Item is a bound book of lecture notes written as a series of consecutively numbered questions and answers on moral philosophy. The book was written during the 1838-1839 session of Professor Hercules Scott's lectures and contains 125 closely written pages.
Item is a photograph of Rt. Hon. Margaret G. Bondfield, J. P., M. P., L. L. D., Minister of Labour in second Labour Cabinet, first woman Cabinet Minister and Privy Councillor, appointed Minister of Labour by Ramsay MacDonald.
Item is a videocassette with two videos produced by Northern Ireland, Channel 4. "The Drip" uses a method of comedy to deliver serious statements for entertainment. "The Funerals of IRA Volunteers" is about two IRA volunteers were trapped on the grounds of Gransha Hospital in Derry and assassinated by the SAS, and the thousands who attended their funeral afterwards.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds commenting on the British as animal lovers. She talks about how British people are concerned about animal welfare and how they love their pets. The recording is preceded by a short clip of people applauding.
Item is a series of short recordings which all appear to have been recorded in England. The recordings include and unidentified man talking about the life span of earthworms; sounds from a train station; sounds from a sporting event, possibly a horse race; and a brass band playing God Save the Queen.
Item is a photographic slide depicting the Beethoven House in Bonn, Germany, a memorial site and museum studying the life and works of composer Ludwig van Beethoven. There are three people standing outside, and one sitting in a top window.
Item is a photographic slide depicting the Hammerschmidt Villa, which was the primary official seat and primary official residence of the President of the Federal Republic of Germany from 1950 to 1994. It is pictured from a distance with a path and trees.
Item is a photographic slide of a mountain by the Mosel River below Lasserg, Germany. There are a few houses and vines growing on sticks on the mountain, and a road can be seen in the bottom right corner.
Item is a photographic slide of a mountain by the Mosel Valley from Lasserg, Germany. There is water visible at the bottom of the Valley. The Mosel Valley (also spelled Moselle) borders on three countries including Germany, and is famous for its wine.
Item is a photographic slide of the Basilica of Constantine (also known as the Aula Palatina) in Trier, Germany. Only the circular portion of the building is depicted, with a small pile of rubble in front.
Item is a photographic slide of the Amphitheater in Trier, Germany looking in. The photograph is taken from an outside entrance to the side of the path, looking in. There is grass on the main floor of the Amphitheater.
Item is a photographic slide of the Amphitheater in Trier, Germany looking in. The photograph is taken from an outside entrance looking directly in. There is grass on the main floor of the Amphitheater.