MS 3017 - Alexander Keith: journalist, author, farmer, broadcaster and historian: papers
1 - Diaries and related materials: Alexander Keith
2 - Library of Alexander Keith
3 - Papers concerning Eigie Farm, Balmedie, and farming topics including Aberdeen-Angus herd material
4 - Alexander Keith: radio talks and plays
5 - Notebooks and files containing texts of lectures and papers
6 - Newsprint cuttings and various articles of Alexander Keith
7 - Papers relating to folk song, dialect, and Gaelic literature
1 - Papers on various topics.
2 - Collection of dialect verses in folder entitled ‘Sit Siccar’; includes ‘Charles Murray’ and ‘Lays o’ Francis Villon’
3 - Fragments of North-East dialect verse and associated correspondence by Keith
4 - Notes on ballads, and associated correspondence, including letters from William Walker.
5 - Fragments of ballads in MS and newsprint with associated notes.
6 - Correspondence and papers concerning Burns; including original Burns lease from Inchbreck.
7 - Papers concerning Gavin Greig
8 - Gavin Greig: location index of ballads
9 - Gavin Greig: correspondence from various Gaelic scholars to Miss A.M. Davidson, concerning the 'Leabhar Dearg' of Clan Ranald
10 - Papers relating to Charles Murray
1 - Correspondence from Charles Murray.
2 - Letters from Lindsay Sayce with typescripts of poems by Charles Murray.
3 - Newsprint cuttings, off-prints and other papers concerning Charles Murray’s life and work
4 - Offprints of articles by Alexander Keith about Charles Murray.
5 - Correspondence with National Library of Scotland regarding Charles Murray manuscripts
6 - Miscellaneous holograph pieces and cuttings relating to Charles Murray
8 - Correspondence to Alexander Keith
9 - Papers of, or related to, William Walker
10 - Papers of John Stuart: Stuart estates of Inchbreck
11 - Papers of Alfred Wilford Keith, chemist, St Andrews
12 - Miscellaneous personal papers of Alexander Keith
13 - Framed photographic prints
14 - Miscellaneous volumes, pictures and documents
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