Manuscripts of and relating to several David Toulmin works have been deposited in the University. These have been drawn together for the purposes of this collection level description, and are described below under their respective accession numbers.
GB 231 MS2823 Manuscript of Rab o'the Barnyard, published as Hard Shining Corn (Aberdeen: Impulse, 1972) and of Straw into Gold; a Scots Miscellany (Aberdeen: Impulse, 1973)
GB 231 MS 2830 Manuscript of volumes 6 and 7 of A North-East Diary (1963 - 1970). Earlier volumes are deposited in the National Library of Scotland
GB 231 MS 2980 Manuscripts of Blown Seed (Edinburgh: Harris, 1978) and Harvest Home (Edinburgh: Harris, 1978)
GB 231 MS 3048 Manuscripts of Close the Door Softly [publication details not established], The Tillycorthie Story (Aberdeen: The Centre for Scottish Studies, University of Aberdeen, 1986) and The Clyack Sheaf: Sketches of Life and Characters in Northeast Scotland (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1986)
GB 231 MS 3065 Manuscript of Travels Without a Donkey: Windscreen Memoirs of Scotland and Northumbria (Aberdeen: Gourdas, 1980)
GB 231 MS3114 Manuscript of A Chiel among Them: a Scots Miscellany(Aberdeen: Gourdas House, 1982)
GB 231 MS3569 Folders containing miscellaneous manuscript and typescript articles by David Toulmin, c 1925 - 1970s, including an article on the history of Great Britain, written aged 12. Most, though not all, of the articles have been published; details of place and date of publication are given where known.