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Mary Dawson papers

  • GB 249 OM/446
  • Collectie
  • c. 1940s - 1990s

Various papers from the life and career of Mary Dawson covering her student life, lecturing, research, and professional awards. Includes:

  • student notebooks from Dawson's studies at the Royal Technical College, Glasgow
  • lecture notes and papers used for her teaching at the Royal Technical College, later the University of Strathclyde
  • reprints of her own and other pharmacy articles
  • research notes and data
  • conference papers and programmes
  • illustrations and captions for scientific posters
  • material relating to articles and publications by Dawson
  • index of scientific papers about tissue culture
  • slide transparencies for publications and lectures
  • papers about Dawson's film 'In Your Hands, Tissue Culture Techniques'
  • film reels
  • meeting notes and papers relating to pharmaceutical professional bodies and groups
  • papers and correspondence relating to awards won by Dawson such as the Pharmaceutical Society’s Charter Silver Medal and the Marschig Animal Welfare Trust Prize

Dawson, Mary, 1922-1995, pharmacist and university lecturer

Student class lists, enrolment statistics and award statistics

  • List of the numbers of diplomas awarded from session 1949-1950 to session 1960-1961
  • Summaries of the numbers of students enrolled on the diploma course from session 1952-1953 to session 1963-1964
  • Lists of names and addresses of first year and second year students for session 1952-1953 (access restricted until 2029)
  • Statistical breakdown of countries in which students spent their summer practical training placement for 1954 and 1955
  • Lists of students' results for 1963 and 1964 (access restricted until 2040)

General correspondence file

Subjects covered include: staff appointments and salaries; teaching delivered by visiting lecturers; procurement of external assistance to teach technical subjects; proposed alterations to staffing arrangements; provision of a Residential Management Training Centre at Ross Hall; alterations to the constitution of the Students' Representative Council of the Scottish Hotel School; expenses in connection with Hotel School students competing at Hotelympia, London, 1952.

Consultancy work

Correspondence, reports and notes originating from Dalton's consultancy work, mostly concerning asbestos.

Environmental and occupational health topics other than asbestos

Series of files on environmental and occupational health topics other than asbestos. Some files were created by Dalton in the course of a single role, eg as Researcher in Health and Safety at the Labour Research Department, whereas other files span more than one role.

Campaign and support groups

Correspondence and papers originating from Dalton's interactions with various campaign and support groups. Most of the groups were concerned with asbestos.

William Carmichael papers

  • Letter to David [Gee] from [Mrs] Maura Carmichael, 24 January 1998. Enclosing her husband's 'very old student work sheets for the old boys museum - if going ahead';
  • Curriculum Vitae of William D. Carmichael;
  • Notes of lectures on hotel accounting and control, wine and other subjects attended by William Carmichael at the Scottish Hotel School, plus accounting exercises completed by William Carmichael.

Environment Agency

Dalton was a community representative on the board of the Environment Agency from 1999 to 2001 when he was fired. The bulk of this series originates from that role.

Non academic staff salaries book

Records the weekly wages of individual staff from 30 September 1948 to 30 September 1949.
Enclosed in the volume is a full list of names and addresses of Scottish Hotel School staff, both academic and non academic.
Two-thirds of the volume's pages are unused.

Correspondence and papers relating to student prizes and awards

Includes master lists of prizewinners for sessions 1983-1984, 1986-1987, 1987-1988 and 1996-1997; correspondence with prizewinners; captions to accompany photographs of prize presentations; press cuttings relating to prizewinners, and correspondence with sponsors relating to the establishment, provision and withdrawal of the following prizes and scholarships:

  • Gretna Awards, for the support of students in their dissertation field studies, sponsored by Imperial London Hotels Ltd
  • Lisa Morris Award, sponsored by Morris of Glasgow Ltd in memory of former Scottish Hotel School student, Mrs Lisa Morris
  • Scottish Highlands Hotel Prize for outstanding performance in the class Hotel Operational Review, sponsored by Scottish Highland Hotels Group
  • George Busazi Memorial Prize, for outstanding performance in the class Small Business Management for the Hospitality Industry, sponsored by the family of former Scottish Hotel School student, George Busazi
  • John McKee Memorial Trophy, for the student with the highest aggregate mark in catering classes throughout the three years of the pass degree, made from funds contributed by former students and friends in memory of John S.L. McKee, Lecturer in Catering at the Scottish Hotel School from 1958-1983
  • Culinary Quaich, awarded for the highest assessment in laboratory work, sponsored by Scottish Gas
  • Merite Culinaire Award, for the best student of Cuisine, sponsored by the South of Scotland Electricity Board
  • Savarin Award, for the highest overall mark in Hotel Operations, sponsored by Calor Gas
  • Epicurean Award, for outstanding performance in Food and Beverage Administration, sponsored by the Scottish Society of Epicureans
  • [Grandmet] Compass Services Award, sponsored by [Grandmet] Compass Services (UK) Ltd
  • Samuel Dow Wine Awards, sponsored by Samuel Dow Ltd
  • McDougall Prize, for a meritorious student of Cuisine and Culture
  • HCIMA Award, sponsored by the Hotel Catering and Institutional Management Association (Glasgow and West of Scotland Branch)
  • Old Rosshallians Award, sponsored by the Old Rosshallians [Scottish Hotel School Former Students' Association]
  • Savoy Cornell Scholarship, to enable a third or fourth year Hotel and Hospitality Management student to attend the Professional Development Programme at Cornell University, USA, sponsored by the Savoy Educational Trust

Correspondence relating to student prizes and awards

Includes correspondence relating to the establishment, provision and withdrawal of the following prizes and scholarships:

  • Samuel Dow Ltd Wine Awards, sponsored by Samuel Dow Ltd
  • Harvey Wine Award, sponsored by John Harvey and Sons Ltd
  • Claire Randall Award for special business subjects, sponsored by former Scottish Hotel School student, Claire Randall
  • Compass Services/Grandmet Catering Services Award for management subjects (originally established as the Eglinton Hotels Prize)
  • More's Hotel Prize for reception practice
  • Grand Metropolitan Hotel Prizes, including the Grand Metropolitan Scholarship (travelling award)
  • Savarin Award for hotel operations, sponsored by Calor Gas Ltd
  • Medaille Culinaire Award for catering practical work, sponsored by Scottish Gas
  • Merite Culinaire Award for catering laboratory work, sponsored by the South of Scotland Electricity Board
  • Scottish Society of Epicureans Awards for culinary ability and for food and beverage service, sponsored by the Scottish Society of Epicureans

Students' fees book

Includes students' full names and addresses and details of class fees, residence fees and other fees paid for each year of their studies.

Academic staff salaries book

Includes the full names and monthly salaries of each member of staff. Also includes payments made to visiting lecturers.
The following documents are enclosed with the volume:

  • List of names and salary scales of Scottish Hotel School academic and technical staff, session 1954-1955
  • List of lectures given by visiting lecturers to second year students, session 1950-1951
  • List of lectures arranged by the Scottish Tourist Board and given by persons other than members, session 1950-1951
  • Letter from Noel Branton, Head of Department of Business Administration, Glasgow and West of Scotland Commercial College, to A.W. Middleton, Secretary, Glasgow and West of Scotland Commercial College, 13 June 1951. Confirming that Mr MacKinven has delivered 35 hours of lectures in Italian to the final year BSc (Economics) students.
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