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Lectures

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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Bound medical lecture notes and certificates of Victor F. Usher

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-1886
Scope and Contents Seventeen volumes of lectures notes by Victor Field Usher, a medical student at the University of Edinburgh in 1902-1907, who became the first physician to introduce Arsphenamine (the first effective treatment for syphilis, developed by Prof. Paul Ehrlich) to the UK. The fonds includes: Three volumes entitled Practice of Medicine - Gibson, Philip & Bruce containing notes and...

‘Burns as a Scots Folksong Collector’, 10 December 1910-20 January 1911

 File
Scope and Contents ‘Burns as a Scots Folksong Collector’. Burns lecture by Marjory Kennedy-Fraser, [20 January 1911], filed together with ‘Scottish National Song Society [...] Lecture by Mrs Kennedy-Fraser on Burns as a Scots Folk-Song Collector’, Edinburgh, 20 January 1911, leaflet, multiple copies, lecture text often on reverses of discarded letters etc., including stencilled letter from James Kyd, Edinburgh District Board of Lunacy, Edinburgh, 9 December 1910, ‘To the Town Clerk,...

Cramb Lectures (Glasgow University) given on Donald Francis Tovey by Henry Havergal (1902-1989)

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-1673
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of:
  1. University of Glasgow / Cramb Lectures / 1963 / by Henry Havergal. 'Donald Francis Tovey' I, Musician and teacher, pp.21
  2. University of Glasgow / Cramb Lectures / 1963 / by Henry Havergal. 'Donald Francis Tovey' II, Musician and teacher, pp.23

Lectures by Dugald Stewart

 Fonds — Box Gen.1987-1989
Identifier: Coll-1881
Scope and Contents 3 small, soft-bound volumes of notes taken at lectures on moral pholosophy given by Dugald Stewart.

Marjory Kennedy-Fraser Lectures, Part 1 & 2, 11 May 1895-16 May 1923

 File
Scope and Contents Marjory Kennedy-Fraser Lectures, Part 1 & 2. ‘Paper read to E.M.E.S. [Edinburgh Musical Education Society], 13 January 1915’, text on reverses of various recital programmes, mainly from Marjory Kennedy-Fraser’s Art Song recitals in 1905-1907, some pages missing, manuscript. ‘Matthay Paper to Boston, M.K.F. [Marjory Kennedy-Fraser]’, manuscript, letter from Mr C. L....

Miscellaneous items, Part 1, 2, & 3, 1891-1928

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Scope and Contents Miscellaneous items, Part 1, 2, & 3. ‘General’, bundle of miscellaneous notes, wrapped in ‘Songs of the Hebrides (Ancient Scots Minstrelsie). From the Western Isles of Scotland’, Music Hall, Edinburgh, 21 January 1913, recital programme, containing various lecture notes, notes, excerpts, etc., in no particular order, manuscripts. & typescripts, texts often on reverses of discarded...

Notes on the Anatomy and Surgery lectures of Henry Cline and Astley Cooper, taken down by Robert Bickersteth

 Collection
Identifier: Coll-1824
Scope and Contents These ms notes of the lectures on Anatomy and Surgery given by Henry Cline (1750-1827) and Astley Cooper (1768-1841) were taken down by Robert Bickersteth. Cline was a surgeon at St. Thomas's Hospital, London, and Cooper was a surgeon in London too.
The notes are in ink, sometimes on both recto and verso of the leaf, but usually on the rectos only. There are occasional drawings.

Notes taken at lectures on Cicero by John Pringle

 Collection — Volume Gen.74
Identifier: Coll-1726
Scope and Contents Notes taken by R. Brown at lectures on Cicero given by John Pringle. Near complete transcript here.

Papers of Professor Arthur Robertson Cushny

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-187
Scope and Contents The papers include notes for lectures on material medica, Edinburgh University, 1918-1926; records of experiments in material medica, University College, London, 1907-1926, and at Edinburgh University; and, records of experiments, 1893-1924.

Two volumes of notes on the lectures of Prof. Sir Thomas Grainger, completed by Archibald Donald , early 1880s

 Sub-Fonds — Box CLX-A-371
Identifier: Coll-1848/18-0146
Scope and Contents Two notebooks containing lectures notes taken by Archibald Donald of Lauder Road, Edinburgh, during the early 1880s. He attended the lectures of Sir Thomas Grainger at the University of Edinburgh, eminent physician and gifted teacher. The notebooks are entitled 'Condensed notes of practice physic [sic]'.