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Glasgow University Archive Services: 2003 Accessions

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  • Macfie family, sugar refiners, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Greenock: corresp rel to extraction of sugar from beet (transferred from Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew) 1836-41 (DC 120)
  • John Scott Maclay, 1st Viscount Muirshiel (addnl): papers rel to Sir William Burrell's Trust, Burrell Collection architects' competition and the M77 extension 1960-92 (DC371)
  • Elizabeth Reid, teacher: educational and teaching papers 1933-87 (Accn 2424)
  • Ailsa Shipbuilding Co Ltd, Troon (addnl): technical records 1876-1989 (GD400)
  • John Brown & Co (Clydebank) Ltd, shipbuilders (addnl): ship costing records and balance sheets 1905-49 (Accn 2379)
  • Caledonian Railway Society: inquiry reports, directors' reports, published material, plans 1860-1959 (Accn 2391)
  • Fazzi Bros Ltd, grocers and wine merchants, Glasgow: minutes and financial records c1924-99 (Accn 2329)
  • David Ferguson, surveyor, Glasgow: letter books and notebooks (transferred from the Bank of Scotland Archives) 1890-1930 (Accn 2500)
  • Ivory & Sime plc, investment trust managers, Edinburgh (addnl): records (UGD228)
  • Kelvin Diesels Ltd, marine engine manufacturers, Glasgow (addnl): brochures, drawings and photographs incl associated companies 1933-77 (UGD366)
  • John McKellar, brass founder, Dumfries: personal and business papers 1891-1969 (Accn 2392)
  • McGeachy & Macfarlane, manufacturing chemists, Glasgow: business corresp 1853-95 (Accn 2422)
  • Monarch Steamship Co Ltd, Glasgow: minutes, letter books, financial records, voyage books 1896-1969 (Accn 2463)
  • Joseph Outram, merchant and speculator: accounts (transferred from the Bank of Scotland Archives) 1824-30 (Accn 2500)
  • Scottish Furniture Manufacturers' Association, Glasgow: minutes 1890-1992 (Accn 2469)