File 2 - Bundle of correspondence relating to the Exposition Universelle, Paris 1900

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GB 249 T-TYR/1/2

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Bundle of correspondence relating to the Exposition Universelle, Paris 1900

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  • 1899 - 1911 (Creation)

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Envelope of the Exposition Universelle de 1900, [Paris] containing correspondence relating to the Paris Exposition and International Assembly. Correspondents include: [Patrick Geddes], [Andrew Ross], John Ross and T[homas] R. Marr. Mention of [ ] Delvolvé, Don Arturo De Marcoantu [sic], Mr.[ ] Trounce and the International Association. Manuscript and typescript. 5 docs. 17-22 October 1899.

Expense account notes relating to Paris 1900. Manuscript. 5 pp., in envelope endorsed 'Expenses for "Rue des Nations" 1900'. [c 1900].

Programme No. 20 (October 1-12) of the Paris International Assembly of the International Assocation for the Advancement of Science, Arts and Education'. Printed. 1 doc. c 1900. Attached newspaper article: 'International Science at the Paris and Glasgow Assemblies' by Patrick Geddes. From an unknown newspaper. No date [c 1900].

Sheet of notes and diagrams by Patrick Geddes. Manuscript. 1 p. No date.

The New Age, pp. 73-76. 26 May 1910. Includes articles on socialism, foreign affairs and the Prevention of Destitution Bill.

The Nation, pp. 765-768. 26 August 1911. Includes articles on militarism, the Mona Lisa, poetry and the end of a summer drought.

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  • French

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