- 1908-1937 (Creation)
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The Society was initially known as the Glasgow Technical College Civil Engineering Society and held its first meeting on 6 February 1908. Its aims were to promote the acquisition of knowledge pertaining to the profession of civil engineering; to hold meetings for the reading and discussing of papers on engineering subjects; to make visits to engineering works of interest; to promote social intercourse amongst the students, and to keep past students in touch with the College.
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Minute books (1908 and 1934-1937); abstract of lectures delivered during session 1929-1930; published lectures by Robert Boyle and John Burns.
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