Today Dr Bruce Peter has returned to the searchroom to look at the papers of Alexander Stephen & Sons (UGD4). Dr Peter is an academic at the Glasgow School of Art whose research covers architecture and design for transport, leisure… Read More ›
A new interactive online database, which will make thousands of the oldest documents in Scotland’s history available to the public, is being launched by the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, Michael Russell MSP, today at the University of… Read More ›
This week we were visited by George Douglas and George Lyall who were interested in viewing our Scottish Brewing Archive. Mainly interested in Scottish & Newcastle Breweries Ltd., they looked through documents such as in-house magazines and photographs. George Lyall… Read More ›
Over the past month, we have welcomed to our Searchroom David Singerman, a PhD student, all the way from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has joined the Centre for Business History in Scotland as an Associate Visiting Researcher and has… Read More ›
This week we welcomed back to our searchroom Professor Gordon Boyce and his wife Evelyn, from the Business Faculty of the University of Newcastle, Australia. The Boyces have been visiting GUAS, from across the globe, for many years with Professor… Read More ›
Using the Scottish Business Archive as a source for studying the response to the end of the British Empire
We recently welcomed to our searchroom Bryan Glass, a researcher from the University of Texas who is studying the impact of the end of the British Empire upon Scotland. Using the collections held as part of the Scottish Business Archive,… Read More ›
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