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The First Technical College: a sketch of the history of 'The Andersonian', and the institutions descended from it, 1796-1894

  • GB 249 OM/158/1
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  • 1894 with annotations dated August 1920

Copy of Alexander Humboldt Sexton, The First Technical College: a sketch of the history of 'The Andersonian', and the institutions descended from it, 1796-1894 (London: Chapman and Hall, 1894). Attached inside the volume are handwritten comments by Tatlock about the following former members of staff of Anderson's College and the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College: John Taylor, George Carey Foster, Alexander Herschel, Thomas Graham, Frederick Penny, T.E. Thorpe, William Dittmar, William Henry Perkin, Alexander Laing, James Croll, Walter Crum, James Young, Thomas Struthers, Dr. Crosskey, David Rowan and John Neilson Cuthbertson.

Tatlock, Robert Rattray, 1837-1934, chemist

Principles of Electricity course A2 notebook

  • GB 249 OM/222/1
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  • 1953 - 1954

Exercise book containing accounts of miscellaneous experiments and reports for Principles of Electricity course A2 in Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Royal Technical College, Glasgow.

Russell, William, fl. 1953-1954, student at Royal Technical College, Glasgow

The Empire Calls: A Patriotic Song.

  • GB 249 T-MIN/39
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  • c. 1914

Folio songsheet containing lyrics by William A. Macfarlane and music by J. Parnie Dansken (Glasgow : Duncan Campbell & Son, c 1914).

Dansken, James Parnie, 1876-1947, surveyor

Maggie Neilson papers

  • GB 249 FCTC/8/14
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  • 1904-1906

Art exercises and notes from Neilson's studies at the Glasgow United Free Church Training College, 1904-1906. These have been trimmed and bound up as a volume, divided into the following sections: Nature Study; Object Drawing; Large Scale Practice; Clay-Modelling; Stencilling, and Ornament and Architecture. A final, unnamed section contains printed copies of drawings, some of which are annotated in pencil by Neilson. Five loose, small drawings of roses in pencil and watercolour are tucked inside the front board of the volume.

Neilson, Margaret Ferguson, 1884-1962, teacher

Campus Update

  • GB 249 OS/66/8
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  • 2017

Outlines several recently completed projects to transform the campus of the University of Strathclyde (the new Technology and Innovation Centre and the refurbishment of the Business School, John Anderson and James Weir buildings), plus upcoming campus investments (a new sports and health facility, a teaching and learning hub bringing together the former Architecture and Colville buildings, refurbishment of the Wolfson building, and the installation of a state-of-the-art district energy system for the campus, including a combined heat and power engine).

University of Strathclyde | Media and Corporate Communications

Publication about Scottish Women's Oral History Project

  • GB 249 SOHC 20
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  • c. 2004

The Scottish Women's Oral History Project was undertaken in Stirling, Scotland, between 1987 and 1990. The aim of project was to record the lives of women in Scotland in the first half of the 20th century, including a specific objective to record the experiences of working-class women.

The project was established in December 1986 by the Women’s Committee of Stirling District Council. The impetus for the project was part of a wider promotion of women's interests, as well as a need to address a perceived lack of women's voices in the historical record. Sponsored by the the Manpower Services Commission (MSC), the project set-out to record the personal testimonies of local women, living in the Stirlingshire area of Scotland, about their life in the decades before the Second World War. Based in Spittal Street, Stirling, the project was coordinated by Jayne Stephenson, who, with a team of fellow interviewers, interviewed around 80 local women, between 1987 and 1990.

The testimonies cover all aspects of women’s experiences, from childhood to adulthood, through to the Second World War. The interviews are loosely structured into sections covering childhood, leisure, work, marriage, children, community and social class (the interview questions are based on the model questionnaire devised by Paul Thompson (1978)). The project explicitly aimed to cover a representative sample of female occupations, and the material contains recollections of a wide variety of occupational experience - including textile workers, waitresses and hotel staff, domestic servants, factory workers, teachers, nurses.

The publication contains written transcripts of 77 interviews (anonymised), together with an index and an introduction by Callum Brown.

Temporally, the material relates to women born in Scotland between 1894 and 1926, and the interviews cover the period up to World War II.

Geographically, the material covers the Stirlingshire and 'central belt' area of lowland Scotland, including extensive material on life in Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum

Group photograph of staff and students of Jordanhill Training College

  • GB 249 JCE/22/1/25
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  • 1931 - 1932

Panoramic photograph (by the London Panoramic Company) of staff and students of Jordanhill Training College 1931-1932 standing in front of the College. It shows the first ever third and second year students to study for the Diploma in Physical Education. These students had previously begun their training at Dunfermline College of Hygiene and Physical Education. It also shows the first year of the Scottish School of Physical Education students.

Written on the back of the frame was 'Photograph shows the first 3rd year ever for the College diploma (2 years previously at Dunfermline). Also the 2nd year men for the College diploma (1 year previously at Dunfermline). Also the first 1st year of the SSPE (on the g[ras]s in front in white flannels).'

Jordanhill College of Education, Glasgow

PASSYS Project: Passive solar energy research for buildings. UK Consortium Report.

  • GB 249 OF/101/16
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  • 1988

Report on the participation of the United Kingdom Consortium in the CEC PASSYS project for the year 1988. The Consortium included the University of Strathclyde; the Building Research Establishment; the Energy Technology Support Unit, and Pilkington Glass Ltd. The Report was submitted by Dr J. W. Twidell of the Energy Studies Unit, University of Strathclyde (the scientist responsible for the contract), and compiled by Dr P. Strachan of the Architecture and Building Aids Computer Unit (ABACUS), University of Strathclyde. Both Units are within the Faculty of Engineering.

University of Strathclyde | Faculty of Engineering

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