File 3 - Folder of notes and diagrams by Patrick Geddes

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GB 249 T-TYR/1/5/3

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Folder of notes and diagrams by Patrick Geddes

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  • c 1906 - 1916 (Creation)

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Notes and diagrams by Patrick Geddes. Relating to: Crosby Crypt, world and church, university and city, physical/biological/social; 'Exhibition of Ideas - (Temporal)' (including industry, art, health, education, politics, morals and history); 'Exhibition of Ideas - Spiritual' (including etho-politics and architecture); the antithetical relationship between the business philosophy of the industrial age and the spiritual doctrine of all time, the plunge into decadence and the vigour of war; the 'Two spirits of War', the war of conquest and the war of independence. Manuscript. 8 pp. [30 June 1905].

Fragment of a note by Patrick Geddes. Relating to tower street, entrance and back entrance, northward and southward views. 1 document. No date.

Folder is endorsed with notes by Jaqueline Tyrwhitt about the folder's original contents: correspondence from Patrick Geddes to [Henry] Wilson.
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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