Poster for Zywe Archiwum (Living Archives) ‘Under Offer’: installation at Demarco European Art Foundation, Edinburgh, 21 September 1997.
'Swolla diu celebris meruit virtutibus Arma: Quae Populum fortem nobilitare solent. Inde Salutisera Veteri pietate Fideque In Tripolim recipi Faedere digna Fuit.'
Anon. [Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg].
Latin text on the reverse (p. 35).
'Cities Exchibition' labelled on the reverse.Braun, Georg, c. 1540-1622, topographer
View of Zurich, River Limmot, and Lake Zurich.
Title in manuscript in pencil on the reverse.
'Roches Polies Des Bords Du Glacier de Zermatt.'
'd'apres nat. et lith. par Bettannier.'
'lith de Nicolet a Neuchatel'
Hercule Nicolet after [ ] Bettannier.
'8.' endorsed in top margin.Nicolet, Hercule, fl. 1840, lithographer
Correspondence (including telephone memoranda) and papers re enquiries from individuals affected by asbestos ('Z-files' No 1-555). In reverse chronological order. Includes
- instructions on new OEDA office procedures for processing 'First reports' to 'Z-cases'
- printout of listing Z4 to Z292, dated March 1999
- colour photograph of asbestos victim at Z264
'Z files' were part of a new workflow for triaging queries on asbestos-related disease, implemented in the OEDA office from June 1998. The majority of Z-cases closed with a standard reply. However, a number of them grew into more substantial exchanges including coroner's and/or postmortem reports, clinicians' notes, and compensation and benefits claim information.
The workflow came with instructions on office procedures for processing 'First reports' to 'Z-cases'.
Map and illustrations of Yugoslavia.
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
Two reproductions of photographs, and one photograph of the 'Halles des Drapiers', mounted on one sheet.
- 'The Great Cloth Hall and Belfry. Founded by Count Baldwin IX. of Flandres'
- 'One of the Facades of the Great "Halles des Drapiers" the Largest Building of its King in Belgium'
- 'Ypres. - Les Halles'; endorsed '201', 'ND Photo'; 28.9 x 23 cm
Anon.; various authors.