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Honorary degrees awarded to Michael J Lighthill, Herwart Opitz, Sir Gordon Sutherland, Lord Birsay, John Scott Maclay, Lord Robbins, Sir Charles Wilson and George H Thomson (former Registrar).

Includes Dr Curran, Lord Todd, Professor William Frazer (Civil Engineering 1956-1968), George Richardson (Registrar), W F Robertson (Chairman of Court).

Honorary degrees awarded to Sir William Cook, Sir Ronald Cumming, Bristow Guy Ballard, James Sharp Tait, Joames Milne Coltart, Sir Douglas Haddow, Sir Maurice Laing and the Rt Hon the Viscount Weir.

Includes Dr Curran, Lord Todd, W F Robertson, G Richardson. Also key and platform party.

Honorary degrees awarded to the Rt Hon Anthony N Wedgewood Benn and Isaac Wolfson.

Includes Dr Curran, Lord Todd, George Richardson, Professor R M Kenedi (Bioengineering), Professor Pack (Mathematics).

Honorary degrees awarded to Jerzy Romuald Werner, Sir William Collins, Sir Ronald Stanley Edwards, His Excellency Robert Kweku Atta Gardiner, Willy Hauglie, Lord Murray of Newhaven, Patrick Muirhead Thomas (Chairman of court) and Asa Briggs.

Includes Lord Todd, Dr Curran, James Pickett (Director of Overseas Development Unit), Professor S G E Lythe (History), G P Richardson.

Also opening of the Collins Exhibition Hall by Sir William Collins. Includes William Gray (Lord Provost).

Honorary degrees awarded to Lord Provost John Johnstone, Lord Clydesmuir of Braidwood, Thomas Rae Craig and Harold Montague Finniston.

Includes Dr Curran, Lord Todd, George Richardson, W F Robertson.

The ceremony took place at Kelvin Hall, Glasgow and includes the installation of Lord Todd of Trumpington as first Chancellor and ceremony for honorary graduands Lord Adrian of Cambridge, Sir Robert Robinson, Sir David S Anderson, Sir Edmund Hirst, Rt Hon Frank Cousins, Sir Peter Meldrum (Lord Provost) and Clark Kerr. Photographs also include Sir Samuel Curran, and Mr G Thomson (Registrar).

Architecture building was opened by the Rt Hon the Viscount Esher. Honorary degree was awarded to W F Robertson.

Includes Dr Curran, Lord Todd, George Richardson (Registrar).

Includes some negatives.

Photographs taken as the procession leaves the ceremony in Kelvin Hall, Glasgow. Photographs include: Dr Curran, Sir Edmund Hirst, Frank Cousins, Sir Peter Meldrum, Clark Kerr, Dr Davidson and William Ross (Secretary of State for Scotland).

Graduation Day
GB 249 OS/55/6/3 · Item · 1989

Souvenir magazine for graduands of the University of Strathclyde.

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