Series MS 121/21 - Box 21 River Garry, Loch Quoich, Glenquoich Lodge, Others

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MS 121/21

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Box 21 River Garry, Loch Quoich, Glenquoich Lodge, Others

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  • 1929-1952 (Creation)

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77,78,79,80,88 - Number appear on box but do not match with content inside River Garry: 17 bundles of Inland Water Surveys 1936 - 1944. 27 large folders contain reports and postcards on the River Garry; 1929 River Flow Records Ness Basin: 4 published copies, 6 paper works which are drafts and have been proofed; 1930 River Flow Records Ness Basin: 4 copies and loose paper works which are draft and proof read; 3 drafts for 1931 River Flow Records Ness Basin; 2 papers and a bundle of handwritten charts of rain-flow; 3 papers with hand written notes with clippings from publications; 1 large Lowest Run-Off graph;1 large envelope of 15Years Record; 6 small envelope contains postcards from 1940 - 1945; 1 red journal of sluice openings 1930. Loch Quoich: 2 large envelopes contains water resources 1936 and River-flows; 4 bundles contains typed script of papers, summary tables, total outflow, time of drop and regional run-off; 2 published books The Water Resources of Loch Quoich 1943; 1 published report of River Flow records of The Ness Basin; 1 small paper introducing the published books; 2 drafts with written comments of The Water Resources; inland water surveys and water flow records 1943. Quoich Dam: 1 Folder contains flood discharges paper work Nov 1951 - March 1952. Glenquoich Lodge: Loose papers: 3 copies of The 72 Years Rainfall Record at Glenquoich Lodge with 2 typed draft report by McClean and Graph; handwritten papers titled Rain Ganges; Graph of Rainfall Record; bundle of paper work for dry period. Others: 1Folder contains instructions; loose paper with list of published papers and records; 1 Envelope contains 1937 paper of Institution of Water Engineers; Rainfall and Flow-off, River Garry, Inverness-shire published book; An Analysis of Scottish Rainfall Records published books; loose paper work with written calculations and comments; Annual Average Rainfall at Loch Oich Pier Sept 1929 - Dec 1930; 1 red journal for winds notes in Loch Oich 1929 - 1930;15 Years records for Moriston 1940 - 1944.

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Open for consultation subject to preservation requirements. Access must also conform to the restrictions of the Data Protection Act (2018), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, 2018) and any other relevant legislation or restrictions. Clinical information is closed for 100 years.

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MS 121/21

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Description compiled in line with the following standards: International Council on Archives, ISAD(G) General International Standard Archival Description; International Council on Archives, ISAAR(CPF): International Standard Archival Authority Record for Corporate Bodies, Persons, and Families; National Council on Archives, Rules for the Construction of Personal, Place and Corporate Names, 1997

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  • English

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