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    • A comparative cultural approach within fund raising theory : looking at British and American museums 

      Watt, Eliza B. (University of St Andrews, 2003) - Thesis
      This text is a study of the cultural approach within fund raising theory in museums, looking specifically at museums within the United States and Great Britain. The definition of fund raising is established, as well as a ...
    • Furnishing Britain : Gothic as a national aesthetic, 1740–1840 

      Lindfield, Peter Nelson (University of St Andrews, 2012-09) - Thesis
      Furniture history is often considered a niche subject removed from the main discipline of art history, and one that has little to do with the output of painters, sculptors and architects. This thesis, however, connects the ...
    • Occupational clothing in Fife museums, 1790-1914 

      Macrae, Joanna M. (University of St Andrews, 2004) - Thesis
      This thesis surveys the holdings of occupational clothing in Fife museums' collections and considers whether they form a representative selection in relation to the occupational structure of Fife between 1790 and 1914. ...
    • 'Sons of Crispin' : the St Crispin societies of Edinburgh and Scotland 

      Marwick, Sandra M. (University of St Andrews, 2013-11-29) - Thesis
      City of Edinburgh Museums and Galleries hold a substantial collection of artefacts and record books donated in 1909 by the office bearers of the Royal Ancient Order of St Crispin. This organisation was the final reincarnation ...