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The Edinburgh FestivalsCulture and Society in Post-war Britain$

Angela Bartie

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780748670307

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2013

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748670307.001.0001

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(p.235) Sources and Select Bibliography

(p.235) Sources and Select Bibliography

Source:
The Edinburgh Festivals
Publisher:
Edinburgh University Press

Oral History Interviews

All interviews are archived at the Scottish Oral History Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, and were conducted by the author.

John Calder, 7 May 2005 (Edinburgh)

Sheila Colvin, 3 May 2005 (Glasgow)

Richard Demarco, 2 March 2004 (Edinburgh)

Richard Demarco, 6 October 2004 (Edinburgh)

John Flattau (and Jim Haynes), 17 August 2003 (Edinburgh)

Jim Haynes, 17 August 2003 (Edinburgh)

Jim Haynes, 12 December 2003 (Paris)

Jim Haynes, 17 June 2005 (Paris)

Tom McGrath, 13 June 2005 (Kingskettle, Fife)

Alexander Moffat, 15 March 2012 (Glasgow – additional interviewer, Eleanor Bell)

Cordelia Oliver, 13 April 2005 (Glasgow)

Archive Sources

Edinburgh Central Library

Booksellers and Publishers: Press Cuttings, Vol. 1, 1932–64

Civic Theatres: Conference in Sunderland 31 October 1963, Notes by E. F. Catford, Depute Town Clerk.

Copies of letters received by Town Council in connection with Little Theatre, 1960.

Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama, Press Cuttings ‘Edinburgh Notes’, collection of press cuttings made by Elizabeth Mein, 1944–64 Moral Re-Armament Mission, Press Cuttings

Royal Lyceum Theatre: Press Cuttings, Vol. 1 (1963–5), Vol. 2 (1966), Vol. 3 (1967)

Scottish Association of the Lord’s Day Observance Society, Press Cuttings

(p.236) Edinburgh City Archives

Burgh Court Volumes

Early Festival Papers, 1944–7

Edinburgh Festival Council Agendas and Minutes, 1947–70

Edinburgh Festival Papers, 1946–68

Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama Programmes 1947–71

General Purposes Committee Files

Lord Provost’s Committee Files

Minutes of the Town Council of Edinburgh, 1945–6

Gallacher Memorial Library

Communist Party Culture Reports

Edinburgh Labour Festival Committee Papers

Plan of Work of National Cultural Committee up to Summer of 1953

National Library of Scotland: Manuscripts

Traverse Theatre Club Archives

James Bridie Papers

Edinburgh Festival Society Papers

National Records of Scotland

CH2/121/62–69: Church of Scotland Presbytery of Edinburgh Minute Book, Vols. V (1943–7), X (1959–61), XI (1962–4), XII (1965–7).

CH2/136/82: Minute Book, St Giles Kirk Sessions, 1945–52.

CO1/5/883: Scottish Arts Council 1965–73, Policy Files.

ED61/45: Scottish Education Department, Art Files, Bodies Concerned with the Arts, Edinburgh Festival Society: General 1946–72.

ED61/75–76: Scottish Arts Council 1965–73: Minutes of Meetings and Papers.

Scottish Theatre Archives

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Archives

Edinburgh Gateway Theatre Company Limited Council Minutes

Glasgow Unity Theatre Papers

Victoria and Albert Museum

Arts Council of Great Britain Archives

Newspapers, Journals And Magazines

Akros: Special Hugh MacDiarmid Issue

British Weekly: A Journal of Social and Christian Progress

British Weekly and Christian World

Daily Worker

(p.237) Edinburgh Evening News

Evening Dispatch

Evening News and Dispatch

Financial Times

Glasgow Herald

The Guardian

The Herald

Life and Work: The Record of the Church of Scotland

New Statesman

New Society

Our Heritage

Plays and Players

Scotland

Scots Magazine

The Scotsman

Scottish Daily Express

Scottish International

Scottish Theatre

Take Note!

The Times

Book Chapters and Journal and Magazine Articles

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