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Germany -- Berlin

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Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Diary of geologist James Nicol when he was an Edinburgh University student

Identifier: Coll-1914
Scope and Contents This is the manuscript diary of James nicol (1810-1879), an Edinburgh University student in medicine and natural history, who would later become a geologist and Professor of Natural history at the University of Aberdeen. The journal was written between the 10th of October 1840, to the 21st of March 1841, when he attended the Winter Session at Berlin University. Enclosed in the volume are typed notes, giving a rather detailed index of the diary's contents. In his journal, James Nicol...
Dates: 10 October 1840-21 March 1841

Gay Scotland, Issue 53, 1990

Identifier: GD61/10/2/55
Scope and Contents The front cover reads: “The Highland Perspective”, “Germany – One Nation?”, and “Taking the Strain!”.This issue includes: a report on an AIDS “die-in” arranged by ACT UP and held on the steps of the Scottish Office in Edinburgh; report on the 8th National Bisexual Conference; an article on the fall of the Berlin wall and the unification of Germany; an article titled “Out on Campus” which discussed being “out” at University or College; a feature on the “Highland Scene”; an article...
Dates: 1990

Papers of Sir William Turner, 1861-1912

 Sub-Fonds — Box CLX-A-1142
Identifier: Coll-1937/1
Scope and Contents This sub-fonds contains mostly letters and certificates relating to honours awarded to Sir William Turner throughout his life, such as the freedom of the city of Edinburgh, honorary memberships to scientific societies, membership to the Order of the Bath and the German Order Pour le Mérite, etc. Also includes documents relating to Turner's anatomy licence, and an envelope entitled ‘her last letter – obituary notices’ containing the last letter of his wife...
Dates: 1861-1912