Folder containing black and white and colour contact sheets, negative strips and photographs, of various sizes. Most are annotated. Includes: Barlinnie's Special Unit exhibitions and arts festivals, and James Cowie drawings.
Folder containing black and white contact sheets and negatives of photographs taken by George Oliver. Most have been annotated. Also contains handwritten lists. Includes: Stirling, Liverpool, Edinburgh College of Art and Lillie Art Gallery.
Folder containing black & white negatives and contact sheets of photographs by George Oliver. Most are annotated. Various subjects. Includes: Scottish Arts Council Collection, University of Stirling, Murals in Bridgeton, Normam Ackroyd etchings and June Redfern.
Folder containing black and white photographs of performers and artists, taken by George Oliver and of various sizes. Some annotated. Some photographs are prints from DC 066/2/58-59. Includes: Richard Demarco and Pat Douthwaite.
Folder containing contact sheets and negatives of photographs taken by George Oliver. Most are annotated. Includes: D O Hill/Adamsonn exhibition, a copy of a photograph taken by Annan in 1914 of a Glasgow street scene, and copies of Annan portraits.
Folder containing black & white negatives and contact sheets of photographs taken by George Oliver. Most are annotated. Includes: general street scenes of London, London streetscenes featuring cars, Brighton, Liverpool, Tunbridge Wells and Burlington Arcade. The original packaging contains information about the camera George used and technical photographic information.
Folder containing black and white negatives and contact sheets by George Oliver. Most are annotated. Includes: opening of Bet Low Exhibition Nov. 1967, Jessie King Auction at Queen's Cross Church, Yugoslav Puppets at 3rd Eye, Fashion Exhibition R.S.M. Edinburgh and Dance Umbrella at Third Eye.
Folder containing black and white negatives, contact sheets, photographs and colour prints by George Oliver. Most are annotated. Also contains a leaflet for building tours and exhibitions of Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1994. Includes: Dovecot Tapestry, Scotch Myth at St Andrews, ceramics workshop Edinburgh 1973 and Third Eye book shop.
A collection of publications featuring the work of George and/or Cordelia Oliver. Includes: magazine and newspaper cuttings, Pronto, Scottish Field and a souvenir programme for a benefit concert for Wildcat Theatre productions benefit show in 1998. Some of the subjects covered by Cordelia in her articles are: Glasgow, The Glasgow School of Art and various art exhibitions.
Folder containing black and white photographs featuring children, taken by George and of various sizes. Some are annotated. Includes: performances at the Third Eye Centre, street scenes and the Scottish Piping Centre.
Folder containing negatives and contact sheets of photographs taken by George Oliver in relation to the Citizen's Theatre and The Goethe Institute. Includes: Goethe Institute, Goethe Medal presentation 1984, Mayfest press conference 1986, Citizen's Theatre board, canteen and backstage staff.
Folder containing 41 black and white photographs of various sizes taken by George Oliver. Some are annotated. Includes: washing lines at Templeton's Carpet Factory, interior of the City Chambers, interior of the Mackintosh Library showing book trolley in a Mackintosh style, Glasgow Cathedral and high rise flats.
Folder containing 84 black and white photographs depicting the clyde environment taken by George Oliver and of various sizes. Some have been annotated but most are unidentified. Includes: numerous pictures of clyde puffers steaming up and down the river, Grangemouth pictured from South Alloa, St Enoch Subway in the 1950s and taxi rank, a sail to the Kyles of Bute from Glasgow, Govan, cranes, bridges and various dock scenes.
A bundle of magazines, catalogues and booklets collected by Cordelia Oliver. Includes: Art Monthly, Art Review, Scottish Theatre News, Elizabeth Blackadder exhibition catalogue Mercury Gallery, 1991, Art in Scotland 1978-1988 catalogue, Scottish Actors Company Festival Brochure and Scottish International.
Folder containing colour negatives. Most are annotated. The photographs are presumed to have been taken by Cordelia Oliver as they are taken after George's death. Includes: Cordelia and her friends, Glasgow, The Vital Spark Clyde puffer and Pollokshields villas.
Folder containing colour negatives of photographs taken by George Oliver. Most are annotated. Includes: Glasgow Green, Greenock, Exhibition of Scottish Art in North of England, London, Morgot's Studio, Border Warfare at Tramway 1989, Wines from Paris Opening, Holyrood Park Festival Fringe Day 1996 and Glasgow streets.
Folder containing black and white negatives and contact sheets of photographs taken by George Oliver. Most are annotated. Includes: Joan Eardley exhibitions, Mackintosh furniture and the work of Jessie M. King.
Folder containing 8 contact sheets and 114 negative strip of photographs taken by George Oliver. Most are annotated. Although the folder is entitled 'Edinburgh', some of the material is of scenes outwith Edinburgh and of cars. For example: scenes of George's Rolls Royce at Doune, Broughton House and an Albion car dating from 1920. The Edinburgh material includes: Museum of Childhood, Edinburgh University, New Town and George Street lane sales. Some negatives relate to photographs in the previous folder entitled 'Edinburgh Prints'.
Folder containing 22 contact sheets and 224 negative of photographs taken by George Oliver. Majority are annotated. Includes: Museum of Childhood, Royal Scottish Museum, Henry Moore statues at Inverleith, New Town, Edinburgh University and Greyfriars graveyard.
Folder containing 76 black and white photographs of various scenes in Edinburgh, taken by George Oliver and of various sizes. Some annotated. Also contains a newspaper cutting of a picture taken by George of a horse and cart on the Royal Mile. Most date from the period that the Olivers lived in Edinburgh as their Edinburgh address is given on many of the photographs. Includes: Playfair Library, glass houses at the Botanic Gardens, Life Association of Scotland Building, Princes Street, George Street, George Street lane sales, Leith Docks and the New Town.
Folder containing black and white negatives and contact sheets of photographs taken by George Oliver. Most are annotated. Includes: Labour Party Eurofest at the Edinburgh Playhouse in 1984 as part of their election campaign for the European Elections with Neil Kinnock, Robin Cook and Donald Dewar speaking at such, Oriental Figurines and Scottish Crafts Trade Fair.
Folder containing black and white contact sheets and negatives of photographs of people taken by George Oliver. Also contains a typed alphabetical list of the people photographed. Includes: Whoopi Goldberg performing at the Third Eye in 1984, Sir Alexander Gibson, Alasdair Gray and Allen Ginsberg at Traverse Theatre.
Folder containing commercial work by Cordelia Oliver. Comprises of newspaper cuttings, magazine cuttings, sketches and illustrations. Some material has been mounted. Includes: illustrations for Christmas catalogues of Jenners and John Menzies, various magazine articles. Also includes a collage featuring a witch on a broom stick.
Folder containing some of George Oliver's work relating to motor cars. Includes what are presumably drafts for articles (some accompanied by the final published article), various published articles written by George, some correspondence and newspaper cuttings.
Collected information by Cordelia Oliver about her husband George Oliver and his publications. Includes: biography of George, a catalogue of books written by him and a copy of the book 'The Seeing Eye, The Life and Work of George Oliver' written by Cordelia Oliver and published in 1998.