Class notes - Lectures on Agriculture and Entemology, given by Professor Wallace and Dr. Fream
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Spine-title and title-page both indicate that the volume is Volume II.
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Biographical / Historical
On 14 February 1920, Dundas married Winifred Hersey MacKenzie, the youngest daughter of Colin James MacKenzie WS., JP., of Portmore.
David John Wauchope Dundas lived at Woodhouselee, Milton Bridge, Midlothian, and at Machany House, Perthshire, and died on 24 September 1938, pre-deceasing his wife who died in July 1946. Their son, William John Dundas (1923-1965), was a survivor of the sinking of HMS Hood by the German battleship Bismarck in May 1941.
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- Lectures on Agriculture given by Professor Robert Wallace, session 1906-1906, and on Entemology given by Dr. William Fream, January 1906, and taken down by David John Wauchope Dundas (1886-1938)
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