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FOULKES, Maj Gen Charles Howard (1875-1969)

Papers relating to command of the Ordnance Survey of Scotland, 1904-1909

References on this page: FOULKES: 5/1-12


FOULKES: 5/1

1904 Oct 12

Letter from Thomas Fischer in Southsea, congratulating Foulkes on his appointment to the Ordnance Survey. 2pp


FOULKES: 5/2

1905 Feb

Invoice from John Taylor and Son, upholsters, listing furnishings supplied to Foulkes at 20 Polwarth Terrace, Edinburgh. 6pp


FOULKES: 5/3

1905 Jul 4

Letter from Herbert Oakey in Eastbourne, referring to the furnishings supplied by John Taylor and Son. 1p


FOULKES: 5/4

c1905

Letter from N Stevenson, referring to hockey matches. 1p


FOULKES: 5/5

1907 Oct 25

Letter from J Beynon, Honourary Secretary of the Ordnance Survey Cricket Club, listing batting and bowling averages and financial accounts for the 1907 season. 1p


FOULKES: 5/6

1907

Programme for the Royal Edinburgh Asylum centenary celebrations held at Craig House on 12 Jul. 3pp


FOULKES: 5/7

c1908

Programme of music to be played by the band of the Royal Highland Regiment (Black Watch). [Occasion not known]. 1p


FOULKES: 5/8

1909 Mar-Apr

Mainly About Books, Vol II, no 11 including article based on a paper by Maj W C Hedley and featuring photographs taken by Foulkes entitled, 'The Ordnance Survey and its History'. With letters from the publisher, T Fisher Unwin, requesting suitable photographs for the article. 1 booklet, 2pp


FOULKES: 5/9

c1909

Names and addresses of personnel involved in the Ordnance Survey of Scotland. 2pp


FOULKES: 5/10

1913

Text Book of Topographical and Geographical Surveying (HMSO second edition, 1913) by Col C F Close, revised by Capt E W Cox. 1 vol


FOULKES: 5/11

1904 Oct-1909

Photograph album of Scotland, mainly tourist attractions including scenes of Caithness, Dunrobin, Dunbeath, Edinburgh, the Forth Bridge, Loch Katrine, Wick fisheries, Orkney, Fife, Stirling, Ayr. With Ordnance Survey in Caithness, example of photographic reconnaissance by intersections at Rosapena in Donegal, fieldworks at the Curragh, Aug 1907, and hockey for Scotland and the 'Follies' team in 1909. 1 vol


FOULKES: 5/12

1940, 1946-1947

Papers relating to the identification of the subjects in photographs taken while in commanding the Ordnance Survey of Scotland, 1904-1909 including a list of subjects (not comprehensive). 10pp

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