Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents 23. Blue notebook entitled "Addresses. Introductory Lectures. Edinburgh Chair." draft of inaugural lecture (1903). Later in notebook: notes on the literature relating to the ecclesiastical and academic colours and a draft paper on the question of the admission of women to the medical school in Edinburgh (Cunningham was opposed to this).
Scope and Contents This fonds consists of 15 volumes of bound lecture notes that belonged to Ethelwyn Lemon. These notes were taken by Ethelwyn Lemon herself, or by other fellow female students, in the late 19th-early 20th century at the University of Edinburgh. Notes of lectures on British history given by Sir Richard Lodge, taken down by Barbara M Craw. Edinburgh University, 1904. (4 vols) Notes of lectures on...
Scope and Contents Diary of Helena Marshall when she was a student at the 'College of Arts', Edinburgh (NB - not Edinburgh College of Arts, which was founded in 1907, but probably the Faculty of Arts of the University of Edinburgh) and (later) a governess in Russia (Petersburg) and Switzerland. Also journal consisting mainly of notes from lectures at the College of Arts on botany, geology, zoology, electricity, Italian art, etc., 1869.
Scope and Contents The collection contains reports and calendars of the Association between 1868 and 1888 as well as class register books, 1867-1892; minutes and scroll minutes spanning 1868 to 1970 (ELEA and EAUEW); certificates in arts and register of names, addresses and subjects passed; blank certificates and diplomas; printed pamphlets on the history of the Association; photographs of the first women graduates. There is the correspondence of Mrs Mary Crudelius; and, acceptances of honorary membership of the...
Scope and Contents Embroidery done by a "Mrs Prince" in 1919. It artfully depicts a variety of elements and scenes in small panels: flowers and plants, animals (including a rooster, butterflies, fish, geese, and a dragon), a woman from side-on looking at a landscape, and a man from behind, holding what looks like a spear and looking over a high wall.There is very little metadata accompanying this piece, but given its style, this could be an example of embroidered samplers made by students at the Edinburgh...
Scope and Contents This photo depicts 5 rows of student-aged women, the bottom row seated on two rugs. The photo was taken outside, with a stone wall of a building behind them. Marjorie Rackstraw is seated in the middle of the second row, holding a young boy.
Scope and Contents Group of student-aged women, in four rows with the bottom row sitting on two rugs. The picture is taken outside, against a stone wall with windows, and Marjorie Rackstraw is seated in the middle of the second row, with a headband across her forehead.
Scope and Contents This photo depicts four rows of student-aged women in front of the stone wall of a building. Majorie Rackstraw is seated in the middle of the second row.
Scope and Contents This photo depicts four rows of student-aged women, the bottom row seated on two rugs. The photo is taken outside, and in the background is the stone wall of a building. Marjorie Rackstraw is seated in the center of the second row.Two students can be easily identified in both Coll-705/1/1/7 and this image; in this image, the student in the second row on the far right is pictured in Coll-705/1/1/7 seated on the first row, second from the left. In this photo, the student in the third row,...
Scope and Contents This photo depicts four rows of student aged women, outside on a bright day, with the stone wall of a building behind them. Marjorie Rackstraw is seated in the center of the second row.