File 1 - Papers on history of Schools of Pharmacy and Bakery, Royal Technical College, Glasgow

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Papers on history of Schools of Pharmacy and Bakery, Royal Technical College, Glasgow


  • 1911 - 1967 (Creation)

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3 folders in 1 deed wallet

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Folder 1:

  • Correspondence on appointment of James Prior Todd to chair of pharmacy at Royal Technical College, Glasgow, 1937.
  • Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain History of Pharmacy Committee newsletters, 1956, 1959.
  • Correspondence, 1948, with Peter Irvine, pharmaceutical chemist, on Irvine's pharmacy training in Glasgow c.1895-1900.
  • Reprint of J.R. Cranston, 'Schools of Chemistry in Great Britain and Ireland-X. The Royal Technical College, Glasgow', Journal of The Royal Institute of Chemistry, March 1954.

Folders 2-3:

  • Drafts of article on training of pharmacists.
  • Note on Pharmacy Department of Royal Technical College.
  • Note on 'The Complete Pharmacist' - training.
  • Note on Pharmacy teaching in Glasgow.
  • Original letter from Stockdale to Peter Irvine, confirming he had served on staff of Royal Technical Colllege 1911-1913, 1916.
  • Correspondence on 'Medicine in History' exhibition, held in Glasgow, 1949.
  • Draft article 'One hundred years of Pharmacy' (14 pp.).
  • Note on Scottish School of Bakery during Second World War, 2 January 1946.
  • Copies of obituaries of Todd, from Pharmaceutical Journal, 18 November 1967, and Glasgow Herald, 4 November 1967.
  • Copies of cuttings re Todd's retirement and Trust Fund, 1961.
  • Note re School of Pharmacy during Second World War, 17 September 1946.
  • Obituaries of Professor David Ellis, including typescript of those by Todd for 'Nature' and 'Glasgow & Andersonian Natural History and Microscopial Society'. Also assorted correspondence, 1937.
  • Syllabus for classes for pharmaceutical students at Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College, 1911

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