This section comprises the following series:
Manuscript and typescript lecture notes, papers, draft articles, draft chapters etc.
Printed and published material
University College Dundee
Correspondence and papers on Stamper's rational theory.Stamper, F. Harrison, fl. 1960, physicist
First year physics laboratory notebook belonging to Malcolm Phillips, student at the Royal College of Science and Technology, Glasgow. The front cover is entitled Allan Glen's School but the contents relate to courses taken at the Royal College.Phillips, Malcolm, b. 1938, student at Royal College of Science and Technology, Glasgow
Material by and about George Forbes including publications and reports by Forbes; maps belonging to Forbes; testimonials for Forbes; recollections of Forbes by Jen Stockdale; articles on Forbes' carbon brushes; biographical information; bibliography of Forbes' writings; rules of University Club, Edinburgh and of New Club, North Berwick; Forbes' calling card; reprint of articles by James D. Forbes, Principal of St Andrews University.Forbes, George, 1849-1936, engineer and astronomer
Material by and about James Blyth including testimonials; patents; papers; drawing; obituaries and biographical information; correspondence.
-Items 1 to 13 and 26 are contemporary with Blyth's time and work
-Items 14 to 25 are papers from later- the 1950s-2000s- relating to Blyth
Exercises set in Higher Natural Philosophy class at Glasgow University; notes on John Anderson's books and instruments; papers on Muir's work as examiner for Drawing Office Apprentices' Examination for William Denny & Brothers Ltd; papers on consulting work; reprints of scientific papers; biographical details; applications and testimonials.Muir, James, 1875-1945, physicist
Student notes and notebooks; thesis; correspondence; biography written by Tom Hunter.Hunter, John, 1896-1987, student at Royal Technical College, Glasgow
Signed and indexed minutes of meetings of the Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Natural Science Committee of the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College and (from 1912) the Royal Technical College, Glasgow concerning the direction of mathematics, natural philosophy and natural science teaching as well as the administration of the Euing Lectureship in the Theory of Music, preliminary and first science examinations and general bursaries and scholarships.Royal Technical College, Glasgow | Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Natural Science Committee
The lecture notes were taken by James Hinds, student at the Royal Technical College, and transcribed by Frederick Symon.Hinds, James, fl. 1930-1939, student at Royal Technical College, Glasgow
Research papers; lectures and published works; papers relating to official visits by Principal and Lady Curran; diary of Manhattan Project; transcript of filmed interview; papers relating to the development of the Royal College and the University of Strathclyde.Curran, Sir Samuel Crowe, 1912-1998, Knight, physicist, Principal of University of Strathclyde
Records relating to the teaching of physics at the University of Strathclyde and the Royal College of Science and Technology, the Royal Technical College, the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College and Anderson's College (the antecedents of the University of Strathclyde).University of Strathclyde | Department of Physics