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Reference NCUACS 87.8.99
Covering dates 1916-1993
Held by Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
Extent ca 7800 items
Conditions of access NOT ALL THE MATERIAL IN THIS COLLECTION MAY YET BE AVAILABLE FOR CONSULTATION.
ENQUIRIES SHOULD BE ADDRESSED IN THE FIRST INSTANCE TO:
THE KEEPER OF MANUSCRIPTS AND UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
WEST ROAD
CAMBRIDGE CB3 9DR
Source of acquisition The papers were received from Lady Scott, widow, in several consignments during the summer and autumn of 1995.
Creators Scott, Sir, Peter Markham, 1909-1989, Knight, scientist and nature conservationalist
Related information LOCATIONS OF OTHER MATERIAL
The archives of the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust are held at the Trust's headquarters, Slimbridge, Gloucestershire.
Most of Scott's correspondence relating to his work for the World Wide Fund for Nature are held at its Headquarters, Gland, Switzerland.
The archives of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) are held at the IUCN headquarters, Gland, Switzerland.
Bibliography For a full account of Scott's life see Peter Scott, Painter and Naturalist, by Elspeth Huxley (London, 1993).
Note Compiled by Simon Coleman, Alan Hayward, Adrian Nardone and Timothy E. Powell
The work of the National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists and the production of this catalogue are made possible by the support of the following societies and organisations:
The Biochemical Society
The British Crystallographic Association
The Geological Society
The Higher Education Funding Council for England
The Institute of Physics
The Royal Society
Trinity College Cambridge
The Wellcome Trust
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
We are very grateful to Lady Scott for making the papers available and for advice given.

Administrative history:
OUTLINE OF THE CAREER OF SIR PETER MARKHAM SCOTT
Scott was born in London on 14 September 1909, the son of the famous Antarctic explorer, Captain Robert Falcon Scott. He was two years old when his father died with his companions on their return journey from the South Pole in 1912. His mother Kathleen (née Bruce; later Lady Kennet), a sculptor, was re-married in 1922, to Edward Hilton Young (later Lord Kennet of the Dene).
Scott attended Oundle School near Peterborough before entering Trinity College Cambridge in 1927 to read Natural Sciences. In his third year he changed direction entirely, opting to study the History of Art and Architecture. He left Cambridge in 1930 with an Ordinary BA Degree in History of Art and Botany and enrolled at the State Academy of Arts in Munich. On returning from Germany in July 1931 he gained a place at the Royal Academy School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture and remained there for two years.
At Cambridge Scott spent a considerable part of his time painting, usually wildfowl studies, and also became an enthusiastic wildfowler in the Norfolk estuaries and marshes. He found that his imagination was stimulated by observing living birds in their wetland environment, rather than by the formal study of Natural Sciences. His fascination with wetlands and their wildfowl endured for the rest of his life, profoundly influencing his painting and, later, much of his work as a conservationist.
From 1933 to 1940 Arthur Ackermann & Son held highly successful annual exhibitions of Scott's paintings. During these years he rented East Lighthouse at the mouth of the River Nene in order to paint and collect wildfowl. His first book, Morning Flight, an account of his years in East Anglia and the Fens with his own illustrations, was published by Country Life in 1935.
In World War Two Scott served in the Royal Navy, at first seeing action in the Battle of France and the Battle of the Atlantic, 1940-1942. He later reached the rank of Lieutenant-Commander in the Steam Gunboat Flotilla of the Coastal Forces and took part in some notable engagements in the English Channel. Three times mentioned in dispatches, he received an MBE in 1942 and a DSC in 1943. Immediately after resigning from the Royal Navy he stood as a Conservative and National Candidate in the 1945 General Election, narrowly failing to win the Wembley North seat.
In 1946 Scott founded the Severn Wildfowl Trust (now the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust) at Slimbidge, Gloucestershire, to develop his earlier idea of forming a single collection of all the world's species of ducks, geese and swans - the Anatidae family. A non-profit making organisation, its aims were the conservation and public display of wildfowl and scientific research on species and wetland habitats. The Trust's work in the catching and ringing of wild geese, for which Scott pioneered the 'rocket-netting' technique, enabled extensive studies of their populations and migrations to be made. In the early 1950s the Hawaiian Goose or 'Ne-ne', a species very near to extinction, was successfully bred at Slimbridge and re-introduced into the Hawaiian islands. In the following two decades the Trust expanded its operations, opening five new centres and refuges at various locations in the UK.
Scott understood that the conservation of wildlife and the natural environment needed to be viewed in an international context, if significant advances were to be achieved. A co-founder of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF; now the World Wide Fund for Nature), he served as its first Chairman (1961-1982) and as Chairman of the WWF British National Appeal. As Chairman of the Survival Services Commission of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), 1962-1981, he invented the Red Data Books for documenting endangered species of flora and fauna. Scott was heavily involved in the WWF's fundraising projects and campaigns, at the same time establishing himself as a prominent communicator for the cause of world conservation. In numerous speeches he emphasised the dangers inherent not only to wildlife but to man himself in the continued destruction and pollution of the biosphere. Outside the WWF and IUCN he served, in various capacities, a great number organisations covering a broad range of conservation interests. Among the offices he held were President of the Fauna and Flora Preservation Society, 1981-1989, and Director of the Loch Ness Phenomena Investigation Bureau Ltd, 1961-1977.
His numerous interests and commitments in the fields of conservation and ornithology necessitated a great deal of travel overseas. He visited the Antarctic on five occasions, and his ornithological expeditions included a search for the Redbreasted Goose along the shores of the Caspian Sea (1938) and an exploration of the Perry River region of the Canadian Arctic to study Ross's Goose and its breeding grounds (1949).
In the 1940s Scott became a well-known broadcaster, regularly appearing on the BBC radio programme Nature Parliament on Children's Hour. He was instrumental in the development of the BBC's Natural History Unit at Bristol, presenting the television programme Look from 1955 to 1970. In 1971 he began presenting commentaries for Anglia Television's natural history series, Survival, and became a Director of Survival Anglia Ltd.
Scott published eighteen books and illustrated twenty others. His best known books include Morning Flight (see above), Wild Chorus (1938), The Battle of the Narrow Seas (1945), The Eye of the Wind (autobiography, 1961) and Travel Diaries of a Naturalist (three volumes, 1983-1987).
In addition to his work as artist, conservationist and broadcaster he held offices in various other organisations, most notably the Chancellorship of the University of Birmingham, 1974-1983. His other main interests were yachting and gliding. He won a bronze medal for single-handed sailing at the Olympic Games in Kiel in 1936, won the Prince of Wales Cup in 1937 and 1938, and competed unsuccessfully for the America's Cup in 1964. In 1963 he won the National Open Gilding Championship.
In 1942 Scott married Elizabeth Jane Howard, the future novelist, from whom he was later divorced. In 1951 he married Philippa Talbot Ponsonby (later Lady Scott; referred to in the catalogue as Philippa Scott) who is now Honorary Director of the Wildfowl Trust. During his lifetime he received many honours and awards for his conservation work. He was awarded the CBE in 1953 and was knighted in 1973, the first person to receive this honour for services to conservation. In 1987 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society under Statute 12.
Scott died in August 1989.

Contents:
SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL A.1-A.747
SECTION B WORLD WAR TWO B.1-B.201
SECTION C NATURE CONSERVATION AND RESEARCH C.1-C.1347
SECTION D TRAVEL D.1-D.862
SECTION E PUBLICATIONS E.1-E.349
SECTION F RADIO AND TELEVISION F.1-F.251
SECTION G LECTURES, SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES G.1-G.151
SECTION H SOCIETIES AND ORGANISATIONS H.1-H.262
SECTION J PAINTING J.1-J.443
SECTION K YACHTING K.1-K.104
SECTION L GLIDING L.1-L.154
SECTION M CORRESPONDENCE M.1-M.2949
The papers in the collection cover the period 1916-1993. They are arranged in twelve sections.
Section A, Biographical, is extensive. There is a considerable volume of material covering the earlier part of Scott's life (pre-1940) including his schooldays, his periods studying at Cambridge and at Munich, and his years at East Lighthouse, 1933-1940. Some of this material was assembled by Elspeth Huxley for her biography of Scott and includes reminiscences sent to her by his contemporaries. A record of Scott's wildfowling excursions is provided by his 'wildfowling diaries', dating from his Cambridge years, and by other material. There is personal correspondence with a variety of friends and colleagues, dating from most periods of his life, and a large body of family correspondence and papers which relates to several individuals, in particular his mother Kathleen. In addition there are papers documenting his brief involvement in politics immediately after World War Two; many articles, including interviews, obituaries and tributes; papers relating to honours and awards; and engagement diaries.
Section B, World War Two, principally consists of material documenting Scott's war service in the Royal Navy, from his initial appointment to HMS Broke to his commands in the Steam Gunboat Flotilla of the Coastal Forces, and papers relating to his writings on the war, mostly to The Battle of the Narrow Seas (1945). Included in the war service papers is material relating to Scott's work on camouflage design, to his interviews with a captured German naval officer, and photographs and sketches.
Section C, Nature conservation and research, chiefly comprises administrative papers of the Wildfowl Trust, covering the Trust's operations during Scott's life, and a large sequence of papers (named 'Other Organisations and Topics') which reflect his associations with a great diversity of organisations, campaigns and issues, arranged alphabetically. Included here is significant documentation of his work for the World Wildlife Fund, mostly correspondence with prominent WWF officers and correspondence and papers concerning fundraising, in particular Scott's visits to Saudi Arabia in the mid-1970s. A large group of papers relates to Scott's involvement in the Loch Ness Phenomena Investigation Bureau Ltd and includes drafts of his articles on the evidence for the existence of the 'Loch Ness Monster' and the associated scientific nomenclature. There are also correspondence and papers covering the Hawaiian Goose breeding project, his early years as Chairman of the Survival Services Commission of IUCN, and his involvement in the International Waterfowl and Wetlands Research Bureau. Also found in the 'Other Organisations and Topics' sequence is correspondence with prominent naturalists such as Richard Fitter, Gavin Maxwell and Gerald Durrell. Small groups of papers document Scott's research on chameleons and reef fish. Concluding the section is material relating to the Peter Scott Memorial Fund for Conservation which was launched soon after his death.
Section D, Travel, principally comprises correspondence and papers covering Scott's extensive foreign travel (some UK travel is included) from 1945 to 1989. Included are manuscript speech notes, conference papers, reports and photographs. There is also a group of correspondence concerning Scott's association with Lindblad Travel Inc. and a series of itineraries, most of which are annotated.
Section E, Publications, presents a chronological series of drafts of various books (some co-authored) and articles by Scott and of his forewords and contributions to other publications. The principal subjects covered are ornithology and conservation, including the Wildfowl Trust; also included are articles on gliding, contributions to publications about his father, Captain Robert Falcon Scott, and unidentified drafts. Among the earlier drafts are those of the unpublished account of his expedition to the Caspian Sea in 1938 and of large parts of the books Wild Chorus (Country Life, 1938) and A Thousand Geese (Collins, 1953). Some of his original artwork for Lemuel by Edith R. Gregorson (1947) also survives. There are also significant correspondence and papers relating to his autobiography The Eye of the Wind (Hodder & Stoughton) 1961, Fishwatchers Guide to West Atlantic Coral Reefs, 1972 (by Charles C.G. Chaplin, illustrated by Scott), and to Travel Diaries of a Naturalist (Collins) 1983-1987. Also in this section is editorial correspondence, arranged by publisher or publication, and off-prints and re-prints.
Section F, Radio and television, is organised in three sub-sections: BBC, Anglia Television and Other Broadcasting Work, the latter being slight. The BBC material covers the period 1939-1989 and consists of draft scripts and outlines for programmes, correspondence, and papers relating to contracts and payments. Among the scripts are some from the radio series, Nature Parliament and Birds in Britain, the television series Look and miscellaneous broadcasts, including Scott's commentary for the wedding of Princess Elizabeth in 1947. The Anglia material is much smaller, principally being correspondence and Survival Anglia Ltd Board of Directors papers.
Section G, Lectures, speeches and addresses, comprises drafts of speeches given at a variety of conferences and gatherings, 1948-1989, and related correspondence. Included are lectures and speeches given at conferences on environmental issues, World Wildlife Fund and Wildfowl Trust functions and academic institutions. Some of these highlight Scott's prominent role in the communication of conservation issues to a wider audience.
Section H, Societies and organisations, illustrates the diversity of Scott's commitments outside his main activities and interests. However, it only provides significant documentation of his involvement in a few of some sixty organisations in which he held an official position or was otherwise associated. By far the largest group of papers relates to his period as Chancellor of the University of Birmingham. Most of this covers general university business, though there is material relating to his election, including letters of congratulation.
Section J, Painting, reflects Scott's vast output of paintings and drawings over a period of some six decades and covers most aspects of the marketing of his works and associated reproductions. The bulk of the papers are organised in three sub-sections: Exhibitions and Sales, Commissions, and Reproductions. Significant groups of papers relate to Arthur Ackermann & Son Ltd, The Society of Wildlife Artists, Falcon Arts Inc. (Scott's agents in the USA) and the 'Peter Scott at 80 - a Retrospective' exhibition (1989-1990).
Section K, Yachting, includes material relating to Scott's participation in the 1936 Olympic Games at Kiel and his unsuccessful challenge for the America's Cup in 1964. Also of interest are papers concerning his Presidency of the International Yacht Racing Association, 1959-1969.
Section L, Gliding, includes papers documenting Scott's involvement with the British Gliding Association, 1956-1981, drafts of articles and papers relating to broadcasts.
Section M, Correspondence, is exceptional in extent and spans the period 1945 to 1989. It reflects Scott's broad range of activities and interests; the subjects covered include painting commissions, the Wildfowl Trust, the World Wildlife Fund, publications and general ornithological and conservation matters. A number of scientists, including Nikolaas Tinbergen, Konrad Lorenz, Julian Huxley and W.H. Thorpe, are represented and there is significant correspondence from the general public, much of it expressing appreciation of Scott's work at the Wildfowl Trust and of his paintings, broadcasts and books.



SECTION D TRAVEL  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.1-D.862  [n.d.]

Contents:
The material described in this section documents Scott's travels from 1945 to 1989. During this period he visited many parts of the world, mostly in connection with his interest in wildlife and his work as an international conservationist. Scott was frequently accompanied on his travels by his second wife, Philippa, whom he married during his expedition to Iceland in 1951.
As a respected authority on conservation matters and a high profile public figure, Scott received numerous invitations to visit areas with important wildlife populations and advise on their conservation. Although he was a self-taught ornithologist. Scott's abilities in this field were highly respected and he led, or took part in, expeditions to various parts of the world to study wildfowl in their breeding grounds.
As Chairman of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), 1961-1982, Scott made numerous trips abroad to represent the organisation and to participate in fundraising activities. From the 1960s his visits to the United States frequently included engagements for the Fund's benefit. Scott was in demand as a speaker and sometimes travelled long distances to attend conferences, symposia and meetings. The majority of these were concerned with conservation issues, such as the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) Conference held in Bangkok, Thailand, in 1965.
By the 1950s Scott's broadcasting commitments required him to travel abroad to obtain film footage to show on his series Faraway Look. This was one of the reasons behind his 'world tour' from November 1956 to February 1957.
A small group of correspondence relates to Scott's involvement with Lindblad Travel Inc.
D.1-D.58 ITINERARIES
D.59-D.838 TRAVEL
D.839-D.862 LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.1-D.58  1964-1989

Contents:
A sequence of typescript itineraries for Scott's domestic and foreign travels, 1964-1989. Most have been annotated by him, some with doodles and drawings. The reverse side of many of the itineraries have also been used by Scott to make notes.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.1  [1964]

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.2  [1965]

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.3  1966

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.4, D.5  1967

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.6, D.7  1968

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.8, D.9  1969

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.10, D.11  1970

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.12, D.13  1971

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.14, D.15  1972

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.16, D.17  1973

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.18-D.20  1974

3 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.21-D.23  1975

3 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.24, D.25  1976

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.26, D.27  1977

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.28-D.30  1978

3 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.31, D.32  1979

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.33, D.34  1980

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.35-D.37  1981

3 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.38-D.40  1982

3 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.41-D.43  1983

3 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.44, D.45  1984

2 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.46-D.48  1985

3 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.49-D.51  1986

3 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.52-D.54  1987

3 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.55-D.57  1988

3 folders.

ITINERARIES  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.58  1989

TRAVEL  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.59-D.838  1945-1989

Contents:
The following material relates to Scott's visits for which individual files were kept. Most of the papers concern foreign trips but there is also material relating to his attendance at a number of conferences in the United Kingdom.
A large part of these papers is made up of itineraries and correspondence regarding arrangements. There is, however, a significant amount of other material including correspondence arising from the trips, manuscript speech notes by Scott, typescript reports of visits, conference papers, newspaper cuttings, photographs, maps, memorabilia, and background material about the places visited by Scott.
The papers are arranged in chronological order of the visits.

TRAVEL  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.59  1945-1949

Contents:
USA, April-May 1946.
Scott visited the USA to supervise an exhibition of his paintings and drawings at Harlow's galleries, New York, to consult with his publishers, Charles Scribner's Sons and to give a number of lectures.
'American Trip 1946'. Contents of file so inscribed.
Correspondence etc, 1945-1949.

TRAVEL  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.60, D.61  1947

2 folders.

Contents:
Sweden, 1947.
Scott joined the latter stages of a trip to Swedish Lapland, organised by W.J.L. Sladen, to observe geese in their breeding grounds, especially Lesser Whitefronts, and bring live specimens back to England for scientific study.
Correspondence and photographs, 1947.

USA and Canada, October-December 1948.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.62-D.66  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Scott made this trip for several purposes. These included attending an exhibition of his paintings in New York and visiting a number of wildlife reserves in Canada and the United States. In his capacity as Director of the Severn Wildfowl Trust he also took a consignment of live wildfowl across the Atlantic for sale.

USA and Canada, October-December 1948.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.62-D.65  1948-1951

Contents:
'American Trip 1948'. Contents of file so inscribed, divided into four for ease of reference.
Correspondence etc

USA and Canada, October-December 1948.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.66  1948

Contents:
'An account of a visit to Canada and the US in October and November 1948', 15pp typescript by Scott so entitled.

Perry River, Canada  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.67-D.73  May-August 1949


Related information: See E.34, E.35 for related material.

Contents:
Scott was a member of a scientific expedition to the Perry River District of Canada in 1949, to carry out studies of the terrain and the waterfowl populations breeding in that area. The other members were two American ornithologists H.C. Hanson and P. Queneau.

'Perry River'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.67-D.72  [n.d.]

Contents:
Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into six for ease of reference.

'Perry River'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.67-D.71  1948-1949

5 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

'Perry River'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.72  1949-1951

Contents:
Correspondence and papers

'Perry River'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.73  [n.d.]

Contents:
'Perry River Preliminary Report'. Contents of file so inscribed.
5pp copy of typescript reports; 6pp typescript draft annotated by Scott; etc.

Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.74  1949-1950

Contents:
USA, January 1950.
'American Trip 1950'. Contents of file so inscribed.
Correspondence and papers, 1949-1950, including letters re the Perry River expedition.

Iceland  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.75-D.80  June-August 1951 and Summer 1953

Administrative history:
In 1951 Scott led an expedition to the central highlands of Iceland to study the breeding grounds of the Pinkfooted goose. He was accompanied by F. Gudmundsson, Director of the natural history museum in Reykjavik, J. Fisher and Philippa Talbot-Ponsonby. During this expedition about 1,100 Pinkfeet were caught and marked.
Scott returned to Iceland for a second expedition in 1953 with four Englishmen and three Icelanders to ring more Pinkfooted geese.

Iceland  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.75-D.77  1951-1953

3 folders.

Contents:
'Iceland 1951-1953'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into three for ease of reference.
Correspondence and papers re both expeditions.

'Iceland 1951, Typescript & Maps'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.78-D.80  [n.d.]

Contents:
Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into three for ease of reference.

'Iceland 1951, Typescript & Maps'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.78  1951

Contents:
'Diary of Peter Scott. Iceland 1951', 144pp typescript so entitled.

'Iceland 1951, Typescript & Maps'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.79  n.d

Contents:
'Iceland Journal. James Fisher', 37pp typescript (annotated) so entitled.

'Iceland 1951, Typescript & Maps'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.80  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript notes; maps.

Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.81  1950 - 1951

Contents:
USA, November-December 1951.
Scott visited the United States, in connection with the sale of his paintings in New York and the illustration of a book for which he needed to study wildfowl specimens at the American Museum of Natural History, New York.
'American Visit 1951'. Contents of file so inscribed.
Correspondence etc, 1950-1951.

South America  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.82-D.93  March-April 1953

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to South America via the United States where he stayed with friends in Georgia before flying with a party to Santiago, Chile. His main aim was to study and film wildfowl, especially three rare species, the Black-headed Duck, the Bronze-winged Duck and the Torrent Duck. During the trip a significant amount of time was spent in Tierra del Fuego and the High Andes in Bolivia and two films were produced by Scott about these areas.

South America  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.82-D.88  1951-April 1953

7 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence etc re arrangements

South America  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.89-D.91  April 1953-March 1954

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence arising from the trip

South America  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.92  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript notes.

South America  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.93  1954, 1955

Contents:
Plans, photograph and printed material re lectures by Scott on his travels in South America

World Tour  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.94-D.129  November 1956-February 1957

Administrative history:
The main aims of the world tour were to study rare wildfowl species and methods of wild life conservation (and if possible to obtain live specimens for the collections at Slimbridge). The tour also provided an opportunity to film wildlife for future television programmes and enabled Scott, as President of the International Yacht Racing Union and Chairman of the International Jury, to attend the Olympic Games in Melbourne, Australia.
During the tour the Scott visited Singapore, Australia, New Guinea, New Zealand, and Fiji, returning via the United States, where he spent time in Hawaii.
The material was all kept together in a box marked 'World Tour'.

World Tour  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.94  n.d

Contents:
3pp typescript itinerary for the tour, with 3pp manuscript draft attached.

'Australia'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into nine for ease of reference.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.95-D.103  1954-1957

9 folders.

Contents:
Includes correspondence re arrangements to visit Australia and New Guinea; letters from the general public in Australia and New Zealand (with copies of Scott's replies); newspaper cuttings; letters of thanks and other correspondence arising from the world tour.

World Tour  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.104-D.107  1955-1956

4 folders.

Contents:
'Olympic Games, Melbourne'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into four for ease of reference.
Includes correspondence re arrangements to attend the Olympic Games; papers relating to the work of the International Jury

World Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.108-D.113  1952-1956

6 folders.

Contents:
'New Zealand'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into six for ease of reference.
Includes correspondence re the supply of New Zealand waterfowl to the Severn Wildfowl Trust; correspondence re arrangements to visit New Zealand.

World Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.114  1955-1956

Contents:
'Hawaii'. Contents of folder so inscribed.

World Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.115-D.117  1955-1957

3 folders.

Contents:
'World Tour/ Thos. Cook/ Travel/ Accommodation etc.'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into three for ease of reference.
Includes correspondence re travel arrangements for the world tour and re arrangements to visit California, USA

World Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.118-D.121  1956-1957

4 folders.

Contents:
'Bumff brought back from world tour'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into four folders for ease of reference.
Includes letters sent to Scott during the tour; newspaper cuttings; memorabilia

World Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.122  1956-1957

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the world tour, found loose together in the box

Series of seven folders kept within large folder entitled 'In Absence'. The titles of these folders are given in the entries below.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.123-D.129  1956-1957

Contents:
The material consists of correspondence and papers relating largely to the management of Scott's affairs during his absence on the world tour

'In Absence'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.123  c1956-1957

Contents:
'Financial statements'.

'In Absence'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.124  c1956-1957

Contents:
'Michael Bratby Esq.'.

'In Absence'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.125  c1956-1957

Contents:
'Braby & Waller'.

'In Absence'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.126  c1956-1957

Contents:
'Westminster Bank Ltd'.

'In Absence'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.127  c1956-1957

Contents:
'BBC Contract & Accounts Dept.'.

'In Absence'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.128  c1956-1957

Contents:
'Financial Details'.

'In Absence'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.129  c1956-1957

Contents:
Untitled folder re Scott's financial accounts.

Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.130-D.151  February-March 1959

Administrative history:
In early 1959 Scott visited the Galapagos Islands, travelling via the British Virgin Islands, Trinidad, Panama and Ecuador. His main purpose was to obtain film footage for the BBC television programme Faraway Look, but the expedition to the Galapagos Islands also allowed him to gain publicity for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) and its proposal to establish a Charles Darwin research station on the Islands (Scott was a member of the IUCN's Executive Board).
The Galapagos Islands had an important part in Darwin's conception of the theory of evolution. The television programmes and the proposed research station were both intended to mark the centenary of the publication of his Origin of Species.
The material was kept together in two boxes inscribed 'Galapagos Islands 1959 (1)' and 'Galapagos Islands 1959 (2)' respectively.

'Galapagos Islands 1959 (1)'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.130-D.144  [n.d.]

Contents:
Contents of box so inscribed, divided into fifteen for ease of reference.
Most of the material relates to Scott's expedition to the Galapagos Islands, although some concerns his visits to the British Virgin Islands, Trinidad, Panama and Ecuador.

Correspondence re arrangements; letters about events at home sent to Scott during his travels; letters of introduction; etc.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.130-D.138  1956, 1958-1959

9 folders.

'Galapagos Islands 1959 (1)'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.139, D.140  ca 1959

2 folders.

Contents:
Draft itinerary; miscellaneous manuscript notes; maps; etc

'Galapagos Islands 1959 (1)'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.141-D.144  n.d

4 folders.

Contents:
Printed and typescript papers re the Galapagos Islands.

'Galapagos Islands 1959 (2)'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.145-D.151  1959


Related information: For further papers relating to Scott's involvement in the Foundation see C.343-C.363.

Contents:
Contents of box so inscribed, divided into seven for ease of reference.
The material largely relates to Scott's involvement with the Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands.
The Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands was established in July 1959 under the auspices of UNESCO and Scott became a member of its Executive Council. The Foundation worked successfully to set up a research station on the Islands and in January 1964 the building was officially opened.

'Galapagos Islands 1959 (2)'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.145-D.147  April-December 1959

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re the proposed research station and re the Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands etc

'Galapagos Islands 1959 (2)'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.148  c1961

Contents:
Papers relating to the production of a brochure for the Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands
Includes 6pp manuscript draft by Scott; printed copy of the brochure; letter by R.I. Bowman commenting on the brochure, 17 April 1961.

'Galapagos Islands 1959 (2)'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.149  [1960]

Contents:
'BBC/IUCN Darwin Centenary Expedition', 14pp typescript by Scott so entitled, [1960].
This is an account by Scott of his expedition to the Galapagos Islands and his visits to the British Virgin Islands, Trinidad, Panama and Ecuador in early 1959.

'Galapagos Islands 1959 (2)'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.150, D.151  1960-1961, n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Typescript reports and other papers relating to the Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands

Bahamas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.152-D.157  March-April 1965

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to the Bahamas in late March to help raise funds for the Bahamas National Trust (of which he was an Honorary Vice-President) and to get support for the World Wildlife Fund. He also planned to work with C.G. Chaplin on a guide book to coral reef fishes.

Bahamas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.152-D.155  1964-1965

4 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Bahamas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.156  1965

Contents:
Papers relating to the Bahamas National Trust

Bahamas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.157  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript notes; photographs; etc.

IUCN Conference on Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in Tropical South East Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 29 November - 4 December 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.158-D.167  1965

Administrative history:
Scott attended the Conference, made a key note address at the opening session and was a Discussion Leader during a technical session on Threatened Species. He also visited India prior to the Conference, as part of an IUCN delegation, during which he gave a speech at Delhi University.

IUCN Conference on Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in Tropical South East Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 29 November - 4 December 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.158, D.159  March-December 1965

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; letters about events at home, sent to Scott in Bangkok; etc.

IUCN Conference on Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in Tropical South East Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 29 November - 4 December 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.160  n.d

Contents:
Typescript itinerary (annotated); manuscript speech notes; miscellaneous manuscript notes; memorabilia.

IUCN Conference on Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in Tropical South East Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 29 November - 4 December 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.161  1965

Contents:
Papers relating to a special meeting of the Standing Committee of the Indian Board for Wildlife, to meet the IUCN delegation, New Delhi, 24 November 1965.

IUCN Conference on Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in Tropical South East Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 29 November - 4 December 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.162-D.167  n.d

6 folders.

Contents:
IUCN Conference programmes (annotated); typescript conference papers; etc.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.168-D.173  January 1966

Administrative history:
Scott visited the Antarctic, travelling via Fiji and New Zealand, to make a television documentary for the BBC. This was the first of a number of trips he made to Antarctica during his lifetime.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.168-D.170  1965-1966

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; correspondence sent to Scott during the visit.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.171  1966

Contents:
Correspondence following Scott's return, February, April 1966.
Includes 6pp typescript by Tom Morgan, journalist, re Scott's visit.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.172  n.d

Contents:
Itinerary; manuscript notes entitled 'A Message to the Young People of Japan from Peter Scott in Antarctica'; etc.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.173  n.d

Contents:
Printed and typescript material.

USA, September-October 1966.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.174-D.187  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Scott visited the USA on this occasion to act as chairman of a conference on 'The Role of Zoos in the International Conservation of Wild Animals', 4-6 October 1966, San Diego. The conference was part of celebrations marking the 50th Anniversary of San Diego Zoo.
Fund raising engagements for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) were also arranged in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
'USA (San Diego) Sept/Oct 1966'. Contents of large folder so inscribed, divided into fourteen for ease of reference.

USA, September-October 1966.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.174  n.d

Contents:
Typescript itinerary (annotated by Scott).

USA, September-October 1966.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.175-D.179  1965-1966

5 folders.

Contents:
Folder of correspondence, divided into five for ease of reference.
Correspondence re arrangements for the visit etc, August 1965-September 1966.

USA, September-October 1966.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.180-D.183  September-October 1966

4 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence found loose in main folder.
Includes correspondence relating to Scott's fund raising for the WWF; letters of thanks by Scott.

USA, September-October 1966.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.184  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript speech notes; miscellaneous manuscript notes.

USA, September-October 1966.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.185  n.d

Contents:
'Notes for a Major Presentation of A World Plan for Conservation of Nature and its Financial Implications', 2pp typescript by Scott

USA, September-October 1966.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.186, D.187  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Photographs; guest lists; newspaper cuttings; memorabilia; etc.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.188-D.204  February 1968

Administrative history:
Scott was Expedition Leader on an Antarctic cruise aboard the MS Navarino, organised by Lindblad Travel Inc. During the cruise the tour party visited Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego (South America), the Falkland Islands, and the Antarctic.
This was the first of many Lindblad expeditions in which Scott participated.

Contents of three unlabelled folders, divided where necessary for ease of reference.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.188-D.194  [n.d.]

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.188, D.189  August 1967-January 1968

2 folders.

Contents:
General correspondence relating to the tour

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.190-D.193  1967-1968

4 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence with Lindblad Travel Inc. re arrangements, August 1967-February 1968.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.194  1968

Contents:
Correspondence with Houlder Brothers & Co Ltd re arrangements, January-February 1968.

Antartic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.195  February-March 1968

Contents:
Correspondence
Includes letters from home sent to Scott during the tour and letters of thanks from passengers.

Antartic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.196-D.198  n.d

3 folders.

Contents:
Itineraries; brochures; passenger lists; memorabilia; etc.

Antartic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.199  January-February 1968

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings re the tour

Antartic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.200  1968

Contents:
'Report on Lindblad Expedition to Antarctic in Navarino. February 1968 by Peter Scott - Expedition Leader', 11pp typescript so entitled with covering letter to L.E. Lindblad; 8pp manuscript draft report on the expedition; etc.

Antartic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.201  n.d

Contents:
4pp typescript notes by Scott on the tour's organisers, with 3pp manuscript draft.

Antartic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.202  n.d

Contents:
Printed copy of the expedition log.
Includes entries and drawings by Scott.

Antartic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.203, D.204  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Typescript and printed background material on the Falkland Islands, the Antarctic and Patagonia.

Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.205  April 1968

Contents:
Israel
Itinerary; etc.

Chateau de Laeken, Brussels, Belgium, 17-18 February 1969.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.206-D.209  1969


Related information: See also NCUACS 87/8/99/M.1507 for related correspondence.

Administrative history:
Scott visited the Chateau de Laeken to assess how he could help to establish a nature reserve for wildfowl in the palace grounds.

Contents:
'Chateau de Laeken'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into four for ease of access.

Correspondence re the wildfowl project at the Chateau de Laeken etc  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.206, D.207  1969-1972

2 folders.

Chateau de Laeken, Brussels, Belgium, 17-18 February 1969.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.208  n.d

Contents:
'Laeken Wildfowl Project', 4pp typescript report by Scott of his visit so entitled; typescript and manuscript drafts found therewith.

Chateau de Laeken, Brussels, Belgium, 17-18 February 1969.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.209  n.d

Contents:
Map and photocopy of map (both annotated by Scott) of the royal estates at Laeken.

Alaska, USA, June 1969.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.210-D.230  [n.d.]

Contents:
Scott visited Alaska to advise the British Petroleum Company Ltd (BP) on wildlife conservation matters, during its oil development operations there.
Following his visit Scott wrote a report for the company's chairman and an article for its magazine BP Shield.

Alaska, USA, June 1969.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.210, D.211  April-June 1969

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; correspondence re BP donation to the World Wildlife Fund; etc.

Alaska, USA, June 1969.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.212  ca April 1969

Contents:
1p typescript notes entitled 'Points to discuss with Bryan Sage', with accompanying papers

Alaska, USA, June 1969.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.213  n.d

Contents:
Itinerary (annotated) with manuscript notes etc attached.

Alaska, USA, June 1969.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.214-D.217  1969-1970

4 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence arising from Scott's visit and report etc

Alaska, USA, June 1969.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.218  April, June 1969

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings

Papers relating to Scott's report to the Chairman of BP entitled, 'Oil Development and Wildlife in Alaska'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.219-D.221  [n.d.]

Papers relating to Scott's report to the Chairman of BP entitled, 'Oil Development and Wildlife in Alaska'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.219  n.d

Contents:
20pp typescript master copy.

Papers relating to Scott's report to the Chairman of BP entitled, 'Oil Development and Wildlife in Alaska'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.220, D.221  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript drafts.

Papers relating to Scott's article for BP Shield, September 1969, entitled 'Wildlife on the North Slope'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.222-D.224  [n.d.]

Papers relating to Scott's article for BP Shield, September 1969, entitled 'Wildlife on the North Slope'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.222  September 1969

Contents:
BP Shield

Papers relating to Scott's article for BP Shield, September 1969, entitled 'Wildlife on the North Slope'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.223, D.224  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript drafts of Scott's article.

Alaska  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.225  n.d

Contents:
4pp typescript by Scott entitled 'Wildlife and Oil in Alaska'.

Alaska  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.226  n.d

Contents:
Typescript list of endangered species in Alaska (annotated by Scott), with manuscript notes etc attached.

Alaska  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.227-D.230  n.d

4 folders.

Contents:
Printed and typescript background material re Alaska (only front pages retained for some printed articles); BP photographs; etc.

East Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.231-D.262  August-September 1969

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to Africa (with his family) to advise the Zambian Government on the conservation of its wildlife and its promotion as a tourist attraction. He spent over two weeks in Zambia during which he visited its National Parks and reserves. The next four weeks were then spent returning home via Tanzania and Kenya, where they visited friends and went on safari.

Correspondence re arrangements to visit East Africa; correspondence re conservation problems in Zambia and re the proposed Baharini Wildlife Sanctuary in Kenya; etc.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.231-D.242  1967-1969

12 folders.

East Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.243-D.247  1969-1970

5 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence arising from the trip, including letters of thanks by Scott; photographs; etc.

East Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.248  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

East Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.249  1969

Contents:
Copy of 2pp memorandum (with manuscript draft attached) from Scott to Kenneth Kaunda, President of Zambia re the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and National Parks, Zambia, 18 August 1969; letter of reply by Kaunda, 21 August 1969.

East Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.250  c1969 - 1970

Contents:
Copy of 1p memorandum (with manuscript draft attached), from Scott to Kaunda re elephant cropping in the Luangwa Valley, ca 1969; copy of letter from Scott to Kaunda, 10 March 1970.

East Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.251  1969

Contents:
'Report on a visit to Zambia from August 3rd to 18th, 1969 by Peter Scott. Submitted to His Excellency the President of Zambia', 23pp typescript copy so entitled.

East Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.252  1969

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings, September, October 1969.
Includes article by Scott entitled 'On safari, where the deer and antelope play', Daily Telegraph, 18 October 1969.

East Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.253-D.256  n.d

4 folders.

Contents:
Background material relating to conservation in Zambia.
This is a sequence of documents numbered 1 to 13, which includes typescript notes and papers, copies of correspondence and leaflets.

East Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.257, D.258  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Typescript report entitled 'Lochinvar Ranch Sebanzi Hill Lodge', with accompanying plans.

East Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.259-D.261  n.d

3 folders.

Contents:
Miscellaneous typescript and printed papers.

East Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.262  n.d

Contents:
2pp manuscript lists of birds etc; photographs; memorabilia; etc.

Middle East/India/Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.263-D.271  November-December 1969

Archival history:
The material was found together in a single file and divided into nine for ease of reference.

Administrative history:
On his way to India Scott visited Qatar to see Sheikh Qassim Bin Hamed Al Thani's Arabian Oryx Propagation Project and to discuss the future of the world's oryx population. Whilst in the Middle East he also travelled to Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, to meet The Ruler Sheikh Zaid of Abu Dhabi on behalf of the World Wildlife Fund.
After his visit to the Middle East, Scott attended the IUCN's 10th General Assembly and 11th Technical Meeting, New Delhi, India followed by a post conference tour. He then completed his travels with a visit to the Danube Delta, Romania where he successfully located the wintering grounds of Redbreasted Geese.

Middle East/India/Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.263-D.266  May-November 1969

4 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Middle East/India/Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.267  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

Middle East/India/Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.268  1969

Contents:
'IUCN Congress etc Nov. 1969'. Contents of folder so inscribed.
Correspondence etc relating to Scott's visit to India, 1969.

Middle East/India/Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.269  n.d

Contents:
Typescript papers for an IUCN meeting.

Middle East/India/Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.270  n.d

Contents:
Typescript papers re the Danube Delta, Romania.

Middle East/India/Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.271  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript notes; photographs; memorabilia; etc.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.272-D.285  April-May 1970

Administrative history:
Scott led a tour, organised by Lindblad Travel Inc., of the 'Forgotten Islands of the Indian Ocean'.

'Seychelles April/May 1970'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.272-D.278  [n.d.]

Contents:
Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into seven for ease of reference.

'Seychelles April/May 1970'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.272-D.276  1969-1970

5 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for the tour, including the possibility of the Lindblad Explorer landing at Aldabra

'Seychelles April/May 1970'  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.277, D.278  [n.d.]

2 folders.

Contents:
Typescripts and drafts of lectures to be given by Scott on the tour.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.279  January-June 1970

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the tour

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.280  1970

Contents:
Copy of letter to L.E. Lindblad from Scott, 18 May 1970, with 3pp typescript notes re the trip.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.281  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.282  n.d

Contents:
2pp typescript information sheet by Scott entitled 'Fish most seen in the Seychelles', with accompanying page of diagrams by him; manuscript draft found therewith.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.283  n.d

Contents:
Cutting of magazine article re Scott and the Wildfowl Trust.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.284  n.d

Contents:
Typescript and printed papers re the Seychelles.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.285  n.d

Contents:
Maps; manuscripts lists of animals; etc.

Tananarive, Madagascar  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.286-D.294  October 1970

Archival history:
The material was found in a folder entitled 'Madagascar 1970'.

Administrative history:
Scott went to Tananarive to attend the International Conference on the Rational Use and Conservation of Nature, 7-11 October 1970.

Tananarive, Madagascar  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.286  n.d
Language:  French

Contents:
2pp manuscript draft address to the Conference by Scott, with manuscript draft French translation; 1p manuscript notes by Scott

Tananarive, Madagascar  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.287  n.d

Contents:
Conference programme etc.

Typescript conference papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.288-D.294  [n.d.]

7 folders.
Language:  English and French

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.295-D.306  January-March 1971

Administrative history:
Scott led an Antarctic tourist expedition, organised by Lindblad Travel Inc., which left Los Angeles, USA, in late January 1971. During the trip Scott spent a little time in Australia and New Zealand and afterwards returned home via Fiji and the USA.

Contents:
'Antarctic Jan/March/1971. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into twelve for ease of reference.

Correspondence re arrangements etc  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.295-D.301  1969-1971

7 folders.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.302  c1971

Contents:
Itineraries.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.303  c1971

Contents:
Daily itineraries for the Lindblad tour.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.304  1971

Contents:
Printed brochure for the 1971 Lindblad Antarctic tourist expeditions; printed booklet of itinerary notes to accompany the expeditions.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.305  c1971

Contents:
Contents of large envelope.
Includes newspaper cuttings from New Zealand press relating to Scott's visit.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.306  c1971

Contents:
Manuscript speech notes and bird lists; memorabilia; etc.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.307-D.315  June-July 1971

Archival history:
The material was found together in a single folder and divided into nine for ease of reference.

Administrative history:
Scott went on two successive Lindblad cruising expeditions to the 'Forgotten Islands of the Indian Ocean' during June and early July 1971. He also visited Kenya briefly before returning home.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.307-D.309  January-June 1971

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; letters sent from home re Wildfowl Trust affairs.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.310  July-August 1971

Contents:
Correspondence arising from the tours, especially re the staff; 5pp and 1p typescript accounts by Scott of a rescue operation on 1 July by the Lindblad Explorer in the Indian Ocean.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.311  c1971

Contents:
General itineraries for the Lindblad tours.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.312, D.313  c1971

2 folders.

Contents:
Daily itineraries and information sheets for the Lindblad tours.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.314  1970


Related information: See also NCUACS 87/8/99/D.272-NCUACS 87/8/99/D.285 for further material about this expedition.

Contents:
Photocopy of 8pp typescript account by Scott of the Lindblad expedition to the Seychelles, April-May 1970.

Seychelles, Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.315  c1971

Contents:
Printed information sheets by Scott entitled 'Fish most seen in Seychelles', with labelled diagrams (see D.282 for earlier typescript and manuscript versions of these sheets); memorabilia.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.316-D.326  October 1971

Administrative history:
The main purpose of this visit was to attend events in New York connected with the World Wildlife Fund. During the visit Scott also visited Cleveland, Ohio, at the invitation of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and then travelled to Ithaca, New York to receive the Arthur A. Allen Award from the Laboratory of Omithology at Cornell University.

Correspondence re arrangements etc  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.316-D.322  1966, 1967, 1971

7 folders.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.323  1971

Contents:
Itineraries.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.324  June-October 1971

Contents:
Press releases re Scott's visit to Cleveland, Ohio

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.325  c1971

Contents:
Manuscript speech notes.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.326  c1971

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

British Institute of Management Conference, 'Government, Industry and the Environment', London, 16-17 November 1971.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.327-D.329  1971

Administrative history:
Scott spoke at the Conference on 'The preservation of the countryside against the encroachment of industrial development'.

British Institute of Management Conference, 'Government, Industry and the Environment', London, 16-17 November 1971.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.327  June-November 1971

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc.

British Institute of Management Conference, 'Government, Industry and the Environment', London, 16-17 November 1971.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.328  n.d

Contents:
Programmes.

British Institute of Management Conference, 'Government, Industry and the Environment', London, 16-17 November 1971.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.329  n.d

Contents:
Conference papers, including 10pp typescript copy of Scott's contribution.

Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.330-D.348  1971, 1973, 1977

Archival history:
The material relating to Scott's visits to Romania, 1971-1977, was found together in a single folder and has been divided into nineteen for ease of reference.

Administrative history:
During late November and early December 1971 Scott led a small party to the Danube Delta in Romania, under the auspices of the International Waterfowl Research Bureau, to study and photograph Redbreasted geese.
In December 1973 Scott again visited Romania with a small group to observe the Redbreasted geese and he returned again in late November 1977 for the same purpose.

Material relating to Scott's visit to Romania in 1971.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.330-D.335  [n.d.]

Material relating to Scott's visit to Romania in 1971.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.330-D.332  April-December 1971

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc.

Material relating to Scott's visit to Romania in 1971.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.333  [n.d.]

Contents:
Itineraries.

Material relating to Scott's visit to Romania in 1971.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.334  1971

Contents:
36pp typescript log of the trip, covering 21 November-1 December 1971 [?by Max Williams].

Material relating to Scott's visit to Romania in 1971.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.335  1971

Contents:
17pp typescript notes (found with D.334) entitled 'Notes on the rearing of Bufflehead and Hooded Mergansers - August 1971'.

Material relating to Scott's trip to Romania in 1973.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.336-D.339  [n.d.]

Material relating to Scott's trip to Romania in 1973.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.336-D.338  1972-1973

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; copy of 2pp typescript letter to Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands from Scott re the protection of Redbreasted geese; etc.

Material relating to Scott's trip to Romania in 1973.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.339  [n.d.]
Language:  French

Contents:
2pp typescript entitled 'Notes from Sir Peter Scott after visiting the Danube Delta for the fourth time. December 1973; annotated typescript draft; 2pp typescript notes by V. Puscariu.

Material relating to Scott's trip to Romania in 1977.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.340-D.342  [n.d.]

Material relating to Scott's trip to Romania in 1977.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.340-D.342  1977-1978

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; brief correspondence re conservation in the Danube Delta; correspondence arising from the visit; etc.

Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.343  n.d

Contents:
Letter, manuscript notes

Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.344, D.345  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Maps (annotated in places).

Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.346  n.d

Contents:
Offprint containing article by Scott entitled, 'Endangered animal species and means to save them'. Ocrotirea Naturii, 14 (1970), pp 149-155.

Romania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.347, D.348  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Typescript and printed papers re Romanian wildlife.

International Wildfowl Research Bureau (IWRB) Swan Symposium, 7-8 December 1971 and 17th Annual Executive Board Meeting, 9-10 December 1971, Slimbridge, Gloucestershire.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.349-D.362  [n.d.]


Related information: See NCUACS 87/8/99/C.577-C.610 for further material relating to IWRB.

Contents:
'Swan Symposium 1 IWRB'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into fourteen for ease of reference.

Papers relating to the IWRB Swan Symposium.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.349-D.357  [n.d.]

Papers relating to the IWRB Swan Symposium.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.349  n.d

Contents:
Programme etc.

Papers relating to the IWRB Swan Symposium.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.350-D.356  n.d

7 folders.

Contents:
Conference papers; typescript papers re swans; etc.

Papers relating to the IWRB Swan Symposium.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.357  n.d


Related information: See NCUACS 87/8/99/E.136 for draft material etc.

Contents:
The Wild Swans at Slimbridge. Booklet so entitled, published by the Wildfowl Trust, with text and drawings by Scott.

Papers relating to the 17th Annual Executive Board Meeting of the IWRB.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.358-D.362  [n.d.]

Papers relating to the 17th Annual Executive Board Meeting of the IWRB.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.358  n.d

Contents:
Programme; agenda; circulars; etc.

Papers relating to the 17th Annual Executive Board Meeting of the IWRB.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.359-D.361  n.d

3 folders.

Contents:
Papers for the Board Meeting.

Papers relating to the 17th Annual Executive Board Meeting of the IWRB.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.362  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript notes and drawings by Scott etc.

Arctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.363-D.368  August-September 1972


Related information: See also D.840-D.843 for correspondence re Lindblad cruises planned for for 1972 which were cancelled owing to an accident to the Lindblad Explorer.

Administrative history:
Scott went on a Lindblad cruising expedition to the Arctic as a guest lecturer, for about a month from early August 1972. The cruise included visits to Norway, Greenland and Iceland.

Arctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.363  May-September 1972

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Arctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.364  c1972

Contents:
Itineraries.
Includes flight itinerary annotated with list of birds.

Arctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.365  c1972

Contents:
List of crew and passengers (annotated).

Arctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.366, D.367  c1972

2 folders

Contents:
Lindblad brochure; map of Iceland (annotated in one place); etc.

Arctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.368  c1972

Contents:
Typescript background notes re the Arctic.

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.369-D.385  September-October 1972

Administrative history:
Scott visited Australia for British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) to assess the possibility of developing specialist wildlife tours to Queensland, in particular for fish-watching on the Great Barrier Reef. He and his wife produced a report on their return.

Contents:
'Barrier Reef / BOAC 1972'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into seventeen for ease of reference.

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.369  [n.d.]

Contents:
Programme (annotated by Scott) for IUCN's 11th General Assembly and 12th Technical Meeting, Banff, Canada etc.
Scott visited Canada to attend the IUCN's 11th General Assembly and 12th Technical Meeting, 9-16 September 1972. A small amount of material relating to this was found in the 'Barrier Reef / BOAC 1972' folder (see above).

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.370-D.372  1972

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements to visit Australia etc, May-September 1972.

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.373, D.374  1972-1973

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence arising from the tour, including letters of thanks by Scott

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.375, D.376  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Itineraries (some annotated).

Papers relating to Peter and Philippa Scott's report entitled 'Report on proposal for fish-watching tours to the Great Barrier Reef'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.377-D.379  [n.d.]

Papers relating to Peter and Philippa Scott's report entitled 'Report on proposal for fish-watching tours to the Great Barrier Reef'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.377  n.d

Contents:
12pp typescript.

Papers relating to Peter and Philippa Scott's report entitled 'Report on proposal for fish-watching tours to the Great Barrier Reef'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.378, D.379  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript drafts.

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.380  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript lists of animals; miscellaneous manuscript notes.

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.381  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript notes re contents of film rolls.

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.382  [1956]

Contents:
10pp photocopy of Scott's diary entries for 22-27 December [1956], re his visit to Australia.

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.383  n.d

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings re Scott's visit; memorabilia.

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.384, D.385  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Printed and typescript background material; leaflets.

Mauritius and the Seychelles  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.386-D.390  January-February 1973

Administrative history:
Scott visited Mauritius in late January 1973, at the invitation of its Prime Minister, to study conservation problems. He spent a week in Mauritius, followed by several days in the Seychelles, before returning home in early February.

Mauritius and the Seychelles  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.386  January-February 1973

Contents:
Three letters relating to the trip

Mauritius and the Seychelles  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.387  n.d

Contents:
Itinerary (annotated) for the visit to Mauritius; memorabilia.

Mauritius and the Seychelles  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.388  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript speech notes.

Mauritius and the Seychelles  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.389  1971 - 1973

Contents:
Manuscript lists of fish dated 30 January-3 February 1973; manuscript drawing by Scott of a fish seen off Grand Comoro in 1971, with annotated and coloured photocopy of same.

Mauritius and the Seychelles  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.390  n.d

Contents:
'Conservation in Mauritius', 18pp printed report by Scott so entitled.
This report was submitted to the Prime Minister of Mauritius.

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.391-D.400  March-April 1973

Administrative history:
Scott was a guest lecturer on the Lindblad exploration cruise of the South Pacific during March and early April 1973. The Lindblad Explorer sailed from Chile and visited numerous South Pacific islands before reaching Fiji where the tour terminated.

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.391-D.393  1972-1973

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.394  n.d

Contents:
General itineraries.

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.395, D.396  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Daily itineraries for the Lindblad tour.

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.397  1973

Contents:
'Ship's Log. South Pacific Cruise 1973', 4pp typescript draft so entitled, covering 26 March-9 April 1973.

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.398, D.399  1968

Contents:
Photocopies of Scott's diary entries relating to previous visits to South America, covering 25-28 February 1968 and 22-31 March 1968.

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.400  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc

Indonesia and Great Barrier Reef  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.401-D.409  October-November 1973

Administrative history:
Scott was a guest lecturer on the Lindblad cruise through the 'Sea Gardens of Indonesia and Australasia'. He joined the tour in late October in Djakarta, Indonesia and afterwards returned home via Hawaii.
'LE: Indonesia & Great Barrier Reef 1973: (Nov)'. Contents of folder so inscribed divided into nine for ease of reference.
These papers include material relating to BOAC-Houlders World Holidays tour to the Great Barrier Reef which the Scotts were scheduled to lead in October 1973. This tour was cancelled.

Indonesia and Great Barrier Reef  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.401-D.403  May-October 1973

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Indonesia and Great Barrier Reef  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.404  1973-1974

Contents:
Letters and papers sent to Scott from home during the tour; correspondence arising from the tour; etc.

Indonesia and Great Barrier Reef  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.405  n.d

Contents:
General itineraries.

Indonesia and Great Barrier Reef  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.406, D.407  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Daily itineraries and information sheets for the Lindblad tour.

Indonesia and Great Barrier Reef  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.408  n.d

Contents:
List of crew and passengers; typescript lists (annotated) of birds, fish and plants.

Indonesia and Great Barrier Reef  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.409  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

Canada / Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.410-D.416  March-May 1974

Administrative history:
Scott visited Canada for a week in late March and then participated, as guest lecturer, in two Lindblad cruises to the Galapagos Islands, before returning home in early May.

Canada / Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.410, D.411  January-April 1974

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; letters sent during the trips between the Scotts and M. Garside; etc.

Canada / Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.412  n.d

Contents:
Daily itineraries for the Lindblad tours.

Canada / Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.413  n.d

Contents:
List of crew and passengers for the first cruise.

Canada / Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.414  1974

Contents:
5pp manuscript speech notes, with 'Toronto 26.3.74.' annotated at the top of the first page.

Canada / Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.415  1974

Contents:
'Some Galapagos Fishes', 4pp typescript notes and photocopy of 2pp drawings by Scott so entitled, April 1974.

Canada / Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.416  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.417  1974


Related information: See also NCUACS 87/8/99/D.515.

Contents:
Zambia, October 1974.
Letters of thanks by Scott following the trip, October 1974.
The material was found, labelled 'Zambia Trip Oct. 74'.

California, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.418-D.424  February 1975


Related information: See NCUACS 87/8/99/A.341, NCUACS 87/8/99/A.342 for possibly related material.

Administrative history:
Scott visited California in early February to attend and speak at the Second Annual International Tyler Ecology Award Dinner, 8 February 1975, sponsored by Pepperdine University.
'Pepperdine University Feb 75 / Tyler Ecology Award'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into seven for ease of reference.

California, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.418, D.419  1975-1979

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Scott's visit etc

California, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.420  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

California, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.421  n.d

Contents:
6pp manuscript draft of Scott's speech.
Scott was scheduled to talk about 'Blue Whales' and the draft contains references to this subject.

California, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.422  n.d

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings etc.

California, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.423  n.d

Contents:
Photographs.

California, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.424  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

The Netherlands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.425-D.433  February 1975

Administrative history:
Scott visited South Flevoland, the Netherlands to visit the site of a proposed waterfowl park and, as a result, produced a design for the park.
'Ijsselmeerpolders - Development of waterbird reserve - Flevoland'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into nine for ease of reference.

The Netherlands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.425  1973, 1975

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the visit etc

The Netherlands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.426, D.427  1975

2 folders.

Contents:
Copy of 2pp letter by Scott, 23 February 1975, with drawing of his design for the park and 3pp typescript notes attached; manuscript and typescript drafts found therewith.

The Netherlands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.428-D.430  n.d

3 folders.

Contents:
Maps and plans (some annotated) relating to the proposed park.

The Netherlands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.431-D.433  n.d

3 folders.

Contents:
Printed background material etc.

Saudi Arabia / Zaire  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.434, D.435  August-September 1975

Administrative history:
Scott visited Saudi Arabia in late August to accompany Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands at an audience with King Khalid. He then travelled to Kinshasa, Zaire to attend the IUCN's 12th General Assembly and 13th Technical Meeting, 7-19 September 1975.
'Saudi Arabia / Zaire: 1975'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into two for ease of reference.

Saudi Arabia / Zaire  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.434  July-September 1975

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re arrangements etc

Saudi Arabia / Zaire  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.435  n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous manuscript notes; memorabilia.

Jeddah II Conference on the Conservation of Marine Habitats, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.436-D.449  12-18 January 1976

Archival history:
The material was all found together in a single folder (the front cover of which has been retained at D.436) and has been divided into fourteen for ease of reference.

Administrative history:
This conference was arranged by ALECSO (Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organisation). Scott attended as a representative of IUCN.

Jeddah II Conference on the Conservation of Marine Habitats, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.436  c1976

Contents:
Front cover of folder, annotated by Scott.

Jeddah II Conference on the Conservation of Marine Habitats, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.437, D.438  1973-1975

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re the conservation of the marine environment of the Sudanese Red Sea etc

Jeddah II Conference on the Conservation of Marine Habitats, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.439, D.440  October-December 1975

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the conference

Jeddah II Conference on the Conservation of Marine Habitats, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.441  n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous manuscript notes found together.
Includes draft speech notes, draft letter, and notes passed between Scott and others (probably during conference proceedings).

Typescript and printed background material; conference papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.442-D.449  [n.d.]

8 folders.

Contents:
Some of this material includes underlinings and annotations by Scott.

40th Annual Meeting of the National Wildlife Federation, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, 19-21 March 1976.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.450-D.459  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to Louisville, Kentucky to attend and speak at the 40th Annual Meeting of the National Wildlife Federation and to receive its International Conservation Award.

Contents:
'National Wildlife Federation / Louisville Mch 1976'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into ten for ease of reference.

40th Annual Meeting of the National Wildlife Federation, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, 19-21 March 1976.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.450  August-September 1974

Contents:
Brief correspondence re the possibility of financial support for the Wildfowl Trust from the National Wildlife Federation

40th Annual Meeting of the National Wildlife Federation, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, 19-21 March 1976.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.451-D.453  1975-1976

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; correspondence arising from the trip.

40th Annual Meeting of the National Wildlife Federation, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, 19-21 March 1976.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.454  20 March 1976

Contents:
Programme (annotated) for the 40th Annual Meeting of the National Wildlife Federation; programme for the Awards Banquet

Papers relating to Scott's speech at the 40th Annual Meeting entitled, 'The future of international wildlife'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.455-D.457  [n.d.]

Papers relating to Scott's speech at the 40th Annual Meeting entitled, 'The future of international wildlife'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.455  c1976

Contents:
13pp manuscript speech notes.

Papers relating to Scott's speech at the 40th Annual Meeting entitled, 'The future of international wildlife'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.456  c1976

Contents:
Copy of 7pp manuscript version, with 6pp typescript background material entitled 'All Party Conservation Committee' (underlined and annotated by Scott).

Papers relating to Scott's speech at the 40th Annual Meeting entitled, 'The future of international wildlife'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.457  c1976

Contents:
8pp typescript version.

40th Annual Meeting of the National Wildlife Federation 1976  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.458  c1976

Contents:
Photographs

40th Annual Meeting of the National Wildlife Federation 1976  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.459  c1976

Contents:
Manuscript notes; press releases; etc.

Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.460-D.467  March-April 1976

Administrative history:
Scott was a guest lecturer on two Lindblad cruises to the Galapagos Islands from late March to the end of April.

Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.460  April-May 1976

Contents:
Letter sent to Scott during trip re events at home; letters of thanks to Scott from passengers; etc

Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.461, D.462  1976

2 folders.

Contents:
Daily itineraries for the Lindblad tours.

Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.463  1976

Contents:
List of crew and passengers.

Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.464  1976

Contents:
'Some Galapagos Fishes', 5pp typescript notes and photocopy of 2pp drawings by Scott so entitled, 1976.

Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.465  1976

Contents:
Manuscript notes (probably for talks by Scott).

Galapagos Islands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.466, D.467  c1976

2 folders.

Contents:
Printed background material; field guides; memorabilia.

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.468-D.482  July-August 1976

Administrative history:
Scott was a guest lecturer on two consecutive Lindblad cruises from early July to late August. The Lindblad Explorer left British Columbia, Canada and sailed to Japan via Alaska, the Bering Sea and the Arctic ice pack. From Japan the ship sailed southwards via the Japanese Bonin Islands and Micronesia to Indonesia where the second cruise ended.

Contents:
'LE 1976: Japan & Indonesia'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into fifteen for ease of reference.

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.468  June-August 1976

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; letters sent to Scott during tours re events at home; etc.

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.469  c1976

Contents:
3pp typescript letter from Scott to L.E. Lindblad re the tours, with 3pp typescript draft (annotated by Scott).

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.470  c1976

Contents:
Flight itinerary (annotated by Scott).

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.471-D.473  c1976

3 folders.

Contents:
Daily itineraries for the Lindblad tours (several annotated by Scott).

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.474  c1976

Contents:
Typescript notes from the ship's log re the two cruises.

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.475  c1976

Contents:
Typescript report to the Resident Commissioner in Saipan of a visit to Maug Island by the Lindblad Explorer, 13 August 1976.
Scott and other members of the expedition staff put their names to the report.

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.476  c1976

Contents:
1p manuscript notes by Scott (probably for a talk) etc.

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.477  c1976

Contents:
'Fishes from Japan to Indonesia. Compiled by S. Summerhayes & P. Scott', 16pp manuscript draft in Scott's hand so entitled.

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.478  c1976

Contents:
'A list of fishes seen from Japan to Indonesia - 1976. Compiled by Sir Peter Scott', 6pp typescript so entitled.

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.479  c1976

Contents:
'Elephant's Cake Walk', sheet music and photocopy of 1p lyrics by Scott so entitled, with intercalated 1p manuscript speech by Scott re the song's background; programme for the 'Lindblad Follies' (at which the song was scheduled to be performed by Scott).

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.480, D.481  c1976

2 folders.

Contents:
Background material; typescript lists of animals and plants.

Alaska / Pacific Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.482  c1976

Contents:
Memorabilia.

USA / Mexico  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.483-D.493  November-December 1976

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to San Francisco, USA in late November to attend the World Wildlife Fund Fourth International Congress, 28 November-1 December, and the WWF meetings which preceded it. Scott was scheduled to give key note speeches at the Congress's Opening and Closing Plenary Sessions.
Following the Congress Scott took part in a field trip to see the Californian Condor and gave a speech at a Leakey Foundation Gala Dinner in Los Angeles. He then travelled to Kino, Mexico, to attend several days of IUCN Survival Service Commission meetings before returning home.

Contents:
'WWF San Francisco / SSC Mexico 1976'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into eleven for ease of reference.

USA / Mexico  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.483-D.487  1976-1977

5 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re arrangements etc

USA / Mexico  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.488  c1976

Contents:
Programme for the WWF Fourth International Congress.

USA / Mexico  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.489  c1976

Contents:
Itineraries.

USA / Mexico  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.490  c1976

Contents:
1p manuscript speech notes [for Scott's address at the Opening Plenary Session].

USA / Mexico  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.491-D.493  c1976

3 folders.

Contents:
Typescript papers; manuscript lists of birds; memorabilia; etc.

La Selva Wildlife Park, Paliano, Italy, February 1977.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.494-D.500  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
In late February Scott visited La Selva Wildlife Park in a consultative capacity at the invitation of Prince Antonello Ruffo.

Contents:
'Prince Ruffo'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into seven for ease of reference.

La Selva Wildlife Park, Paliano, Italy, February 1977.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.494, D.495  1976-1977

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

La Selva Wildlife Park, Paliano, Italy, February 1977.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.496  c1977

Contents:
Itinerary (heavily annotated by Scott).

La Selva Wildlife Park, Paliano, Italy, February 1977.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.497  c1977

Contents:
'Visit to La Selva Wildlife Park, Paliano, Italy. A report by Peter and Philippa Scott', 4pp typescript so entitled; 7pp manuscript draft found therewith.

La Selva Wildlife Park, Paliano, Italy, February 1977.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.498  c1977

Contents:
'Educational material for Prince Ruffo'. Contents of envelope so inscribed.
Copies of Wildfowl Trust educational leaflets.

La Selva Wildlife Park, Paliano, Italy, February 1977.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.499  c1977

Contents:
Plan and report re La Selva Wildlife Park, sent to Scott with letter of 1 March 1977.

La Selva Wildlife Park, Paliano, Italy, February 1977.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.500  c1977
Language:  Italian

Contents:
1p manuscript notes by Scott; printed leaflet on La Selva Wildlife Park.

Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.501  1977

Contents:
USSR, June-July 1977 (cancelled).
Scott hoped to visit the Soviet Union in 1977 to study geese and swans on their breeding grounds in Northern Siberia, hoping to trace birds marked at Slimbridge. Unfortunately the trip could not be arranged that year.
'Russia'. Contents of file so inscribed.
Brief correspondence re possible visit etc, June 1977.

Zambia / Malawi  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.502-D.516  July-August 1977

Administrative history:
Scott visited Zambia for over a week in late July to participate in the 'Antipoaching week' organised by the Wildlife Conservation Society of Zambia. During this time Scott gave a number of public speeches, attended a State House luncheon given in his honour on 26 July, by Kenneth Kaunda, President of Zambia and also spent several days in the Luangwa Valley. He then visited Malawi, for the Conservation Coin Collection signing ceremony in early August.

Zambia / Malawi  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.502-D.505  1974, 1976-1977

4 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements and re conservation in Zambia, especially poaching problems

Zambia / Malawi  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.506, D.507  1977

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence arising from the trip, including letters of thanks, August-October 1977.

Zambia / Malawi  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.508  1977

Contents:
Copy of 2pp manuscript letter from Scott to Kenneth Kaunda, President of Zambia re his visit and re the damage caused by elephant over-population, 8 August 1977.

Zambia / Malawi  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.509  c1977

Contents:
Itineraries.

Zambia / Malawi  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.510  1977

Contents:
Manuscript speech notes, including 1p entitled 'Notes for HE The President 26.7.77'.

Zambia / Malawi  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.511  1977

Contents:
1p typescript memorandum from Scott to the Director Generals of WWF and IUCN re his visit to Zambia, 19 September 1977, with manuscript draft attached; typescript notes etc sent to Scott re project proposals by the Government of Zambia, September 1977 (found with Scott's memorandum).

Zambia / Malawi  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.512, D.513  c1977

2 folders.

Contents:
Printed and typescript papers relating to conservation in Malawi etc.

Zambia / Malawi  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.514  1977

Contents:
Papers re a Conservation Coin Collection, sponsored by the WWF and the IUCN, 1977.
Includes copies of coin designs for issue in Malawi (annotated with Scott's comments).

Zambia / Malawi  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.515  n.d


Related information: (see NCUACS 87/8/99/D.417).

Contents:
'Birds as a Zambian natural resource', 2pp manuscript draft by Scott so entitled and 1p manuscript draft covering letter addressed 'To HE The President of Zambia'; 3pp manuscript draft plans found therewith.
These manuscript drafts appear to relate to Scott's visit to Zambia in October 1974

Zambia / Malawi  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.516  1977

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings from Zambian press, 27 July 1977; photograph; memorabilia; etc.

Indonesia / South Seas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.517-D.523  September-October 1977

Administrative history:
Scott participated as guest lecturer in two Lindblad tours during late September and October. The first tour was to Indonesia and the second to the South Seas. This latter cruise includes visits to the Solomon islands and the New Hebrides.

Indonesia / South Seas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.517  1977

Contents:
Letter re events at home, 28 September 1977, sent to Scott during the tours with copies of reports etc; copy of 4pp manuscript letter from Philippa Scott to L.E. Lindblad re the tours, 28 October 1977; etc.

Indonesia / South Seas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.518  c1977

Contents:
General itinerary for the South Seas cruise; list of Lindblad Explorer's crew.

Indonesia / South Seas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.519, D.520  c1977

2 folders.

Contents:
Daily itineraries and information sheets for the Lindblad tours.

Indonesia / South Seas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.521  1977

Contents:
Typescript copies of logs compiled during the Lindblad Explorer cruises in September and October 1977.

Indonesia / South Seas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.522  c1977

Contents:
Two typescript information sheets entitled 'Introduction to the fishes' and 'Some types of reef fishes'; manuscript drafts by Scott found therewith.

Indonesia / South Seas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.523  n.d

Contents:
Typescript lists of fish and birds; memorabilia.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.524-D.529  January 1978

Administrative history:
Scott was a guest lecturer on a Lindblad expedition to the Antarctic in January. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands was on board on this occasion, together with numerous members of 'The 1001 - A Nature Trust'.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.524  1977-1978

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the tour

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.525  c1978

Contents:
Flight itinerary; list of crew and passengers (annotated).

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.526  c1978

Contents:
Daily itineraries and maps for the Lindblad tour.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.527  c1978

Contents:
Typescript copy of the expedition log.

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.528  c1978

Contents:
'Aide memoire and discussion draft on the future of the 1001 Trust', 3pp typescript so entitled (annotated by Scott).

Antarctic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.529  c1978

Contents:
Miscellaneous manuscript notes; memorabilia; etc.

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.530-D.543  July 1978

Administrative history:
In the first half of July Scott visited the Yamal Peninsula in Arctic Siberia at the invitation of the Soviet Government to study the breeding grounds of the Bewick's Swan. He was part of a research party which included his wife, his daughter Dafila and six Soviet colleagues. Scott later produced a report of the expedition.
During his visit Scott also acted as a representative of Anglia Television in relation to a possible film about the migration of wildfowl between the USSR and Great Britain. This was intended to be a joint Anglo-Soviet production and Scott was nominated as the film's presenter on the British side.

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.530-D.536  1977-1978

7 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re the possible Anglo-Soviet film and re arrangement for Scott's visit

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.537  July-August 1978

Contents:
Letters of thanks by Scott

Papers relating to Scott's report entitled 'An expedition to the breeding grounds of Bewick's Swan on the Yamal Peninsula in Arctic Siberia'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.538-D.540  [n.d.]

Papers relating to Scott's report entitled 'An expedition to the breeding grounds of Bewick's Swan on the Yamal Peninsula in Arctic Siberia'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.538  [n.d.]

Contents:
10pp typescript, with distribution list attached.

Papers relating to Scott's report entitled 'An expedition to the breeding grounds of Bewick's Swan on the Yamal Peninsula in Arctic Siberia'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.539  [n.d.]

Contents:
7pp typescript draft (annotated) with 2pp manuscript additions.

Papers relating to Scott's report entitled 'An expedition to the breeding grounds of Bewick's Swan on the Yamal Peninsula in Arctic Siberia'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.540  [n.d.]

Contents:
8pp manuscript draft.

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.541  [1976]

Contents:
Photocopies of Scott's diary entries relating to a previous visit to the USSR in November [1976].

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.542  n.d

Contents:
Typescript translation of Russian articles by A.G. Bannikov.
The articles include significant material re the Wildfowl Trust.

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.543  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

China / Mongolia / Japan / Philippines / USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.544-D.558  August-October 1978

Administrative history:
In early August Scott travelled to Hong Kong where he joined a Lindblad land tour to China and Mongolia. This tour included visits to Kwangchow, Peking, the Gobi desert and the Altai Mountains. At the end of August Scott arrived in Tokyo, Japan, for a week of conservation meetings and then travelled to Hong Kong to participate as guest lecturer on a Lindblad cruise through the Philippines. Scott left the cruise at Sabah, Malaysia and journeyed by plane to Ashkhabad, USSR for the IUCN's 14th General Assembly and Technical Meeting, 27 September-5 October 1978.

China / Mongolia / Japan / Philippines / USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.544-D.547  1978

4 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

China / Mongolia / Japan / Philippines / USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.548, D.549  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Itineraries etc.

China / Mongolia / Japan / Philippines / USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.550  n.d

Contents:
Lists of crew and passengers (annotated) for the Lindblad tours to China.

China / Mongolia / Japan / Philippines / USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.551-D.553  1971-1977; n.d

3 folders.

Contents:
Lists of crew and passengers (annotated by the Scotts) from various Lindblad tours

China / Mongolia / Japan / Philippines / USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.554, D.555  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Background material re wildlife in Hong Kong, China and Mongolia.

China / Mongolia / Japan / Philippines / USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.556  n.d

Contents:
Copies of two articles in Russian, with typescript summary translations in English.

China / Mongolia / Japan / Philippines / USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.557  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript lists of birds, fish etc.

China / Mongolia / Japan / Philippines / USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.558  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

Antarctic / New Zealand / Hawaii  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.559-D.575  USA, January-February 1979

Administrative history:
From mid-January to late February Scott participated in a Lindblad cruise from Argentina to New Zealand, circumnavigating Antarctica. The tour included four days in the Falkland Islands and Scott's concerns about the Islands' future resulted in the immediate formation of a Conservation Foundation along similar lines to the Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands. Following the cruise Scott briefly visited New Zealand and then Maui, Hawaii, where he was able to swim with humpback whales, before returning home at the very beginning of March.

Antarctic / New Zealand / Hawaii  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.559-D.561  1978-1979

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Antarctic / New Zealand / Hawaii  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.562-D.564  1979

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re Wildfowl Trust affairs etc, January-February 1979.

Antarctic / New Zealand / Hawaii  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.565  1979

Contents:
Letters of thanks arising from Scott's visits to New Zealand and Maui, March 1979.

Antarctic / New Zealand / Hawaii  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.566  n.d

Contents:
General itineraries.

Antarctic / New Zealand / Hawaii  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.567-D.569  n.d

3 folders.

Contents:
Daily itineraries and maps for the Lindblad tour.

Antarctic / New Zealand / Hawaii  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.570  March 1979

Contents:
Copy of 2pp typescript by Scott re the Antarctic cruise and his subsequent visits

Antarctic / New Zealand / Hawaii  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.571  n.d

Contents:
Printed log of the Lindblad tour; 2pp typescript biographical notes on Lindblad staff.

Antarctic / New Zealand / Hawaii  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.572-D.574  n.d

3 folders.

Contents:
Printed and typescript background material re the Antarctic, the Falkland Islands, Maui and re whaling.

Antarctic / New Zealand / Hawaii  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.575  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.576-D.593  April-May 1979

Administrative history:
Scott spent just under two weeks touring Australia from mid to late April to launch publicly the World Wildlife Fund's national appeal there. In order to promote World wildlife Fund Australia, meetings were arranged for Scott with political leaders, businessmen, representatives of conservation groups and members of the media.
In late April Scott travelled to Malaysia and spent over a week visiting the island of Pulau Redang where he participated in a WWF marine conservation film. He then took part in numerous engagements in Kuala Lumpur to support the work of World Wildlife Fund Malaysia, before returning home in mid-May.

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.576-D.581  1978-1979

6 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.582, D.583  May-July 1979

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence arising from Scott's visits

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.584  1979-1980

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for an educational visit to England by an employee of World Wildlife Fund Malaysia etc

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.585  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries (some annotated) for Scott's visits to Australia and Malaysia.

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.586  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript speech notes.

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.587  n.d

Contents:
News release re the public launch of World Wildlife Fund Australia; press cuttings resulting from Scott's visit to Malaysia.

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.588  n.d

Contents:
'Introduction to the World Wildlife Fund; by Sir Peter Scott, Chairman of the World Wildlife Fund for inclusion in WWF Aust. Conservation Programme brochure', 4pp typescript so entitled.

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.589  n.d

Contents:
Photocopies of the 'Conclusions and Recommendations' from a printed report on Australian whaling (heavily annotated by Scott).

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.590, D.591  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Typescript papers re conservation in Australia and Malaysia etc.

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.592  n.d

Contents:
Photograph (annotated by Scott) of the cast of the 'This is Your Life' television programme in tribute to Vincent Serventy, sent to Scott with accompanying letter.
Scott recorded a film clip for the programme in April 1979 during the tour of Australia.

Australia / Malaysia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.593  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.594-D.603  September 1979

Administrative history:
In mid-September 1979 Scott travelled to China as part of a five-member World Wildlife Fund delegation. The trip took place at the invitation of the Chinese Government, the first such official invitation to a non-governmental conservation body since the Cultural Revolution. During the visit the Chinese agreed to a number of key conservation measures and an agreement was also signed by Scott for co-operation between the World Wildlife Fund and the People's Republic of China. Following the visit Scott returned home via Hong Kong.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.594  September 1979

Contents:
Correspondence and papers sent to Scott in preparation for the visit; letters re arrangements for Scott's return via Hong Kong; etc

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.595, D.596  October 1979

2 folders.

Contents:
Letters arising from the visit, with accompanying newspaper and magazine cuttings, photographs etc

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.597  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.598  n.d

Contents:
2pp typescript draft (annotated by Scott) entitled 'Preliminary plan for Peking press conference, Sunday, September 23'.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.599  n.d

Contents:
Copy of 4pp World Wildlife Fund news release re the agreement with China; background information found therewith.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.600  1979

Contents:
Copy of 5pp (annotated) memorandum of understanding from Scott to Li Tsao Po, Director of the Environment Protection Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China [23 September 1979]; 1p proposed addenda to the memorandum found therewith, 28 September 1979.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.601  1979

Contents:
WWF News, October/November 1979.
This issue of the newspaper led with an account of the agreement between the World Wildlife Fund and China.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.602  n.d

Contents:
Background material re conservation in China etc.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.603  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia.

USA / Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.604-D.610  November 1979

Administrative history:
Scott attended the 3rd World Conference on Breeding Endangered Species in Captivity, San Diego, 12-15 November 1979, before travelling to Australia, where he stayed with friends on Heron Island, near Gladstone, Queensland.

USA / Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.604, D.605  April-November 1979

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re arrangements

USA / Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.606  n.d

Contents:
Itinerary.

USA / Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.607  n.d

Contents:
Programme and lists of delegates for the 3rd World Conference on Breeding Endangered Species in Captivity.

USA / Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.608  n.d

Contents:
1p manuscript speech notes by Scott on Conference note paper.

USA / Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.609  n.d

Contents:
Photographs of the Scotts and others.

USA / Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.610  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia.

Japan / Hong Kong / China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.611-D.625  February-March 1980

Administrative history:
In mid-February Scott travelled to Japan where his engagements included an International Waterfowl Research Bureau symposium on swans, held at Sapporo. Then in late February and early March he travelled to Hong Kong and China to promote the official launch of the World Conservation Strategy, which had been prepared by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) with the support of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

Japan / Hong Kong / China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.611-D.614  1979-1980

4 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to Scott's visits for the launch of the World Conservation Strategy etc

Japan / Hong Kong / China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.615  1980

Contents:
Itinerary for Scott's visits to Beijing, China in February and March 1980, with papers relating to the launch of the World Conservation Strategy in China attached.

Japan / Hong Kong / China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.616  1980

Contents:
Letters and photographs sent to Scott, arising from the visit to China, March 1980.
The photographs include two of Scott with Chinese Vice Premier Gu Mu.

Japan / Hong Kong / China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.617  1980

Contents:
Copy of 11pp typescript report on the China visit by Nancy Nash, WWF adviser, 12 March 1980.

Japan / Hong Kong / China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.618  n.d

Contents:
'Turning the Tide. Why we need a World Conservation Strategy', copy of draft leaflet by D.A. Munro so entitled (heavily annotated by Scott).

Japan / Hong Kong / China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.619-D.621  n.d

3 folders.

Contents:
Papers re the World Conservation Strategy and its launch (some annotated by Scott).

Japan / Hong Kong / China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.622-D.624  n.d

3 folders.

Contents:
Background material relating to conservation in China and Hong Kong et (some annotated by Scott).

Japan / Hong Kong / China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.625  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

Seychelles / Kenya  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.626, D.627  April-May 1980

Administrative history:
In mid-April Scott travelled to the Seychelles to chair a preliminary meeting of the proposed Indian Ocean Alliance, which aimed to establish the Ocean as a whale sanctuary. After the meeting Scott remained in the Seychelles until late April, when he journeyed to Kenya to attend meetings of the IUCN Survival Service Commission held at Kilaguni.

Seychelles / Kenya  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.626  1980

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for the meeting in the Seychelles, January-April 1980.

Seychelles / Kenya  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.627  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.628-D.637  May 1980

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to China in May as the head of a World Wildlife Fund delegation which also included his wife. The main purpose of the trip was to visit the Wolong nature reserve in the Sichuan province of western China, the main habitat of the Giant Panda and to discuss plans for a major joint project by the WWF and China to save this endangered animal from extinction. The members of the delegation were the first foreigners since 1949 to be invited to this part of China.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.628  April-May 1980

Contents:
Brief correspondence relating to the visit etc.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.629  n.d

Contents:
Typescript notes arranged with card dividers, originally kept together in a small ring binder.
Includes 3pp of general notes re China, followed by lists of useful organisations, names, addresses, telephone numbers etc.
The notes appear to have been produced by Nancy Nash, WWF adviser, for Scott's benefit during the visit.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.630  1980

Contents:
Letter and 3 postcards from Nancy Nash to the Scotts (found with D.629), May 1980.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.631  n.d

Contents:
'Protocol for establishment of a research centre for the protection of the Giant Panda', 3pp draft typescript so entitled (annotated by Scott with numerous additions).

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.632  n.d

Contents:
Copies of newspaper articles and typescript news releases relating to the visit.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.633  n.d

Contents:
Small softback notebook.
Contains dedication to Scott (in Chinese, with English translation annotated by Scott) and 2pp diagrams of seating arrangements at meetings.

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.634  n.d

Contents:
Photographs (probably taken during Scott's previous visits in February).

China  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.635-D.637  n.d

Contents:
'For China'. Contents of plastic sleeve so labelled, divided into three for ease of reference.
Background material for the visit, including correspondence and typescript papers.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.638-D.640  September 1980

3 folders.

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to Wausau, Wisconsin, USA, in early September to receive an award as Leigh Hawkey Woodson Master Wildlife Artist for 1980. During the trip he also attended social engagements in New York and visited the International Crane Foundation, Baraboo, Wisconsin.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc, 1979-1980

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.641-D.647  September-October 1980

Administrative history:
The main purposes of Scott's visit to the United States from late September were to chair meetings of the IUCN Survival Service Commission in Gainesville, Florida and to raise funds for the Wildfowl Trust in a number of cities including Chicago. He also arranged to attend the 5th Fairfield Osborn Memorial Lecture given by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in New York on 1 October as well as a fund-raising dinner in the Prince's honour afterwards.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.641, D.642  April-September 1980

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for the 5th Fairfield Osborn Memorial Lecture and subsequent dinner etc.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.643  1980

Contents:
Brief correspondence re a draft of Prince Philip's lecture, September 1980; copy of 21pp draft typescript by Prince Philip (annotated by Scott).

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.644  1980

Contents:
Letters of thanks by Scott following the trip, October 1980.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.645  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.646  1980

Contents:
Papers relating to Scott's fund-raising for the Wildfowl Trust, ca September 1980.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.647  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia.

India / Nepal  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.648-D.651  February-March 1981

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to India in mid-February to attend IUCN Species Survival Commission meetings as well as meetings of the parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Fauna and Flora (CITES). At the very end of February he visited Nepal, spending several days in the Royal Chitwan National Park, before returning home in early March.

India / Nepal  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.648  1980-1981

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; letters arising from the trip.

India / Nepal  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.649  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

India / Nepal  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.650  n.d

Contents:
9pp manuscript speech notes by Scott (written on small notepaper).
The speech was given just before Scott presented a painting to the Prime Minister of India.

India / Nepal  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.651  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia.

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.652-D.670  March-April 1981

Administrative history:
Scott visited Zimbabwe from 27 March-7 April to take up an offer of a holiday by Zimbabwe Sun Hotels, which included trips to Victoria Falls, Wankie National Park and Zimbabwe Ruins. In return Scott opened and helped to promote a safari lodge. The visit also enabled him to discuss conservation issues with Government ministers and other interested parties. Scott then made an unofficial visit to South Africa to discuss the Government's attitude to the conservation of the great whales. He spent over a week there before returning home in mid-April.

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.652-D.654  1980-1981

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for the visit to Zimbabwe and arising therefrom

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.655  1981

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for the visit to South Africa etc, February-April 1981.

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.656  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.657-D.659  1981-1982

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re conservation issues in Zimbabwe etc

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.660  1981

Contents:
Memorandum by Scott's Wildlife Conservation Assistant, 29 April 1981, with papers attached including:
4pp typescript report on Scott's visit to Zimbabwe.
Copy of 2pp typescript letter from Scott to Robert G. Mugabe, Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, 8 April 1981.

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.661  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript speech notes by Scott.
This speech was written for the opening of the Bumi Hills Safari Lodge by Scott.

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.662  1981

Contents:
Zimbabwe Wildlife, June 1981.
This magazine contains an interview given by Scott during his visit to Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.663  1981

Contents:
Newspaper cutting re Scott and his visit to South Africa, The Star, 10 April 1981.

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.664-D.668  n.d

5 folders.

Contents:
Background material relating to conservation in Zimbabwe (some annotated by Scott).
Includes copies of correspondence and newspaper articles; printed and typescript material; etc.

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.669  1981

Contents:
Copies of letters re World Wildlife Fund affairs in China and Hong Kong, sent with covering notes to Scott by Sir Arthur Norman, February 1981.
This material was found with D.664-D.668.

Zimbabwe, South Africa  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.670  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia.

Svanøy, Norway  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.671-D.673  May 1981

Administrative history:
Scott visited the island of Svanøy, for a week in the first half of May at the invitation of the Svanøy Foundation.

Svanoy, Norway  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.671  1979-1981

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Svanoy, Norway  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.672  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence arising from the visit.

Svanoy, Norway  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.673  n.d

Contents:
Typescript notes re Svanoy etc.

Canada  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.674-D.680  June 1981

Contents:
In early June Scott travelled to Canada to receive an honorary degree from the University of Guelph. During his stay of several days he also visited Kortright Waterfowl Park, Guelph, operated by the Niska Wildlife Foundation.

Canada  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.674, D.675  January-June 1981

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Canada  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.676  June-July 1981

Contents:
Correspondence arising from the trip

Canada  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.677  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

Canada  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.678  1981-1982

Contents:
Invitation (accepted) for Scott to join the Niska Wildlife Foundation's Honorary Board of Trustees, March 1981; papers sent to Scott re the operation of Kortright Waterfowl Park, 1981-1982.

Canada  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.679  n.d

Contents:
Photographs of Scott and others, taken during the visit.

Canada  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.680  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

Sweden  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.681, D.682  June 1981

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to Sweden in mid-June to participate in a Nordic Nature Day organised by WWF Sweden. This short trip also gave him an opportunity to visit the Stockholm archipelago.

Sweden  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.681  1980-1981

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements

Sweden  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.682  June 1981

Contents:
Letters of thanks by the Scotts following the visit

Australia / New Zealand / Hong Kong  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.683-D.689  October 1981

Administrative history:
Scott arrived in Australia towards mid-October and spent a week's holiday with friends on Heron Island. He then introduced a film presentation in aid of WWF Australia in Sydney before travelling to Christchurch, New Zealand for the second half of the IUCN's 15th General Assembly and Technical Meeting at which he was awarded the Phillips Medal. Scott returned home at the end of October via Hong Kong, where he spent several days promoting the World Wildlife Fund.

Australia / New Zealand / Hong Kong  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.683-D.686  March-October 1981

4 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Australia / New Zealand / Hong Kong  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.687  November-December 1981

Contents:
Letters arising from the trip

Australia / New Zealand / Hong Kong  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.688  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

Australia / New Zealand / Hong Kong  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.689  n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous.

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.690-D.698  January-March 1982

Administrative history:
Scott was a guest lecturer on three Lindblad cruises in the South Pacific from late January to mid-March.

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.690-D.695  1981-1982

6 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.696  1982

Contents:
Letters re events at home, sent to the Scotts during the cruises, February-March 1982

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.697  n.d

Contents:
Itineraries.

South Pacific  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.698  n.d

Contents:
List of crew and passengers on the Lindblad Explorer for the first cruise.

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.699-D.706  August 1982

Administrative history:
Scott visited the Soviet Union with his wife and his daughter, Dafila, during the second half of August. The main purpose was to participate in the 18th International Ornithological Congress, Moscow, 16-25 August 1982 but the opportunity was taken to visit Leningrad for a few days after the Congress.

Contents:
'Moscow / Leningrad August 1982'. Contents of folder so inscribed, divided into eight for ease of reference.

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.699-D.701  1979-1982

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re arrangements

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.702  1982

Contents:
2pp typescript letter to Scott from 'Liz' [E.A. Young, Baroness Kennet], re the Soviet Union's use of its northern waters, 5 August 1982 (annotated 'Take with me' by Scott).

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.703  1982

Contents:
Letters arising from the trip, August-September 1982.

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.704  n.d

Contents:
Papers re the 18th International Ornithological Congress.
Includes printed list of participants, with a manuscript draft address to the Congress (in Scott's hand) on the back cover.

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.705  n.d

Contents:
Map of USSR (annotated and marked by Scott in places).

USSR  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.706  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.707-D.711  November 1982

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to Amsterdam to attend a symposium on 'The Wetlands of Holland', 5 November 1982. He gave the symposium's opening speech on 'The international importance of wetlands'.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.707  1982-1983

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; letters arising from the trip

Amsterdam, The Netherlands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.708  n.d

Contents:
11pp manuscript draft of speech (on small notepaper); 1p manuscript speech notes, headed 'Points to raise in Amsterdam'.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.709  n.d

Contents:
Typescript summaries of symposium papers.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.710, D.711  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Printed and typescript background material re wetlands etc.

Australia / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.712-D.724  February-April 1983

Administrative history:
In late February Scott visited Western Australia. He then participated as a guest lecturer in two Lindblad cruises from early March to mid-April. The first of these sailed from Townsville, Australia to Papua New Guinea, while the second visited the Philippines, Borneo and Malaysia before reaching its journey's end in Singapore.

Australia / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.712-D.717  1982-1983

6 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; correspondence re a Lindblad cruise to the British Isles (planned for July 1983 but eventually cancelled); etc. 1982-1983.

Australia / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.718  March 1983

Contents:
Correspondence re events at home during the trip etc

Australia / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.719  n.d

Contents:
General itinerary; itineraries for Scott's visit to Western Australia.

Australia / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.720, D.721  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Daily itineraries for the Lindblad cruises.

Australia / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.722  n.d

Contents:
5pp manuscript notes by Scott (written on small notepaper, probably for lectures on the Lindblad Explorer).

Australia / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.723  1983

Contents:
Photocopies of lists of fish seen by Scott during March and April 1983.

Australia / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.724  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.725-D.734  April-May 1983

Administrative history:
Scott visited the United States from late April to early May. He travelled first to Boston to attend fund-raising events jointly organised by the World Wildlife Fund-US and the New England Aquarium. These included a symposium on 'Whales, Seabirds and Oceans' at which Scott was a keynote speaker. The main purpose of the rest of his trip was to raise funds for the Wildfowl Trust and to this end he then participated in three black-tie dinners held in New York, Maryland and Pennsylvania. The proceeds of these engagements were then split between Scott's organisation and the Wildfowl Trust of North America.

Correspondence re arrangements for the trip; correspondence and papers re the Wildfowl Trust of America; etc.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.725-D.731  1982-1983

7 folders.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.732  May-July 1983

Contents:
Correspondence arising from the trip, including letters of thanks by Scott

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.733  c1983

Contents:
Itineraries.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.734  c1983

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.735  1983

Contents:
Switzerland, July 1983.
Scott travelled to Switzerland at the beginning of July to speak at Aiglon College's Graduation and Prize Giving Ceremony.
Correspondence relating to the trip, March-July 1983; group photograph of Scott and the graduates; etc.

Conference of Executive Heads of Commonwealth Universities and 13th Commonwealth Universities Congress, University of Birmingham, August 1983.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.736-D.742  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
As Chancellor of the University of Birmingham Scott was involved in numerous engagements during the Conference and the Congress. He was also a speaker at one of the Congress's seminar sessions.
'Misc. Conferences. Commonwealth Universities Aug 1983'. Contents of box so inscribed, divided into seven for ease of reference.

Conference of Executive Heads of Commonwealth Universities and 13th Commonwealth Universities Congress, University of Birmingham, August 1983.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.736, D.737  1982-1983

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re Scott's involvement in the Commonwealth Universities Congress

Conference of Executive Heads of Commonwealth Universities and 13th Commonwealth Universities Congress, University of Birmingham, August 1983.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.738  c1983

Contents:
Typescript itinerary; programme for the opening ceremony of the Congress (annotated by Scott with speech notes etc).

Conference of Executive Heads of Commonwealth Universities and 13th Commonwealth Universities Congress, University of Birmingham, August 1983.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.739  c1983

Contents:
Congress handbook (annotated in places by Scott).

Conference of Executive Heads of Commonwealth Universities and 13th Commonwealth Universities Congress, University of Birmingham, August 1983.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.740  c1983

Contents:
'Conservation and development', 7pp typescript of Scott's speech at the Congress; photocopy of 7pp draft typescript (annotated) of Scott's speech.

Conference of Executive Heads of Commonwealth Universities and 13th Commonwealth Universities Congress, University of Birmingham, August 1983.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.741  1983

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re Scott's participation in the East of England Agricultural Society Conference, 17 November 1983, at Peterborough. July-December 1983.
Includes manuscript speech notes by Scott; typescript draft copies of speaker's papers, bound together with card covers.

Conference of Executive Heads of Commonwealth Universities and 13th Commonwealth Universities Congress, University of Birmingham, August 1983.  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.742  c1983

Contents:
7pp typescript of Scott's speech for the Commonwealth Universities Congress at Birmingham (heavily annotated by Scott).
This typescript appears to have been used by Scott in the production of his speech for the East of England Agricultural Society Conference, where he spoke on the 'World need for conservation'.

The Bahamas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.743-D.746  August-September 1983

Administrative history:
Scott visited the Bahamas from late August to early September. The trip included time spent swimming with dolphins.

The Bahamas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.743  June-August 1983

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re arrangements

The Bahamas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.744  September-December 1983

Contents:
Correspondence arising from the visit

The Bahamas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.745  c1983

Contents:
Itineraries.

The Bahamas  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.746  c1983

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

Oman  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.747-D.751  September-October 1983

Administrative history:
The main purpose of Scott's visit was to participate in a Workshop at Salalah on environmental aspects of development in the Dhofar region of Oman, 22 September-1 October.

Oman  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.747  September-November 1983

Contents:
Itinerary; letters relating to the trip

Oman  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.748  n.d

Contents:
Papers relating to the Salalah Workshop, including a copy of its recommendations.

Oman  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.749  n.d

Contents:
Background material re Oman.

Oman  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.750  1976

Contents:
Photocopies of pages from Scott's diaries re his visit to Oman in late October 1976.

Oman  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.751  n.d

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.752  1983

Contents:
Nigeria, November 1983.
Scott visited Nigeria in late November on behalf of the World Wildlife Fund to participate in the country's National Conservation Week.
Papers re Scott's visa application, November 1983.

Sri Lanka / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.753-D.763  February-April 1984

Administrative history:
Scott visited Sri Lanka from 20 February to 6 March where he visited its National Parks and spent time whale-watching. He then participated as a guest lecturer in two Lindblad cruises during the remainder of March and the first half of April. The first of these sailed from Fiji to Papua New Guinea, visiting the Solomon Islands on the way. The second cruise then travelled to the 'Spice Islands of the Celebes' before arriving in Singapore.

Sri Lanka / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.753-D.755  1983-1984

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Sri Lanka / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.756, D.757  1984

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re events at home during Scott's absence etc, March-April 1984.

Sri Lanka / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.758  c1984

Contents:
General itineraries.

Sri Lanka / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.759, D.760  c1984

2 folders.

Contents:
Daily itineraries for the Lindblad cruises.

Sri Lanka / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.761, D.762  c1984

Contents:
Printed logs of the two Lindblad cruises.

Sri Lanka / Oceania  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.763  c1984

Contents:
Memorabilia etc.

Red Sea  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.764, D.765  November 1984

Administrative history:
Scott spent two weeks in the second half of November on a diving holiday in the Red Sea.

Red Sea  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.764, D.765  1984-1985

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Baltic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.766, D.767  June 1985

Administrative history:
During June 1985 Scott participated as a guest lecturer on a Cunard cruise in the Baltic.

Baltic  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.766, D.767  1985

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; correspondence arising from the trip; etc. January-July 1985.

Indonesia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.768-D.771  September-October 1985

Administrative history:
Scott was a guest lecturer on the Island Explorer during two diving cruises to the islands and reefs of Indonesia.

Indonesia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.768, D.769  February-October 1985

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Indonesia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.770  c1985

Contents:
Itineraries.

Indonesia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.771  c1985

Contents:
Miscellaneous.

Hungary  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.772-D.774  November 1985

Administrative history:
The Hungarian Ornithological Union invited Scott to visit their country in early November 1985 to thank the Wildfowl Trust for its participation in a project to reintroduce the White-headed Duck to Hungary.

Hungary  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.772, D.773  October-November 1985

2 folders.

Contents:
Papers re arrangements; letters of thanks by Scott following the trip

Hungary  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.774  c1985

Contents:
Itineraries.

Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.775-D.780  January-March 1986

Administrative history:
Scott participated as a guest lecturer in four Salen-Lindblad cruises from mid-January. He joined the first of these in Colombo, Sri Lanka, having travelled via New Delhi to meet the India Prime Minister on conservation business. The cruises visited numerous islands including the Maldives, Mauritius, Madagascar and the Seychelles before Scott returned home in mid-March.

Indian ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.775-D.778  1985-1986

4 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements etc

Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.779  February-April 1986

Contents:
Correspondence arising from the trip

Indian Ocean  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.780  c1986

Contents:
Itineraries etc.

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.781-D.784  May 1986

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to Australia in early May to take part in an expedition to Cooper Creek, South Australia. The aim was to gather information about the area and raise awareness of its importance.

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.781, D.782  February-May 1986

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.783  May-June 1986

Contents:
Letters arising from the trip

Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.784  c1986

Contents:
Itinerary etc.

Washington DC, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.785-D.789  September 1986

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to Washington DC to attend events celebrating the World Wildlife Fund's 25th Anniversary and to receive the J. Paul Getty Wildlife Conservation Prize.

Washington DC, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.785, D.786  June-October 1986

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements; letters of thanks following the trip; etc.

Washington DC, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.787  n.d

Contents:
Itinerary etc.

Washington DC, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.788  1986

Contents:
Photocopy of 4pp (annotated) typescript speech by Scott for the meeting of the WWF US National Council on 16 September 1986.

Washington DC, USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.789  1986

Contents:
Photocopy of 5pp (annotated) typescript speech by Scott for the award of the J. Paul Getty Wildlife Conservation Prize on 17 September 1986.

Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.790  1986


Related information: See NCUACS 87/8/99G. 100 for drafts of Scott's acceptance speech.

Contents:
Assisi, Italy, September 1986.
Scott travelled to Assisi with Prince Philip in late September to attend events organised by the World Wildlife Fund in celebration of its 25th Anniversary. During the visit Scott was presented with the Gold Medal of the WWF.
Correspondence and papers re arrangements etc, July-September 1986.

Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.791-D.795  1986-1987

5 folders.

Contents:
Australia / Oman, January-February 1987.
Scott visited Australia in January to spend three weeks on a diving trip in the northern part of the Great Barrier Reef aboard the TSMV Reef Explorer. Afterwards he travelled to Oman, via Singapore, for a meeting with the Sultan on conservation business.
Correspondence re arrangements for the trip to Australia and papers arising therefrom, 1986-1987.

Travel  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.796  1987

Contents:
Itinerary for Scott's travels in early February 1987.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.797-D.803  May 1987


Related information: See also D.837 for a Wingspread Conference programme.
For draft of Scott's speech see G.107.

Administrative history:
Scott visited the United States for about a week to attend and give the opening speech at the Wingspread Conference on 'Bird Populations: Indicators of Environmental Change', Racine, Wisconsin, 7-8 May 1987. During the trip he also travelled to Delaware and gave a talk at its Museum of Natural History.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.797-D.799  1986-1987

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for the trip; papers relating to Wildfowl Trust fund-raising.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.800  May-June 1987

Contents:
Papers arising from the trip

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.801  n.d

Contents:
Itinerary.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.802  n.d

Contents:
'Waterfowl counts and wetland assessments - the value of long-term studies', photocopy of 13pp (annotated) typescript speech by Scott so entitled.
This appears to be a draft of Scott's speech for the conference at Racine, Wisconsin.

USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.803  n.d

Contents:
2pp manuscript notes by Lady Scott entitled 'Some thoughts at a Bird Conference'.

Hong Kong / Australia / Indonesia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.804-D.810  August-October 1987

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to Hong Kong for almost a week in mid-August before travelling to Australia where he spent two weeks as a guest lecturer on a diving trip to the Rowley Shoals, followed by a week visiting Kakadu National Park, near Darwin. He then joined another two week diving cruise, this time in Indonesia, before returning home in early October.

Hong Kong / Australia / Indonesia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.804-D.807  1986-1987

4 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re arrangements etc

Hong Kong / Australia / Indonesia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.808  n.d

Contents:
Itinerary.

Hong Kong / Australia / Indonesia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.809, D.810  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Background material re Rowley Shoals; memorabilia; etc.

Florida, USA / Caribbean Sea  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.811-D.814  April-May 1988

Administrative history:
In mid-April Scott travelled to the United States to attend and give a presentation about his art work at a Workshop organised by Mill Pond Press, 16-19 April 1988. He then spent a week on Captiva Island, Florida, followed by an eight day Lindblad cruise in the Caribbean Sea, before returning home in early May.

Florida, USA / Caribbean Sea  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.811-D.813  1987-1988

3 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for the trip; correspondence re a possible grant to the Wildfowl Trust by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (US).

Florida, USA / Caribbean Sea  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.814  n.d

Contents:
Background material re the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (US).

Singapore / Malaysia / Hong Kong / Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.815-D.820  October-November 1988

Administrative history:
Arrangements were made for Scott to spend several days in Singapore in mid-October followed by a week in Malaysia with friends, visiting Fraser's Hill and Kuala Lumpur. It was then intended that he should travel to Hong Kong at the end of October to attend World Wildlife Fund meetings and other events before visiting Australia to participate in the Official Opening of the Shortland Wetlands Centre, New South Wales. The whole trip had to be cancelled in late September, however, owing to Scott's ill-health.

Singapore / Malaysia / Hong Kong / Australia  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.815-D.820  1986-1988

6 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the Shortland Wetlands Centre; correspondence re arrangements for the trip; etc

Virgin Islands / USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.821-D.838  April-May 1989

Administrative history:
Scott travelled to the Virgin Islands for a holiday during the second half of April 1989 but ill-health cut short his stay there and he arrived in Washington DC, USA, earlier than planned.
During his visit to Washington DC Scott received the National Zoological Park's Conservation Medal and participated in the opening of its Centennial Wetland's Exhibit. He also attended a fund-raising Reception for the Wildfowl Trust, held in his honour at the British Embassy. He then travelled to Greenville, Delaware to stay with a friend but shortly after arrival had to be hospitalised with pneumonia. As a result he was unable to attend a Dinner in his honour in Philadelphia and had to extend his stay in the United States until late May, when he was fit enough to travel home.

Correspondence and papers re arrangements for the trip and fund-raising for the Wildfowl Trust  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.821-D.830  1988-1989

10 folders.

Virgin Islands/USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.831, D.832  May-August 1989

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence arising from the trip, including letters of thanks by the Scotts

Virgin Islands/USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.833  c1989

Contents:
Itineraries.

Virgin Islands/USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.834  c1989

Contents:
Manuscript speech notes by Scott.

Virgin Islands/USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.835  c1989

Contents:
Photocopy of article containing interview with Scott, Christian Science Monitor, 20 April 1989.

Virgin Islands/USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.836  c1989

Contents:
Typescript draft invitation lists for the Reception in Scott's honour, held at the British Embassy, Washington DC.

Virgin Islands/USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.837  c1987


Related information: See NCUACS 87/8/99/D.797-NCUACS 87/8/99/D.803 for further material relating to this Conference.

Contents:
Programme (annotated by Lady Scott) for the Wingspread Conference on 'Bird Populations: Indicators of Environmental Change', Racine, Wisconsin, USA, 7-8 May 1987

Virgin Islands/USA  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.838  n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous.

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.839-D.862  1969-1988

Arrangement: The correspondence is arranged in chronological order.


Administrative history:
Lindblad Travel Inc. was founded in 1958 by Lars-Eric Lindblad. It made its name by organising cruises (or 'expeditions' as they were described in the company's brochures) to remote parts of the world not otherwise accessible to tourists, such as Antarctica, the Galapagos Islands and China. From the late 1960s to the 1980s Scott participated on well over twenty Lindblad cruises as a guest lecturer in Natural History.
This correspondence relates to Scott's involvement with Lindblad Travel Inc. over almost twenty years, as well as with Salen Lindblad Cruising Ltd. over a shorter period. A variety of subjects are covered, including Scott's participation on Lindblad cruises and visits by parties of passengers to Slimbridge.
These papers were kept in a number of folders marked 'Lindblad' or 'Lindblad Travel Inc.', within the large sequence of Scott's General Correspondence. Individual files were also kept for many of the cruises on which Scott took part and the papers relating to these are in the Travel subsection (see D.59-D.838).

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.839  1969

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.840  March-June 1971

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.841  July-December 1971

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.842  January 1972

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.843  February-April 1972

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.844  May 1972

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.845  July-December 1972

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.846  October-November 1972

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.847  1973

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.848  1974

Contents:
Includes correspondence with Houlders World Holidays Ltd re proposed Great Barrier Reef wildlife tours in the Autumn of 1974 (cancelled).

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.849  1975

Contents:
Correspondence re Lindblad cruises to the Galapagos Islands in 1976 for members of the 'The 1001 - A Nature Trust'.

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.850  1976-1977

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.851  1978

Contents:
Includes 2pp typescript by the Scotts re the Lindblad Explorer, for a tribute to L.E. Lindblad and the ship on its Tenth Anniversary.

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.852  March-September 1979

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.853  August-December 1979

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.854  1980

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.855  1981

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.856  1982

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.857  January-August 1983

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.858  May 1983

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.859  September-December 1983

Contents:
Includes 3pp manuscript draft by Scott (on small notepaper) re cruises on the Lindblad Explorer, for use in a brochure.

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.860  1984

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.861  1985

LINDBLAD CORRESPONDENCE  NCUACS 87.8.99/D.862  1986, 1988

Contents:
Includes brief correspondence re the Lindblad cruise in the Caribbean Sea in 1988.

SECTION E PUBLICATIONS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.1-E.349  [n.d.]


Related information: For material relating to Scott's book The Battle of the Narrow Seas see B.62-B.152. Other significant papers relating to publications by Scott are found in sections C, J and L.

Contents:
This section presents a chronological sequence of Scott's drafts of books, articles and contributions to other publications, editorial correspondence etc, and a small number of re-prints and off-prints.
E.1-E.274 DRAFTS
E.275-E.341 CORRESPONDENCE AND AGREEMENTS
E.342-E.349 RE-PRINTS AND OFF-PRINTS

DRAFTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.1-E.274  ca 1927-1989, n.d

Contents:
Draft material relating to publications, or intended publications, arranged chronologically. Details of the publication of any work are given where known.
The material consists of drafts of books by, or co-authored by, Scott; drafts of articles, forewords, prefaces and reviews which he contributed to various publications; and correspondence, mostly with publishers and authors, found with the drafts. Some of the articles, forewords etc were drafted by his colleagues at the Wildfowl Trust, in particular Hugh Boyd, the resident biologist. Included also are re-productions of artwork by Scott used for illustrating various publications and a few of his original drawings.
Drafts of works by Philippa Scott in which Sir Peter Scott was not involved can be found in Section A. Undated drafts are at E.255-E.274.

DRAFTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.1  c1927-1930

Contents:
Untitled 6pp manuscript draft, with corrections, concerning wild geese, ca 1927-1930.
Inscribed on the last page 'P.Scott Trinity'.

DRAFTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.2  1931 - 1932

Contents:
'The Roebuck, A Fairy Story'.
9pp manuscript draft with corrections; two 7pp typescript drafts with corrections, one inscribed 'written 1931', the other inscribed 'Munich 1932'.

DRAFTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.3  1934

Contents:
'Mr Spriggs and the Crane', Cornhill Magazine (October 1934).
12pp manuscript draft with corrections; 14pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections.

DRAFTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.3A  1936

Contents:
'Wild Geese of Hungary: A Letter from Hortobagy', The Field (19 September 1936).
3pp article taken from off-print, with pencil revisions and annotations.

DRAFTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.4  ca 1937-ca 1939

Contents:
'Charles Darwin: A Play in 2 Acts'.
60pp manuscript draft with corrections

DRAFTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.5  ca 1937-ca 1939

Contents:
'Passage'.
11pp manuscript draft with corrections
Appears to be the beginning of a story about Silver Grey and Blue Grey Geese.

DRAFTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.6  ca 1937-ca 1950

Contents:
Untitled fragment of manuscript draft of a war story, beginning 'Lieutenant Martin Drake R.N.V.R. stood unobtrusively in a corner of the destroyer's bridge'
2pp draft with corrections.

'Caspian Sea Letters'.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.7-E.19  [n.d.]


Related information: See NCUACS 87/8/99/A.133 for correspondence etc relating to this expedition.

Contents:
An unpublished account of Scott's expedition to the Caspian Sea in 1938 in search of the Redbreasted Goose.

Early drafts, some incomplete, with manuscript corrections and annotations, of various parts of the book.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.7-E.10  [n.d.]

Early drafts, some incomplete, with manuscript corrections and annotations, of various parts of the book.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.7  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript drafts of foreword and chapters 1-8.

Early drafts, some incomplete, with manuscript corrections and annotations, of various parts of the book.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.8  n.d

Contents:
Typescript drafts of chapters 10-15.

Early drafts, some incomplete, with manuscript corrections and annotations, of various parts of the book.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.9  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript drafts of chapters 18, 20, 21 and 26.

Early drafts, some incomplete, with manuscript corrections and annotations, of various parts of the book.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.10  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript drafts of chapters 29-31.

'Caspian Sea Letters'  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.11  n.d

Contents:
Typescript of foreword and chapters 1-7 (chapter 2 incomplete); a few pages labelled 'Throwouts', apparently from another corrected typescript draft; incomplete 3pp draft of an unidentified part of the book; 4pp of an unidentified typescript, probably of the 'Caspian Sea Letters'.

Later typescript draft of the 'Caspian Sea Letters' with manuscript annotations, corrections and inserts.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.12-E.16  [n.d.]

Later typescript draft of the 'Caspian Sea Letters' with manuscript annotations, corrections and inserts.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.12  [n.d.]

Contents:
Foreword and Chapters 1-8.

Later typescript draft of the 'Caspian Sea Letters' with manuscript annotations, corrections and inserts.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.13  [n.d.]

Contents:
Chapters 9-13.

Later typescript draft of the 'Caspian Sea Letters' with manuscript annotations, corrections and inserts.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.14  [n.d.]

Contents:
Chapters 14-18.

Later typescript draft of the 'Caspian Sea Letters' with manuscript annotations, corrections and inserts.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.15  [n.d.]

Contents:
Chapters 19-23.

Later typescript draft of the 'Caspian Sea Letters' with manuscript annotations, corrections and inserts.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.16  [n.d.]

Contents:
Chapters 24-32.

'Caspian Sea Letters'  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.17  1938

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement with publishers for the proposed book 'Letters from Caspian', 1938; 1p manuscript notes containing possible titles for the book.

'Caspian Sea Letters'  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.18  1937-1938

Contents:
A few letters, including one from Scott to his mother, concerning the Caspian Sea trip, 1937-1938; 2 unidentified incomplete manuscript drafts, with corrections, relating to the expedition.

'Caspian Sea Letters'  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.19  1938

Contents:
Lecture delivered by Scott at a joint meeting of the Iran and Royal Geographical Societies on 6 May 1938 in the Hall of the Royal Geographic Society.
The lecture was published as 'A Wild Goose Chase to the Caspian Sea', Proceedings of the Iran Society, 1, part 7 (1938).
12pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections; off-print of the aforementioned publication; re-print from The Naft Magazine with manuscript corrections.

Wild Chorus (Country Life, 1938).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.20, E.21  [n.d.]

Wild Chorus (Country Life, 1938).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.20  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript draft of chapter 1 with corrections; proofs of chapter 1.

Wild Chorus (Country Life, 1938).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.21  [n.d.]

Contents:
Typescript drafts, one incomplete, of remaining chapters, with manuscript corrections.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.22  ca 1937-1938

Contents:
Manuscript working notes headed 'Bavarian Trouts', with corrections, probably intended for an article on the Bavarian Alps

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.23  ca 1939-1945

Contents:
'Other Fear'. A short war story.
8pp manuscript drafts so entitled, with corrections

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.24  n.d

Contents:
1p incomplete manuscript draft, with corrections, entitled 'The Snow Geese. A study in bird relationship', possibly for 'Snow Geese', Country Life (1940).

Lemuel, by Edith R. Gregorson, illustrated by Peter Scott (London, 1947).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.25-E.27  [n.d.]

Lemuel, by Edith R. Gregorson, illustrated by Peter Scott (London, 1947).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.25, E.26  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Original artwork by Scott, with one print (E.25) and a typescript draft list of illustrations (E.25). One page (E.26) annotated by Scott.

Lemuel, by Edith R. Gregorson, illustrated by Peter Scott (London, 1947).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.27  n.d

Contents:
Typescript draft of the book with manuscript corrections; incomplete proof; advertisement for the book.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.28  1949

Contents:
'The Preservation of Wildfowl: The World Problem [Abstract]'.
A paper given by Scott at a meeting of the Royal Institution on 11 February 1949.
2pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections; compliments slip from the Librarian of the Royal Institution, 1949; off-print of the paper.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.29  1949

Contents:
'Berkeley New Decoy'.
A contribution by Scott to an article apparently published in the Gloucester Official Handbook (1949).
2pp typescript so entitled; letter from publishers, 1949.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.30  1949

Contents:
Introduction to an unidentified book by [?] Carrington about British waterways, probably published by the Inland Waterways Association [?1949].
Incomplete 1p manuscript draft with corrections; 2pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections and additions, and later corrected typescript version; letter to [?Philippa Talbot-Ponsonby] from the Inland Waterways Association, 1949.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.31  1949

Contents:
'Canada Geese of the Mississippi Flyway, with Special Reference to an Illinois Flock', by Harold C. Hanson and Robert H. Smith, Bulletin of the Illinois Natural History Survey.
3pp typescript, [?1949].
From a folder inscribed 'Articles and Works 1949'.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.32  c1949

Contents:
'An account of a visit to Canada and the U.S. in October and November 1948'.
15pp typescript; 2 newspaper cuttings, 1949, containing articles on this visit and another planned expedition by Scott; 1p manuscript notes with corrections, entitled 'The Kogmuit Eskimos' and 1p corrected typescript of the same, ca 1949.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.33  n.d


Related information: See NCUACS 87/8/99/M.49-NCUACS 87/8/99/M.53 for related correspondence.

Contents:
'The Mysterious Sense of Direction (an appreciation of the current theories of orientation in birds)', London Mystery Magazine (1950).
20pp typescript draft, including 2 manuscript pages, with manuscript corrections; later typescript draft, with corrections, and corrected typescript version; typescript notes and short correspondence on scraps of paper discussing the possibility of including the article in a Peter Scott anthology.

Wild Geese and Eskimos: A Journal of the Perry River Expedition of 1949 (Country Life, 1951).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.34, E.35  [n.d.]


Related information: See NCUACS 87/8/99/D.67-NCUACS 87/8/99/D.73 for papers relating to this expedition.

Wild Geese and Eskimos: A Journal of the Perry River Expedition of 1949 (Country Life, 1951).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.34  1951

Contents:
1p typescript of foreword, June 1951; copies of typescripts of bibliographic references, corrections and list of line drawings; manuscript draft, with corrections, of captions for photographs and corrected typescript version.

Wild Geese and Eskimos: A Journal of the Perry River Expedition of 1949 (Country Life, 1951).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.35  1951

Contents:
Correspondence with Country Life, 1951; 1p manuscript containing drafts of two short letters by Scott.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.36  1951

Contents:
Foreword by Scott to an unidentified book by Keith Shackleton.
1p typescript draft with manuscript corrections

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.37  c1951


Related information: See NCUACS 87/8/99/E.38 for related material.

Contents:
'The Problem of Decreasing Wildfowl'.
An article which appears to have been at the centre of a debate on the subject of decreasing wildfowl in the newspaper or journal in which it was published.
10pp manuscript draft with corrections; later 7pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections, ca 1951.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.38  ca 1951

Contents:
'The Decrease in our Wildfowl'.
A letter by Scott, intended for publication in a newspaper or magazine, replying to comments made about his article 'The Problem of Decreasing Wildfowl'.
4pp manuscript draft with corrections; later typescript draft

Various articles on the Severn Wildfowl Trust which display similarities in structure, content and length. They were either for information leaflets or were contributions to other publications.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.39-E.43  [n.d.]

Various articles on the Severn Wildfowl Trust which display similarities in structure, content and length. They were either for information leaflets or were contributions to other publications.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.39  [?1951]

Contents:
'The Severn Wildfowl Trust'.
4pp typescript draft with corrections, inscribed 'For the Pilgrim Trust' on the first page.

Various articles on the Severn Wildfowl Trust which display similarities in structure, content and length. They were either for information leaflets or were contributions to other publications.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.40  ca 1951

Contents:
'The Severn Wildfowl Trust'.
2pp typescript, inscribed 'For the Exhibition' on the first page

Various articles on the Severn Wildfowl Trust which display similarities in structure, content and length. They were either for information leaflets or were contributions to other publications.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.41  ca 1951

Contents:
'The Severn Wildfowl Trust'.
Two 2pp typescript drafts both entitled 'The Severn Wildfowl Trust and Bristol Zoological Gardens', with corrections, and one page of manuscript additions to the text, ca 1951; later 2pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections and additions entitled 'The Severn Wildfowl Trust'

Various articles on the Severn Wildfowl Trust which display similarities in structure, content and length. They were either for information leaflets or were contributions to other publications.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.42  ca 1951

Contents:
2pp untitled typescript draft with manuscript corrections and additions, ca 1951; 2pp untitled typescript draft, possibly incomplete, with manuscript corrections
The two drafts are possibly related.

Various articles on the Severn Wildfowl Trust which display similarities in structure, content and length. They were either for information leaflets or were contributions to other publications.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.43  c1951

Contents:
Untitled article for the Royal Naval Bird Watching Society.
6pp manuscript and typescript draft with corrections and additions, ca 1951; later typescript inscribed 'For the RNBWS' on the first page, ca 1951.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.44  c1952

Contents:
'Saving a Goose from Extinction. Efforts of the Severn Wildfowl Trust', The Times (May 1952).
3pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.45  [?1952]

Contents:
4pp untitled manuscript draft, with corrections, of an article concerning the decline in the numbers of wildfowl

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.46  ca 1952

Contents:
'Naturalisation'.
5pp typescript of an article about the introduction of various species of birds into Britain

A Thousand Geese, by Peter Scott and James Fisher (Collins, 1953).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.47-E.53  [n.d.]


Related information: See NCUACS 87/8/99/M.188-NCUACS 87/8/99/M.190 for correspondence re publication. See also correspondence at NCUACS 87/8/99/M.315-NCUACS 87/8/99/M.318

Contents:
Incomplete typescript draft with manuscript corrections and annotations by Scott and others, including pages of manuscript inserts.

A Thousand Geese, by Peter Scott and James Fisher (Collins, 1953).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.47  n.d

Contents:
Chapter 1-4. Most of chapter 3 is missing.

A Thousand Geese, by Peter Scott and James Fisher (Collins, 1953).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.48  n.d

Contents:
Chapter 5 and 6.

A Thousand Geese, by Peter Scott and James Fisher (Collins, 1953).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.49  n.d

Contents:
Chapters 7-9.

A Thousand Geese, by Peter Scott and James Fisher (Collins, 1953).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.50  n.d

Contents:
Chapters 10-12.

A Thousand Geese, by Peter Scott and James Fisher (Collins, 1953).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.51  n.d

Contents:
Chapters 13-16.

A Thousand Geese, by Peter Scott and James Fisher (Collins, 1953).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.52  n.d

Contents:
Typescript drafts with manuscript corrections of Appendices A, B and F; proofs of Appendices C-E with manuscript corrections.

A Thousand Geese, by Peter Scott and James Fisher (Collins, 1953).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.53  n.d

Contents:
37pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, of a later version without appendices and considerably altered from the draft in E.47-E.52.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.54  n.d

Contents:
'Marking Wild Geese in Iceland', The Times (1953).
5pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.55  n.d

Contents:
Untitled article, possibly published in a newspaper, in which Scott discusses the importance of the spirit of adventure in human life.
5pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, headed 'Lt. Cmdr. Peter Scott in an interview'; later typescript draft with corrections and additions, inscribed '1953' on first page.

Waterfowl of the World, by Jean Delacour, illustrated by Scott, 4 vols (Country Life, 1954-1966).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.56-E.70  [n.d.]


Related information: For additional correspondence with Country Life concerning Waterfowl of the World see E.288-E.296.
For correspondence etc re the binding of Scott's original paintings used in the book see J.217-J.219.

Contents:
There appears to be no material relating to Volume 1.

Incomplete typescript draft of Volume II, 'The River Ducks', with manuscript corrections by Scott and others.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.56-E.60  [n.d.]

Arrangement: For some sections of the volume more than one draft exists. Arranged according to the list of the contents of the volume in E.61 which shows it divided into six sections corresponding to the classification of ducks by genus.


Incomplete typescript draft of Volume II, 'The River Ducks', with manuscript corrections by Scott and others.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.56  n.d

Contents:
Section 1.

Incomplete typescript draft of Volume II, 'The River Ducks', with manuscript corrections by Scott and others.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.57  n.d

Contents:
Section 1, continued.

Incomplete typescript draft of Volume II, 'The River Ducks', with manuscript corrections by Scott and others.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.58  n.d

Contents:
Section 1, continued.

Incomplete typescript draft of Volume II, 'The River Ducks', with manuscript corrections by Scott and others.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.59  n.d

Contents:
Section 1, continued.

Incomplete typescript draft of Volume II, 'The River Ducks', with manuscript corrections by Scott and others.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.60  n.d

Contents:
Section 1, continued; sections 2-6.

Waterfowl of the World  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.61  n.d

Contents:
5pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections and annotations, of a classification scheme for the ducks described in Volume II; 4pp typescript of the List of Contents, Acknowledgements and Introduction; 8 pages of rough pencil sketches, with annotations, probably for establishing the sequence of illustrations in the Volume; unidentified sketch of ducks, probably related to Volume II.

Waterfowl of the World  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.62  n.d

Contents:
4pp printed draft of illustrations for Volume II.

Waterfowl of the World  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.63, E.64  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Various reproductions of illustrations by Scott, including proofs of colour plates, used for the illustrations in Volume II.

Waterfowl of the World  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.65  1957

Contents:
Correspondence with Country Life concerning the illustrations for Volume III, with related papers, 1957.

Waterfowl of the World  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.66  n.d

Contents:
Rough sketches with annotations, probably for establishing the sequence of illustrations for Volume III, ca 1957; manuscript notes also relating to illustrations, probably for Volume III; two prints of drawings by Scott, probably for Volume III.

Waterfowl of the World  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.67  n.d

Contents:
Page layouts for the plates to be included in [?Volume III].

Waterfowl of the World  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.68  1959-1965

Contents:
Correspondence with Jean Delacour, mostly relating to the preparation of Volume IV

Waterfowl of the World  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.69  n.d. and 1957-1963

Contents:
Correspondence, mostly relating to the publication of Volume IV, 1957-1963, n.d.; miscellaneous typescript and manuscript notes and rough sketches relating to the illustrations for Volume IV.

Waterfowl of the World  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.70  1963

Contents:
Galley proofs for Volume IV

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.71  n.d

Contents:
'Catching Wild Geese with Rocket Nets', Country Life (29 September 1955).
10pp manuscript draft with corrections and insert.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.72  c1956


Related information: For photocopies of five further articles published between 1958 and 1963 see E.344.

Contents:
'High Fumble Factor', Sailplane and Gliding, December 1956.
One of a number of articles which Scott wrote for Sailplane and Gliding, the official publication of the British Gliding Association.
4pp manuscript draft with corrections and insert; later typescript draft with manuscript corrections; photocopy of the published article.

Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World (The Wildfowl Trust, 1957).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.73-E.75  [n.d.]


Related information: See NCUACS 87/8/99/E.341 for publisher's agreement etc and NCUACS 87/8/99/E.243-NCUACS 87/8/99/E.249 for material relating to a later edition of this book.

Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World (The Wildfowl Trust, 1957).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.73, E.74  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Proofs, some corrected, of text and plates, with a few related manuscript and typescript papers.

Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World (The Wildfowl Trust, 1957).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.75  1957-1958

Contents:
Correspondence re publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.76  1958

Contents:
Foreword by Scott to an unidentified book by Fred Rowbotham about the River Severn.
1p typescript draft with manuscript corrections, 1958; letter from author, 1958.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.77  1958

Contents:
'Catamarans'.
7pp typescript draft of an article, with corrections; later typescript draft with corrections; copy of a letter by Scott re intended publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.78  1958

Contents:
'Look', Radio Times 'Wild Life Supplement' (1958).
Scott contributed this article and a drawing for the 'Look' series in the Radio Times.
3pp manuscript draft entitled 'Look' with corrections and notes; later typescript draft with manuscript corrections; correspondence re publication, 1958.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.79  1958

Contents:
A review of Gliding. A Handbook of Soaring Flight, by Derek Piggott, The Times (1958).
4pp manuscript draft with corrections; typescript draft with manuscript corrections; proof with manuscript corrections; letter to Scott re publication, 1958.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.80  c1959

Contents:
'The 1959 Nationals'.
An article about the 1959 National Gliding Championship.
23pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections, 1959 or later.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.81  c1959

Contents:
Foreword to A History of the Birds of Hertfordshire, by Bryan L. Sage (London, 1959).
2pp manuscript draft of the foreword with corrections; part of a typescript draft and photocopy of corrected typescript version; correspondence with author, 1959.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.82  1959-1960

Contents:
'Revelation on the Great Barrier Reef'.
An article for the Souvenir Programme for a Matinee held at the Theatre Royal, London, 5 January 1960.
8pp manuscript draft with corrections and insert; typescript draft with manuscript corrections and photocopy of a later typescript draft, 28 September 1959; correspondence re publication, 1959.

Faraway Look, Books 1 and 2, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1960).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.83-E.85  [n.d.]


Related information: For correspondence re publication see NCUACS 87/8/99/A.511-NCUACS 87/8/99/A.513.

Faraway Look, Books 1 and 2, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1960).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.83  1957

Contents:
37pp typescript draft (possibly incomplete) of Book 1, with manuscript corrections and inserts, including a manuscript draft of the foreword; 7pp typescript list of black and white photographs for inclusion in Book 1, with manuscript corrections; 6pp typescript of suggested colour page plan for Book 1; early correspondence re publication, 1957.

Faraway Look, Book 1 and 2, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1960).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.84  n.d

Contents:
Contents of a folder labelled 'Faraway Look Book No. 2... 1st draft and original copy'.
29pp typescript draft (possibly incomplete) of Book 2, with manuscript corrections and inserts, including manuscript draft of the foreword; 32pp incomplete typescript draft of Book 2 with manuscript corrections; 8pp typescript list of black and white photographs for inclusion in Book 2; 8pp typescript with annotations of suggested colour page plan for Book 2.

Faraway Look, Book 1 and 2, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1960).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.85  n.d

Contents:
Corrected proofs for Books 1 and 2.

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.86-E.112  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Scott's autobiography, serialised in The Sunday Times, October 1960.

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.86  n.d

Contents:
Early manuscript biographical and working notes, with a few sketches.
Originally from a ring-binder file.

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.87  n.d

Contents:
Typescript chronology of Scott's life from 1946 to 1955 and miscellaneous manuscript notes, mostly biographical; 11pp and 13pp manuscript and typescript drafts of synopsis of chapters.

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.88  n.d

Contents:
Drafts etc of the foreword.
3pp manuscript draft with corrections; typescript draft with manuscript corrections and insert; 3 further typescripts, one entitled 'Foreword to the Third Impression'; proof of foreword and part of chapter 1, with corrections.

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.89  1961

Contents:
1p typescript and 2pp manuscript notes of corrections to the text; 2 letters concerning corrections to the text

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.90  n.d

Contents:
Printed copies of illustrations used, or considered for use, in the book.

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.91  1960

Contents:
Serialisation in The Sunday Times.
Pages from four editions of the newspaper, 9 October-30 October 1960, containing extracts from The Eye of the Wind.

Correspondence with Hodder & Stoughton, partly re the paperback edition  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.92-E.96  1966

Correspondence with Hodder & Stoughton, partly re the paperback edition  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.92  1956-14 November 1960

Correspondence with Hodder & Stoughton, partly re the paperback edition  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.93  17 November 1960-21 March 1961

Correspondence with Hodder & Stoughton, partly re the paperback edition  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.94  24 March 1961-1965

Correspondence with Hodder & Stoughton, partly re the paperback edition  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.95  1975-1976

Contents:
Re the re-publication of an abridged version of The Eye of the Wind

Correspondence with Hodder & Stoughton, partly re the paperback edition  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.96  1984-1987

Contents:
Re copyright matters

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.97  n.d

Contents:
Typescript lists, with manuscript corrections, of illustrations and captions and related manuscript notes.
Found among the correspondence with Hodder & Stoughton in E.92-E.96.

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.98  [n.d.]

Contents:
Typescript of a verse by Cecil Day Lewis written for The Eye of the Wind.
Found among the correspondence with Hodder & Stoughton in E.92-E.96.

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.99  1957-1963


Related information: See E.299 for further correspondence with John Johnson from these years.

Contents:
Correspondence with John Johnson, author's agent, re publication and promotion

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.100  1957-1961

Contents:
Copy of Agreement with Houghton Mifflin Company for publication of The Eye of the Wind in America, 14 May 1957; correspondence with publishers

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.101  1960-1962

Contents:
Correspondence re publication

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.102  1986-1987

Contents:
Correspondence re a proposed Swedish edition of the book

The Eye of the Wind (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.103  n.d

Contents:
Photograph relating to the promotion of the book.

Unidentified drafts and printed drawings found among The Eye of the Wind material and possibly related to it.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.104-E.112  [n.d.]

Contents:
E.104-E.110 are accounts of gilder flights made by Scott.

Unidentified drafts and printed drawings found among The Eye of the Wind material and possibly related to it.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.104  1959

Contents:
Incomplete 16pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, entitled 'Chapter 00. A Tyro at the Championships'.
Relates to the 1959 National Gliding Championships, possibly intended as a chapter in The Eye of the Wind.

Unidentified drafts and printed drawings found among The Eye of the Wind material and possibly related to it.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.105  1957

Contents:
'The Sea Eagle Tries Her Wings'.
An article describing flights made in 1957.
9pp manuscript draft with manuscript corrections, so entitled, and corrected typescript version.

Unidentified drafts and printed drawings found among The Eye of the Wind material and possibly related to it.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.106  n.d

Contents:
6pp typescript, with manuscript corrections, entitled 'Faith in the West. Glider's Eye View'.

Unidentified drafts and printed drawings found among The Eye of the Wind material and possibly related to it.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.107  n.d

Contents:
12pp untitled typescript draft with manuscript corrections.

Unidentified drafts and printed drawings found among The Eye of the Wind material and possibly related to it.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.108  n.d

Contents:
4pp typescript draft, with typescript corrections, entitled 'A Lecture Engagement'.

Unidentified drafts and printed drawings found among The Eye of the Wind material and possibly related to it.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.109  n.d

Contents:
'Business with Pleasure'.
10pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections, so entitled, and corrected typescript version.

Unidentified drafts and printed drawings found among The Eye of the Wind material and possibly related to it.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.110  n.d

Contents:
'Cuzapoppin'.
4pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections, so entitled, and corrected typescript version.

Unidentified drafts and printed drawings found among The Eye of the Wind material and possibly related to it.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.111  n.d

Contents:
5pp typescript draft, with manuscript and typescript corrections, entitled 'Catching White-Fronted Geese', with fragment of manuscript notes.

Unidentified drafts and printed drawings found among The Eye of the Wind material and possibly related to it.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.112  n.d

Contents:
Printed drawings of various animals and birds, probably by Scott.

Animals in Africa, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1962).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.113-E.117  [n.d.]


Related information: See E.279-E.280 for related correspondence.

Animals in Africa, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1962).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.113  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript and typescript drafts of the foreword (by Scott) with manuscript corrections, annotations and inserts.

Animals in Africa, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1962).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.114, E.115  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Typescript and manuscript drafts of the text (excluding the foreword), with manuscript corrections and annotations.

Animals in Africa, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1962).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.116  n.d

Contents:
Photocopy of a later draft of the text (excluding the foreword): proofs of the text and captions for the colour plates, the latter with corrections, with letter from publishers, 1962.

Animals in Africa, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1962).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.117  1961-1965

Contents:
Correspondence with publishers

Animals in Africa, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1962).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.118  1962

Contents:
Foreword to Portrait of a River; the Wildlife of the Danube from the Black Sea to Budapest, by Guy Mountfort (London, 1962).
4pp manuscript draft of the foreword with corrections and corrected typescript version; correspondence with author, 1962.

Animals in Africa, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1962).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.119  1963

Contents:
Foreword to The Wonders of Wildlife in Europe, by Franz Roedelberger (Constable) 1963 (English version by Mary Phillips and Peter Whitehead).
2pp rough typescript draft of the foreword with manuscript corrections; later typescript draft, June 1963; letter from publishers, 1963.

'Poison in pesticides is a serious threat to Britain's wildlife'. The Sunday Times (2 August 1964).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.120, E.121  [n.d.]

'Poison in pesticides is a serious threat to Britain's wildlife'. The Sunday Times (2 August 1964).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.120  [n.d.]

Contents:
7pp typescript of article with manuscript corrections, insert and related notes; later typescript, 1 July 1964; page from The Sunday Times containing the article.

'Poison in pesticides is a serious threat to Britain's wildlife'. The Sunday Times (2 August 1964).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.121  1964

Contents:
Correspondence re publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.122  1964

Contents:
Foreword to Hawk-moths of Great Britain and Europe, by L. Hugh Newman (London, 1964).
3pp manuscript draft with corrections, October 1964 and later typescript; letter from publishers, 1964

A New Dictionary of Birds, edited by Sir Arthur Landsborough Thomson (London, 1964). Scott was a contributor to this book.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.123-E.125  [n.d.]


Related information: See M.658 for related correspondence.

A New Dictionary of Birds, edited by Sir Arthur Landsborough Thomson (London, 1964). Scott was a contributor to this book.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.123, E124  ca 1958-1960

2 folders.

Contents:
Early typescript and manuscript drafts and sample texts, most with corrections, of various sections of the book

A New Dictionary of Birds, edited by Sir Arthur Landsborough Thomson (London, 1964). Scott was a contributor to this book.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.125  1958-1960

Contents:
Correspondence with Thomson

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.126  1963-1964

Contents:
Foreword to Scott's Last Expedition (John Murray, 1964).
4pp manuscript draft with corrections; correspondence re publication, 1963-1964.
See E.196 for material relating to the 1983 edition of this book.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.127  1965

Contents:
'My Father', Ranger (1965).
For this article Scott adapted the foreword he wrote for Scott's Last Expedition (see E.126).
Correspondence with publishers, 1965; 2pp typescript of the foreword to Scott's Last Expedition, with manuscript revisions.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.128  1965

Contents:
Foreword to The Unintended Zoo, by Grahame Dangerfield (Arthur Barker) 1965.
1p manuscript draft of foreword in the hand of Hugh Boyd, with corrections, and note to Scott by Boyd; two later typescript drafts, one dated June 1965; correspondence with publishers, 1965.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.129  [?1965]

Contents:
'Man Against Nature', 600 Magazine [?1965].
2pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, and photocopy of corrected typescript version; correspondence re publication, 1965.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.130  1965

Contents:
My Favourite Stories of Wild Life, edited by Scott (Lutterworth Press, 1965).
An anthology of writing on wild life to which Scott contributed illustrations.
Typescript bibliographical lists, some with manuscript annotations, of writings on wild life considered by Scott for the book, with related manuscript notes, mostly by Hugh Boyd, and letter probably to Philippa Scott, 1964; manuscript draft by Hugh Boyd with corrections; typescript draft, March 1965, with manuscript corrections by Scott, of the introduction; later typescript version of introduction with copy of letter to publishers; correspondence with publishers, 1964-1965.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.131  1966

Contents:
Foreword to The Living Air: the Memoirs of an Ornithologist, by Jean Delacour (Country Life, 1966).
Letter from Hugh Boyd to Scott with Boyd's 3pp typescript draft of the foreword (with corrections in Scott's hand); later typescript draft, 7 May 1966; correspondence with publishers, 1965-1966, with corrected proof of the foreword.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.132  1968

Contents:
'How do Birds Detect Thermal Up-currents?'
This article was probably published in a scientific magazine or journal and appears to have been Scott's contribution to the debate on thermal detection in birds.
2pp manuscript draft, with corrections and inserts, and manuscript notes etc; photocopy of corrected typescript version, October 1968; correspondence re article, 1968.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.133  1968

Contents:
'The Adventure of Gliding'.
1p typescript draft of an article, inscribed 'Article for Tim [?]Miller's school magazine-desp 18/11/68'.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.134  1968-1969

Contents:
'Our Heritage of Living Things', Woman's Own (1969).
Scott wrote a series of articles, with an introduction, for Woman's Own, apparently published under the above title.
4pp manuscript draft of the introduction entitled 'Our Heritage of Wildlife and Wild Places', with corrections and inserts, and later typescript draft of the same with manuscript corrections; manuscript draft of list of illustrations; brief manuscript notes about the structure of the series; correspondence with publishers etc, including a few enclosed proofs

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.135  1969-1988

Contents:
Foreword to Manka the Sky Gipsy, by D.J. Watkins-Pitchford ('BB') (Methuen & Co.) 1970.
1p typescript draft, November 1969; letters from publishers, 1969; manuscript and typescript drafts, with manuscript corrections, and corrected typescript version of Scott's updated foreword for the 1988 edition of the book (published by Richard Drew); correspondence re publication of the 1988 edition, 1988.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.136  1970


Related information: See E.164 for related material.
See also D.357.

Contents:
The Wild Swans at Slimbridge, co-authored with Philippa Scott (Wildfowl Trust, 1970).
4pp manuscript draft of the introduction entitled 'The Saga of the Wild Swans at Slimbridge' with manuscript corrections and inserts; photocopies of 2 later typescript drafts with copy of a letter to Royle Publications Ltd, 1970; manuscript notes on illustrations and captions; correspondence re publication, 1970.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.137  1969-1970

Contents:
'The Pond'.
Article contributed to a book published in 1971 by the Lord's Taverners to mark the fiftieth birthday of the Duke of Edinburgh.
8pp manuscript draft with corrections; correspondence re the preparation of the book, with 3pp copy of typescript of article

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.138  1971

Contents:
Foreword to an unidentified book by Alison Ross about the ecology of the district around the River Arun in Sussex.
4pp manuscript draft, with corrections, and later typescript draft, August 1971.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.139  1972

Contents:
Foreword to Enciclopedia degli Uccelli d'Europa (Rizzoli Editore, 1972 or later).
2pp manuscript draft, with corrections, and later typescript; correspondence with publishers, 1972.

Fishwatchers Guide to West Atlantic Coral Reefs, by Charles C.G. Chaplin, illustrated, with an introduction by Scott (Livingston, U.S.A., 1972).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.140-E.157  [n.d.]


Related information: See E.307-E.308 for correspondence about similar publications. See C.1289-C.1300 for papers relating to Scott's study and painting of reef fish.

Administrative history:
Scott terminated his agreement with Livingston Publishing Company in October 1974 after the company failed to meet its obligations regarding the payment of royalties. He found another publisher in Harrowood Books (USA) in 1975 but this company also ran into financial difficulties, resulting in the book going out of print for about six months in 1978-1979.

Fishwatchers Guide to West Atlantic Coral Reefs, by Charles C.G. Chaplin, illustrated, with an introduction by Scott (Livingston, U.S.A., 1972).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.140  n.d

Contents:
Typescript and manuscript lists and notes, many with corrections and annotations, concerning species of fish considered for inclusion in the book, with copies of related printed material and a few annotated drawings (artist unknown).
Most of the manuscript notes are not in Scott's hand.

Fishwatchers Guide to West Atlantic Coral Reefs, by Charles C.G. Chaplin, illustrated, with an introduction by Scott (Livingston, U.S.A., 1972).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.141  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript lists by Scott of species of fish with annotated rough drawings.

Fishwatchers Guide to West Atlantic Coral Reefs, by Charles C.G. Chaplin, illustrated, with an introduction by Scott (Livingston, U.S.A., 1972).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.142, E.143  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Prints and photographs, most inscribed with the names of the fish.

Fishwatchers Guide to West Atlantic Coral Reefs, by Charles C.G. Chaplin, illustrated, with an introduction by Scott (Livingston, U.S.A., 1972).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.144, E.145  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Printed illustrations for plates, without captions (E.144 includes a few rough sketches and other prints, with annotations).

Fishwatchers Guide to West Atlantic Coral Reefs, by Charles C.G. Chaplin, illustrated, with an introduction by Scott (Livingston, U.S.A., 1972).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.146  1968

Contents:
Manuscript layouts for plates by Scott; copy of a letter by Scott enclosing photocopies of some of the draft plates, 1968.

Fishwatchers Guide to West Atlantic Coral Reefs, by Charles C.G. Chaplin, illustrated, with an introduction by Scott (Livingston, U.S.A., 1972).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.147  n.d

Contents:
Typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, of the introduction to the book; copy of a later corrected typescript draft of the text of the book (including the introduction); copies of corrected proofs; re-print (Harrowood Books).

Correspondence with Charles C.G. Chaplin.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.148, E.149  [n.d.]

Contents:
Most of this correspondence was found together in files.

Correspondence with Charles C.G. Chaplin.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.148  1965-August 1968

Correspondence with Charles C.G. Chaplin.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.149  October 1968-1973

Correspondence re complication and publication.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.150, E.151  [n.d.]

Correspondence re complication and publication.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.150  1965-10 September 1971

Correspondence re complication and publication.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.151  16 September 1971-1973

Fishwatchers Guide to West Atlantic Coral Reefs  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.152  1971-1974

Contents:
Correspondence with publishers (Livingston), 1971-1974.
Found bundled together; some of it relates to the problems regarding the payments of royalties and the distribution of the book.

Correspondence etc with publishers (Harrowood Books).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.153-E.157  [n.d.]

Correspondence etc with publishers (Harrowood Books).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.153  1972-10 September 1974

Correspondence etc with publishers (Harrowood Books).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.154  19 September-22 November 1974

Correspondence etc with publishers (Harrowood Books).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.155  26 November 1974-January 1975

Correspondence etc with publishers (Harrowood Books).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.156  February 1975-April 1977

Correspondence etc with publishers (Harrowood Books).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.157  May 1977-1987

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.158  1972-1973

Contents:
Foreword to To Ride the Wind, by H. Albert Hochbaum (Harlequin Enterprises, 1973 or later).
4pp manuscript draft, with corrections and inserts, and one page of related notes; later typescript draft; correspondence with Hochbaum and publishers

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.159  n.d

Contents:
'The Cultural Nature of Nature and its Conservation'.
1p manuscript draft, with corrections, and related manuscript notes; corrected typescript version inscribed '?1972 or earlier'.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.160  1974

Contents:
Foreword to Broadway Tower Country Park Guide (MacMillan, 1974).
1p typescript draft, with corrections, 19 March 1974; photocopy of later typescript; letters from publishers, 1974.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.161  1974

Contents:
'Duck Your Responsibility'.
An article about wild fowl conservation.
5pp manuscript draft in an unidentified hand with corrections; typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, inscribed with a partly legible note ending '5 June '74'.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.162  1974

Contents:
Introduction to Scott's Last Voyage: through the Antarctic camera of Herbert Ponting (London, 1974).
3pp manuscript draft with corrections and insert; typescript draft entitled 'Introduction by Sir Peter Scott C.B.E. etc for With Scott to the Pole...A Photographic Record, with manuscript corrections and insert; photocopy of a later typescript draft of the same; letter from publishers, 1974.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.163  1974

Contents:
Foreword to A Guide to the National Parks of Zambia (Anglo-American Corporation, 1974 or later).
4pp manuscript draft, with corrections, and copy of a later typescript draft; letter from publishers, 1974.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.164  1974


Related information: See E.136 for related material.

Contents:
'The Saga of the Wild Swans at Slimbridge'.
This article probably appeared in a magazine published by the Institute of 'Caza Fotografica', Spain.
5pp photocopy of typescript draft with manuscript corrections; photocopy of typescript corrected version and letter re publication, 1974.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.165  1974

Contents:
Possible review of Birds in Islay, by C. Gordon Booth (Argyll Reproductions, 1975).
1p copy of a typescript entitled 'Message for Birds in Islay by C. Gordon Booth', November 1974.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.166  1975

Contents:
Foreword to Donana: Spain's Wildlife Wilderness, by Juan Antonio Fermandez (London, 1975).
1p typescript draft, with corrections, and later typescript version; correspondence re publication, 1975.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.167  1974-1977

Contents:
Foreword to The Amazing World of Animals, contributions by Michael Stoddart et al. (Nelson, 1976).
10pp manuscript draft with corrections, ca May 1975; typescript draft, May 1975, with manuscript corrections and insert; copy of later typescript version; correspondence with publishers.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.168  1975

Contents:
Introduction to Penguin Millionaire: The Story of Birdland, by Len Hill and Emma Wood (David & Charles, 1976).
2pp copy of typescript; letters from publishers

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.169  1975

Contents:
Foreword to Wetlands for Waterfowl, by Jeffery G. Harrison (Strasbourg, 1976).
2pp manuscript draft of the foreword in an unidentified hand, with corrections, and typescript draft, November 1975, with manuscript corrections; copy of later typescript version; 12pp typescript of the text of the book (excluding the foreword) with manuscript corrections.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.170  1974-1975

Contents:
Foreword to Antarctis, by Franz Lazi (1976).
2pp manuscript draft, with corrections, and copy of later typescript version, January 1976; correspondence with author

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.171  1975-1976

Contents:
Preface to Nature in Norfolk: A Heritage in Trust (Jarrold and Sons, 1976), for The Norfolk Naturalists Trust.
2pp manuscript draft, with corrections, January 1976; copy of corrected typescript version; correspondence re publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.172  1976

Contents:
Foreword to Bright Wings of Summer: Watching Butterflies, by David G. Measures (London, 1976).
1p manuscript draft and copy of corrected typescript version, June 1976; letter re publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.173  1976

Contents:
Foreword to Leviathans (paperback edition), by Tim Dinsdale (Futura Publications, 1976).
Typescript suggested draft outline, probably by author, of the foreword with manuscript corrections and annotations; typescript draft of the same, with manuscript corrections, February 1976, and typescript corrected version; letter from publishers, 1976.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.174  1977

Contents:
Foreword to Wildlife, 1978.
Appears to have been written for Scott by a colleague.
2pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, and copy of corrected typescript version, September 1977.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.175  1978

Contents:
Foreword to Back from the Brink: Successes in Wildlife Conservation, by Guy Mountfort (London, 1978).
3pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, and photocopy of corrected typescript version.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.176  1979

Contents:
'We Take Our World for Granted', Fleetwings (published by British Airways, 1979).
4pp typescript draft and later typescript draft, both with manuscript corrections; copy of corrected typescript version; correspondence re publication, 1979.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.177  1978-1979

Contents:
Introduction to The South Pole Ponies, by Theodore K. Mason (Dodd, Mead & Co., 1979 or after).
2pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, and copy of later typescript draft; correspondence with author.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.178  1979-1980

Contents:
Foreword to The Birds of Great Britain (first published, 1873), by John Gould (1980).
1p typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, January 1980, and copy of corrected typescript version; correspondence re publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.179  1980

Contents:
Introduction to the Sunday Times A-Z of Endangered Animals (1979).
5pp draft, with manuscript corrections, and copy of corrected typescript version, May 1980; correspondence with publishers

Saving the Animals: The World Wildlife Fund Book of Conservation, by Bernard Stonehouse (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1981), with illustrations and an introduction by Scott.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.180-E.182  [n.d.]

Saving the Animals: The World Wildlife Fund Book of Conservation, by Bernard Stonehouse (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1981), with illustrations and an introduction by Scott.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.180  1981

Contents:
6pp manuscript draft, with corrections, of the original introduction, which was not used, and photocopy of corrected typescript of the same, 16 February 1981; photocopies of typescript draft and corrected typescript of the version used in the book, March 1981; photocopy of part of a typescript draft of the text of the book.

Saving the Animals: The World Wildlife Fund Book of Conservation, by Bernard Stonehouse (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1981), with illustrations and an introduction by Scott.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.181  nd

Contents:
Prints of artwork by Scott, with annotations, and photocopied typescript list of the titles of the drawings; paste-ups of illustrations for end papers.

Saving the Animals: The World Wildlife Fund Book of Conservation, by Bernard Stonehouse (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1981), with illustrations and an introduction by Scott.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.182  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence re publication, 1981, including a photocopied typescript draft of part of the text of the book; 4pp typescript entitled 'George B. Schaller - Gold Medal Acceptance Speech....World Wildlife Fund June 25, 1980', with manuscript annotations by Scott (found among the correspondence in this folder).

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.183  1979-1981

Contents:
Foreword to The Wildlife of Saudi Arabia and its Neighbours (London, 1981).
Photocopied typescript of foreword, July 1981; correspondence with publishers

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.184  1981

Contents:
Foreword to The Loch Ness Story, by Nicholas Witchell (London, 1982; first published 1974).
Photocopy of typescript draft with manuscript corrections; correspondence re publication, 1981.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.185  1982

Contents:
Review of Sketches of Bird Life, by C.F. Tunnicliffe, R.A. (first published London, 1981).
1p photocopy of typescript draft, June 1982.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.186  1981

Contents:
Foreword to Last Entry: A Poern: Being a Romance of Antarctica and Captain R.F. Scott, R.N., C.V.O., by Snowdon Barnett (Oriel Press, 1982).
Two 1p typescript drafts, with manuscript corrections and annotations, and typescript corrected version, November 1981; correspondence with Snowdon Barnett, November 1981, with post-bound photocopy of the manuscript of the book sent by Barnett to Scott for approval.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.187  1981-1982

Contents:
Foreword to National Parks and Reserves of Western Europe, by Eric Duffey (London, 1982).
2pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections,a nd photocopy of typescript corrected version, 4 January 1982; proofs; correspondence re publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.188  1981-1982

Contents:
'What Yachting Has Meant to Me', Yachting, 75th Anniversary Issue, 1982.
1p manuscript draft, with corrections, and photocopy of corrected typescript version, January 1982; correspondence re publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.189  1982

Contents:
Article for the Observer, probably entitled 'The Great Outdoors'.
This article may not have been completed.
Fragment of a manuscript draft so entitled; correspondence, 1982, re the article and photocopy of a typescript of an article in the same series, probably by the Duke of Edinburgh.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.190  April 1982

Contents:
Contents of a file labelled 'Supplied to Ms Shewell of Action for Dysphasic Adults for use in an anthology of poems and prose extracts'.
5pp photocopy of a typescript containing Scott's chosen quotes etc by various individuals, including Neil Armstrong

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.191  April 1982

Contents:
Foreword to Field Guide to Japanese Birds (published by the Wild Bird Society of Japan).
2pp photocopy of typescript

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.192  1982

Contents:
'Introduction for Discovery Magazine Issue on Conservation'.
4pp typescript so entitled, inscribed 'December 1982'.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.193  1982-1983

Contents:
Foreword to Eric Hosking's Waders, by Eric Hosking with W.G. Hale (London, 1983).
2pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections and inserts, and photocopy of corrected typescript version, April 1982; correspondence re publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.194  1982


Related information: For possibly related material see E.307, E.308.

Contents:
Foreword to Red Sea Reef Fishes, by Dr. John E. Randall (London, 1983).
1p photocopy of typescript, July 1982.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.195  1982

Contents:
Foreword to The Countryside and Wildlife for the Disabled, by Anthony Chapman (for the Royal Association for Disability and Re-habilitation, 1983).
2pp manuscript draft, with corrections, and photocopy of corrected typescript version, November 1982; correspondence re publication, 1982; copy of a similar publication by the Royal Association for Disability and Re-habilitation.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.196  1983


Related information: See E.126 for material relating to the 1964 edition of this book.

Contents:
Foreword to Scott's Last Expedition: The Journals [of Robert Falcon Scott] (London, 1983).
3pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, and photocopy of corrected typescript version, February 1983; correspondence re publication, 1982-1983; photocopied pages from The Eye of the Wind (see E.86.E.112) which relate to the Antarctic.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.197  1983

Contents:
Review of A Celebration of Birds, by Robert McCracken Peck (London, 1983).
3pp manuscript draft, with corrections, and photocopy of corrected typescript version.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.198  1981-1983

Contents:
The Swans Fly In, co-authored with Philippa Scott (London, 1983).
This publication appears to have been a revised version of a booklet Wild Swans at the Wildfowl Trust.
2pp incomplete manuscript draft with corrections; correspondence re publication

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist, volumes I-III (London, 1983-1987).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.199-E.224  [n.d.]


Related information: See E.278 for correspondence relating to Volume III.

Contents:
All three volumes were edited by Miranda Weston-Smith, with photographs by Philippa Scott. They contain extracts with original illustrations from Scott's extensive collection of diaries kept during his expeditions in many parts of the world.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist, volumes I-III (London, 1983-1987).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.199, E.200  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Typescript draft with corrections, with photocopies of a manuscript draft interleaved, of Volume I.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist, volumes I-III (London, 1983-1987).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.201, E.202  n.d

2 folders.

Contents:
Proofs of Volume I.

Correspondence re publication etc of Volume I.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.203-E.205  [n.d.]

Correspondence re publication etc of Volume I.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.203  1979-22 April 1982

Correspondence re publication etc of Volume I.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.204  28 April 1982-11 May 1983

Correspondence re publication etc of Volume I.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.205  13 May 1983-1985

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.206  1983-1985

Contents:
Photocopies of reviews of Volume I from various magazines, journals etc

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.207  1983-1984

Contents:
Correspondence, newspaper cuttings etc, mostly relating to the promotion of Volume I

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.208  1984

Contents:
4pp manuscript notes for the introduction to Volume II and typescript of the same, 6 July 1984; 2pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections and insert, of the Acknowledgements for Volume II and corrected typescript of the same; manuscript and typescript drafts, with manuscript corrections, including some photocopies, of parts of Volume II.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.209-E.212  n.d

4 folders.

Contents:
Proofs of Volume II.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.213, E.214  1984-1985

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re publication and promotion of Volume II

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.215  n.d

Contents:
Photocopies of drawings by Scott and proofs of illustrations; typescript and manuscript notes relating to illustrations.
Found with the correspondence in E.213, E.214 above.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.216  n.d

Contents:
Photocopies of reviews etc of Volume II from various newspapers and magazines.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.217-E.221  n.d

5 folders.

Contents:
Photocopied typescript of Volume III, including photocopies of material for illustrations.
Included at E.217 are a letter and other papers relating to illustrations.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.222  1985-May 1986

1 folder

Contents:
Correspondence re publication of Volume III, with a few related papers, including reviews.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.223  June 1986-1988

1 folder

Contents:
Correspondence re publication of Volume III, with a few related papers, including reviews.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.224  1982-1991

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to the planning of the contents of Volumes I, II and III, 1983-1985; agreements with publishers for Volumes I, II and III and related correspondence, 1982-1991; royalty statements, 1982-1991.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.225  1984

Contents:
'Conservation Now', [?Profile] (1984).
An article examining the role of conservation in human survival.
4pp photocopied typescript draft with manuscript corrections, so entitled, inscribed 'Jan 1984'; 1p article taken from off-print of the magazine, illustrated with two prints of Scott's paintings; page, possibly from the same off-print, showing a print of a painting by Scott.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.226  1983-1985

Contents:
Foreword to The Voyages of Discovery, by Captain James Cook (Gloucester, 1984 edition).
Photocopied typescript draft, with corrections; correspondence re publication

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.227  1985

Contents:
Foreword to Tunnicliffe's Birds: Measured Drawings, by C.F. Tunnicliffe (London, 1984).
2pp typescript of foreword; correspondence re publication

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.228  1985

Contents:
Foreword to White Plumes Astern, by C. Anthony Law (?Canada, 1985).
Photocopy of typescript of foreword; correspondence with author

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.229  1986

Contents:
Foreword to Ship in the Wilderness: Voyages of the MS 'Lindblad Explorer' Through the Last Wild Places on Earth, by Jim Snyder and Keith Shackleton (London, 1986).
Correspondence re publication with synopsis of the book and part of the early text, 1985; photocopy of manuscript draft, with corrections, of the foreword, 24 March 1986.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.230  1986

Contents:
Introduction to Protect Our Planet, the World Wildlife Fund 25th Anniversary book (London, 1986).
Two typescript drafts, one incomplete, with manuscript corrections; 2pp photocopy of corrected typescript, 9 April 1996, and photocopy of proposed layout of the text; correspondence re publication, 1986.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.231  1985-1986

Contents:
Foreword to The Wildfowl Paintings of Henry Jones, by Peter J.S. Olney (London, 1986 or later).
2pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections; corrected typescript version inscribed 'sent 6.6.86', and photocopy of part of the proof; correspondence re publication, 1985-1986, with typescripts of part of the text of the book.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.232  1986

Contents:
Preface to Giants, by Vincent Serventy (1986).
2pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, and photocopy of corrected typescript version; letters from author, 1986.

Travel Diaries of a Naturalist  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.233  1986

Contents:
Foreword to Ducks of Sub-Saharan Africa, by Gordon Maclean and Gail Darroll (Acorn Books, 1986).
1p typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, and photocopy of corrected typescript version; correspondence and other material re publication, 1986.

'The Antarctic Challenge', National Geographic 71, no.4 (April 1987).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.234, E.235  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
An article by Scott used as an introduction to 'In the Footsteps of Scott' by Robert Swan in the same issue of National Geographic.

'The Antarctic Challenge', National Geographic 71, no.4 (April 1987).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.234  n.d

Contents:
6pp early manuscript draft, with corrections and related notes, and later 12pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections; pages from off-print of the above issue of National Geographic, containing both articles and a typescript of an unused version of Scott's article.

'The Antarctic Challenge', National Geographic 71, no.4 (April 1987).  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.235  1986-1987

Contents:
Correspondence and other material re publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.236  1986-1987

Contents:
Foreword to Birds of Singapore, by Christopher Hails (Times Editions, 1987).
1p typescript draft with manuscript corrections; corrected typescript version, 2 July 1986, and copy of the proof; correspondence and other material re publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.237  1987-1988

Contents:
Foreword to Naturalized Birds of the World, by Sir Christopher Lever (Harlow, 1987).
Incomplete 1p typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, and 2pp photocopy of corrected typescript version; correspondence with author and related material

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.238  1986-1988

Contents:
Foreword to Biographies for Birdwatchers, by Barbara and Richard Mearns (Academic, 1988).
1p typescript draft of the foreword with manuscript corrections; correspondence and other material re publication

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.239  1988

Contents:
Untitled short article about coral reefs for an unidentified newspaper in the USA.
1p typescript and copy of a letter by Scott

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.240  October 1988

Contents:
Foreword by Scott for a centenary publication of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (1988).
1p typescript headed 'For RSPB'

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.241  1988

Contents:
'You, too, can stop killing animals for fun', contibuted to the 'Opinion' series, Australian Geographic (1988).
4pp photocopy of corrected proof of the article so entitled; correspondence re publication, 1988, with copy of edited version of the article.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.242  1987-1988

Contents:
Foreword to The Bird Questers, by Sir James Steel (1988 or 1989). The book may have been published under the title of Bird Quest: A Personal Odyssey.
1p typescript of foreword, 1988; correspondence with author

A Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World, revised edition (Royle Publications) 1988. English and French editions.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.243-E.249  [n.d.]


Related information: See E.73-E.75 for material relating to a 1957 edition of this book.

A Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World, revised edition (Royle Publications) 1988. English and French editions.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.243  1987

Contents:
10pp typescript of the text of the English edition, inscribed 'Final version', with copy of a letter by Scott, 1987; photocopies of part of the layout, some with annotations, with proof of the cover.

A Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World, revised edition (Royle Publications) 1988. English and French editions.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.244, E.245  1986-1988

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence re publication of the English edition

A Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World, revised edition (Royle Publications) 1988. English and French editions.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.246  n.d

Contents:
Photocopies of manuscript draft of the text of the French edition and photocopies of the layout, with corrections.

A Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World, revised edition (Royle Publications) 1988. English and French editions.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.247  1986-1988

Contents:
Photocopies of another version of the layout of the French edition; correspondence re publication of the French edition

A Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World, revised edition (Royle Publications) 1988. English and French editions.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.248  1987

Contents:
Copy of publisher's agreement with manuscript alterations and notes, May 1987.

A Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World, revised edition (Royle Publications) 1988. English and French editions.  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.249  n.d

Contents:
Photocopies of miscellaneous material relating to publications by Royle Publications Ltd, and a photocopy of a letter, 1961, concerning an earlier edition of A Coloured Key to Wildfowl of the World.
These papers were found among the material in E.243-E.248.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.250  1988

Contents:
'Watching the World of Birds...On land', STA News, the newspaper of the Sail Training Association (Summer 1988).
3pp typescript draft of article, with manuscript corrections, and corrected typescript version, May 1988; correspondence, 1988, mostly re publication; off-print of the publication referred to above.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.251  1988

Contents:
An article by Scott contributed to a series entitled 'Favourite Stretch of Water', In Britain (1988 or later).
2pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, and corrected typescript version; letters from publishers, 1988.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.252  1988-1989

Contents:
A contribution by Scott to a book probably entitled A Celebration of Childhood, compiled by Mrs Geoffrey Yeowart (1989).
The contribution was an extract from The Eye of the Wind (see E.86-E.112). The book was compiled to raise money for the Wishing Well Appeal for The Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.
1p typescript of extract from Eye of the Wind; correspondence re publication, 1988-1989.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.253  1989

Contents:
Foreword to Oundle and the English Public School, by Raymond Flower (London, 1989).
Typescript draft, January 1989; photocopy of printed version with manuscript corrections; correspondence re publication, 1989.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.254  1989

Contents:
Introduction to The Natural History of the Burnley Area, revised version (Lancashire County Library, 1989; first published 1968).
1p typescript revision of introduction used in the 1968 edition; correspondence re publication, 1989.

Drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.254A  1989

Contents:
1p proof of foreword for a book, probably Bird Habitats of Great Britain and Ireland: a new approach to birdwatching, by Paul Morrison (London, 1989).

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.255-E.274  [n.d.]

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.255  n.d

Contents:
10pp manuscript draft, with corrections, entitled 'Mallards & Greylag Geese'.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.256  n.d

Contents:
7pp manuscript draft, with corrections and annotations, entitled 'Application of Sculpture to Greek Temples'.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.257  n.d

Contents:
6pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, entitled 'They Tell Their Own Story'.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.258  n.d

Contents:
7pp manuscript draft, with corrections, entitled 'Waterfowl in St James' Park', with sketch of bird.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.259  n.d

Contents:
8pp manuscript draft, with corrections, entitled 'Moufflon', apparently relating to an expedition to Sardinia.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.260  n.d

Contents:
4pp manuscript draft, with corrections, entitled 'Some observations on the life cycle of Daphnis nerii...The Oleander Hawk Moth'.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.261  n.d

Contents:
16pp typescript entitled 'Birdwatching'.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.262  n.d

Contents:
8pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, entitled 'The Scarab', and later typescript of the same.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.263  n.d

Contents:
15pp manuscript draft, with corrections, entitled 'September in the Country'.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.264  n.d

Contents:
5pp photocopy of a typescript draft, with corrections, entitled 'I have sold my guns'.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.265  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript drafts of short pieces on various species of wildfowl, ca 1930-1940.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.266  n.d

Contents:
10pp photocopy of a typescript entitled 'Public Access to Wetlands: Control and Education', by Scott and G.V.T. Matthews.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.267  n.d

Contents:
2pp manuscript draft with corrections entitled 'Minizoos', with corrected typescript version.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.268  n.d

Contents:
8pp untitled manuscript draft, with corrections, describing a visit to 'an island on the east coast' [? of England]; 2pp manuscript draft concerning World War II found with the draft already described in this folder and written on similar paper; 1p manuscript notes probably related to the two drafts already described in this folder.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.269  n.d

Contents:
22pp typescript, with manuscript corrections in an unidentified hand, entitled 'XX [?chapter XX].......Broken Traditions', probably part of a book or proposed book. The subject is the decline of certain species of waterfowl in the USA and Canada.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.270  n.d

Contents:
12pp manuscript draft, with corrections and revisions, of a poem by Scott entitled 'Who's God ?.....A Line of Questioning'; photocopy of revised typescript version entitled 'Who's God ?.....Some Lines of Questioning'.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.271  n.d

Contents:
7pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, entitled 'Swan Lake at Slimbridge'.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.272  n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous material, including printed reproductions of bird drawings, possibly intended for publication.

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.273  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript draft, probably in Scott's hand, divided into chapters, describing birdwatching excursions, [?before 1935].

Undated drafts  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.274  n.d

Contents:
1p photocopied typescript entitled 'Does the conservation of wildlife matter?'

CORRESPONDENCE AND AGREEMENTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.275-E.341  1934-1991, n.d

Contents:
E.275-E.335 Editorial correspondence
E.336-E.341 Publishers' agreements

Editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.275-E.335  1934-1991, n.d

Arrangement: Arranged alphabetically by publisher, journal title or individual.


Contents:
Covers general publications matters, including royalties, re-prints etc, requests for articles and other contributions, and also the management of Scott's literary work.
Shorter correspondence is at E.312-E.335.

Animals  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.275-E.277  1964-1966


Related information: For further correspondence relating to Animals see E.300, E.301.

Administrative history:
Animals was owned by the British Printing Corporation until re-launched as a private venture by its editor, Nigel Sitwell, in November 1966. Scott had an advisory editorial role with the magazine which maintained close links with the World Wildlife Fund. Most of the correspondence is between Scott and Sitwell and relates to articles etc contributed by Scott to Animals, general editorial matters and the aforementioned change of ownership of the magazine.

Animals  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.275  February-9 December 1964

Animals  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.276  11 December 1964-April 1966

Animals  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.277  May-December 1966

Anthony Shiel Associates Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.278  1985-1991

Administrative history:
Literary agents: acted for Scott, 1985-1988.

Contents:
Correspondence re publishing contracts, royalties etc, including royalty statements, with particular reference to Travel Diaries of a Naturalist III (see E.199-E.225).

Cassell and Co. Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.279, E.280  1961-1975, n.d (see E.299).

Contents:
Re publication or re-publication of books by Scott, including Animals of Africa (see E.113-E.118).
Included is related correspondence with John Johnson, literary agent

Cassell and Co. Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.279  1961-26 November 1962

Cassell and Co. Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.280  December 1962-1975, n.d

British Birds  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.281, E.282  1957-1961

Contents:
Correspondence mostly with the Executive Editor, James Ferguson-Lees, concerning various ornithological subjects covered by the magazine and including opinions given by Scott on particular cases of bird sightings etc.
Included are a few related letters to Scott from other correspondents, with carbon copies of his replies.

British Birds  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.281  1957-7 May 1958

British Birds  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.282  12 May 1958-1961

Collins Publishers  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.283-E.287  1951-1989

Contents:
Mostly re publication of books by Scott; included are requests for forewords, reviews and photographic illustrations in connection with other books.

Collins Publishers  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.283  1951-20 May 1955

Collins Publishers  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.284  26 May 1955-February 1964

Collins Publishers  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.285  March 1964-1976

Collins Publishers  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.286  1977-April 1986

Collins Publishers  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.287  May 1986-1989

Country Life Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.288-E.296  1945-1970

Contents:
Mostly re publication of books by Scott, in particular Waterfowl of the World (see E.56-E.70 for related material); requests for articles for Country Life and other matters connected with Scott's books.
Included are a few related letters from other correspondents.

Country Life Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.288  1945-1 September 1949

Country Life Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.289  23 September 1949-7 April 1952

Country Life Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.290  23 April 1952-15 October 1954

Country Life Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.291  16 October 1954-19 April 1956

Country Life Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.292  25 April-December 1956

Country Life Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.293  February 1957-January 1958

Country Life Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.294  February 1958-November 1959

Country Life Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.295  December 1959-November 1962

Country Life Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.296  December 1962-1970

Hodder and Stoughton Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.297, E.298  1962-1984


Related information: See E.92-E.96 for further correspondence with Hodder and Stoughton relating to the book.

Contents:
Mostly re the publication of the paperback version of The Eye of the Wind, 1966.

Hodder and Stoughton Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.297  1962-15 March 1966

Hodder and Stoughton Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.298  24 March 1966-1984

John Johnson (author's agent)  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.299  1957-1965


Related information: See E.99 for correspondence with John Johnson in connection with The Eye of the Wind and E.279-E.280 other correspondence.

Contents:
Correspondence concerning Scott's literary affairs as managed by John Johnson.

Knowledge  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.300  1962-1963


Related information: See E.275-E.277 and E.301 for additional correspondence relating to Animals and E.301 for correspondence with Knowledge Publications.

Contents:
Published by Purnell and Sons Ltd, also publishers of Animals.
Mostly re editorial and publicity matters connected with Animals.

Knowledge Publications  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.301  1964-1965


Related information: See E.275-E.277 and E.300 for further correspondence relating to Animals and E.300 for correspondence with Knowledge.

Administrative history:
A division of Purnell and Sons Ltd, publishers of Animals and Knowledge.

Contents:
Mostly re matters connected with Animals.

Macmillan & Co. Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.302  1958-1959

Contents:
Correspondence re a project to produce plats of Australian flora and fauna from drawings by various artists, with a few pages of manuscript notes by Scott. The plates were for the Australian market.

Michael Joseph Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.303  1946, 1974-1988

Contents:
Re requests for forewords, endorsements etc for various publications and other matters connected with books by Scott.

Mitchell Beazley Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.304  1973-1975

Contents:
Re the publication of The World Atlas of Birds (1974).

Opera Mundi (Great Britain) Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.305  1966-1967

Contents:
Re the publication of Happy the Man (Sphere Books, 1967).

Rainbird Publishing Group Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.306  1964-1985

Contents:
Mostly re requests for forewords, endorsements etc for various books.

John E. Randall  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.307, E.308  1976-1988, n.d


Related information: See E.140-E.157 for material relating to Fishwatcher's Guide to West Atlantic Coral Reefs. For papers relating to Scott's study and painting of reef fish see C.1289-C.1300.

Administrative history:
Randall was an expert on fish at the Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii and compiler of several books about fish in various parts of the world.

Contents:
Correspondence with Randall and other individuals re various publications or proposed publications on fish. Scott appears to have contributed illustrations to some of the publications.

John E. Randall  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.307  1976-1986

John E. Randall  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.308  1987-1988, n.d

The Reader's Digest  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.309  1959-1974


Related information: See E.340 for correspondence re agreements.

Contents:
Re requests for articles and Scott's comments on proposed publications.

Weidenfeld & Nicolson  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.310  1973-1980

Contents:
Mostly re The World Wildlife Fund Book of the Animal Kingdom (?1981) to which Scott contributed.

White Lion Publishers Ltd  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.311  1973-1974


Related information: See B.61-B.152 for papers re the 1945 edition.

Contents:
Re the re-printing of Battle of the Narrow Seas, by Peter Scott, first published by Country Life (1945).

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.312-E.335  1934-1990, n.d

Arrangement: Arranged chronologically.


Contents:
Miscellaneous editorial correspondence: requests for articles, interviews, permission to use drawings and endorsements for various publications.

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.312  1934-1951

Contents:
1949-1951, with 1 letter 1934.

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.313  1952

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.314  1952-1957

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.315  1958-1959

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.316  1959-1960

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.317  1961-1963

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.318  1963

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.319  1964

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.320  1964-1965

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.321  1965-1966

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.322  1966

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.323  1967-1969

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.324  1970

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.325  1971-1972

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.326  1972-1974

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.327  1974-1975

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.328  1976-1977

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.329  1977-1978

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.330  1979-1980

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.331  1981

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.332  1982-1983

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.333  1984-1986

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.334  1986-1988

Shorter editorial correspondence  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.335  1988-1990, n.d

Publishers' agreements etc  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.336-E.341  1935-1987

Arrangement: Arranged alphabetically by publisher or other organisation.


Contents:
This material was found grouped together under a general title 'Agreements'. It mostly consists of correspondence with publishers and solicitors relating to agreements made by Scott with publishers and, usually, includes the agreements themselves. Also covers more general matters regarding publications.

Publishers' agreements etc  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.336  1935-1983

Contents:
Country Life Ltd.
Agreements, 1935-1956; correspondence, 1952-1983.
Various publications, including Waterfowl of the World (see E.56-E.70), and The Battle of the Narrow Seas (see B.61-B.152).

Publishers' agreements etc  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.337  1968

Contents:
Hillcrest Productions Ltd.
Draft agreement, 30 January 1968, re the rights to The Battle of the Narrow Seas; correspondence, mostly with solicitors, 1968.

Publishers' agreements etc  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.338  1980-1987

Contents:
Phaidon Press Ltd.
Correspondence etc re the re-printing of Observations of Wildlife: The Art of Peter Scott (first published by Phaidon, 1980)

Publishers' agreements etc  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.339  1982-1987

Contents:
Public Lending Right.
Application forms from the Public Lending Right, related correspondence and other documents

Publishers' agreements etc  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.340  1975 - 1981


Related information: See E.309 for further correspondence with The Reader's Digest.

Contents:
The Reader's Digest.
Correspondence re agreements, royalties and proposed publications, 1975-1981; proofs of a series of articles entitled 'Ecology of the Living World'.

Publishers' agreements etc  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.341  1963-1982


Related information: See E.73-E.75 for further material relating to the 1957 edition of this book.

Contents:
W.R. Royle (later Royle Publications Ltd).
Copy of proposed agreement for the re-printing of The Coloured Key to the Wild Fowl of the World (Wildfowl Trust, 1957), and agreements with other publishers for the same; correspondence re various re-prints of this book, 1963-1982.

RE-PRINTS AND OFF-PRINTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.342-E.349  1938-1973, n.d

Arrangement: Arranged chronologically.


Contents:
Re-prints and off-prints of published articles, papers and lectures by Scott and other printed material (periodicals, booklets etc) containing contributions by him.

RE-PRINTS AND OFF-PRINTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.342  1938

RE-PRINTS AND OFF-PRINTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.343  1942, 1945

RE-PRINTS AND OFF-PRINTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.344  1945-1957

RE-PRINTS AND OFF-PRINTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.345  1958-1970

RE-PRINTS AND OFF-PRINTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.346  1970-1975

RE-PRINTS AND OFF-PRINTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.347  1982-1989

RE-PRINTS AND OFF-PRINTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/E.348, E.349  n.d

2 folders.

SECTION F RADIO AND TELEVISION  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.1-F.251  [n.d.]


Related information: For papers relating to radio and television interviews given by Scott see Section A. See section L for papers relating to Scott's part in television programmes about gliding.

Administrative history:
Scott began working as a radio broadcaster for the BBC in the 1930s, giving talks on natural history and sporting subjects and later commentating on events such as the marriage of the future Queen Elizabeth II in 1947. For twenty years from its first broadcast in 1946 he was a regular member of the panel of Nature Parliament, a monthly feature on Children's Hour. In the late 1940s he also began contributing to The Naturalist and Birds in Britain, both produced by Desmond Hawkins in the Bristol studios which became the home of the BBC's Natural History Unit.
In 1955 Scott's television career began with the launch of the BBC's Look series, which became Faraway Look in 1957, and he appeared on it regularly until 1970. In 1971 he became a director of Survival Anglia, which was controlled by his friend Lord Buxton, and began presenting commentaries for Anglia Television's series Survival.

Contents:
The papers in this section, chiefly consisting of correspondence and scripts, outlines etc of programmes, reflect all aspects of Scott's work for the BBC and Anglia Television Ltd over some fifty years of involvement in broadcasting. There is also a small body of material relating to broadcasting work which he performed for other organisations.
F.1-F.198 BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION (BBC)
F.199-F.240 ANGLIA TELEVISION LTD
F.241-F.251 OTHER BROADCASTING WORK

BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION (BBC)  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.1-F.198  1939-1989, n.d

Contents:
F.1-F.86 Programme scripts, synopses and outlines
F.87-F.179 Correspondence and papers
F.180-F.198 Contracts, payments and agreements

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.1-F.86  1939-1989, n.d

Archival history:
This material was found in files originally kept separate from the correspondence in F.87-F.179.

Arrangement: Arranged chronologically.



Related information: Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers are in F.72-F.86.

Contents:
Drafts, 'as broadcast' versions, transcripts etc of radio and television scripts; synopses and outlines of programmes; and correspondence. Scripts and similar material are typewritten, unless otherwise stated. Where known, the names of individuals who co-presented programmes with Scott are given.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.1  1939

Contents:
Wild Britain; '(5) Badgers and the Animals of the Wiltshire Woods', National Programme, 5 August 1939.
8pp carbon copy of script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.2  1939

Contents:
September in the Country, Home Service, 24 September 1939.
8pp carbon copy of script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.3  1946

Contents:
Nature Parliament, with L. Hugh Newman and Brian Vezey Fitzgerald, 15 November 1946.
9pp transcript.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.4  1947

Contents:
Nature Parliament, with L. Hugh Newman and Brian Vesey Fitzgerald, 11 February 1947.
2pp draft of part of script with manuscript corrections.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.5  1947

Contents:
Commentary for radio broadcast of the wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten at Westminster Abbey, 20 November 1947.
7 manuscript pages comprising 3 drafts of commentary script, 2 incomplete; 1p typescript of commentary script with manuscript corrections; background notes for commentators; draft lay-out for the broadcast and later version, 11 November 1947.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.6  1953

Contents:
Television broadcasts from the Coronation Naval Review, Spithead, 15 June 1953, and from HMS Victory in Portsmouth Dockyard, 17 June 1953.
Scott commentated on the Coronation Naval Review from on board HMS Reclaim. On 14 June, also on board Reclaim, he broadcast a preview of the Naval Review.
Correspondence re arrangements for both broadcasts (15 and 17 June); 2pp running order for Coronation Naval Review and information sheets etc from the Admiralty; 6pp draft script entitled 'H.M.S. "Victory"'; programme with annotations.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.7  1953

Contents:
Portraits of Ships No. 3: 'S.G.B. Grey Goose', BBC Home Service, 27 September 1953.
1p incomplete draft script; later 14pp draft of script with manuscript corrections; 2 further drafts (5pp and 1p) probably related to this broadcast.
For papers covering Scott's service on HMSGB Grey Goose see B.24-B.30.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.8  1953

Contents:
Our Natural Heritage, radio broadcast, with Arthur Duncan, Dr Harry Godwin, FRS and Bruce Campbell, 17 December 1953.
19pp draft script with manuscript corrections.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.9  1954

Contents:
Birds in Britain No. 16, with James Fisher, Arnold Benington and Ludwig Koch, 10 January 1954.
27pp draft script with manuscript corrections.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.10  1954

Contents:
Let's go to the Zoo, a television programme broadcast from Clifton Zoo, Bristol, 16 April 1954.
2pp draft camera script with manuscript corrections.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.11  1954

Contents:
Hatching Time, a television broadcast from the Severn Wildfowl Trust, 5 May 1954.
1p programme synopsis; 3pp draft camera script with manuscript annotations.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.12  1954

Contents:
Birds in Britain No. 21, with James Fisher, Ludwig Koch and Roger Peterson, 13 June 1954.
Letter enclosing incomplete 25pp script, 26 April 1954, headed 'Not checked with As Broadcast copy'.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.13  1954

Contents:
Nature Parliament, 28 September 1954.
8pp transcript.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.14  1954

Contents:
Nelson's Navy, a television broadcast, 22 October 1954.
5pp draft of script with manuscript corrections.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.15  1954

Contents:
Birds in Britain No. 25, Home Service, with James Fisher, Philip Brown and Lady Tweedsmuir, 28 November 1954.
20pp draft script with manuscript corrections.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.16  1955

Contents:
The Naturalist No.11: 'Geese', headed 'for Transcription Service', with Maxwell Knight and James Fisher, recorded 25 March 1955.
Carbon copy of draft script, with manuscript corrections in an unidentified hand, and a note from Knight; later draft of the same with manuscript corrections.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.17  1955

Contents:
Looking Glass, for Children's Hour, Midland Home Service, 17 June 1955.
Looking Glass was a series in which famous men and women talked about their lives. Scott's broadcast was the second in the series.
Early 9pp draft script, partly manuscript, with manuscript corrections; 8pp draft script, with manuscript corrections, and letter from the BBC, 1955; manuscript and typescript drafts of a letter or address beginning 'Dear Boys', incorporating some of the text from the broadcast.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.18  1955

Contents:
Look No.2: 'Atlantic Seals', with Humphrey Hewer and R.M. Lockley, 12 July 1955.
1p programme synopsis; 3pp typescript draft running order with manuscript additions, 8 July 1955.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.19  1955

Contents:
Birds in Britain No. 31: 'Birds Under Water', Home Service, with James Fisher, Bruce Campbell and Leo Harrison Mathews, 31 July 1955.
20pp draft script (including one manuscript page) with manuscript corrections; 6pp typescript about birds under water inscribed 'Misc. Broadcast', with related manuscript notes, and letter to Fisher, 1955.
Contents of a file.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.20  1955

Contents:
Look No. 3: 'Land of the Flamingo', with Walter Higham, 9 August 1955.
1p programme synopsis; 2pp running order, 28 July 1955.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.21  1955

Contents:
Coastal Magazine: 'Small Boat Sailing', West of England Home Service, 14 September 1955.
10pp draft script with manuscript corrections.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.22  1955-1959

Contents:
Children's Hour Christmas Appeals by Scott, 1955-1959, n.d.
Manuscript and typescript drafts of Christmas Appeals for the years 1955, 1957, 1958 and 1959, one undated, with correspondence etc re the 1957 and 1959 Appeals.
Contents of a file.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.23  ? 1955 or 1956

Contents:
'The Wildfowl Trust: Commentary for Eurovision', [?1955 or 1956].
2pp manuscript draft of script and shot list; later 1p script, inscribed 'TV / B.B.C'.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.24  1958

Contents:
Look: 'On the Edge of Dartmoor', 5 February 1958.
1p broadcasting itinerary; 5pp draft running order including part of the script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.25  n.d

Contents:
'Emperor Penguins'.
10pp typescript, so entitled, of shot sequence and commentary script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.26  1959

Contents:
Faith in the South Cotswolds: 'Glider's Eye View', West of England Home Service, 7 June 1959.
Scott contributed commentary from a glider to this programme in the Faith in the... series, introduced by Martin Willson.
4pp manuscript draft script so entitled; correspondence re recording, 1959, with two scripts of earlier programmes in the series.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.27  1959

Contents:
English Portrait: 'Peter Scott', a radio programme broadcast by the BBC German Service, 23 September 1959.
A programme about Scott in the German Service's series on prominent personalities.
Correspondence re recording, 1959; 6pp script; incomplete transcription in German of a BBC interview with Dr Conrad [Konrad] Lorenz which provided background material for the programme.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.28  c1959

Contents:
Birds in Britain: 'Wild Chorus', broadcast from the Wildfowl Trust, Slimbridge; introduced by James Fisher, West of England Home Service, 1959 or 1960.
Letter from the BBC, November 1959, enclosing 6pp programme synopsis.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.29  c1959

Contents:
'The Return of Look, by Peter Scott', 1959 or 1960.
4pp manuscript draft script, with insert, so entitled; 3pp typescript draft of the same with manuscript corrections.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.30  1961

Contents:
Look: 'Return to the Forest', 1961.
Letter from BBC, 1961; 2pp draft synopsis with manuscript annotations; 1p typescript of suggested titles for the programme with manuscript notes re preparations for filming; 3pp shooting script with manuscript annotations.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.31  1961

Contents:
Current Affairs No. 4: 'Saving the World's Wild Life', a broadcast to schools, Home Service, 10 October 1961.
2 manuscript drafts of Scott's script (8pp and 10pp) inscribed 'First draft' and 'Second draft' respectively; 2 typescript drafts of the same; draft programme script, 9 October 1961, with manuscript corrections; letter re broadcast, 1961, enclosing reports.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.32  c1961

Contents:
World Wildlife Programme, Overseas Service, with Maxwell Knight, ca 1961.
Two 7pp manuscript drafts of script, so entitled, and photocopied typescript of the same.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.33  c 1961

Contents:
'Recordings for Roundabout', a series of radio programmes about conservation issues, ca 1961.
11pp manuscript draft of programme summaries and 5pp typescript of the same, so entitled; 1p programme plan.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.34  1962

Contents:
'The Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge, 1.1.62'.
11pp draft of filmstrip so entitled, with manuscript corrections.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.35  1962

Contents:
The Naturalist: 'In the Clouds', with Kenneth Williamson, Sir Alister Hardy, W.G. Harper and Paul Feeny, West of England Home Service, 17 June 1962.
2 letters re arrangements, 1962; 16pp draft script with manuscript corrections and inserts.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.36  1962

Contents:
Look: 'Swallows', filmed 29, 30 May 1962.
5pp draft shooting script, with manuscript corrections, and filming timetable etc.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.37  1962

Contents:
Turtle Beach, BBC re-broadcast of a programme originally broadcast by Radio Malaya, recorded (for BBC) 1 December 1962.
Letter re arrangements, 1962; 8pp script for the 'studio' part of the programme; 1p manuscript notes.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.38  1962

Contents:
Look: 'The Lake', filmed December 1962.
20pp typescript commentary and shot list.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.39  1963

Contents:
Nature Parliament, with L. Hugh Newman and Eric Ennion, 2 April 1963.
7pp transcript.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.40  1963

Contents:
Programmes for 'National Nature Week', 18-25 May 1963.
'National Nature Week' was sponsored by the Council for Nature to draw the public's attention to Britain's wildlife and the need for its conservation. The BBC participated with special editions of Look and the radio series Roundabout. The Look programme was introduced by the Duke of Edinburgh as Patron of the Council for Nature.
The material was originally found in the same file.
Draft skeletons of proposed Look, [?23] May 1963, some with manuscript corrections, and 2pp typescript of the Duke of Edinburgh's comments on final draft proposals; 6pp of miscellaneous manuscript notes re proposals; 2pp typescript entitled 'Suggested subjects and running order for film sequences...'; 4pp typescript entitled 'Look; Introduction', with manuscript corrections, and two related short typescripts, all on Buckingham Palace official notepaper; correspondence re arrangements and preparation, 1963; timetable for recording; 4pp manuscript notes for Roundabout, one containing part of a draft.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.41  n.d

Contents:
'West Region's Radio Times Notes. Week 21. Article by Peter Scott for National Nature Week'.
4pp carbon copy of typescript so entitled.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.42  1963

Contents:
'Gliding', insert for the television programme Living Today.
Letter re arrangements, 1963; 2pp running order; 2pp shot list.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.43  1963

Contents:
Nature Parliament, 3 September 1963.
10pp transcript.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.44  1963

Contents:
Nature Parliament, 1 October 1963.
9pp incomplete transcript.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.45  1963

Contents:
Look: 'Grebes', filmed 13 March 1963.
3pp incomplete manuscript drafts of Scott's section of the script; 3pp draft shooting script with manuscript corrections.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.46  1963

Contents:
Look: 'Bats', filmed [?May] 1963.
Letter re preparations, 1963; 6pp draft script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.47  1964

Contents:
Taking Issue, a radio programme, with Dr Frank Fraser Darling and Leslie Smith, Third Network, 7 February 1964.
5pp draft script, 18 January 1964; script headed 'Checked with recording'.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.48  1964

Contents:
Look No. 120: 'Appointment at Seal Rocks', 23 November 1964.
13pp 'as broadcast' script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.49  1965

Contents:
Week's Good Cause: Appeal on behalf of The Artists' General Benevolent Institution, Home Service, 24 January 1965.
2pp draft script and later, or final, version of the same.

The Rare Ones: a series of 6 television programmes beginning 15 February 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.50-F.56  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
This was the second BBC series of films by Eugen Schumacher under the above title for which Scott appears to have done the commentary. The films featured endangered species of wildlife in various parts of the world and appear to have been provisionally entitled as follows: 'The Lion and the Unicorn', 'Wild Canada', 'Man of the Forest', 'Antarctica - an unspoiled world', 'The Last Forty' and 'The Cranes of Japan'.
This material was found in the same file.

The Rare Ones: a series of 6 television programmes beginning 15 February 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.50  1964

Contents:
3pp manuscript draft of introduction to the series inscribed 'Radio Times'; 2pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, of the same and corrected version; 1p typescript series schedule; letter re preparation of the series, 1964.

The Rare Ones: a series of 6 television programmes beginning 15 February 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.51  1965

Contents:
'The Lion and the Unicorn', 15 February 1965.
1p draft shot sequence; 4pp commentary to India (the original title of Schumacher's film) with manuscript corrections.

The Rare Ones: a series of 6 television programmes beginning 15 February 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.52  1964

Contents:
'Wild Canada'.
Letter, December 1964, enclosing 1p typescript shot list.

The Rare Ones: a series of 6 television programmes beginning 15 February 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.53  n.d

Contents:
'Man of the Forest'.
5pp commentary to Malaya Borneo (the original title of Schumacher's film) with manuscript corrections.

The Rare Ones: a series of 6 television programmes beginning 15 February 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.54  n.d

Contents:
'Antarctica - an unspoiled world'.
5pp commentary to Antarctica 1 (the original title of Schumacher's film) with manuscript corrections and annotations, and 1p manuscript notes.

The Rare Ones: a series of 6 television programmes beginning 15 February 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.55  n.d

Contents:
'The Last Forty'.
6pp commentary to Indonesia (the original title of Schumacher's film) with manuscript corrections.

The Rare Ones: a series of 6 television programmes beginning 15 February 1965.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.56  1964

Contents:
'The Whooping Cranes of Japan'.
4pp commentary to Japan (the original title of Schumacher's film) with manuscript corrections; 4pp typescript entitled 'Commentary from Whooping Crane film - Schmidt', with manuscript corrections; 1p incomplete manuscript draft script entitled 'Cranes of Japan', with 3pp manuscript notes on cranes; newspaper cutting from The Times, 28 December 1964.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.57  1965

Contents:
Look No. 141: 'at the world of the Grasshoppers', 21 December 1965.
20pp 'as broadcast' script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.58  1965

Contents:
Look: 'A Window on the Sea', filmed February 1965.
Letter enclosing 13pp draft script, 26 January 1965.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.59  1965

Contents:
Look: 'Living with Nature', with the Duke of Edinburgh, filmed [?November] 1965.
A special programme for 'National Nature Week'.
Letter, August 1965, and 10pp draft synopsis with manuscript corrections and annotations; correspondence, November 1965, with 2 typescript versions of programme plan and 21pp draft script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.60  15 February [?1965]

Contents:
The Naturalist: 'A Cull of Seals', radio broadcast
18pp 'as broadcast' script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.61  21 February 1966

Contents:
African Forum, [?radio] broadcast
1p script of the introduction to the programme with manuscript corrections; typescript list of questions to be put to Scott with his manuscript notes for replies; 11pp transcript of programme; 2 typescript pages re publicity.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.62  1966

Contents:
Wildlife Review No. 1, with Bruce Campbell, Virginia McKenna, Desmond Morris, Jan Lindblad, Clive Ray and Richard Brock, West of England Home Service, 2 October 1966.
4pp outline script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.63  1966-1967

Contents:
Happy the Man, West of England Home Service, 25 December 1966.
30pp 'as broadcast' script; letter, 1967, with transcript.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.64  1966

Contents:
Look No. 153: 'at Badgers', with Ernest Neal, 30 December 1966.
16pp 'as broadcast' script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.65  1966

Contents:
Look: 'Wings Beautiful', filmed [?March] 1966.
Letter, 1966, with 2pp draft shooting script and 1p list of props.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.66  1967

Contents:
Wildlife Review No. 8, a special edition of the radio programme from Amsterdam, introduced by Bruce Campbell, 30 April 1967.
14pp transcript of 'as broadcast' script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.67  1967

Contents:
Wildlife Review, with Kenneth Allsop, Radio 4, 5 November 1967.
Letter re arrangements, 1967; 12pp transcript of 'as broadcast' script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.68  1967

Contents:
Animal People: 'Peter Scott', a television programme, filmed between January and May 1967.
11pp first draft script, 5 January 1967; 4pp shooting script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.69  1967

Contents:
Look: 'Elephant'.
14pp draft outline script with manuscript annotations in an unidentified hand, 29 June 1967; 5pp shooting script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.70  1973

Contents:
Man of Action, Radio 3, 12 May 1973.
In this programme Scott presents some of his favourite pieces of music.
4pp manuscript notes and 2 drafts of music selections; letter, 1973, with 12pp programme script and 2pp 'as broadcast' music script.

Programme scripts, synopses and outlines  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.71  1981

Contents:
Radio Appeal for the Wildfowl Trust, 21 April 1981.
Correspondence re arrangements, 1981; 3pp script with manuscript corrections, mostly by the producer.

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.72-F.86  [n.d.]

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.72  ca 1960-ca 1968

Contents:
Look: 'Hares'
2pp 'first sequence draft'.

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.73  ca 1960-ca 1968

Contents:
11pp manuscript draft script entitled 'Paradisia', apparently a television programme filmed on New Guinea

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.74  ca 1960-ca 1968

Contents:
Look: 'Nature Diary'
8pp script assembly order.

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.75  ca 1960-ca 1970

Contents:
Birds of the Air: 'Birds Among the Bikinis', with Tony Soper, West of England Home Service
15pp outline script.

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.76  ca 1960-ca 1970

Contents:
2pp incomplete draft script of a radio broadcast Bird Man

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.77  n.d

Contents:
1p commentary script entitled 'At the Cenotaph' with manuscript corrections

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.78  n.d

Contents:
Incomplete 1p script for a radio broadcast Unknown Animals

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.79  n.d

Contents:
A television interview for the Tonight programme
Scott interviewed June Kay, a conservationist in Bechuanaland, Africa. The interview was preceded by a film.
3pp draft of the film script with manuscript corrections and annotations re possible questions for the interview.

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.80  n.d

Contents:
Nature Notebook No. 72: 'Bewick's Swans', a radio interview given by Scott, n.d.
1p draft script with manuscript notes for answers to interviewer's questions.

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.81  n.d

Contents:
The Time of My Life, a radio programme, n.d.
11pp manuscript draft script with inserts.

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.82  n.d

Contents:
'South Georgia', n.d.
1p rough manuscript draft outline for radio programme so entitled.

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.83  n.d

Contents:
Birds in Britain: 'National Wildfowl Counts', a radio programme, n.d.
4pp draft script, with manuscript corrections, and corrected version.

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.84  n.d

Contents:
'Commentary on start of P.O.W. [Prince of Wales] Cup'.
4pp manuscript draft script so entitled, with 1p manuscript notes.

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.85  n.d

Contents:
Incomplete 3pp typescript, probably of a script for a broadcast on sea birds, n.d.

Undated scripts and miscellaneous papers.  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.86  1956-1974, n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers, including schedules for the 1956/1957 and 1963 series of Look
Found among the papers in F.1-F.85.

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.87-F.179  1945-1989, n.d

Contents:
F.87-F.165 General correspondence and papers
F.166-F.179 Correspondence files

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.87-F.165  1945-1989, n.d

Contents:
Correspondence with the BBC, arranged chronologically, relating to filming, recording and planning programmes or series in which Scott appeared, and to other matters connected with his work for the BBC. A large part of the correspondence is with programme produces working for the Natural History Unit and for Children's Hour. Included are a few letters from other correspondents, such as Anglia Television Ltd, and also material such as schedules, outlines, notes, scripts and shot lists for programmes.
A small amount of BBC correspondence may also be found among the correspondence with Anglia Television Ltd in F.199-F.225.

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.87  1943, 1945-April 1948

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.88  May 1948-1951

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.89  1952-3 June 1953

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.90  5 June 1953-January 1954

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.91  March 1954-17 March 1955

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.92  31 March-21 July 1955

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.93  22 July-December 1955

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.94  January 1956

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.95  1-22 February 1956

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.96  23 February-March 1956

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.97  April-14 May 1956

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.98  18 May-26 June 1956

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.99  28 June-21 August 1956

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.100  22 August-September 1956

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.101  October-December 1956

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.102  January-27 March 1957

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.103  28 March-24 May 1957

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.104  27 May-June 1957

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.105  July-25 September 1957

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.106  26 September-December 1957

Contents:
With a few typescript notes, [?1957].

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.107  January-25 February 1958

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.108  27 February-8 April 1958

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.109  16 April-June 1958

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.110  July-8 October 1958

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.111  9 October-December 1958

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.112  January-9 May 1959

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.113  12 May-3 August 1959

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.114  5 August 1959-8 September 1959

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.115  10-30 September 1959

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.116  October 1959

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.117  November 1959

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.118  December 1959

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.119  January-July 1960

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.120  August-December 1960

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.121  January-8 March 1961

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.122  9 March-16 August 1961

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.123  21 August-September 1961

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.124  October-15 November 1961

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.125  23 November-December 1961

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.126  January 1962-April 1962

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.127  May-August 1962

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.128  September 1962

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.129  October-December 1962

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.130  January-6 March 1963

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.131  13 March-5 September 1963

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.132  23 September-December 1963

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.133  1964

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.134  January-11 May 1965

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.135  14 May-June 1965

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.136  1-14 July 1965

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.137  16 July-10 September 1965

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.138  15 September-December 1965

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.139  January-April 1966

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.140  May-June 1966

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.141  July-17 August 1966

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.142  18 August-December 1966

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.143  January-13 April 1967

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.144  14 April-June 1967

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.145  July-September 1967

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.146  October-December 1967

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.147  January-March 1968

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.148  April-6 August 1968

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.149  8 August-December 1968

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.150  1969

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.151  1970

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.152  1971

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.153  1972

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.154  1973

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.155  1974

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.156  1975

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.157  1976-1977

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.158  1980

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.159  1981

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.160  1982-1984

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.161  1985

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.162  1986

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.163  1987

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.164  1988

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.165  1989, n.d

Correspondence files  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.166-F.179  1954-1986

Contents:
Correspondence and a few scripts etc relating to particular programmes, series or work for the BBC.
From original inscribed files found among the papers in F.87-F.165.

Children's Hour  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.166-F.169  1954-1965

Contents:
Mostly relating to Nature Parliament.
From files inscribed 'Children's Hour'.

Children's Hour  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.166  1954-1956

Children's Hour  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.167  1960-1961

Children's Hour  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.168  1962-1963

Children's Hour  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.169  1964-1965

Correspondence files  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.170  1955

Contents:
The Travellers, a series of radio broadcasts, [?21], [?26] April, [?4] July, [?12] October, [?16, 17] November 1955.
Scott appears to have taken part in this series of talk programmes, possibly chairing the two in April.
Correspondence re recording arrangements, with scripts of other speakers participating in the programmes, 1955.

Correspondence files  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.171  1955

Contents:
Dinner to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar, a television broadcast, 21 October 1955.
Letter enclosing information for reference; 3pp manuscript notes re broadcast; 2pp running order; various typescript papers, including guest list; printed matter.

Look programmes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.172-F.174  1959-1960

Contents:
Correspondence re filming arrangements for various programmes, with a few scripts, programme outlines, schedules etc.

Look programmes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.172  1959-August 1960

Look programmes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.173  September-December 1960

Look programmes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.174  1960

Contents:
Contents of a file inscribed 'Look: 3rd party correspondence'.
Correspondence

Correspondence files  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.175  1959-1960

Contents:
A programme about the Wildfowl Trust's Peakirk Centre for the 'Countryman' series, Anglia Television, 1960.
Scott participated in this programme while still under contract with the BBC. The BBC's Head of West Regional Programmes, Desmond Hawkins, complained that Anglia had breached the agreement between the two companies in the way it used Scott's name in the publicity for the programme.
Found in the BBC correspondence.
Correspondence with Anglia re arrangements for filming and a few letters re the dispute mentioned above

Correspondence files  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.176  1969-1971

Contents:
Sounds of My Life, a gramophone recording for BBC Radio Enterprises, 1970.
Correspondence re recording and production of the record and royalties etc

Correspondence files  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.177  1971

Contents:
The Snow Goose, a film co-produced by the BBC and Universal Television (USA), 1971.
Scott appears to have contributed artwork for use in the film.
Correspondence, mostly re paintings by Scott, and 24pp filming schedule, 1971.

Correspondence files  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.178  1986

Contents:
BBC Video Guide to Wildfowl, 1986, narrated by Scott.
Correspondence, with draft outline and draft introduction for the video

Correspondence files  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.179  1986

Contents:
World Safari, 26 October 1986.
This programme, which marked the 25th anniversary of the World Wildlife Fund, was produced by the BBC's Natural History Unit in association with several broadcasting companies around the world. It was presented by David Attenborough and Julian Pettifer from the BBC Television Centre in London. Scott's main contribution was in a report by Tony Soper from The Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge. He also appears to have had a brief conversation on air with Pettifer.
3pp draft script for Scott's conversation with Pettifer and later version of the same; correspondence re the programme, with programme synopsis, press releases etc, 1986.

Contracts, payments and agreements  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.180-F.198  1945-1985, n.d

Contents:
Contract notes, payment slips and agreements connected with Scott's work for the BBC and a few related letters and papers.

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.180-F.196  1945-1985, n.d

Arrangement: Arranged in a rough chronological sequence.


Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.180  1945-1947

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.181  1948-1949

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.182  1950, 1952-1953

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.183-F.185  1955-1957

3 folders.

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.186  1958-1959

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.187  1967-1968

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.188  1967-1968

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.189  1968-1969

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.190  1968-1969

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.191  1969-1970

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.192  1970-1972

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.193  1973-1975

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.194  1979-1980

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.195  1981-1984

Contract notes  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.196  1985, n.d

Contracts, payments and agreements  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.197  1958-1968

Contents:
Copies of agreements between Scott and the BBC, with related correspondence.

Contracts, payments and agreements  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.198  1969-1971

Contents:
Copies of agreements between Scott and the BBC, with related correspondence.

ANGLIA TELEVISION LTD  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.199-F.240  1970-1989

Contents:
F.199-F.225 Correspondence and papers
F.226-F.240 Board of Directors papers

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.199-F.225  1970-1988

Contents:
Correspondence with a few memoranda, programme synopses, draft scripts and payment slips etc. Included are many letters to Scott from Lord Buxton and a few from conservation organisations and the BBC.
A small amount of Anglia correspondence, mostly relating to Scott's programme-making commitments outside his contracts with either the BBC or Anglia, may also be found among the BBC correspondence in F.87-F.179, in particular F.175.

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.199  1970-May 1971

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.200  June-7 September 1971

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.201  15 September 1971-5 April 1972

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.202  25 April-June 1972

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.203  July-December 1972

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.204  1973

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.205  1974

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.206  1975

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.207  1976

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.208  1977

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.209-F.211  1978

3 folders.

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.212, F.213  1979

2 folders.

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.214  January-June 1980

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.215  July 1980-1981

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.216  1982

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.217  1983

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.218  1984

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.219  1985

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.220  1986

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.221  1987

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.222  1988

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.223  1970-1972

Contents:
Miscellaneous typescripts, some annotated, and 1p manuscript notes relating to proposed programmes, ca 1970-1972.
Included are synopses for the 1970 and 1971 series of Survival.
Found among the correspondence in F.199-F.222.

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.224  1978

Contents:
Photocopies of programme treatments and related letters, April 1978; photocopies of unidentified manuscript notes; miscellaneous printed matter.
Found among the Survival Anglia Board papers in F.226-F.240.

Correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.225  c1977-c1978

Contents:
Copies of miscellaneous typescript and printed material relating to proposed programmes, ca 1977-ca 1978.
Included is a draft entitled '"The Incredible Wild Goose Disaster", by Aubrey Buxton'.
Found among the correspondence in F.199-F.222.

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.226-F.240  1977-1989

Arrangement: Arranged chronologically.


Contents:
Agendas, minutes, profit and loss accounts, memoranda etc prepared for meetings of the Board of Directors of Survival Anglia Ltd.

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.226  December 1977-September 1978

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.227  November 1978-ca June 1979

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.228  August-December 1979

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.229  1980-1981

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.230  1982-1983

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.231  March-June 1984

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.232  August-December 1984

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.233  February-May 1985

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.234  June-December 1985

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.235  February-May 1986

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.236  June-December 1986

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.237  February-May 1987

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.238  June-December 1987

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.239  1988

Board of Directors papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.240  1989

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.241-F.251  1958-1986, n.d

Contents:
Mostly correspondence re broadcasts, or proposed broadcasts, for organisations other than the BBC or Anglia Television Ltd.
Miscellaneous correspondence is in F.251.

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.241  1938

Contents:
Incomplete untitled 15pp carbon copy of script for a radio broadcast in the USA in which Scott talks about his interests and travels.
Found in an envelope inscribed 'American broadcasts with Van [Campen] Heilner', postmarked 1938.

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.242  1958-1959

Contents:
Correspondence with Essanay Ltd, agents for Scott.

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.243  1960-1961

Contents:
Correspondence with Essanay Ltd, agents for Scott.

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.244  December 1961-1962

Contents:
Correspondence with Associated Television Ltd re Scott's possible participation in a series of discussion programmes

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.245  14 September 1962

Contents:
Wildlife to Tea, with George Martin and Usha Joshi, produced by Associated Rediffusion, in association with Brooke Bond Tea.
15pp camera script with manuscript corrections

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.246  1968-1969

Contents:
Correspondence re a proposed film about Bewick swans with Scott, his daughter, Dafila, and Russian naturalists
The film was not made.

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.247  March-April 1971

Contents:
Correspondence with London Weekend Television re a proposed programme about St Francis of Assisi, with typescript programme outline

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.248  c1977

Contents:
The Nature of Things: Roger Tory Peterson, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1977 or 1978.
Correspondence, mostly re arrangements for filming, with contract, 1977.

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.249  1969-1986, nd

Contents:
Correspondence, contracts, payment slips etc relating to various television appearances by Scott and broadcasts about the Wildfowl Trust

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.250  n.d


Related information: See L.146, L.147 for possibly related material.

Contents:
'"The Feel of the Sky", a series of three programmes for television on gliding'.
6pp manuscript draft of scripts, so entitled, and typescript of the same with annotations in an unknown hand, n.d.

OTHER BROADCASTING WORK  NCUACS 87.8.99/F.251  1955

Contents:
Miscellaneous correspondence with commercial television companies, agents etc re requests for appearances on programmes, and contracts etc

SECTION G LECTURES, SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.1-G.151  [n.d.]


Related information: Further material relating to speeches may be found in sections A, C and M.

Contents:
The material in this section, covering the period 1948 to 1989, reflects Scott's roles as a passionate speaker on a broad range of conservation issues, both national and international, and as a deliverer of entertaining informal speeches at various lunches and gatherings. Included are lectures and speeches given at conferences on environmental issues, some of which he chaired, World Wildlife Fund and Wildfowl Trust functions, academic institutions, local nature conservation trusts and societies, and other functions, such as re-unions and ceremonies for the presentation of awards.
The material, arranged chronologically, chiefly consists of drafts, correspondence relating to arrangements for functions, and a large number of preparation notes for speeches, many of which are paginated. Titles or notes on papers are given in inverted commas; for a number of speeches such notes provide the only information about the date and occasion on which they were given.
Miscellaneous material relating to undated and unidentified speeches is found at G.132-G.151.

Lectures, speeches and addresses  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.1  1948

Contents:
'Opening of Augustus John Exhibition, Plymouth, 7 Dec. 1948.'
10pp manuscript draft on small printed cards, one so inscribed.

Lectures, speeches and addresses  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.2  1952

Contents:
12pp untitled typescript draft of a speech on wildfowl conservation.
Found in a file inscribed '1952'.

Lectures, speeches and addresses  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.3  1956-1957

Contents:
'Ducks and Drakes', a lecture given at the Annual General Meeting of The Navy League and Sea Cadet Corps (Jersey branch and unit), 4 April 1957.
Correspondence mostly re arrangements for the speech

Lectures, speeches and addresses  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.4  1957

Contents:
'Far Away Look', Albert Hall, Nottingham, 7 December 1957.
A lecture by Scott presented by the Wildfowl Trust in association with the Trent Valley Bird Watchers' Society.
Programme containing short pieces on Scott's life and the Wildfowl Trust.

Lectures, speeches and addresses  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.4A  1960

Contents:
6pp manuscript speech notes inscribed 'Som. Nat. Hist. Socy Sat. 1 Oct 1960'.

Lectures, speeches and addresses  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.5  1961

Contents:
Speech given to the Gloucestershire Trust for Nature Conservation, 30 September 1961.
7pp manuscript notes with typescript list of guests at a lunch the same day.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.6, G.7  [n.d.]

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.6  n.d

Contents:
3 incomplete manuscript and typescript drafts; 2 later typescript drafts (7pp and 8pp); 17pp manuscript notes.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.7  1964

Contents:
Correspondence, mostly re arrangements and points likely to be addressed in the speech

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.8  1965

Contents:
Speech given at the De La Rue Company Dinner, 10 June 1965.
13pp manuscript notes; letter re arrangements.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.9  1965

Contents:
Speech at the 6th Leadership Lunch, 5 October 1965.
The lunch was one of a series held for the purpose of bringing together prominent individuals from various institutions and sections of society.
Correspondence re arrangements etc, 1965.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.10  1965

Contents:
Invitation to the 5th Leadership Lunch, 4 May 1965.
The invitation was declined.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.11  1966

Contents:
7pp manuscript notes for a speech, with accompanying slip of paper containing a typewritten note 'Glos Trust for Nat Cons A.G.M. and address by P.S. [Peter Scott], 30 April 1966'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.12  1966

Contents:
2pp manuscript notes with accompanying slip of paper containing a typewritten note 'Portway Secondary School, Bristol. 3 May 1966'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.13  1966

Contents:
'[?Wildfowl] Trust Annual Dinner, May 1966'.
5pp manuscript notes so inscribed on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.14  1966

Contents:
6pp manuscript notes, with typewritten note 'WAGBI [Wildfowlers Association of Great Britain and Ireland] Annual Dinner Cheltenham. 4 June 1966' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.15  1966

Contents:
5pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Conf. of Edu. Offs at N. Glos. 7 June 1966'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.16  1966

Contents:
Lecture given in Usher Hall, Edinburgh, July 1966, concerning threatened species of animals and birds.
11pp typescript draft.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.17  1967


Related information: See M. 1328 for correspondence relating to this speech.

Contents:
'Crisis for Wildlife', College of Further Education, Chichester, 15 February 1967.
1p speech notes.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.18  1967

Contents:
3pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Shiplake College 10/6/67' on first page, and another page of notes, probably for the same speech.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.19  1967

Contents:
3pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Portora School, Eire June 1967' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.20  1967

Contents:
Speech given at Buckingham Palace to World Wildlife Fund Officials, 21 December 1967.
8pp manuscript notes; 2pp typescript, with manuscript annotations, of points for possible inclusion in the speech; 3pp typescript entitled 'Points for HRH's [?Duke of Edinburgh's] Speech to WWF officials at Buckingham Palace 21 December 1967'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.21  1968

Contents:
Incomplete 2pp manuscript draft inscribed 'Wildfowl Trust Dinner' and stamped '17 May 1968' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.22  1968

Contents:
'10 June 1968 WWF [World Wildlife Fund] Lecture @ Bath Festival'.
4pp manuscript notes so inscribed on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.23  1969

Contents:
Speech given at the International Veterinary Congress, 27-30 March 1969.
Letter to Scott from another speaker, P. Craddock Randell, 1969, enclosing typescript draft of the latter's speech, which has been annotated by Scott; congress programmes.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.24  1969

Contents:
4pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Scotland June 1969' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.25  1969

Contents:
'B.G.A. AGM 1969'.
7pp manuscript notes so entitled on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.26  1969-1970

Contents:
Speech given at the Annual Dinner of The Institute of Petroleum, 18 February 1970.
Correspondence re arrangements, 20pp manuscript notes; invitation, guest list etc.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.27  1970

Contents:
'B.G.A. Ann. Dinner March 1970'.
8pp manuscript notes so inscribed on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.28  1970

Contents:
2pp manuscript notes inscribed 'The Pentangle Royal Albert Hall, March 1970'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.29  1970

Contents:
'Survival Values', Trueman Wood Lecture to the Royal Society of Arts, 17 June 1970.
This annual lecture was regarded as the most important in the RSA's programme. It had participated in 'The Countryside in 1970' project, hence the invitation to Scott to deliver the lecture.
Correspondence re arrangements etc, including enclosed transcript of the speech, and the award of the Albert Medal to Scott by the RSA, 1970; 8pp manuscript draft, with insert, and later typescript draft with manuscript corrections and additions; photocopy of later or final typescript version.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.30  c1971

Contents:
'CBI Conference "Technology and the Environment", 22 September 1970'.
7pp manuscript notes found with a typescript label so entitled; letter, 1971, with report on the conference.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.31  1971

Contents:
'The First Ten Years [of the World Wildlife Fund]', the World Wildlife Fund Regional Organiser's Conference, 13 March 1971.
Letter from Wildlife, 1971, enclosing 10pp copy of typescript draft of Scott's speech.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.32  1971


Related information: See M.1690 for related correspondence.

Contents:
Speech given at a 'Swan Feast', 22 April 1971, held to commemorate the re-building of Vintner's Hall, London.
Letter re arrangements; 2pp manuscript notes and 1p manuscript draft.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.33  1970-1971

Contents:
'The Survival of Species', The Royal Institution, 14 May 1971.
Correspondence re arrangements etc, 2pp photocopied typescript, possibly of part of the speech.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.34  1971

Contents:
Speech for the 10th anniversary of the foundation of the World Wildlife Fund, 10 October 1971.
10pp typescript draft, headed 'First Draft', with manuscript corrections in an unidentified hand.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.35  1971

Contents:
5pp manuscript notes inscribed '27.10.71' on first page.
The content includes discussion of the role of the World Wildlife Fund.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.36  1971

Contents:
Speeches made at a conference in Stockholm, Sweden, 30 October 1971.
The conference appears to have launched a conservation appeal and may have been organised by the World Wildlife Fund.
5pp typescript draft entitled 'The Message Must Get Through'; 3pp typescript summary of Scott's speeches entitled 'Why, When and Where?'; 3pp manuscript notes, probably related to the other materials in this file.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.37  1971

Contents:
4pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Oct 71'.
Possibly a speech for an acceptance of an award.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.38  ? 1971

Contents:
Opening speech at the 2nd International Congress [? on World Wildlife] (ICWW), [?1971].
Scott was Chairman of the Congress Committee.
2pp typescript of Scott's speech headed '2nd draft'; 7pp typescript draft entitled 'HRH Prince Bernhard [of the Netherlands]: Aims and Achievements of the World Wildlife Fund...2nd draft', with manuscript corrections by Scott; photocopy of later typescript version of the same.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.39  1971-1972

Contents:
Conservation Society Presidential Address, 14 January 1972.
Scott was Chairman of this meeting, jointly organised by the Conservation Society and Countdown.
Correspondence re arrangements, 1971-1972; 2pp manuscript speech notes; suggested timetable for the meeting; cuttings from science journals and various Conservation Society printed material

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.40  1972

Contents:
2pp manuscript draft headed 'HRH The Prince of the Netherlands. For the première of Living Free. Thursday 24th February 1972'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.41  1972

Contents:
Speech given to the Pipeline Industries Guild Fifteenth Annual Dinner, 14 March 1972.
Correspondence etc re arrangements.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.42  1972

Contents:
Speech given at the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the International Council for Bird Preservation (ICBP), 20 June 1972.
9pp manuscript draft.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.43  1972

Contents:
'Environmental Disturbance and Species Survival'.
An invited paper for Session on Dynamics of Vanishing Species and Their Habitats, given at the 12th Technical Meeting of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), Banff, Canada, 14 September 1972.
Scott was Chairman of the IUCN Survival Service Commission.
11p manuscript draft; Scott's advance copy of the paper containing summary of the work of the Survival Service Section.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.44  1972

Contents:
'Species Extinction in Birds', Witherby Memorial Lecture by Scott, Swanwick, 2 December 1972.
Correspondence re arrangements and planned subsequent publication of the lecture, 1972, with a returned edited typescript of the lecture; manuscript and typescript draft with corrections and inserts; typescript draft with manuscript corrections and inserts; copy of 14pp typescript marked 'As delivered'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.45  1973

Contents:
'Wildfowl Trust Dinner 21 May 1973'.
6pp manuscript notes found with another page so inscribed.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.46  n.d

Contents:
2pp manuscript notes inscribed 'For speech to Am. Petroleum Inst.' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.47  1973

Contents:
'Ever such a small planet', Salisbury Festival of Arts, 18 July 1973.
7pp manuscript draft so inscribed on first page; 2pp manuscript notes and a typescript list of slides which were to accompany the speech.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.48  1973

Contents:
Address to the 24th World Scout Conference, Nairobi, Kenya, 21 July 1973.
9pp typescript draft and final typescript version.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.49  1973

Contents:
3pp manuscript notes for a speech on fish spotting, one page with printed heading 'M.S. Lindblad Explorer...Indonesia 1973'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.50  1974

Contents:
'1001 Symposium at ZSL...10 May '74'.
The topic of the speech appears to be zoos and the breeding of endangered species.
5pp manuscript notes, one page so inscribed; 1p carbon copy of typescript notes.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.51  1974

Contents:
2pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Fête at Sherborne, 22.6.74' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.52  1974

Contents:
7pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Paviors 60...26 June 74' on first page (another page is headed 'Paviors Dinner').

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.53  1974

Contents:
2pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Stansted Carnival...Sat 29 June 1974' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.54  1974

Contents:
3pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Cons[?ervation] Coin Scheme...July 1974'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.55  1974

Contents:
4pp manuscript notes for a speech at a ceremony, apparently to lay a foundation stone for a new building at Slimbridge, with a telegram from the Duke of Edinburgh, August 1974.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.56  c1974

Contents:
Speech, possibly to staff of the Wildfowl Trust, concerning its future development, ca 1974.
1p manuscript notes; incomplete typescript report with manuscript annotations relating to the finances of the trust and future plans.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.57  c1974

Contents:
9pp draft of a speech, first page inscribed 'A Reverence for Evolution', possibly made on a cruise in the Lindblad Explorer, ca 1974.
Much of the content relates to Charles Darwin's discoveries.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.58  1975

Contents:
6pp photocopy of manuscript draft of speech, possibly given at Pepperdine University, [California], USA, [?February] 1975.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.59  1975

Contents:
Talk at staff meeting of the Wildfowl Trust, 19 March 1975.
10pp manuscript notes and 3pp typescript draft, marked 'rough draft', with manuscript corrections.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.60  1975

Contents:
'What Are We All Here For?', The University of Birmingham, February or March 1975.
10pp manuscript draft, with compliments slip from the University of Birmingham, 4 March 1975.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.61  1974-1975

Contents:
Speech at Annual General Meeting of the Pet Food Manufacturers Association, 14 January 1975, at which Scott was guest of honour.
Correspondence re arrangements 4pp manuscript notes.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.62  1975

Contents:
'Man, Wildlife and the Environment'. The Council of Trent, the University of Nottingham, 16 July 1975.
The purpose of the conference was to bring together prominent people in industry, government, trade unions and other sections of society to examine ways of meeting the economic, administrative and environmental challenges to Britain.
Correspondence etc re arrangements, 1975; incomplete typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, and one page of manuscript notes; later 6pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections; Speaker's notes, including a summary of the themes to be covered by Scott's speech; 1p manuscript notes by Scott, possibly for his speech; 2pp photocopied typescript synopsis of remarks by another speaker, Sir Jack Rampton, Permanent Secretary of the Department of Energy, and a page of manuscript notes on the same by Scott; newspaper cutting, 1 June 1975, with note by Scott.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.63  1976

Contents:
Statement of the World Wildlife Fund to the International Whaling Commission, by Scott, 21 June 1976.
3pp manuscript draft.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.64  1976


Related information: See M.2010, M.2011 for further material relating to this speech.

Contents:
Speech at The Law Society National Conference, Torquay, 8 October 1976.
22pp manuscript draft; pages from the Law Guardian, 24 November 1976, containing the text of Scott's speech.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.65  1976

Contents:
Keynote speech at the World Wildlife Fund Congress, San Francisco, 29 November 1976.
Scott was Chairman of the Congress in the absence of Bernhard, Prince of the Netherlands.
14pp manuscript draft inscribed 'Master copy' on title page; typescript of the speech.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.66  1977

Contents:
6pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Som Nat Trust. HQ open...8 May '77' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.67  1977

Contents:
'Fishes and Fishwatching', The Royal Geographical Society, 22 June 1977.
This lecture was Scott's contribution to the Society's Silver Jubilee Lectures on exploration.
4pp manuscript notes; 1p manuscript draft of the introduction to the lecture and later typescript of the same; booklet containing programme for the Silver Jubilee Lectures entitled 'Exploration during the Queen's reign' and brief programme annotated by Scott.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.68  1977

Contents:
18pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Presidential address to the Birmingham and Midland Institute...1830...31 October 1977' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.69  1977

Contents:
4pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Waterfowl Group [illegible abbreviation]: Winchester: Oct 1977' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.70  1977

Contents:
Speech given at a Foyles Literary Luncheon, 15 December 1977, in honour of the Douglas-Home brothers and to celebrate the publication of The Birdman by Henry Douglas-Home.
Scott was Chairman at this function.
12pp manuscript draft with advertisement.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.71  1977

Contents:
Speech in receipt of the award of the United Nations International Pahlavi Environment Prize at the United Nations headquarters, New York, 3 June 1977.
Scott shared the award with Jacques-Yves Cousteau.
See A.336-A.340.
Manuscript draft, with corrections, and 7pp copy of typescript corrected version; 2 photocopied pages containing the text of Scott's speech from an unidentified off-print; photocopied article by Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.72  1978

Contents:
9pp manuscript notes inscribed 'BSAC Plymouth...March 1978' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.73  1979

Contents:
Speech given at a Buckingham Palace Reception, 30 May 1979.
21pp manuscript notes on small pieces of paper and 2pp notes; 1p typescript entitled 'Thoughts for Palace speech'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.74  1979

Contents:
Speech given at a dinner on the occasion of the Degree Congregations, University of Birmingham, 13 July 1979.
7pp manuscript and typescript draft; toast list.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.75  1979

Contents:
5pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Dinner of "the Fancy" ...14.10.79' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.76  1979

Contents:
Speech given at 4th Baggs Memorial Lecture, University of Birmingham, 1979.
Thomas Baggs, advertising executive and author, was a former student of Birmingham University.
5pp manuscript draft with 8pp manuscript notes; 3pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections; guest list; photocopies of newspaper obituaries and extract from Thomas Baggs's will.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.77  1980

Contents:
Speech at the Annual General Meeting of the Wildfowl Trust, 1980.
6pp manuscript draft.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.78  1981

Contents:
Speech given at Annual General Meeting of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 26 June 1981.
8pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections and additions, with 1p manuscript notes.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.79  1981

Contents:
5pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Washington...4.9.81' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.80  1981


Related information: See M.2275-M.2281 for related correspondence.

Contents:
Speech given at the 2nd International Wildlife Film-makers' Symposium, Bath University, held from 23 to 27 September 1981.
9pp manuscript draft and 2pp manuscript notes.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.81  1981

Contents:
Speech given at the 20th anniversary celebrations of the World Wildlife Fund, 1981.
The date of the foundation of the Fund was 10 October 1961, though it appears that the anniversary event was held before 10 October 1981.
5pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections, 27 May 1981.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.82  1981

Contents:
Acceptance speech for the award of the John Phillips Medal, General Assembly of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), Christchurch, New Zealand, 22 October 1981.
11pp manuscript draft.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.83  1981

Contents:
Rotary Club Luncheon, Peninsula Hotel, 29 October 1981.
4pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.84  1981

Contents:
'Trying to Paint...2 lectures in Hayward Hall (4th and 9th Dec 1981)'.
3pp manuscript notes so inscribed on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.85  1982


Related information: See H.99-H.102 for further papers relating to the speech.

Contents:
Presidential Address for the Annual General Meeting of the School Natural Science Society, 24 April 1982.
8pp photocopied typescript of the speech.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.86  1982

Contents:
6pp manuscript notes inscribed '6 Nov 1982' on first page.
The content relates to the work of the World Wildlife Fund and appears to indicate that the speech was made to a gathering of its members and supporters.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.87  1982

Contents:
6pp manuscript notes inscribed 'FFPS [Fauna and Flora Preservation Society] Cambs. 12.11.82'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.88  1983

Contents:
'The Meaning of Whales Alive', the Whales Alive Conference, Boston USA., 8 June 1983.
Scott refers to this speech as a 'keynote address' in the notes described below.
5pp typescript of the speech; 26pp photocopied manuscript notes by Scott, including his summaries of speeches made at the conference and of the conference 'in retrospect', with photocopied photographs (some taken by Scott) and drawings, mostly of whales.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.89  1983

Contents:
4pp manuscript notes inscribed 'October 1983' on first page.
The content relates to the work of the World Wildlife Fund and appears to indicate that the speech was given to a meeting of its members.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.90  1983


Related information: See H.79, H.79 for correspondence etc re the award of the Founder's Medal to Scott.

Contents:
Acceptance speech for the award of the Royal Geographical Society's Founder's Medal, 1983.
2pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections and additions.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.91  1984

Contents:
Speech at the Antarctic Symposium of the General Assembly of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), Madrid, 8 November 1984.
Manuscript drafts, partly photocopies, possibly incomplete; photocopy of newspaper article reporting Scott's speech.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.92  1985

Contents:
'Speech for "Greenpeace", Wednesday 24th July 1985'.
2pp photocopy of typescript draft, so entitled, with manuscript corrections.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.93  1985

Contents:
'Launch of Martin Mere Appeal...23.10.85'.
2pp typescript draft so inscribed, with manuscript corrections.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.94  1985

Contents:
'Notes for talk at members' evening, 6 December 1985, on Antarctica'.
5pp photocopy of typescript, with manuscript corrections, so entitled.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.95  1986

Contents:
'Opening of Nubel Bird Prop Centre... Sat 19.4.86'.
2pp manuscript notes so inscribed on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.96  1986

Contents:
'Chelsea Physic Garden... Wed. 10th September 1986'.
5pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, so entitled.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.97  1986

Contents:
'Speech for WWF [World Wildlife Fund] US National Council... 16 September 1986...delivered in WWF/CF offices'.
4pp typescript draft, so entitled, with manuscript corrections and additions.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.98  1986

Contents:
Acceptance speech for the award of the Getty Prize, Smithsonian (Baird Auditorium), Washington DC, USA, 17 September 1986.
3pp photocopy of typescript draft with manuscript corrections; 5pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, inscribed 'final version'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.99  1986

Contents:
Speech of welcome at the International Conference of the International Wildlife Research Bureau, commencing 23 September 1986.
3pp photocopy of typescript draft with manuscript corrections.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.100  1986

Contents:
Acceptance speech for the award of the Gold Medal of the World Wildlife Fund, Assisi, Italy, 26 September 1986.
The occasion of Scott's award was the celebration, held in Assisi, of the 25th anniversary of the founding of the World Wildlife Fund.
2pp early incomplete manuscript draft; 3 typescript, or photocopied typescript, drafts with manuscript corrections, one inscribed 'original' on back of last page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.101  1986


Related information: See G.102 for possibly related material. See also G.122, G.123, G.125, G.126.

Contents:
6pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Thurs 9th October 1986'.
Some remarks suggest that the speech was given at the Third Biennial Festival of Natural History Films, Bristol.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.102  1986

Contents:
6pp manuscript notes, one page inscribed 're. Wildscreen...9/10/86'.
Some remarks indicate that the speech was given in Bristol, possibly at the City Art Museum.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.103  1986

Contents:
Speech at Stockholm, Sweden, 17 October 1986, probably at a World Wildlife Fund meeting or conference in connection with the 25th anniversary of its founding.
6pp draft (5pp typescript, 1p manuscript); another typescript draft, apparently an earlier version.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.104  1987

Contents:
'The Role of Art and the Media in promoting nature conservation. 6 April 1987. Great Hall Trinity College [Cambridge]'.
8pp manuscript draft so inscribed on first page, with 4pp manuscript notes.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.105  1987

Contents:
'Discovery speech...Marryat Hall, Dundee...21 April 1987'.
6pp manuscript notes, 2 so inscribed, containing references to the Dundee Heritage Trust and the Dundee Heritage Club.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.106  1987

Contents:
'Hampton Court Banquet...4 May 1987'.
3pp manuscript notes so entitled.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.107  1987


Related information: See D.797-D.803 for further material relating to this conference.

Contents:
'"Waterfowl Counts and Wetland Assessment - the value of long-term studies". Opening presentation to a conference on "Bird Movements and Populations as Indicators of Biological Change" organised by the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, at the headquarters of the Johnson (Wax) Foundation, Racine, Wisconsin, USA, 7 and 8 May 1987'.
13pp typescript draft, so entitled, with manuscript corrections, additions and notes.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.108  1987

Contents:
5pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Glos. 18th May '87' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.109  1987

Contents:
Speech at the 40th Annual General Meeting of the Wildfowl Trust, 28 May 1987.
9pp manuscript notes.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.110  1987

Contents:
'Oundle. School House Centenary Dinner...6.6.87'.
11pp manuscript draft so entitled, with 5pp manuscript notes.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.111  1987

Contents:
Speech given at banquet at the Oryx Symposium, London Zoo, 11 June 1987.
Scott was Chairman for part of the Symposium, which ended on 12 June.
5pp manuscript draft, possibly incomplete, with typescript timetable of events.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.112  1987

Contents:
9pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Aug '87' on first page.
The speech was possibly made in Hong Kong.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.113  1987

Contents:
Speech at the presentation of the 1987 Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards, 26 November 1987.
2pp typescript draft with manuscript corrections.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.114  1988


Related information: See E.199-E.225 for material relating tot he three volumes of Travel Diaries of a Naturalist.

Contents:
Speech at the Yorkshire Post Literary Luncheon, Bradford, 21 January 1988.
Scott was invited to this function to talk about his book Travel Diaries of a Naturalist III, published by Collins, 1987.
7pp manuscript notes with advertisement leaflet for the event.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.115  1988

Contents:
5pp manuscript draft inscribed '5/2/88..Lord Caithness' on first page.
Remarks indicate that the speech was made at the Wildfowl Trust, Slimbridge.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.116  1988

Contents:
1p manuscript draft inscribed '12.2.88'.
Remarks indicate that the occasion of the speech was the inauguration of the Yeng Peng McNeice Observatory at Slimbridge by Queen Elizabeth II.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.117  1988

Contents:
'Commemoration Feast at Trinity College Cambridge... 11 March 1988'.
14pp manuscript notes so entitled; 3pp photocopied transcript of the speech; correspondence, 1987-1988.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.118  1988

Contents:
'The Magnificent Humpback', a talk on Humpback whales, accompanied by slides, apparently given to the Millpond Press Seminar and the Intrepids Club, 19 April 1988.
3pp typescript preparatory notes; 2pp typescript of text for some of the talk.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.119  1988

Contents:
5pp manuscript notes for unidentified speech inscribed '1 May 1988' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.120  1988

Contents:
Speech at the Annual General Meeting of the Wildfowl Trust, 9 June 1988.
7pp manuscript draft.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.121  1988

Contents:
Speech at the Bristol and Gloucestershire Gliding Club in connection with the Standard Class National Gliding Championship, 1988.
3pp typescript notes inscribed '11 June 1988' on first page.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.122  1988


Related information: See G.123 for related material.

Contents:
Speech at 4th Biennial Festival of Natural History Films, Bristol, 4 October 1988.
Scott was President of 'Wildscreen'.
5pp manuscript draft.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.123  1988

Contents:
1p manuscript draft of the Grace given before the Inaugural Dinner for 'Wildscreen', 5 October 1988, with later manuscript copy.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.124  1988

Contents:
Welcoming speech given at a conference on the Value of Re-introduction to Bird Conservation, 29 November 1988.
The conference was held at the Wildfowl Trust, Slimbridge, 29, 30 November and 1 December 1988.
2pp manuscript notes, with conference programme and 3 further pages of notes found with it.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.125  1988


Related information: See G.126 for related material.

Contents:
3pp notes inscribed '5/12/88'.
Remarks indicate that the speech was in connection with 'Wildscreen' and the making of natural history films.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.126  1988

Contents:
4pp manuscript notes inscribed '15.12.88' on first page, probably for a speech in connection with 'Wildsceen'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.127  1988

Contents:
2pp manuscript notes inscribed 'Assoc[iation] for Sci[ence] Educ[ation]...Sci Advisers Conf[erence]...1988'.

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.128  1988

Contents:
3pp manuscript notes containing a reference to 'my 79th birthday' [14 September 1988].

'Things of Value', the Institute of Directors' Annual Conference, 5 November 1964.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.129  1988

Contents:
Welcoming speech at the '5th birthday celebration' of the International Centre for Conservation Education (ICCE), 5 June 1989.
1p typescript.

Speech at a gathering in the Natural History Museum, London, 15 June 1989, at which the announcement of the Wildfowl Trust's change of name to 'The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust' was made.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.130, G.131  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Scott was taken ill during the ceremony and it appears that the speech was read for him by his daughter, Dafila.

Speech at a gathering in the Natural History Museum, London, 15 June 1989, at which the announcement of the Wildfowl Trust's change of name to 'The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust' was made.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.130  1989

Contents:
1p copy of typescript text of the speech, inscribed 'Read by Dafila'; 1p manuscript draft of a messuage by Scott to the staff of the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust explaining the reasons for his departure from the ceremony, and corrected manuscript version of the same.

Speech at a gathering in the Natural History Museum, London, 15 June 1989, at which the announcement of the Wildfowl Trust's change of name to 'The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust' was made.  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.131  1989

Contents:
'Slimbridge Name Change Event...Friday 16 June 1989'.
1p typescript so entitled, inscribed 'Read by Geoff [illegible word]', containing the text of the speech and showing its place in the proceedings of the ceremony.

Miscellaneous drafts, fragments of drafts and notes for undated and unidentified speeches  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.132-G.149  ca 1945-1989

Miscellaneous drafts, fragments of drafts and notes for undated and unidentified speeches  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.132  n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous manuscript notes found tied together and labelled 'speech notes late 1940s (1948?)'.

Miscellaneous drafts, fragments of drafts and notes for undated and unidentified speeches  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.133  ca 1960-ca 1980

Contents:
3pp incomplete typescript draft inscribed 'at Aquascutum, 8 November' on the first page, with 1p annotated typescript notes

Miscellaneous drafts, fragments of drafts and notes for undated and unidentified speeches  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.134  ca 1960-ca 1980

Contents:
8pp manuscript notes entitled 'Prospects for the Survival of life on the Blue Planet', with 1p typescript statistics

Miscellaneous drafts, fragments of drafts and notes for undated and unidentified speeches  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.135  ca 1970

Contents:
12pp manuscript draft of a speech entitled 'A66...World Wildlife Crisis'; 9pp manuscript notes entitled 'Notes for Class A66' and 3pp similar typescript notes

Miscellaneous drafts, fragments of drafts and notes for undated and unidentified speeches  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.136  ca 1975-1989

Contents:
4pp typescript notes, with manuscript annotations, entitled 'European Habitat Protection...Notes for Address by Sir Peter Scott', with 5pp rough manuscript notes

Miscellaneous drafts, fragments of drafts and notes for undated and unidentified speeches  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.137  ca 1985

Contents:
Speeches made by Scott at a World Wildlife Fund / Wildfowl Trust press conference concerning wetlands
2pp draft of opening speech with manuscript corrections; 1p draft of closing speech with manuscript corrections.

Miscellaneous drafts, fragments of drafts and notes for undated and unidentified speeches  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.137A  nd

Contents:
12pp typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, for a speech on conservation and endangered species.
The original title 'The World Need for Conservation' and the heading 'East of England Agricultural Society - Peterborough Conference, "Farming and Tomorrow's Countryside"' have been crossed out.

Miscellaneous drafts, fragments of drafts and notes for undated and unidentified speeches  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.138-G.143  n.d

6 folders.

Contents:
Miscellaneous undated manuscript notes and fragments of drafts for speeches, some with titles.
Originally found among speech material from the 1960s and 1970s contained in the chronological section, G1-G.131 above.

Miscellaneous drafts, fragments of drafts and notes for undated and unidentified speeches  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.144-G.147  n.d

4 folders.

Contents:
Miscellaneous undated manuscript, with a few typescript, notes and fragments of drafts for speeches, some with titles.
Originally found among speech material from the 1980s contained in the chronological section G.1-G.131 above.

Miscellaneous drafts, fragments of drafts and notes for undated and unidentified speeches  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.148, G.149  n.d

2 folders

Contents:
Miscellaneous undated manuscript notes and fragments of drafts for speeches, some with titles.

Lectures, Speeches, addresses  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.150  1969-1973

Contents:
Miscellaneous manuscript, typescript and printed material, probably used by Scott for drafting speeches.
Found among the papers in G.1-G.149.

Lectures, Speeches, addresses  NCUACS 87.8.99/G.151  1976-1989, n.d

Contents:
Miscellaneous manuscript, typescript and printed material, probably used by Scott for drafting speeches.
Found among the papers in G.1-G.149.

SECTION H SOCIETIES AND ORGANISATIONS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.1-H.262  [n.d.]


Related information: Material relating to Scott's association with organisations in the field of nature conservation is found in Section C

Contents:
This section consists of papers documenting Scott's service to, or association with, various organisations and bodies. The material is arranged alphabetically and dates from 1948 to 1992.
The intention has been to include in this section the organisations whose activities lie outside Scott's main interests of conservation, painting, broadcasting, sailing and gliding. However, a few bodies concerned with art and painting which did not fit easily into section J are found in this section.
H.1 ANTARCTIC HERITAGE TRUST
H.2, H.3 ART FOR RELAXATION AND THERAPY TRUST (ART)
H.4 THE ATHENAEUM CLUB
H.5 BOONE AND CROCKETT CLUB
H.6 THE BRITISH INSTITUTE OF RECORDED SOUND
H.7 THE BRITISH INTERPLANETARY SOCIETY
H.8 BRITISH MARITIME CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
H.9 BRITISH SAILORS SOCIETY
H.10, H.11 BRITISH SCHOOLS EXPLORING SOCIETY
H.12 BRITISH SUB-AQUA CLUB
H.13 CAPTAIN SCOTT CRICKET CLUB
H.14, H.15 CAPTAIN SCOTT SOCIETY
H.16, H.17 THE CARNEGIE UNITED KINGDOM TRUST
H.18-H.21 THE CENTRAL COUNCIL OF PHYSICAL RECREATION
H.22 THE CHEST, HEART AND STROKE ASSOCIATION
H.23-H.28 COLSTON RESEARCH SOCIETY
H.29, H.30 DOGS AND QUARANTINE
H.31-H.36 THE DULVERTON TRUST
H.37 THE EXPLORERS CLUB
H.38 THE FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATION
H.39 THE FFALD-Y-BRENIN TRUST
H.40 FOOD AND ENERGY RESEARCH CENTRE
H.41 GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARTHRITIS TRUST
H.42-H.49 GLOUCESTERSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF YOUTH CLUBS
H.50 GLOUCESTERSHIRE OUTWARD BOUND ASSOCIATION
H.51 GREAT OUSE RESTORATION SOCIETY
H.52 GUILD OF AVIATION ARTISTS
H.53-H.63 THE INLAND WATERWAYS ASSOCIATION LTD
H.64-H.67 IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF SCOTT, ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 1984-1987
H.68 THE KENT WILDFOWLERS' ASSOCIATION
H.69, H.70 LAND HERITAGE
H.71 THE LOWER AVON NAVIGATION TRUST LTD
H.72 NATIONAL SCHOOL SAILING ASSOCIATION
H.73, H.74 NEWPORT WILDFOWLING AND GUN CLUB
H.75, H.76 OXFORD SCIENTIFIC FILMS LTD
H.77 THE REYNOLDS CLUB
H.78, H.79 ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY
H.80-H.92 ROYAL MINT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
H.93 THE ROYAL NAVAL ASSOCIATION, DURSLEY AND DISTRICT BRANCH
H.94 ROYAL PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
H.95-H.98 THE ROYAL SOCIETY
H.99-H.103 SCHOOL NATURAL SCIENCE SOCIETY
H.104-H.111 THE SCOUT ASSOCIATION
H.112-H.128 THE SOCIETY FOR WILDLIFE ART OF THE NATIONS (SWAN)
H.129 SOCIETY OF OLD FRIENDS
H.130 SOUTHERN HYDROFOILS LTD
H.131, H.132 SS GREAT BRITAIN PROJECT LTD
H.133-H.135 SURVIVAL INTERNATIONAL
H.136 THE ARTS FOR THE EARTH (TATE)
H.137 THORNBURY SAILING CLUB
H.138-H.199 UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM
H.200 WILDERNESS LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION
H.201-H.208 WILDFOWLERS' ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND (WAGBI)
H.209-H.217 WILDSCREEN
H.218, H.219 WILLIAM BLIGH TRUST
H.220-H.246 WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST
H.247 WORLD EXPEDITIONARY ASSOCIATION
H.248-H.255 WORLD SHIP TRUST
H.256 WRITERS' GUILD OF GREAT BRITAIN
H.257 YOUTH HOSTELS ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN
H.258-H.262 SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS

ANTARCTIC HERITAGE TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.1  1987

Administrative history:
Scott was Vice-Patron.

Contents:
Correspondence re preparations for fundraising campaign, with 1p typescript draft of a messuage of support by Scott for inclusion in a brochure.

ART FOR RELAXATION AND THERAPY TRUST (ART)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.2, H.3  1985-1987

2 folders.

Administrative history:
Scott was President.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers.

THE ATHENAEUM CLUB  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.4  1965, 1969

Administrative history:
Scott was elected a Member in 1965, resigning in 1969.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re Scott's election and resignation.

BOONE AND CROCKETT CLUB  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.5  1983

Administrative history:
Scott was an Associate Member.

Contents:
Correspondence etc re the ending of Scott's membership.

THE BRITISH INSTITUTE OF RECORDED SOUND  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.6  1954-1955

Administrative history:
Scott was a member.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers.

THE BRITISH INTERPLANETARY SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.7  1965

Administrative history:
Scott was a member.

Contents:
Letter confirming membership with a few related papers.

BRITISH MARITIME CHARITABLE FOUNDATION  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.8  1987

Administrative history:
Scott appears to have held an official position.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers.

BRITISH SAILORS SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.9  1954-1955

Administrative history:
Scott was Patron of the London Functions Committee.

Contents:
Minutes and correspondence re the 1954 and 1955 Trafalgar Fairs held by the Society.
The 1954 Trafalgar Fair may have included a Captain Scott exhibition.

BRITISH SCHOOLS EXPLORING SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.10, H.11  1954-1955, 1982-1989

2 folders.

Administrative history:
Scott was a Patron and a Member of Council.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers, mostly re meetings, functions etc.

BRITISH SUB-AQUA CLUB  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.12  1958, 1979, n.d

Administrative history:
Scott was a member.

Contents:
Correspondence etc, mostly re a proposal to add a statement in support of conservation to the club rules.

CAPTAIN SCOTT CRICKET CLUB  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.13  1983-1984

Administrative history:
At Oxford University. Scott was Honorary President.

Contents:
Correspondence re Scott's acceptance of the Honorary Presidency.

CAPTAIN SCOTT SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.14, H.15  1983-1989

2 folders.

Administrative history:
Scott was President.

Contents:
Correspondence etc, mostly re meetings and functions.

THE CARNEGIE UNITED KINGDOM TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.16, H.17  1948-1950

2 folders.

Administrative history:
This organisation gave at least one grant to the Severn Wildfowl Trust to assist it with building projects at Slimbridge.

Contents:
Correspondence re the Trust's application for a grant.

THE CENTRAL COUNCIL OF PHYSICAL RECREATION  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.18-H.21  1958-1961

4 folders.

Administrative history:
Scott was an Individual Member and served on the Outdoor Activities Advisory Committee.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re events, conferences etc.

THE CHEST, HEART AND STROKE ASSOCIATION  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.22  1985-1987

Administrative history:
Scott was an Honorary Vice-President.

Contents:
Correspondence etc re the Association's National Stroke Campaign.

COLSTON RESEARCH SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.23-H.28  1977-1989

Administrative history:
At Bristol University. Scott was President for the 1977-1978 academic year and a Member of Council.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers.

COLSTON RESEARCH SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.23  1977-February 1978

COLSTON RESEARCH SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.24-H.26  March-June 1978

3 folders.

Contents:
Included are papers re the Colston Symposium, April 1978, at which Scott gave introductory speeches.

COLSTON RESEARCH SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.27  1979-1983

COLSTON RESEARCH SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.28  1985-1989

DOGS AND QUARANTINE  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.29, H.30  1962

2 folders.

Administrative history:
A campaign supported by Scott to change the quarantine regulations affecting dogs.

Contents:
Correspondence etc, including a manuscript draft and carbon copy of a letter by Scott to the Editor of The Field.

THE DULVERTON TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.31-H.36  1971-1977

Administrative history:
The 'Captain Scott' was a Schooner chiefly financed by the Dulverton Trust and operated for adventure cruises by the Loch Eil Centre Trust of which Scott was President.

Contents:
Correspondence, mostly with the Dulverton Trust, and papers re the 'Captain Scott'.

THE DULVERTON TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.31, H.32  1971-1973

2 folders.

THE DULVERTON TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.33, H.34  1974-1975

2 folders.

THE DULVERTON TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.35, H.36  1976-1977

2 folders.

THE EXPLORERS CLUB  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.37  1968, 1976-1986

Administrative history:
In New York, USA. Scott was a Corresponding Member.

Contents:
Correspondence etc.

THE FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATION  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.38  1971-1973

Administrative history:
Scott was a member of the Family Planning International Campaign Committee.

Contents:
Correspondence etc re the aforementioned campaign.

THE FFALD-Y-BRENIN TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.39  1985

Administrative history:
Scott was a Patron.

Contents:
Correspondence etc.

FOOD AND ENERGY RESEARCH CENTRE  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.40  1978, 1985

Contents:
Correspondence etc re letters written by Scott in support of planning applications by the centre; report containing introductory note by Scott.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARTHRITIS TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.41  1983-1986

Administrative history:
Scott was a Patron.

Contents:
Correspondence etc, partly re a painting by Scott for the Trust's Christmas cards.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF YOUTH CLUBS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.42-H.49  1954-1989


Related information: See M.149 for further correspondence.

Administrative history:
Became the Gloucestershire Youth Association, ca 1982. Scott was President.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF YOUTH CLUBS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.42, H.43  1954, 1971

2 folders.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF YOUTH CLUBS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.44, H.45  1976-1978

2 folders.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF YOUTH CLUBS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.46  1979-1981

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF YOUTH CLUBS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.47  1982-1985

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF YOUTH CLUBS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.48, H.49  1986-1989

2 folders.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE OUTWARD BOUND ASSOCIATION  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.50  1976

Administrative history:
Scott appears to have been a Member of Council.

Contents:
Correspondence etc.

GREAT OUSE RESTORATION SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.51  1970-1972

Administrative history:
He was unable to attend the opening.

Contents:
Scott was President.
Correspondence, mostly re arrangements for Scott to officially open Roxton Lock.

GUILD OF AVIATION ARTISTS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.52  1982, 1987-1988

Administrative history:
Scott was Vice-President.

Contents:
Correspondence etc.

THE INLAND WATERWAYS ASSOCIATION LTD  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.53-H.63  1954-1986, n.d


Related information: See C.940-C.950 for papers relating to the IWA's involvement in the campaign by the River Derwent Trust.

Administrative history:
Scott was Vice-President. He resigned his position in December 1985 because of his disagreement with the IWA over its support for a campaign by the Yorkshire Derwent Trust.

Contents:
Correspondence, committee papers etc.

THE INLAND WATERWAYS ASSOCIATION LTD  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.53, H.54  1954

2 folders.

THE INLAND WATERWAYS ASSOCIATION LTD  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.55-H.58  1966

4 folders.

THE INLAND WATERWAYS ASSOCIATION LTD  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.59  1967-1968

THE INLAND WATERWAYS ASSOCIATION LTD  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.60  1969-1972

THE INLAND WATERWAYS ASSOCIATION LTD  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.61, H.62  1974, 1975, 1981, 1983

2 folders.

THE INLAND WATERWAYS ASSOCIATION LTD  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.63  1985-1986, n.d

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF SCOTT, ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 1984-1987  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.64-H.67  1986-1989

4 folders.


Related information: See E.234, E.235 for a National Geographic article by Scott relating to this expedition.

Administrative history:
Scott was a Patron. The expedition to the South Pole, 1984-1987, was led by Robert Swan.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers mostly re matters connected with the completion of the expedition.

THE KENT WILDFOWLERS' ASSOCIATION  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.68  1958-1959

Administrative history:
Scott was Guest of Honour at the Association's Annual Dinner in May 1959.

Contents:
Correspondence etc, mostly re arrangements.

LAND HERITAGE  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.69, H.70  1982-1988

2 folders.

Administrative history:
Scott was a Sponsor.

Contents:
Correspondence etc.

THE LOWER AVON NAVIGATION TRUST LTD  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.71  1984

Administrative history:
Scott was a Patron.

Contents:
Correspondence re Scott's continuation as Patron.

NATIONAL SCHOOL SAILING ASSOCIATION  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.72  1967-1985

Administrative history:
Scott was a Vice-President.

Contents:
Correspondence re Scott's re-elections as Vice-President.

NEWPORT WILDFOWLING AND GUN CLUB  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.73, H.74  1958-1971

2 folders.

Administrative history:
Scott was President.

Contents:
Correspondence etc.

OXFORD SCIENTIFIC FILMS LTD (FORMERLY OXFORD BIOLOGICAL FILMS)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.75, H.76  1968-1970, 1975, 1977

2 folders.


Related information: See M.2176 for related material.

Administrative history:
Scott assisted the company in various matters and was a member of its panel of scientific consultants.

Contents:
Correspondence.

THE REYNOLDS CLUB  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.77  1954, 1978, 1987

Administrative history:
Scott was a member.

Contents:
Correspondence etc.

ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.78, H.79  1979-1984

2 folders.


Related information: See G.90 for draft of Scott's acceptance speech.

Administrative history:
Scott was a member of the 150th Anniversary Appeal Committee.

Contents:
Correspondence etc re the Appeal, the award of the Founder's Medal to Scott (1983) and other matters.

ROYAL MINT ADVISORY COMMITTEE  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.80-H.92  1979-1989

Administrative history:
Scott was a member.

Contents:
Correspondence, committee papers etc.

ROYAL MINT ADVISORY COMMITTEE  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.80-H.84  1979-1982

5 folders.

ROYAL MINT ADVISORY COMMITTEE  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.85-H.87  1983-1986

3 folders.

ROYAL MINT ADVISORY COMMITTEE  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.88-H.92  1987-1989

5 folders.

THE ROYAL NAVAL ASSOCIATION, DURSLEY AND DISTRICT BRANCH  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.93  1982, 1983

Administrative history:
Scott was Patron.

Contents:
Correspondence re invitations to functions.

ROYAL PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.94  1983-1984

Contents:
Correspondence re arrangements for the Royal Photographic Society and the University of Bath lecture, 16 February 1984, which Scott chaired.

THE ROYAL SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.95-H.98  1987-1989

4 folders.


Related information: See A.354 for press release re Scott's election.

Administrative history:
Scott was elected a Fellow under Statute 12 on 25 June 1987.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers, mostly re Scott's election and subsequent formal admission into the Royal Society.

SCHOOL NATURAL SCIENCE SOCIETY  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.99-H.103  1981-1984

Administrative history:
Scott accepted the office of President for a three-year term from March 1982.

Presidential Address by Scott at the Society's AGM, 24 April 1982.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.99-H.102  [n.d.]


Related information: See also G.85 for a typescript of the speech.

Presidential Address by Scott at the Society's AGM, 24 April 1982.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.99, H.100  June 1981-April 1982

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence, mostly re arrangements

'The Survival of the Natural World', Scott's speech.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.101, H.102  [n.d.]

'The Survival of the Natural World', Scott's speech.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.101  n.d

Contents:
10pp typescript.

'The Survival of the Natural World', Scott's speech.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.102  1982

Contents:
Correspondence re the publication of the speech in Natural Science in Schools, Autumn 1982.
With corrected proofs.

School Natural Science Society  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.103  1982-1984

Contents:
Correspondence re meetings and conferences

THE SCOUT ASSOCIATION (FORMERLY THE BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.104-H.111  1957-1989

Administrative history:
Scott was a Member of Council.

THE SCOUT ASSOCIATION (FORMERLY THE BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.108-H.108  1957-1961

5 folders.

Contents:
General correspondence and Council papers.

THE SCOUT ASSOCIATION (FORMERLY THE BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.109  1980-1989

Contents:
General correspondence and Council papers.

THE SCOUT ASSOCIATION (FORMERLY THE BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.110, H.111  1981-1984

2 folders.

Contents:
Correspondence etc, mostly in connection with the North Taunton Scout Group
Contents of a file.

THE SOCIETY FOR WILDLIFE ART OF THE NATIONS (SWAN)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.112-H.128  1982-1992

Administrative history:
Scott was President, 1982-1989. Philippa Scott succeeded him as President on his death.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers, mostly re events, fund-raising etc.
A small amount of correspondence relates to the loaning or exhibiting of paintings by Scott.

THE SOCIETY FOR WILDLIFE ART OF THE NATIONS (SWAN)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.112-H.114  1982-1984

3 folders.

THE SOCIETY FOR WILDLIFE ART OF THE NATIONS (SWAN)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.115-H.118  1985-1986

4 folders.

THE SOCIETY FOR WILDLIFE ART OF THE NATIONS (SWAN)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.119-H.122  1987-1989

4 folders.

THE SOCIETY FOR WILDLIFE ART OF THE NATIONS (SWAN)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.123-H.128  1990-1992

6 folders.

SOCIETY OF OLD FRIENDS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.129  1955

Contents:
Correspondence etc arising from a dinner at which Scott was guest of honour.

SOUTHERN HYDROFOILS LTD  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.130  1966

Administrative history:
Scott assisted the company by proposing a colour scheme for its hydrofoils.

Contents:
Correspondence etc.

SS GREAT BRITAIN PROJECT LTD  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.131, H.132  1968-1985

2 folders

Administrative history:
Scott was a Member, later possibly a Governor, and gave advice on various matters.

Contents:
Correspondence.

SURVIVAL INTERNATIONAL  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.133-H.135  1982-1987

3 folders

Administrative history:
Scott was a Sponsor.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers.

THE ARTS FOR THE EARTH (TATE)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.136  1985-1986

Administrative history:
Scott was a Patron.

Contents:
Correspondence etc.

THORNBURY SAILING CLUB  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.137  1967, 1970

Contents:
Correspondence.

UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.138-H.199  1973-1987


Related information: See D.736-D.742 for papers re Conference of Executive Heads of Commonwealth Universities and 13th Commonwealth Universities Congress held at the University in August 1983. See Section G for papers re speeches given by Scott at University functions.

Administrative history:
Scott was Chancellor, 1974-1983.

Correspondence and papers re Scott's election as Chancellor and the Installation Ceremony on 15 May 1974.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.138-H.147  [n.d.]


Related information: See also NCUACS 87/8/99/A.209.

Correspondence and papers re Scott's election as Chancellor and the Installation Ceremony on 15 May 1974.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.138-H.140  October 1973-June 1974

3 folders

Contents:
Correspondence etc

Correspondence and papers re Scott's election as Chancellor and the Installation Ceremony on 15 May 1974.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.141, H.142  1974

2 folders

Contents:
Letters of congratulations on Scott's appointment as Chancellor, January-June 1974.

Correspondence and papers re Scott's election as Chancellor and the Installation Ceremony on 15 May 1974.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.143  1974

Contents:
5pp manuscript speech notes entitled '14 May 1974 Dinner. Reply to Vice-Chancellor'.

Speech by Scott given at the luncheon following the Installation Ceremony, 15 May 1974.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.144, H.145  [n.d.]

Speech by Scott given at the luncheon following the Installation Ceremony, 15 May 1974.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.144  1974

Contents:
Various manuscript preparatory notes.

Speech by Scott given at the luncheon following the Installation Ceremony, 15 May 1974.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.145  1974

Contents:
Manuscript draft of speech with corrections and inserts; typescript draft with manuscript corrections; 7pp copy of typescript final version.

Correspondence and papers re Scott's election as Chancellor  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.146  c1974

Contents:
Order of Proceedings, annotated by Scott, and other papers re arrangements and procedure.

Correspondence and papers re Scott's election as Chancellor  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.147  c 1974

Contents:
Photographs of Scott taken during the Installation Ceremony.

University Degree Congregations, 11, 12 July 1974, attended by Scott.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.148-H.150  [n.d.]

University Degree Congregations, 11, 12 July 1974, attended by Scott.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.148  1974

Contents:
Various manuscript and typescript notes for a speech given by Scott at the Graduation Dinner, 12 July 1974.

University Degree Congregations, 11, 12 July 1974, attended by Scott.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.149, H.150  1974

2 folders

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re arrangements.

Correspondence and papers re Scott's election as chancellor  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.151  1974-1975

Contents:
Correspondence etc re nominations for Honorary Degrees etc

Correspondence and papers re Scott's election as chancellor  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.152, H.153  1974-1975

2 folders

Contents:
Correspondence etc re a visit by Scott to the University on 4 March 1975 to unveil a plaque and to give and Open Lecture, 1974-1975.
Included is a typescript draft and typescript corrected version of Scott's speech at the unveiling ceremony.
The Open Lecture was entitled 'What are we all here for?'

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.154-H.161  1974-1975

8 folders

Correspondence and papers re Scott's election as chancellor  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.162, H.163  1975

2 folders

Contents:
Visit of the Queen to the University on 27 June 1975.
Correspondence and papers re arrangements, with a typescript draft of Scott's welcoming speech.

Correspondence and papers re Scott's election as chancellor  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.164-H.167  1975

4 folders

Contents:
Symposium: 'Man and his environment', 18-23 September 1975.
Scott gave the Final Address on 23 September.
Correspondence and papers, mostly re arrangements.

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.168-H.192  1976-1989

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.168-H.172  1976

5 folders

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.173-H.177  1977

5 folders

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.178, H.179  1978

2 folders

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.180, H.181  1979

2 folders

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.182  1980

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.183, H.184  1981

2 folders

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.185, H.186  1982

2 folders

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.187-H.191  1983

5 folders

General correspondence and papers  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.192  1984, with a few letters 1987, 1989.

Correspondence and papers re the Institute of Occupational Health  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.193-H.197  1980-1983

5 folders

Contents:
Contents of a file.

Correspondence and papers re the Institute of Occupational Health  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.198, H.199  ca 1974-1983

2 folders


Related information: See also NCUACS 87/8/99/A.708.

Contents:
Photographs of Scott taken at various ceremonies and events during his period as Chancellor

WILDERNESS LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.200  1980

Administrative history:
Scott was a member of the International Advisory Council.

Contents:
Typescript draft, with manuscript corrections, by Scott for a foreword to a brochure; related letters.

THE WILDFOWLERS' ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND (WAGBI)  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.201-H.208  1958-1975

General correspondence etc, partly re Scott's contributions of illustrations to the Wildfowler magazine.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.201-H.205  [n.d.]

General correspondence etc, partly re Scott's contributions of illustrations to the Wildfowler magazine.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.201-H.203  1958-1966

3 folders

General correspondence etc, partly re Scott's contributions of illustrations to the Wildfowler magazine.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.204, H.205  1968-1975

2 folders

Contents:
Included is correspondence re Scott's contribution of a cover illustration and preface to The New Wildfowler in the 1970s (London, 1970).

Preface and cover illustration by Scott to The New Wildfowler (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.206-H.208  [n.d.]

Preface and cover illustration by Scott to The New Wildfowler (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.206  n.d

Contents:
Manuscript draft of preface, partly in Scott's hand, with corrections; 2 typescript drafts of the same (6pp and 4pp) with manuscript corrections; 3pp manuscript and typescript notes.

Preface and cover illustration by Scott to The New Wildfowler (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.207  n.d

Contents:
5pp draft pencil sketches for cover illustration.

Preface and cover illustration by Scott to The New Wildfowler (London, 1961).  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.208  1960-1961

Contents:
Correspondence re publication

WILDSCREEN  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.209-H.217  1987-1989


Related information: See also Section G and NCUACS 87/8/99/A.352.

Administrative history:
A wildlife film and television festival organised by the World Wildlife Fund with the help of the BBC and other organisations. Scott was President.

Correspondence and papers, mostly re the 'Wildscreen '88' event, 5-11 October 1988.  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.209-H.215  1987-October 1988

7 folders

Wildscreen  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.216  1988

Contents:
Wildscreen evening at BAFTA, London, 5 December 1988.
Correspondence and papers re arrangements, including a typescript draft of a speech by Scott.

Wildscreen  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.217  October 1988-1989

Contents:
General correspondence etc

WILLIAM BLIGH TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.218, H.219  1987-1989

2 folders

Administrative history:
Scott appears to have been a Trustee.

Contents:
Correspondence etc re meetings, functions.

THE WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.220-H.246  1967-1988

Administrative history:
Scott was a Member of Council.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers, mostly re the awarding of Travelling Fellowships, particularly those connected with environmental conservation.

THE WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.220-H.223  1967-1969

4 folders

THE WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.224-H.226  1971

3 folders

THE WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.227-H.229  1974

3 folders

THE WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.230, H.231  1976-1977

2 folders

THE WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.232  1978

THE WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.233-H.245  1983-1985

13 folders

THE WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.246  1986-1988

WORLD EXPEDITIONARY ASSOCIATION  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.247  1975-1976

Administrative history:
Scott was a Joint Honorary President.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers.

WORLD SHIP TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.248-H.255  1982-1989

Administrative history:
Scott was a Vice-President.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers.

WORLD SHIP TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.248-H.252  1982-1983

5 folders.

WORLD SHIP TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.253, H.254  1984, 1987

2 folders

WORLD SHIP TRUST  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.255  1988-1989

THE WRITERS' GUILD OF GREAT BRITAIN  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.256  1985-1989

Administrative history:
Scott was a member.

Contents:
Correspondence re membership and various papers.

YOUTH HOSTELS ASSOCIATION  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.257  1978-1983

Administrative history:
Scott was Vice-President of the Midland Regional Group.

Contents:
Correspondence re Scott's re-election as Vice-President.

SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.258-H.262  1959-1988, n.d

Arrangement: Papers arranged chronologically.


Contents:
Various organisations.

SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.258  1959-1960

SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.259  1981, 1986

SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.260  1983-1987

SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.261  1984-1986

SHORTER CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS  NCUACS 87.8.99/H.262  1987-1988, n.d

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