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University of Edinburgh -- students

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

A photograph of medical students graduation, and a photograph of the International Physiological Congress at Edinburgh, 1920s

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1848/19-0157
Scope and Contents One framed photograph of the International Physiological Congress held in Edinburgh in 1923, showing the c. 300 delegates in the Quadrangle of the Old Medical School of the University. Names are given around the photo.
The second photograph has no caption whatsoever, but probably is a graduation photograph. The group includes E. Scharpey-Schafer, Professor of Physiology at the University of Edinburgh from 1899 to 1933. It was taken by E. R. Yerbury and Son.

Class photographs of Honours Classics Graduates, Edinburgh University, 9 April 1901

 Item — Box CLX-D-72: Series Coll-1828/6
Identifier: Coll-1828/6/4
Scope and Contents Class photograph mounted on board of Honours Classics Graduates, 9 April 1901, Edinburgh University. The students' names are given under the photo and on the back, Alexander F. Giles is at the bottom right. Photography studio: signature illegible - '25 North Bridge, Edinburgh'.

EURAGONNA Charities Week magazine, 1949

 Item — Box CLX-A-309
Identifier: Coll-1848/19-0060
Scope and Contents One issue of Euragonna Charities Week magazine, dated 1949. Euragonna was a magazine published by the Students' Representative Council of the University of Edinburgh to raise money for charities - in 1949, these were The British Empire Research Fund, The Lady Provost's Fund, and the University Settlement. The magazine contains articles, poems, illustrations, and caricatures from students, as well as advertisements. It also...

Papers on Jean-Baptiste Philippe and St. Luce Philip, Edinburgh university students, by Joanne Haynes, 2019

 File — Box CLX-A-1591
Identifier: Coll-1848/19-0154
Scope and Contents Two essays on Jean-Baptiste Philippe and St. Luce Philip, medical students from Trinidad who studied at the University of Edinburgh in the 1810s and 1820s respectively.These essays form part of the body of a workI in progress, tentatively titled: 'The Lions Roar' - a genealogical, historical, Caribbean and beyond study. Joanne Haynes is the great, great grand niece of Michel Maxwell Philip, Trinidad's first Mayor of color and relative of Jean-Baptiste and St. Luce. This work began as a...

Scrapbook of Edinburgh University student Ella MacGregor, 1920s

 Item — Box CLX-A-345
Identifier: Coll-1848/18-0181
Scope and Contents Scrapbook/diary of Ella MacGregor, an Edinburgh University student in the 1920s. It contains handwritten autobiographical accounts and thoughts, cuttings of poems and songs, copies of photographs of people involved in the University's student life (for example, V. K. Mowat, joint editor of the Student 1923-24; John B. Colquhoun, President of the Union; Lilian M. Roger, President of Edinburgh University Unionist Association), of famous people who visited the University (G. K. Chesterton; Sybil...

Student group including Clerk Ranken, c1905

 Item
Identifier: EUA GD51/2
Scope and Contents This is assumed to be a group of Chemistry students. The doorway has been identified as one of those leading into the Reid Concert Hall (adjacent to the Medical School, where Chemistry was based). Clerk Ranken is in the front row, furthest left.