Enclosed with T-GED 9/864/1, from Sir John Murray, 'Challenger Office', J. G. Goodchild, H. M. Geological Survey and Curator at the Royal Museum, Edinburgh, Principal W. Laurie, Heriot Watt College, and John S. Flett ,H. M. Geological Survey.
Letter from Marjorie Morgan regarding the previous correspondence between Norah Mears and John Wales. She mentions that she is in charge of the group that will be working alongside Norah Mears' group during the summer project in Devon.
Postcard providing information on the location, price, and leader for Local Geography and Nature Study excursions that are scheduled to place on Saturdays 9 May to 11 July 1914, and start at the Outlook Tower.
Prospectus advising of the creation of publishing a Quarterly Review to link together members of the University of Edinburgh along with co-operation between the City and the University. Includes an order and guarantee form for prospective subscribers.
Notice to Members of the Outlook Tower from T. William Wallace, the assistant secretary, about a Conference on Regional Survey to be held at the Outlook Tower. Lists the objects of the meeting and the proposed speakers. 4 copies of one document.
Syllabus for The History of Learning taught through five courses by Professor Geddes at the University of London. Includes descriptions for each of the five lectures. Scheduled to take place between 29 January and 26 February .
Amendment to Mr. K. Natarajan’s motion by Mr. D.G. Dalvi, fl. January 1920.
Letter from Patrick Geddes, Department of Sociology and Civics, University of Bombay, to the Vice-Chancellor and Members of the Senate, University of Bombay, 30 January 1920. Patrick Geddes reports on the selection, by himself and Mr. K. Natarajan, of an assistant professor of Sociology at Bombay University. Advocates for Mr. Perwani to continue his work as Assistant Professor of Sociology in the place of Mr. K. Natarajan. Refers to the amendment by Mr. D.G. Dalvi to Mr. K. Natarajan’s motion.
Report by Patrick Geddes on two applications from Mr. Swaminathan and Mr. M.C. Chaterjee for the post of Assistant professor of Sociology and Civics at the University of Bombay, fl. February 1920.
Report by Patrick Geddes on an application from Mr. H.S. Stark for the post of Assistant professor of Sociology and Civics at the University of Bombay, 11 March 1920.
Geddes, Sir Patrick, 1854-1932, Knight, biologist, sociologist, educationist and town planner
Refers to an article on ‘The School of Sociology and Economics’ appeared in the Bombay Chronicle on the 25th of April, criticising the work and efficiency of the Sociology and Civics Department, the Town and Planning Exhibition, the work of Patrick Geddes and Assistant Professor Pherwani. The author brings detailed arguments against the assertions in the newspaper article.