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Contains five different newsletters related to the Chaplaincy of the University of Strathclyde: ‘The Catholic Student’, 'The ark news', ‘GAZETTE', ‘The University of Strathclyde Chaplaincy: Friends’ Newsletter’, and ‘BUS: a bulletin of the University of Strathclyde’.


Correspondence mainly related to the development of the Chaplaincy Centre and the move to the St Paul's Building. Correspondence refers to: the Chaplaincy Centre and associated appeal; the relocation of the Chaplaincy; the St Paul's Building; fundraising and finance; the development of the chaplaincy; meetings; committees; staff appointments; University Court and Senate decisions; accommodation for clergy; and the opening ceremony.

Correspondents include: R. J. M. Young; J. M. Harvey; Ian F. Brown; Duncan MacLean; J. Macdonald; John S. Lochrie; Alex N. Main; Horace Walker; David W. J. Morrell; Louis McGougan; Rev Ian Doyle; Sir Samuel Curran; Lady Curran.

Working documents

Various working documents related to chaplaincy projects for example: a chaplaincy appeal; documents related to accommodation in the St Paul’s building; and other documents such as typescript of a speech arguing the formation of the Chaplaincy Centre at the University of Strathclyde.

Student Handbooks

Chaplaincy student handbooks, for sessions:
-1976-1977 (4 copies)
-(Sessions 1978-1979 to 1983-1984 are wanting)
-1986-1987 (2 copies)


Annual reports from 1976 to 1984; reports related to the Chaplaincy Committee; and other reports related to the chaplaincy and external organisations.

Scottish Hotel School Library records

Accessions registers; record of purchases made under the lecturers' book budget for session 1981-1982; Stock Editor's administrative file.

The Scottish Hotel School Library comprised antiquarian reference works on cookery and wine, as well as modern lending stock on subjects relating to catering and business for the use of its students and staff. From 1967, J. Malcolm Allan of the Andersonian Library had oversight of the Scottish Hotel School Library. His supervision was largely exercised from a distance, but included two personal visits to Ross Hall each year. The Library remained at Ross Hall until 1982, when the Hotel School moved into the Curran Building on the main University of Strathclyde campus. Its stock was then transferred to the Andersonian Library and gradually integrated into the collection there, with the antiquarian books being designated as a special collection.

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