Print preview Close

Showing 912 results

archivistische beschrijving
Print preview View:


Maps, plans, photographs, prints and drawings of Afghanistan, Africa, Algeria, Antarctica, Arabia, Arctic and North Pole, Asia, Australasia, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, British Isles, Burma, Canada, Ceylon, China, Colombia, Congo, Cuba, Cyprus, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, East Indies, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Europe, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland and Greenland, India, Indochina, Indonesia, Iraq, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Morocco, Natal, Nepal, The Netherlands, New Zealand, North America, Norway, Nyasaland Protectorate, Pacific Islands, Palestine, Panama, Persia, Poland, Polynesia, Portugal, Rhodesia, St. Helena, Scandinavia, Siam, South America, Spain, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Tibet, Transjordan, Turkey, Uganda, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, United States of America, West Indies, The World, Yemen and Yugoslavia, various countries and unidentified and unallocated cities, landscapes, gardens and architecture. There is also a series of ideal and speculative town planning schemes and architectural designs.

The series reflects the national-political background against which Geddes was pursuing his idea of regionalism.


Research for and drafts of two published works by Ludovic Kennedy - 'Ten Rillington Place' (published 1961) and 'The Trial of Stephen Ward' (published 1964) - and two unpublished works - 'Lieutenant' and 'Saying Goodbye to Big Daddy’.

Research correspondence

In roughly chronological order, starting with Nancy Tait's interactions with and concerning the Asbestos Information Committee (AIC).

Tait's asbestos research began as a quest for convincing answers regarding the death of her husband William Ashton Tait, who died of mesothelioma in 1968.

Comparatively little material from the early years (1969-1978) of Tait's investigations survives. Gaps include:

  • Tait's systematic study, begun in 1972, of the state of knowledge regarding the health risks of asbestos, resulting in her publication of 'Asbestos kills' (1976)
  • Tait's application for the Churchill fellowship, awarded to her early in 1976, and correspondence relating to her extensive travels in Europe in 1976
  • growing out of this, correspondence and papers documenting Tait's work with the Study Group on Asbestos of the Economic and Social Committee of the EEC (Section for Protection of the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Affairs) from 1977; much of this, including Nancy Tait's correspondence with Petra Kelly 1976-1981, can be consulted in the Petra Kelly Archive, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Berlin


Correspondence and papers on Dalton's career, libel cases brought against him and his health.

Resultaten 1 tot 15 van 912