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Scottish Hotel School records

  • GB 249 OF/26
  • Collection
  • 1944-2007
  • Management committee papers
  • Annual reports
  • Financial records
  • Estates and buildings records
  • Certificates of accreditation of courses
  • Prospectuses
  • Course leaflets
  • Handbooks for international students
  • Examination papers
  • Awards ceremony programmes
  • Student records
  • Prize and scholarship records
  • Uniforms
  • Student memorabilia
  • Group photographs
  • Internationale Kochkunst Grosser Preis medal
  • Function menus
  • Visitors' books
  • News cuttings books
  • Year books and newsletters
  • Teaching aids
  • Published articles about the Scottish Hotel School
  • Corporate merchandise
  • Board game entitled 'Who wants to be a hotelier'
  • Certificate of corporate membership of Hospitality Action
  • Scottish Hotel School Library records

Scottish Hotel School

Published articles about the Scottish Hotel School

  • Copy of article by Rankin Taylor entitled 'Hotel School in Scotland', in Hotel Management, volume 20, number 1 (January 1949), pp.41-43
  • Copy of article by J. Wilson Hawthorn entitled 'Learning the "Inns" and "Outs"', in Illustrated, 26 February 1949, pp.27-29
  • Copy of article by John Kerr entitled 'Scotland's School for Hoteliers', in Scotland's Magazine, volume 53, number 5 (May 1957), pp.8-12

Giving voice. An oral history of British women who qualified as speech therapists between 1945 and 1970.

  • GB 249 SOHC 37
  • Collection
  • 2017 - 2019

Oral history project carried out by Jois Stansfield for MSc Health History at University of Strathclyde.

This is believed to be the first oral history of speech and language therapy in the UK. Early members of the speech and language therapy profession were recruited from retirement networks and via the professional body, the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. Interviews were held across England and Scotland, taking a life-story approach with each participant. Personal testimony, previously unheard, from these pioneers of the profession demonstrates the degree to which these women were products of their age, class and gender and the individual ways in which they negotiated challenges in their personal and professional lives.

Stansfield, Jois, b.1951, speech therapy historian

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