Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = CW
Found in 94 Collections and/or Records:
Scottish Amateur Gymnastics Association Honorary Life Member medal, inscribed 'Mr C. Foster', in presentation box, Undated
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Comprises: medals for specific events, including the 1959 Moscow International Student Competition in Gymnastics and the 1986 Commonwealth Gymnastics Championships, Scotland; homorary life member and distinguished judge medals, and a variety of Scottish Gymnastics medals.
Identifier: EUA IN2/7/11/1/3
Scope and Contents A medal give to J.J.R Jackson for Senior Anatomy at the Ritak (Dick) Veterinary College, Edinburgh, 1895.
Identifier: EUA IN2/7/11/1/12
Scope and Contents A medal presented to J.L. Stewart for Senior Anatomy, 1920-1921
Identifier: EUA IN2/7/11/2/12
Scope and Contents A medal for Senior Anatomy, presented to W.L. Gascoyne, at the New Veterinary College, Edinburgh, 1897
Identifier: EUA IN2/7/11/1/7
Scope and Contents A medal presented to H.L. Torrance for Surgery at the Royal Dick Veterinary College.
Identifier: EUA IN2/7/11/2/16
Scope and Contents The Ashton medal for best practical essay, presented to W.L. Gascoyne
Scope and Contents Some of the medals show rulers of Russia, military figures, statesmen, events of the reign of Peter the Great. Others mark events such as coronations, accessions, marriages and deaths of Russian rulers. Imperial institutions are commemorated, as are cities and buildings of the Russian empire.
Dates: before 1777
Identifier: EUA IN2/7/11/1/23
Scope and Contents The William Dick Medal presented to Danielle A. Moore, for the 1990-1991 session.
Scope and Contents The medals are the Edinburgh University class medals: geology and mineralogy, 1899-1900; practical geology and mineralogy, 1900-1901; practical botany, 1901 (Edinburgh School of Medicine); practical zoology, 1901-1902; and petrology, 1902. The collection also includes the British Association Medal, 1923, for scientific research in South Africa, and the Draper Medal of the Geological Society of South Africa, 1935.
Identifier: EUA IN2/7/11/1/19
Scope and Contents The 45th Inf. BDE tug-of-war winners, France, presented to 11th A and S.H., Lt. J.L. Stewart.