Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: EUA IN1/ADS/STA/9
Scope and Contents Graduation schedules including examinations taken, as follows:
- Graduates in Pure Science, to 1899
- Graduates in Engineering, Public Health & Agriculture, to 1899
- Graduates in Science, 1900-1965
Identifier: BAI 7/4
Scope and Contents Honorary DD degree certificate from the University of St Andrews.
Identifier: EUA IN1/ADS/STA/1
Scope and Contents 4 albums containing students' signatures, signifying their graduation.
Scope and Contents Letter from William Stark, London, to Joseph Black , wishing to obtain a MD in absentia from his former university (Glasgow) and referring to cases at St George's Hospital, London.
Dates: 20 March 1766
Scope and Contents Letter, 28 February 1925, London, Fanny Davies to Mary Grierson. Asking Grierson on behalf of a pupil about taking a music degree under Tovey at the University of Edinburgh. Holograph signed.
Dates: 28 February 1925
Scope and Contents Letter, 14 November 1931, Edinburgh, Sir Donald Francis Tovey to Edward Joseph Dent. Description of Tovey's ideas of university musical education, comparison of Edinburgh degrees with that of Oxford and Cambridge. Typescript copy.
Dates: 14 November 1931
Scope and Contents Letter, 3 July 1927, Franz Moser to [Edward Speyer]. Outlining plans to do a doctorate in music at Edinburgh University and plans to compose chamber music. Holograph signed, L2317 - L2325 sewn together in a book.
Dates: 03 July 1927
Scope and Contents Seawell, a former pupil of Ewart's, writes as a teacher of biology at a State Normal School in Warrensburg, Missouri, where he has recently been conducting general botany and zoology research. In particular he has been investigating the ecological relations of the life-forms of a series of small freshwater lakes in the area. He would like to know how he might go about studying for the degree of Doctor of Science from the University of Edinburgh.
Dates: 07 October 1901
Scope and Contents Ainsworth-Davis states that he is interested in the proposed developments in Veterinary Science at the University of Edinburgh and that he has written a letter about certain points raised in the Draft Ordinance relating to Veterinary Degrees. He invites Ewart to show the letter to his colleagues and goes on to outline his experience in the field and his opinions on the state of veterinary studies.
Dates: 06 January 1904
Scope and Contents Letter, 3 November 1912, Edinburgh, Donald Tovey to Mary Grierson. Emphasising that music should be a faculty, not part of an arts faculty. Holograph signed.
Dates: 03 November 1912