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Cunningham, Daniel John, 1850-1909 (professor of anatomy, Trinity College Dublin)

 Person

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Addresses to Royal Zoological Society of Dublin, 1878 - 1903

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Identifier: Coll-11/C3+A260
Scope and Contents Addresses to Royal Zoological Society of Dublin: on occasion of Queen Victoria's visit to Dublin (1900); on opening of the Robert's Lion House; on Dnaiel Cunningham's resigning from the office of Secretary; on Daniel Cunningham's resigning from the office of President (1903). File also includes a manuscript copy of address by Dr Samuel Haughton, FRS, 1878 and an incomplete copy of the Society's Report for 1902.
Dates: 1878 - 1903

Addresses to the Royal Dublin Society, c 1895 - 1902

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Identifier: Coll-11/C4
Scope and Contents Eight addresses to the Royal Dublin Society on a variety of topics including: telegraphy, fishery survey, society business, E. Dubois memoir "Pithicanthropus Erectus" (1894).
Dates: c 1895 - 1902

Blue notebook entitled "Addresses. Introductory Lectures. Edinburgh Chair.", 1903

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Identifier: Coll-11/B19
Scope and Contents 23. Blue notebook entitled "Addresses. Introductory Lectures. Edinburgh Chair." draft of inaugural lecture (1903). Later in notebook: notes on the literature relating to the ecclesiastical and academic colours and a draft paper on the question of the admission of women to the medical school in Edinburgh (Cunningham was opposed to this).
Dates: 1903

Deputation on proposed National Anthropometric Survey to Prime Minister, c 1903 - c 1908

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Identifier: Coll-11/D5
Scope and Contents Deputation on proposed National Anthropometric Survey to Prime Minister: manuscript draft of Daniel Cunningham's address (4pp.), invitation from Anthropological Institute to join deputation, memorandum concerning proposed survey, official reports from the Royal Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons agreeing to join the deputation.
Dates: c 1903 - c 1908

Dublin "Farewell Addresses", n.d.

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Identifier: Coll-11/C7
Scope and Contents Dublin "Farewell Addresses": to Anatomy Class, Trinity College; to colleagues; at "Dinner given by the Honour Students of Trinity College when cup presented".
Dates: n.d.

Dublin "Special Addresses", 1886 - 1893

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Identifier: Coll-11/C5
Scope and Contents Dublin "Special Addresses" : on "Home Rule" with press cuttings to the Royal Veterinary College (Daniel Cunningham served on its Board of Governors)(1893); on Report to the Irish Academy (1886); on University Reform; Speech to St Andrews' Dinner on "Brain Measurements at Different Ages."
Dates: 1886 - 1893

Dublin "Special Addresses", c 1901

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Identifier: Coll-11/C6
Scope and Contents Dublin "Special Addresses": on "Anthropoid Apes; in support of a motion re. Society (sic) aid to soldiers and sailors; opening of an exhibition at Trinity College Natural History Museum; to the Biological Association, Trinity College Dublin, on the muscular system.
Dates: c 1901

Edinburgh: "Special" lectures and addresses, 1906

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Identifier: Coll-11/C8
Scope and Contents Edinburgh: "Special" lectures and addresses:

Anatomical Association (DJC served as President)

Royal Medical Society Dinner

Association of Physicians and Surgeons

Students' Union

Annual meeting of University Union

to Members of Naval Medical Service

"to a student gathering"

Dates: 1906

Lectures and addresses on unidentified occasions, n.d.

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Identifier: Coll-11/C11
Scope and Contents Lectures and addresses on unidentified occasions. The lectures are on scientific subjects, mainly the brain.
Dates: n.d.

Presidential Address to the Royal Anthropological Institute, "Anthropology in the Eighteenth Century" (printed copy with Cunningham's corrections), 28 January 1908

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Identifier: Coll-11/C12
Scope and Contents

Presidential Address to the Royal Anthropological Institute, "Anthropology in the Eighteenth Century" on 28 January 1908:

- printed copy with Dnaiel Cunningham's corrections;

- Correspondence relating to portraits included in the printed address (including correspondence with Sir William Lawrence's family who sent two additional photographs of Lawrence);

- Correspondence following publication (not all signatures have been deciphered).

Dates: 28 January 1908