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Autograph book: Evelyn Walker's 'Confessions'

  • MS 360
  • Collection
  • 1913-1918
Confessions' album includes sketches, poems and answers to questions, with contributions by Joseph Lee, Arthur M Watson, JM, DD Stiven and others.

Evelyn Walker

David D Mason medals

  • MS 416
  • Collection
  • [1919-1920s]
First World War and Board of Trade medals awarded to Mr David D Mason of 158 South Street, St Andrews:
/1 Medal and ribbon in box: 'Presented by the Board of Trade to David Mason for long service with rocket life saving apparatus', nd
/2 'Bapaume' crescent pin badge, [1918]
/3 Victory medal, [1919]
/4 British War medal, [1919]
/5 Royal Engineers pin badge, nd
/6 Empty box and envelope addressed to Mason and marked 'Medals Registered'

Joseph Johnston Lee

  • MS 88
  • Collection
  • 1898-2007
Journals kept by Joseph Lee while a prisoner of war in Germany 1916-1918 and in later years when a journalist in London, which include sketches, photographs and miscellanea; also includes sketches of figures drawn by Lee at the Slade School of Art 1898-1948; local magazines edited by Lee 1907-1913; miscellaneous papers and correspondence relating to poetry, including correspondence with Robert Bridges 1914-1948; correspondence relating to his period of captivity in Karlsruhe Prisoner-of-War camp 1917-1918; miscellaneous correspondence 1913-1919; photographs 1914-1948; miscellaneous Material. c 1914 - 2007.

Joseph Johnston Lee

Joseph Lee Musical Score

  • MS 362
  • Collection
  • 1916-1917
Bound volume of musical scores. Musical score of 'Ballads of Battle' set to music by J F Heyde (aka James H Foote, a Dundee musician and music seller), published in London by Collar Moutrie. Autographed by Joseph Lee 'From the Author to the Composer'. 2 copies. 1916. Also includes advert for Two Indian Songs, words by Laurence Hope, music by Egerton Catchside. Musical score of 'Songs from Somewhere (5 further Ballads of Battle)' by J F Heyde (aka James H Foote), published in London by Collar Moutrie. Includes Lee's autograph and dedication 'To my friends Mr and Mrs Foote'. 1917.

J F Heyde

Lieutenant Patrick Wright Anderson, Black Watch, RFC and RAF

  • MS 2
  • Collection
  • 1915-2020
Correspondence of Patrick William Anderson with archivists, librarians and publishers mainly relating to his uncle, Lieutenant Patrick Wright Anderson, with some relating to James Bell Salmond, including articles and newspaper cuttings 1988-2020, loose articles and publications 2000-2019. Photographs, 1915-c 2018

Patrick William Anderson and Patrick Wright Anderson

Michael Bolik Collection

  • MS 311
  • Collection
  • 1987-2013
A collection of photos and documents relating to the life of Michael Bolik (born 1958) and his close family. Includes information on education, employment, and leisure.

Michael Bolik

Professor Alexander David Peacock, Professor of Natural History, University College, Dundee

  • UR-SF 2
  • Collection
  • c1880-1974
Academic papers, research notes, published and unpublished papers; papers relating to Cooper Enquiry and relations with St Andrews University; papers related to other members of UCD staff and material relating to the British Association meetings in Dundee in 1939 and 1947 and Belfast in 1952.

Professor Alexander David Peacock

Professor Richard Charles Alexander, Professor of Surgery, University of St. Andrews 1936-1951

  • UR-SF 10
  • Collection
  • 1897-1968
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.

Richard Charles Alexander

Wilson Family Papers

  • MS 82
  • Collection
  • 1771-1989
Correspondence, legal and business papers of several members of the family, photographs and maps

Wilson family of Pollockshaws and Alva