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Pamphlets

This section comprises the following series:

  1. Town planning

  2. Economics

  3. Sociology and Civics

  4. Art

  5. Architecture

  6. Philosophy

  7. Religion

  8. Education

  9. Geography

  10. Science

  11. Astronomy

  12. World Current Affairs and Politics

  13. Literature/Journalism

  14. Maps and Guide Books

  15. 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)

Agnew collection

  • GB 249 SC Agnew
  • Coleção
  • 1778-1992

Collection of books, mainly on Scottish industrial history and archaeology. Also includes some literature, notably by Sir Walter Scott and Allan Ramsay.

Agnew, James Percival, 1905-1998, chairman of the Scottish College of Commerce

Anderson collection

  • GB 249 SC Anderson
  • Coleção
  • 1539-1832

Collection of books, papers and lecture notes grouped in classes of theology, philosophy, literature and history.

Anderson, John, 1726-1796, natural philosopher

Mechanics/Anderson's collection

  • GB 249 SC Mechanics/Anderson
  • Coleção
  • 1657-1883

Collection of books, mainly on literature, science and 19th century history. Also contains mechanics magazine publications.

Anderson's College, Glasgow | Library