Gardens

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4 collections results for Gardens

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Biology - Botany

This section comprises the following series:

  1. Manuscript and typescript lecture notes, papers, draft articles, draft chapters etc.

  2. Correspondence

  3. Printed and published material

  4. Bibliographical notes

  5. University College Dundee

  6. Miscellanea

Books

This section comprises what was probably part of the Outlook Tower library, although some books may have been in Patrick Geddes' private collection. Subjects covered are:

Agriculture, Husbandry, Gardens (1-21)
Architecture (22-42A)
Art (43-55)
Astronomy and Cosmography (56-75)
Biology, Botany and Zoology (76-108)
Education (109-113)
Exhibitions (114)
Geography (115-128)
Geology and Mineralogy (129-135)
History and Chronology (136-187)
Literature (188-196)
Music (197)
Planning, Housing, Public Health etc. (198-230)
Printing (231)
Religion and Philosophy (232-241)
Science (Applied and Theoretical) Including Mathematics, Mechanics, Navigation etc. (242-291)
Social Sciences including Sociology, Political Economy, Politics, Social Studies (312-317)
Travel and Topography (318-341)
Government Papers (342-349)
General Reference Works (350-354)
Miscellanea (355-361)

Ross Priory memorabilia

  • GB 249 T-MIN/11
  • Collection
  • 1751 - 1978

Photographs of India c. 1912 taken by S.H. Christie, probably a relative of Major George Christie, owner of Ross Priory; garden notebooks; published articles and press cuttings about Ross Priory.

Ross Priory

Unidentified and Unallocated: Gardens

  • GB 249 T-GED/22/1
  • Series
  • No date

Views of and designs for undientified gardens.

This series is part of Patrick Geddes’ large collection of maps, plans, photographs, prints and drawings of countries and regions around the world. Much of this collection was part of Geddes' Cities and Town Planning Exhibition.

Geddes, Sir Patrick, 1854-1932, Knight, biologist, sociologist, educationist and town planner