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William Wilson papers

  • JCE/22/4/9
  • Stuk
  • 1938

Educational Institute of Scotland certificate of student membership, no. 728, dated June 1938.

Wilson, William, b. 1913, teacher

Diary of Mary Pinkerton

  • GB 249 T-PIN
  • Stuk
  • 11 July - 15 September 1903

Detailed diary of a trip made by Mary Pinkerton to America; typed transcript of diary (transcribed by Anne Cameron, June 2010). Enclosed in the manuscript diary are several loose additional diary pages; a poem entitled 'Books of the Bible'; a newspaper clipping intimating the death of Mary Pinkerton on 20 December [1912]; and a newspaper clipping intimating the death of Mary Cochran, relict of James Pinkerton [undated].

Pinkerton, Mary Thomson, 1855-1912, niece of Allan Pinkerton, private detective

Glasgow and West of Scotland Management Association minutes

  • GB 249 T-MIN/6
  • Stuk
  • 1950-1962

Signed minutes of meetings of the Glasgow and West of Scotland Management Association concerning the development of good management practice in the fields of industry, commerce, banking and insurance, and in public, semi-public and institutional administration.

Glasgow and West of Scotland Management Association

The Empire Calls: A Patriotic Song.

  • GB 249 T-MIN/39
  • Stuk
  • c. 1914

Folio songsheet containing lyrics by William A. Macfarlane and music by J. Parnie Dansken (Glasgow : Duncan Campbell & Son, c 1914).

Dansken, James Parnie, 1876-1947, surveyor

Work by Malcolm Baird entitled 'The Legend of John Logie Baird's "Secret War"'

  • GB 249 T-MIN/35
  • Stuk
  • October 2013

Compilation by Malcolm Baird, son of John Logie Baird, of articles, letters and book reviews concerning the claim first made in 1976 that John Logie Baird was involved in secret war work concerning radar during World War II and the years leading up to it.

Baird, Malcolm, b. 1935, chemical engineer

Letter from Walter Scott to Daniel Terry, playwright and actor

  • GB 249 T-MIN/33
  • Stuk
  • 12 November 1816

Refers to a drama he plans to produce for his godson; two of his tales [‘The Black Dwarf’ and ‘Old Mortality’] which he has just finished and is sending to Terry; an extension to his cottage at Abbotsford; his armorial bearings which are to be used in the design of stained glass windows [for his cottage]; and his family.

Folder includes transcription of letter plus two images of Scott.

Scott, Sir Walter, 1771-1832, 1st Baronet, poet and novelist

Memoirs of Miette Dernbach (née Hardy)

  • GB 249 T-MIN/31
  • Stuk
  • 1983

Autobiographical account of Miette Dernbach's life in Mexico. The memoir ends at the time of Miette's marriage in 1928.

Dernbach, Miette, b. c. 1900

Fragment of an Australian goldfields diary

  • GB 249 T-MIN/1
  • Stuk
  • 1856

The diary covers the period May-November 1856. The anonymous writer, a farmer's son, and his brother appear to have had gold claims at Whitehorse, near Ballarat for about three years. The writer then describes life aboard ship on a voyage (without his brother) from Melbourne on the 'James Baines' bound for Liverpool, as far as Cape Clear.

University of Strathclyde historical slide pack

  • GB 249 OS/96/17
  • Stuk
  • August 1993

A history of the University of Strathclyde with accompanying slides. The text was written by Jim McGrath, University Archivist. The selection of slides was made by Jim McGrath together with Roddy McKenzie, Assistant Archivist, and Neil McLennan, Audio Visual Services.

Includes list of slides.

University of Strathclyde | Archives

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