File 1 - Diagrams and notes by [Patrick Geddes]

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GB 249 T-TYR/1/5/1

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Diagrams and notes by [Patrick Geddes]

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  • c 1906- 1915 (Creation)

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Diagram or plan by [Patrick Geddes] relating to the classification of the sciences, possibly for a museum layout. Manuscript. 1 document, no date.

Sheet with diagrams by [Patrick Geddes]. Manuscript. 1 document, no date.

Four diagrams by [Patrick Geddes or others] relating to the temporal and spiritual powers of various periods: Greco-Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, Revolution, Empire and Finance. Manuscript. 4 documents, no date.

Bundle of notes and diagrams relating to labour, finances, social and political movements, men and women, eutopia (India/Europe/ California). Manuscript. 9 docs, no date.

Bundle of notes, endorsed 'H. Wilson 30/6/15' and 'Dev[elopmen]t of Labour Letter to R. Kenny'. On labour relations and work. Manuscript. 5 docs. [1915]. Folder is endorsed by [Jaqueline Tyrwhitt]: '1906. 3 Letters to Wilson' and 'Wilson - Architect and artist - designed churches - leader in "arts & craft" movement - died over 80 before 1939. Had vast library espec. on eastern [sic] thought and art'. Inside of folder contains manuscript list of the original contents, correspondence between [Henry] Wilson and Patrick Geddes [see T-TYR 1/5/2 [https://www.ica-atom.org/strathclyde/folder-of-correspondence-between-henry-wilson-and-patrick-geddes;isad]].

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  • English

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