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GB 249 JCE/22/7/12 · Item · 1962

Jordanhill College of Education student blazer, manufactured by R.W. Forsyth Ltd and worn by former student, John Connor.
Single-breasted blazer with one breast pocket on the left-hand side, two front pockets on the lower left and right, and three plain, circular, gold-tone buttons to fasten. The blazer is made of navy, woollen fabric; the collar, pockets, cuffs and edges are trimmed with a striped, grosgrain band of red, blue and yellow. Sewn upon the breast pocket is a fabric badge featuring the Jordanhill College of Education crest in red, white, blue, green, black and gold, with the College motto 'UT ET ALIOS INSTRUAM' - 'so that I may instruct others' - embroidered in gold upon a blue ribbon scroll below the crest. Embroidered in gold above the crest are the letters 'J.C.E.A.F.C.' [Jordanhill College of Education Association Football Club?], and below the crest, the dates '1962' and '1963'.

Connor, John, 1940-2014, teacher
Jordanhill College scarf
GB 249 JCE/22/6/8 · Item · 1950s

Jordanhill College of Education scarf with Glasgow Provincial Committee crest, worn by Jean Vanhegan.

Vanhegan, Jean S.G., fl. 1950-1959, student at Jordanhill College of Education, Glasgow
Seona Duncan papers
GB 249 JCE/22/6/9 · Collection · c. 1956 - 1959

Needlework samples; two sets of Ladybird Picture-Sentence Matching Cards; programme for College production of 'As you like it', June 1959; Child Education Supplement, May 1963; classroom poster; '... And so to Embroider' bulletin; knitting equipment; Jordanhill College silk scarf with Glasgow Provincial Committee crest; books, 1915-1972.

Duncan, Seona, fl. 1950-1959, student at Jordanhill College of Education, Glasgow
William Hamilton papers
GB 249 OM/468 · File · 1962 - 1964
  • Scottish College of Commerce tie in navy blue polyester (Terylene), featuring diagonal stripes of green and gold and a flock pattern of the Scottish College of Commerce crest embroidered in green, white and gold
  • Receipt issued by the University of Strathclyde for the sum of £5 in evening class fees for session 1964-1965, dated 30 September 1964
Scottish College of Commerce, Glasgow