Lane as a centaur in Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane. Action Comics (~no 333-411, 1966-1972); Adventure Comics (no ~334-403, 1965-1971); Aquaman (no 21 and 44, 1965 and 1969); The Atom (No. 13 and 38, 1964 and 1968); Batman (~No.178-228, 1966-1971); Brave and Bold (~No. 80- 94, 1968-1971); Detective Comics (No. 386, 1969); Flash (~No. 158-210, 1966-1971); The Forever People (No 1,2,6, 1971-1972); Green Lantern (~No. 38-77, 1965-1970); Hawk and Dove (No. 1-6, 1968-1969); Hawkman (No. 9 and 12, 1965-1966); House of Mystery (No. 148 and 193, 1965-1971); House of Secrets (No. 77 and 80, 1966); The Adventures of Jerry Lewis (No. 124, 1971); Justice League of America (~No.47-88, 1966-1971); Metamorpho (No. 10, 1967); Mister Miracle (No. 1, 1971); The New Gods (No. 1, 1971); Our Fighting Forces (No.131 and 133, 1971); The Phantom Stranger (No. 10, 1970); Showcase (No. 75, and 88-90, 1968-1970); The Spectre (No. 1, 1967); Super DC Giant (No. S-25, 1971); Superboy (~No. 121-184, 1965-1972); Superman (~No. 186-240, 1966-1971); Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane (~No. 65-111, 1966-1971); Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen (~No. 89-146, 1965-1972); Teen Titans (~No. 2-36, 1966-1971); World's Finest (~No. 149-205 ,1965-1971); Wonder Woman (No. 166, 181, 182, and 187, 1966-1970) The annuals include The Broons and Oor Wullie (2011), TV Tornado Annual (ND c. 1960s), 2 bound Little Sheriff Comics (No. 3- 4, Vol.3 No. 7-9 c1951), and 2 Okay Adventure annuals (c. 1956).
Files relating to Professor Cornwall's career at Dundee University including: Departmental Board Meeting minutes and papers; papers on Level 2 / intermediate History course development and changes; material on European History module; file on Level 2 / intermediate course reports and evaluation; file on level 3/4; papers relating to the Departmental Research Committee; file belonging to CJ Bartlett containing drafts for a paper presented at 'The Poles in Britain, 1940-2000: New Research in Polish History' Conference, held in Stirling March 2001
/1 The Seven Year Itch, 1955 /2 Look Back in Anger,1958 /3 Dead on Nine,1958 /4 Sailor, Beware!, 1958 /5 The Dock Brief and What Shall We Tell Caroline?, 1958 /6 East Lynne, 1959 /7 A Clean Kill, 1960 /8 The Root of Love, 1962 /9 Payment Deferred, 1962 /10 The Amorous Prawn, 1962 /11 The Rain Maker, 1963 /12 Doctor in the House, 1963 /13 Masquerade, 1963 /14 'Arms and the Man', 1964 /15 Charley's Aunt, 1964 /16 Let's Make An Opera, 1965 /17 Clutterbuck, 1965 /18 So Many Children, 1965 /19 Educating Rita, 1988 /20 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, 1990 /21 Stepping Out, 1991
Collection of publications about the local area , including people and places of Dundee, Forfarshire (Angus), Perthshire and north Fife. Subjects include geography, local authority reports, poetry and literature, biographies, music, history, tourism publications, and some newspapers
Photographs of Megna Jute Mill, Calcutta, India, 1938-c 1940s. Postcards of Bandel Church, Calcutta, India, c 1940s. Photgraphs of jute mill near Czestochowa, Poland 1995-1996. Copy of The Textile Recorder Year Book 1938. Computer printouts of photographs of Megna Jute Mill, 2009.
Business records including articles of assiociation, minutes of meetings, financial records and administrative papers concerning property and employees. Also bundles of miscellaneous papers including news cuttings, some legal and business papers and miscellaneous range of small artefacts, including rubber stamps.
/1 The Enemy in the House, 1948 /2 Bunty pulls the Strings, 1948 /3 The Rivals,1949 /4 The Gioconda Smile, 1949 /5 Dandy Dick, 1949 /6 The Rising Generation, 1949 /7 The Late Edwina Black, 1950 /8 Rebecca, 1950 /9 The Linden Tree,1950 /10 Off the Record, 1950 /11 Watch the Wall, My Darling, 1950 /12 September Tide, 1950 /13 Young Wives' Tale,1950 /14 Black Chiffon, 1950 /15 Northanger Abbey, 1950 /16 Queen Elizabeth slept here, 1950 /17 The Heiress, 1950 /18 Come and Join us, 1950 /19 Never Get Out!, 1950 /20 Great Expectations, 1950 /21 The Barretts of Wimpole Street, 1950 /22 The Apple Cart, 1951 /23 A Lady Misland, 1951 /24 On Monday Next..., 1951 /25 Home at Seven, 1951 /26 Full House, 1951 /27 Tobias and The Angel, 1951 /28 Waiting Room, 1951 /29 The Holly and the Ivy, 1951
Miscellaneous documents relating to World War I and in particular to Private James Braid, Captain Patrick Duncan, William Cuthill and Captain John (Jack) Macqueen, including war poetry, correspondence, military documents, photographs, maps and plans, 1915-1919.
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.
Personal and family correspondence and papers 1889-1900; testimonials 1887-1900; correspondence relating to his work as Medical Officer of Health for Sutherland 1890-1904; correspondence and papers related to closure of Inverness Steam Baking Co 1894-1899; miscellaneous papers and correspondence 1897-1905.
Company records, correspondence and financial files of Don Brothers, Buist & Company Ltd and Don & Low (Holdings) Ltd, 1794-1995; miscellaneous records of the Dundee Calendering Company Ltd., 1864-1978; minute book and financial records of Moffat & Son Ltd., 1926-1957; ledgers of James Scott, Junior, 1804-1832; letter book and private ledgers of Alexander Henderson & Son Ltd., 1795-1955; company records, financial records and correspondence of J & J Smart Ltd., 1866-1990; company records, production records and financial files of Strathmore Woollen Co. Ltd, 1948-1981; company records and financial files of Low Brothers & Co. [Dundee] Ltd. and Low Brothers & Co. [Ireland] Ltd., 1939-1987; company records and financial files of Low Brothers & Co. Daniel Buchanan & Sons Ltd, T. Gaunt[Rainwear] Ltd. and Don Coatings (Scotland) Ltd., 1957-1984; company records and financial files of Wallace Works (Manufacturing Wholesalers) Ltd.1959-1978, company records and financial files of Stiven, MacPherson & Thomson Ltd, 1961-1978; company records and financial files of Chaspec Packaging Ltd., Don & Low Ltd, and Don & Low (Packaging) Ltd, 1964-1981; company records and financial files of William Smith (Dundee) 1939 Ltd, 1914-1978; company records and financial files of Don Fibres Ltd., Thiokol Fibres Ltd. and Thiokol Chemicals Ltd., 1973-1980; miscellaneous legal and business records of Tay Textiles Ltd., 1870-1988; miscellaneous legal and financial records of the Don, Hill and Robertson Families' Trusts 1877-1934; business and personal papers of the Low Family, 1887-1999; plans and diagrams, 1884-1988
Minutes 1900-1978; register of members, transfers, shares and annual summaries 1900-1978; financial papers 1874-1979; wages records 1957-1968; stock books, jute purchases and sales 1926-1979; news cuttings, mainly from the Kidderminster Shuttle, relating to the British jute industry 1900-1932.
Papers relating to estates of Sir George Washington Baxter, Lady Edith Baxter and Herbert Home Baxter, 1929-1938; Papers relating to estate of Miss Louisa Isobel Scott Elliot, 1935-1938; Papers relating to George Lewis Baxter,1931-1948; Papers relating to Jeanette Elizabeth Edith Grizel Baxter or Don (Nee Douglas), 1917-1934; Correspondence relating to records 2012-2014
Aerial photographs of Dundee, mainly west end and centre, and surrounding district These photographs were presumably taken by the Air Ministry during the Second World War. They mostly cover Dundee's city centre and also the area known as the West End. Some have lines marking out the then campus of University College, Dundee, suggesting they were owned by the College. Stamps indicate that they were cleared for release by the Air Ministry in 1945. Given this information it is possible that they were acquired by University College for use during the planning of the British Association Meeting held in Dundee in 1947 or for the Cooper Report into University College in 1949