Typescript description and a printed advertisement for the "Televisor," Model "A" .
Shows the Royal College of Science and Technology buildings, the TB and X-Ray station in George Square, the City Chambers and Queen Street Station. From The Bulletin, 28 March 1957.
The university campus, library building and Queen Street station are marked on the photocopy.
Includes Sir Andrew McCance, Provost Jean Roberts, Professor A. S. Thomson, Dr Curran, Dr (later professor) R. Kenedi.
Includes Dr Curran, Sir William Gray (Lord Provost), Professor Markus, Professor Morcos-Asaad, and G P Richardson.
Includes Provost Jean Roberts, Dr Curran, Sir Andrew McCance, Professor A S Thomson, Professor A W Scott, D B Swinbanks.
Honorary degrees awarded to William Rede Hawthorne, Rolf Leis, Frank Stuart Spring, Christopher Frank Kearton (Lord Kearton of Whitechurch) and Fr. Columba Ryan O.P.
Includes Dr Graham Hills, Lord Todd of Trumpington, Mr David Morrell (Registrar), Professor Thomas Markus, Rev John Lochrie, Rev Michael Knight, Fr Bob Eccles, and Dr Alex Main.
Includes photographs of David Hodge (Lord Provost), Lady Curran, Sir John Atwell and R J M Watt (President of the Students' Association), Dr Curran and Gerald Laing, sculptor of the "Callanish" project.
Honorary degree awarded to Principal Sir Samuel Curran.
Includes Mr David Morrell (Registrar), Lord Todd of Trumpington, Professor Alastair North (Deputy Principal), Mr Louis McGougan (Bursar). Professor William Tyler (Vice Principal), Professor James Harvey (Deputy Principal), Sir John Atwell, Dr F Olaf Thornton, Lady Joan Curran, Dr Graham Hills (succeeding Principal).
Honorary degree awarded to Emeritus Professor S G E Lythe.
Includes D W J Morrell, Professor John Ward (History), Sir Samuel Curran and Professor Alastair M North (Vice Principal).
Honorary degree awarded to King Olav of Norway.
Includes Dr Curran, Lord Todd, W F Robertson (Chairman of Court), George Richardson (Registrar).