CD of digital photographs of Bert Barnett and fellow architecture students including those taken in the Art College, 1967-1968, canteen, miscellaneous images 1964-1966 and 'Sleepy People' , a college band at rehearsals featuring Ric Russell and Dick Cannon amongst others; 2 printed emails giving a brief history of Bert's time at Art College and a list of captions for the photographs.
Reference for Kate Fraser as having served apprenticeship as pupil teacher at Hill Street School, 1908; Dundee School Board Leaving certificate for central classes as pupil teacher, 1903; photographs of Kate Scott nee Fraser and family c1910s-c 1940s; St. Andrews Provinical Committtee for the Training of Teachers St. Andrews and Dundee Training Centre certificate for Kate Stewart Fraser 1909; Business Card for K. S. Scott c 1920s; University College, Dundee class certificate for Kate S. Fraser signed by H Durlac, 1907; Death notice for Kate Stewart Scott, 1974; graduation photograph 1909; letter from Silvie Taylor to Kenneth Baxter concerning these items.
Cook's Undergraduate notes and postgraduate research notes 1926-1947; Papers re Research Students supervised or externally examined by Cook, 1944-1972; Notes for Undergraduate Lectures by Cook, 1925-1973; Notes for Public Lectures given by Cook, 1942-1949; Scientific Publications of Robert P. Cook, 1926-1974; Records re books by Cook, c 1938-1974; Correspondence and Papers of Robert P. Cook. 1920-1990; Academic business abroad and in the UK, including International Congresses, 1937-1988; Scientific Papers re Nutrition, 1913-1962; Scientific Papers re Pathological Conditions, 1930-1976; Scientific Papers re Lipids, c 1929-1968; Scientific Papers re Metabolism, 1927-1964; Scientific Papers re Antibiotics, 1927-1987; Papers re Industrial Biochemistry, c 1917-1964; Papers re Scientific Methods, 1943-1971; Dental Papers, 1941-1958; Biochemistry Department Records, c 1900-2000; Historical Records re Queen's College/University of Dundee, 1883-1998; Biochemistry in Dundee, c 1950-1993; Biochemical Society Records, 1926-1989; Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 1970 - 1972; Other Publications, 1847-1989; Audio Tapes, 1972; Photographs & Glass Plate Negatives, 1925-1984; Biochemistry Department Plans, 1963-1970; Newspaper clippings, 1930-1979; Personal effects, 1833-2020
Photocopy of newspaper article from The Courier and Advertiser 23 June 1950. Relates to case for a University in Dundee and gives history of University College. Article is critical of the attitude of the University of St Andrews towards Dundee.
Minute Books. 1903-1987; Board of Governors meeting papers, agendas and appointments. 1957-1973; College prospectuses, reports, magazines, miscellaneous books and College History. 1902-1997; Student records, training forms, course information and certificates. 1904-1986; Graduation material. 1902-1986; Financial Records. 1907-1979 Mayfield Hostel records. 1911-1966; Records relating to Northern College of Education. c 1987; Scottish Education Department, Notes and correspondence. 1956-1972; Photographs, printing blocks and video footage. 1912 - 2006; College plans. 1911 - 1965; Principals' correspondence and reports. 1950-1981; Commonwealth Teachers Training Scheme. 1959-1978; Correspondence regarding New College Building. 1975-1977; Demonstration School and Primary Schools. c 1961-1977; Library papers. 1946-1987; Conference Papers and Workbooks written by J. F. McKellican. 1972-1983; Staff Records. c 1966; Methods Department 1969-c 1975
Minutes 1968 1974, financial records, 1960 1983, correspondence and miscellaneous papers, 1959 1984, annual reports, 1967/68 1984/85, programmes, handbooks, lecture lists and publicity material relating to BA branch meetings, excursions 1966 1985, British Association of Young Scientists, schools lecture service, science fairs and symposia 1960 1986.
British Association for the Advancement of Science: Tayside and Fife Branch
Cassette tape entitled Schola Clara: The High School of Dundee, 1911-1918, spoken by W. Fraser Mitchell; notes for proposed illustrated talk called A Century of Dundee Life, 1865-1965; A Short Family History. Being an Account of a family of Lawson their Progenitors and Kinsmen by W. Fraser Mitchell; notes and anecdotes concerning women in Universities, University College Dundee staff, Dundee personalities and some Dundee buildings including St. John's (Roseangle Parish Church), Botanical Gardens 1977; photograph of Morgan Academy, Dundee, Class II (1908-1909).
Recordings covering lives from the 1930's onwards, paperwork, biographies and some photographs of participants. Themes covered by the Project so far include the jute and textile industry (Dundee and India), the arts, academia, comics, journalism, publishing, disabilities, medicine, politics, armed services, retail, photography, sport and leisure, music and fashion. Themes also include childhood, family, education and work.
Contains documents on Dundee University Expeditions led from 1968 to 1979 by Roger Allen and Malcolm Slesser. The collection includes correspondence of the members of the expeditions, plans relating to the expedition, reports, articles, leaflets, tourist guides, and photos from the Greenland expeditions.
Minute books 1884-1995, financial papers including accounts and statements 1907-1994, agendas, training courses and lectures 1962-1963, completed RIAS membership applications c.1920-1955, papers relating to the Duncan Bequest 1889, 1931, and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art 1955,1961, press cuttings 1996, miscellaneous papers including centenary celebrations 1984.
Science Masters' Association (SMA) - National. 1947-1962 ; the Association for Science Education (ASE) - National. 1963-1993 ; Science Masters' Association (SMA) - Scottish Region. 1946-1963 ; the Association for Science Education (ASE) - Scottish Region. 1960-2001.
Book belonging to David Elder (? used for school exercises), c 1807, and accounts, 1814-1834; Elder family tree and record of succession to 8 acres of the estate of Camperdown from 1737, compiled by David Elder Senior, 1930; plan of the lands of Thomas and John Elder in Lochee, 1815.