Personal diaries of William Gauldie, schoolteacher, 1845-1922; financial accounts, 1834-1960; business records, 1901-1991; correspondence, 1914-1987.
Papers of the Gauldie Family
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
William Gauldie was a miller and lived from 1809 until 1852. His son, William Gauldie (18451922), was a schoolteacher and lived at Kinnell in Angus. His son, also William Gauldie (1876-1945), was an architect in Dundee. Kenneth Gauldie served in the First World War before working as an engineer in Glasgow for the Onaway Engineering Co. and later in Edgbaston. In late 1929-early 1930, Kenneth moved to Canada where he lived and worked as an engineer until his death on 16th February 1973.
Papers are arranged as described above.
Conditions Governing Access
Open for consultation subject to preservation requirements. Access must also conform to the restrictions of the Data Protection Act and any other appropriate legislation
The diaries, financial accounts and the majority of the business accounts relate to these three William Gauldies. The remaining business accounts and the correspondence all relate to the youngest William Gauldie's (1876-1945) two sons, letters from Kenneth to William.
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Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements
The records are on paper (letters and notebooks) and one photograph.
Fonds level description compiled by Jennifer Johnstone, May 2005. EAD description compiled by Sarah Bland, July 2005.
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