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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:

Certificates, 1938 - 1939

Identifier: GD1/149/1/1/2
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Certificates of completion received by Maryann Urquhart for her qualifications as a Fever Nurse.

Dates: 1938 - 1939

Certificates, 1936-1939

Identifier: EUA GD55/2/26/1
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Comprises certificates from: Dunfermline College of Physical Education; the Chartered Society of Massage and Medical Gymnastics; the British Red Cross Society; the Board of Registration of Medical Auxiliaries; the Educational Institute of Scotland; the Royal Life Saving Society, and the National Committee for the Training of Teachers in Scotland.

Dates: 1936-1939

Certificates and diploma, 1939-1945

 Series — Box CLX-A-1669: Series Coll-1976/2; Series Coll-1976/5; Series Coll-1976/3; Series Coll-1976/4; Series Coll-1976/7
Identifier: Coll-1976/4
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This series consists of Anne Davies's certificates, such as her medical registration certificate, her second professional examination certificates, her second class certificate of merit, and her Scottish universities entrance board certificate. Also includes her MB ChB diploma in Latin, dated 11 July 1945.

Dates: 1939-1945

Certificates and honours, 1886-1904

Identifier: Coll-11/A5-A6
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Certificates and Honours from:

Honorary M.D. Trinity College Dublin (1886);

Honorary D.Sc. Trinity College Dublin (1891);

Honorary LL.D. St Andrews University (1891);

Royal Society of London (1900);

Honorary LL.D. Glasgow University (1901);

Appointment to Chair of Anatomy at Edinburgh University (incl. biographical details and press cuttings) (1903);

Medical Society of Edinburgh (1904).

Dates: 1886-1904

Certificates, Diplomas etc of Principal William Robertson

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-71
Scope and Contents 1. King's College and University, Aberdeen. Award of the degree of Doctor of Divinity to W.R. 3 July 1764. Signed by the following professors: John Chalmers, John Lumsden, John Gregory, Alexander Burnet, Thomas Gordon, Thomas Reid, John Leslie, George Gordon. Vellum, approx. 60 cms x 68 cms, with small wax seal in metal box attached. 2. Edinburgh, Town Council. Commission of W.R. as Principal of the University of Edinburgh. 11 November 1762. Signed by George Drummond,...
Dates: 1743-1783

College grant of arms certificate, 1969

Identifier: EUA GD55/1/4/1/3

Degree certificate from the University of Edinburgh, 16 September 1809

 Item — Box CLX-A-1596
Identifier: Coll-1848/20-0049
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This is a degree certificate from the University of Edinburgh awarded to Robert Anderson, a minister of Edinburgh, for his Doctorate of Divinity, on the 16th of September 1809. On vellum. Signed by Principal of the University George Husband Baird, as well as other prominent professors at the time, including Alexander Munro Senior (Secundus) and Tertius, Thomas Charles Hope, Andrew Duncan, James Gregory, John Playfair, John Leslie, et al.

Dates: 16 September 1809

Diploma certificate issued to Robina Mackenzie from DCPE, 15 July 1915

Identifier: EUA GD55/2/21/2
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Fonds:

Comprises an array of material relating to student life at Dunfermline College of Physical Education, including photographs, artefacts and items of College uniform as well as documents including examination papers.

Dates: 15 July 1915

Framed Certificate of Merit awarded by DCPE to Milesmark School, 3 June 1914

Identifier: EUA GD55/1/4/2/1
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Certificate awarded to Milesmark School for taking first place with 76% marks in the annual Competition for a Statuette offered by the Women's Department of the Dunfermline College of Hygiene and Physical Training. Signed by Alister Mackenzie, Principal of the College and John Ross, Chairman of the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust.

Dates: 3 June 1914

Graduation and Ordination Certificates of William Kerr Smith

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-375
Identifier: Coll-1890
Scope and Contents Graduation certificate, on vellum, of William Kerr Smith, who graduated from Edinburgh University in 1771 with a Master's in Liberal Arts. A red wax seal in a metal case is appended to the certificate. It represents a castle surrounded with the words 'S.[IGILLUM] COMMUNITATIS. BURGI. DE EDENBURGH. AD. CAUSAS.', and was appended by the City of Edinburgh to confirm the authenticity of the diploma.This collection also includes William Smith's ordination certificate, as he became the...
Dates: 1771-1772