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1974: special unit 1974 35 mm

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.

Oliver, George

1979 Book 2 -1984

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.

Oliver, George

4 embroidered samples on range of fabrics

These items now form part of DC 029/7/17 and are as follows:

  • 1 x plain weave yellow sampler with pink and mustard interlacing stitches in wool (labelled KW/18/F)
  • 1 x grey linen sampler with 2 rows of sequins and metallic thread embroidery (labelled KW/18/G)
  • 1 x long linen sample with 7 plastic triangles and fabric collaged with stitching (labelled KW/18/J)
  • 1 x cream and yellow striped sampler with cotton and rayon embroidery (labelled KW/18/K)
  • Photographed in K.Whyte ''Design in Embroidery''.

Not available / given

71 - 75: Art Mostly

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.

Oliver, George

A - K prints

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.

Oliver, George

Accessories & Technical

Folder containing news cuttings: review of "Cars and Coachbuilding" written by George and illustrations  by George. Also some correspondence and typed drafts of articles about Rolls-Royce cars.

Oliver, George

Accounts

Includes:

  • GSAA/SEC/30/1/4/1 Workbook titled 'The Tryst Cash Accounts', Jan 1915.
  • GSAA/SEC/30/1/4/2 Calculations regarding the income and expenditure of the events held at the Belgium Tryst, Feb 1915.
  • GSAA/SEC/30/1/4/3  Typed list of the funds raised by the 'Belgian Market' stall at the Belgium Tryst, Feb 1915.
  • GSAA/SEC/30/1/4/4   List of funds raised through sales, subscriptions and admissions for the first day of the Belgium Tryst, Feb 1915.
  • GSAA/SEC/30/1/4/5 List of funds raised through sales, subscriptions and admissions for the second day of the Belgium Tryst, Feb 1915.
  • GSAA/SEC/30/1/4/6 Current account pass book for the Belgium Tryst, c1915.

Not available / given

Activities Week

Harry Barnes' papers relating to Activities Week at the Glasgow School of Art. Papers are mostly about the invitation of interesting speakers from the Arts sector to speak to students at Activities Week but also include other organisational papers. Activities Week began in 1971 with a circular letter to staff dated 04 Feb 1971 reading: "Arising out of a decision taken at a School Council meeting, a Committee of staff and students have prepared a programme of Activities which it is hoped will act as a stimulus to both staff and students midway through the Session" (within folder: DIR/13/13/5/4). Folders as follows: DIR/13/13/3/1: Activities Week Papers, 1971-1972 (1 folder): Includes: Correspondence about the Chairman's Lunch; correspondence thanking participants following Activities Week events; draft timetables and programmes; correspondence about visiting, travel and board arrangements for speakers at Activities Week including: David Hockney, Kenneth Grange, Magnus Pyke, J McGrath, and Eduardo Paolozzi; programme from the 'Dunstable Consort', a musical group providing a concert at Activities Week 1971-1972. DIR/13/13/3/2: Activities Week Papers, 1972-1973 (1 folder): Includes: Papers of the 'Action Group' for Activities Week e.g. notes of meetings; correspondence with invited speakers about matters such as travel and board arrangements, and thanks for participation, including the speakers: Peter Blake, Professor Reyner Banham, G M Shaw, John Gretton, Brian Ansen, Robert Mansley; copy of the published Activities Week 1973 programme; Activities Week work schedule providing details of what is required for each event; Activities week list of lunch invitations; correspondence with official bodies about aspects of Activities Week e.g. permission for the release of balloons; draft programmes for Activities Week; copy of printed magazine 'The Lifetime of my Bumpy Days' produced for Activities Week; list of names of those on the Action Group Committee; correspondence with School staff members and others involved in the organisation of Activities Week thanking them for their efforts; programme for a symposium on 20 Feb 1973 with the title 'Glasgow + or -'; document 'Outline Proposals for Symposium'; correspondence with speakers at the Symposium; correspondence about a display of Town and Country Planning artistic posters for Activities Week; correspondence about the organisation of an Activities Week Ceilidh; pressclipping about John Berger adding funds to the Booker Prize; notes about Activities Week costs. DIR/13/13/3/3: Activities Week Papers, 1973-1974 (1 folder): Includes: Draft programmes; correspondence about arrangements, travel and board for Activities Week speakers e.g. Michael Gold, Graham Caine, Bruce Haggart, Colin Moorcraft, Lutz Becker, Richard Smith, Chris Orr, Emilio Coia, Peter Cook, Ron Herron, Martin Dalby, L A Bawden, Andy Park; correspondence about insurance for a Richard Smith Exhibition; Activities Week Group Meeting minutes; financial estimates for Activities Week; biography notes about Richard Smith. DIR/13/13/3/4: Activities Week Papers, 1974-1976 (1 folder): Includes: Correspondence regarding the Student Representative Council, meetings to discuss Activities Week and student/staff communication; informational memoranda about Activities Week 1976; Activities Week meetings minutes; notices of Activities Week meetings; correspondence with the Scottish Arts Council about Activities Week; correspondence with official bodies such as Strathclyde Police, Council, and the City of Glasgow Parks Department about activities on Sauchiehall Street for Activities Week 1976; updates on Activities Week progress; correspondence with Radio Clyde about Activities Week events; correspondence with school staff in various departments about contributions to Activities Week; correspondence about a change in dates for Activities Week 1976; papers about a Lute Concert in the Mackintosh Lecture Theatre; correspondence with invited speakers/participants including: Patrick Heron, Geoffrey McNab from Scottish Ballet, Victor Papanek, John Foreman, John Young, Rigby Graham, Paul Findlay, Derick Jarman; copy of a printed programme for Activities Week 1975; draft programmes for Activities Week; correspondence with the Corporation of Glasgow Planning Department about a poster display; papers about a Norman Adams Exhibition; notes regarding possible speakers for Activities Week; draft programmes for Activities Week 1974; lunch invitations 1974.

Actual Grant Applications

Includes:

  • DC 028/7/3/4/1 Application to Millennium Commission November 1996, 1 folder
  • DC 028/7/3/4/2 Application to Scottish Arts Council Lottery (including early warning form) Summer 1997, 1 folder
  • DC 028/7/3/4/3 Economic Impact Assessment for Scottish Arts Council Summer 1997, 1 folder
  • DC 028/7/3/4/4 Investment Appraisal for Scottish Arts Council Summer 1997, 1 folder
  • DC 028/7/3/4/5 Supplementary Information for Assessors Summer 1997, 1 folder
  • DC 028/7/3/4/6 Revised Scottish Arts Council application phase one February (1998) 2 folders and 5 A3 outsize pages
  • DC 028/7/3/4/7 European Regional Development Fund application (final revised version) February 1998, 1 folder
  • DC 028/7/3/4/8 Millennium Spaces bid document May 1998, 1 folder.

Not available / given

Adam D O Hill

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.

Oliver, George

Alterations to St Mirin's Cathedral, Paisley

Correspondence, accounts, 2 drawings/plans, specifications for works and other papers relating to the project; includes printed pages providing biographical information on James Black, Bishop of Paisley; Edward Douglas, Bishop of Motherwell; and Donald A Campbell, D.D., Archbishop of Glasgow.

Gillespie, Kidd and Coia

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