Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of 5 (lacquer) acetate 78 rpm records containing a recording of a lecture on University teaching given by Godfrey H. Thomson in 1950.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one Victorian wooden box, used for collecting and teaching, that belonged to Catherine Mary of Stirling, from Kippenross House, near Dunblane. It is still complete and fitted with 5 removable trays containing specimens of: Animal & Vegetable Substances (such as nut galls, Portuguese cork, a piece of tortoise shell, timber specimens, pearls, etc.) ...
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/C1/4
Scope and Contents The Division of Biological Sciences Working and Advisory Group series consists of:
- financial statements
- minutes and agendas
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/M1/1/13
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/C1
Scope and Contents
- Planning Executive Committee
- School of Biology: Planning and Policy Group and Steering Committee
- Division of Biological Sciences Working and Advisory Group
Identifier: EUA CA16/2
Scope and Contents Interviews with: Sir William Lawrence Bragg ( 1890-1971), physicist (1 CD) Sir Harold Brewer Hartley ( 1878-1972 ), physical chemist (23 CDs) Sir Alfred Charles Bernard Lovell ( b1913), radio astronomer, pioneer of radar and radio telescopes (3 CDs) Lord John Boyd Orr ( 1880-1971), nutritional physiologist (1 CD) Sir Frederick Stratten Russell...
Identifier: EUA CA16/1
Scope and Contents Contains interviews with: Charlotte Auerbach, Alick Buchanan Smith, Lord Balerno, F.A.E. Crew, Frank Fraser Darling, Hugh Paterson Donald, Honor Fell and Alan William Greenwood. The interviewer in all cases is Margaret Deacon.
Scope and Contents Letter, 6 May 1952, Birmingham, Peter Wishart to Mary Grierson. Praising Grierson's biography of Tovey, empathising with Tovey's struggles and a discussion of music teaching. Holograph signed.
Dates: 06 June 1952
Scope and Contents Chrystal outlines some ideas for subjects that could be taught in the proposed mathematical department at Edinburgh University, and how many professors, lecturers and assistants he might recommend.
Dates: 17 June 1903