Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = CW
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Collection — Box CLX-A-352
Content Description A bronze and a silver medals in their cases awarded to Peter Haugh in the University's Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies for Zoology and Botany (1903-1904) and for Clinique (1906-1907); and three bronze medals from Edinburgh University awarded to Samuel M. Inkster for Chemistry (1869), General Pathology and Morbid Anatomy (1870-1871) and Practice of Medicine (1872-1873). Also includes an article by Gregor Macaulay explaining the medals.
Identifier: EUA IN2/7/11/3/12
Scope and Contents Three medals mounted on marble, commemorating the 50th anniversary since the foundation of the Norwegian Veterinary School, 1935-1985.
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of 14 academic session medals (5 silver and 9 bronze) awarded to James Roland Rider between 1913 and 1918. The medals were awarded by both the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, Edinburgh, and the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland.The medals can be described thus: - 1913 - silver - obverse: decorated with raised seated classical figure with Scottish armorial shield...
Content Description Medals and pins awarded to Professor Kenneth M. Creer in their original boxes. John Adam Fleming Medal of the American Geophysical Union (1990) in a wooden box; American Geophysical Union cufflink in a black velvet box (1990); Freedom of the City of Grenoble medal in a blue box (1994); Royal Astronomical Society medal (Gold, Geophysics, 1996) in a red...
Scope and Contents 1 x silver medal - Annual Prize - Perth Academy - awarded to William A. Knowles 1882-1883 - 1st student Senior Mathematical and Physical Class 1 x silver medal - Annual Prize - Perth Academy - awarded to William D[sic]. Knowles 1884-1885 - 1st student Senior Latin Class 1 x bronze medal -Edinburgh University - awarded to William A. Knowles 1885-1886 - Junior Mathematics ...
Identifier: EUA IN2/7/11/1/8
Scope and Contents A medal for Medicine to H.L. Torrance at the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, Edinburgh, 1911
Scope and Contents Note to send medal to Reverend A Campbell, 38 Carraig Street, Glasgow. The medal belonged to a John Macdonald.
Identifier: EUA IN2/7/11/1/6
Scope and Contents A medal for obstetrics for H.L. Torrance, Session 1910-1911.
Content Description This fonds consists of the family papers of the Scott Family, whose lineage can be traced back to Walter Scott, who served as a Burgess of Edinburgh around 1521. The material comprises genealogical research notes, correspondence, historical charters (including one dated 1663, with a wax seal), official records (both originals and copies), photographs (including what appears to be daguerreotypes or ambrotypes), as well as a badge and a medal from the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.The...
Identifier: EUA IN2/7/11/1/13
Scope and Contents A medal for Pathology for J.L. Stewart, session 1922