Advertising poster for an Allan Glen's School Senior Debating Society debate on the theme of 'A Treasure in Kelvingrove, by T.F. Brotchie M.A., Superintendent of the Glasgow Art Galleries', on Monday 30 January .
Papers relating to Andrew Jardine's studies at the Royal Technical College, his participation in the Evening Students' Representative Council, his membership of the Former Students' Association and his recollections of the origins of the Workshop Organization and Management evening class. Also posters advertising various Allan Glen's School Debating Society events.
Collection of miscellaneous and mostly non-technical writings about John Logie Baird, television pioneer, written and/or compiled by his son, Malcolm Baird. Some of the pieces have been published. The material forms a supplement to Malcolm Baird's more concise technical memoirs entitled “From the White Suit to the Hard Hat”.
Lectures about John Logie Baird
Articles about John Logie Baird
Reviews (book and film)
Sketches of people in John Logie Baird’s circle eg relatives, friends, associates including: (a) John Logie Baird's older sister Annie (1883-1971) and his daughter Diana (1931-2016) (b) the executor of John Logie Baird's estate (1894-1964) (c) Donald Flamm (1899-1998), John Logie Baird's friend and associate in the USA, and an honorary graduate of the University of Strathclyde (d) Antony Kamm (1931-2011) with whom Malcolm Baird wrote a biography of John Logie Baird (e) John Logie Baird's first love "Alice" (1890-1971) (f) A set of short character sketches developed by Malcolm Baird for a proposed film project
Dalton was Health and Safety Co-ordinator at the Transport and General Workers' Union (TGWU) from 1995 to 1998. This subseries comprises TGWU papers and correspondence from this period as well as some earlier and later material.