A lecture at the Royal Institution by Dr Lyon Playfair, transcribed by James Young.
Reprinted from The Scottish Geographical Magazine, September and October 1905.
Endorsed: with title; '1905' and 'J. Tyrwhitt'.
With plan and note by Professor Geddes. Reprinted from The Scottish Geographical Magazine. March 1902. pp. 1-7. Also includes reprinted letters to Patrick Geddes from James Bryce, Clements Markham and Archibald Geikie. Reprinted from The Scottish Geographical Magazine. April 1902. pp. 1-4.
Endorsed: '1902' and 'J. Tyrwhitt'.Bartholomew, John George, 1860-1920, geographer and cartographer
Copy of typescript (ring-bound) Expert Panel report, prepared at the request of Royal Society of Canada.
INSERM = Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale, i.e. the French biomedical and public health research institution created in 1964.
Correspondence chiefly re British Lung Foundation's (BLF) Action Mesothelioma Day, 2006 and 2007. Includes invitation to the parliamentary reception. Also copy of the government petition 'Action mesothelioma charter', 2006.
Read before the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 17 March, 7 April and 7 July 1884. London and Edinburgh: William and Norgate.
One copy endorsed: '1884' and 'J. Tyrwhitt'.
Correspondence, notes, conference programm & papers.
Includes correspondence with Graham Allen MP (shadow minister for the environment/health and safety), copy of his speech, copies of questions asked about asbestos in the House of Commons 1995-1996.
Conference papers, originally comb-bound, and invitation for Nancy Tait to attend. It remains open whether she did so.
- Francis McCarthy (Pattison & Brewer): asbestos - an introduction
- Dr Robin Rudd (St Batholomew's Hospital): asbestos-related diseases
- Chris Bishop (Asbestos Removal Contractors Association (ARCA)): asbestos in the workplace
- Paul Meehan (Pattison & Brewer): control of asbestos regulations 2006
Booklet of practical advice for those concerned about exposure to asbestos and for those wanting to claim compensation. It was written following Yorkshire Television’s programme on asbestos ‘Alice: A Fight for Life’.
Copy of a booklet from the Canadian Asbestos Information Centre's 'Technical facts' series.
Conference book containing programme and presentations, 221 pp; Nancy Tait's handwritten notes, and letter confirming her free place at the meeting.
The stated aim of the conference was to enable participants to understand the complexities of assessing damages following the Social Security (Recovery of Benefits) Act 1997.
Reprinted from 'The Naturalist'.
Copy of No. 45. December 1978.
Includes an article with the title 'Lady Curran opens New Chaplaincy Centre', front page.