Royal (Dick) Veterinary College (1839-1951| veterinary college)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: EUA IN2/4/2/5
Scope and Contents Contains some or all of the following details on students: name, session number, date, address, fees paid, name of parent/guardian
Identifier: EUA IN2/4/2/4
Scope and Contents Contains some or all of the following details on students: name, subject, marks and professional examination results
Collection — Box: CLX-A-352
Content Description A bronze and a silver medals in their cases awarded to Peter Haugh in the University's Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies for Zoology and Botany (1903-1904) and for Clinique (1906-1907); and three bronze medals from Edinburgh University awarded to Samuel M. Inkster for Chemistry (1869), General Pathology and Morbid Anatomy (1870-1871) and Practice of Medicine (1872-1873). Also includes an article by Gregor Macaulay explaining the medals.
Notebook of ailments and treatments entitled 'Practice of Medicine', written up by Herbert Thompson (d. 1957) at the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, Edinburgh, c. 1899
Scope and Contents Notebook describing animal ailments and treatments, including of the alimentary tract, soft palate, common sypmtoms of diseases of teeth, salivary glands, the liver, and inflamation of the udder etc. There are sub-headings such as: chanping of jaws, grinding of teeth, paralysis of lips, disease of parotid duct, and etc.
Identifier: EUA IN2/4/2/3
Scope and Contents to be completed
Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: EUA IN2/4/3
Scope and Contents Schedules of students separated into 3 categories: 1) Graduates; 2) Students who left or went on to complete at the Royal College of Vetrinary Surgeons; 3) Diploma in State Veterinary Medicine (DVSM) students. Content typically includes: name, birthplace, nationality, age, previous veterinary education, professional exams passed, school education, preliminary exams, name & address of parent/guardian, home address, Edinburgh address, academic results, signature, date. A...
Scope and Contents Two large black-and-white photographs showing students of the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, dated July 1896 and May 1897. The students' names are not given. Both groups are posing in front of William Dick's statue in the courtyard of the Clyde Street Building, which was used by the College from 1829 to 1916. The 1897 group includes a horse.