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University of Glasgow (1451- : Glasgow, Scotland) (531)

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These are Economic History lecture notes, possibly a lecturer's own notes. There are 6 notebooks within a slipcase. On the slipcase is written in pencil "Dr James Cunnison? Alec Macfie?" The identification of the author of these notes is not certain. There is one letter within volume 6 addressed to Dr Cunnison, but without a comparison of handwriting it has not possible to assign these notes to Dr Cunnison. References within the notes would indicate that they were written after 1924....

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Hunterian Club (Glasgow, Scotland) (52)

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Mitchell Library (Glasgow, Scotland) (13)

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James Templeton & Co, 1843-1938, Glasgow, Scotland (28)

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James Templeton & Co Ltd, 1938-1974, Glasgow, Scotland (25)

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James Templeton & Co (carpet manufacturers : 1843-1938 : Glasgow, Scotland) (19)

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James Templeton (1802-1885) was born in Campbeltown, Argyll & Bute, Scotland. He began his career in a small wholesale draper in Glasgow, Scotland, before working for a merchant house in Liverpool, England. He spent 3 years in Mexico on the company's behalf, then returned to Scotland where he gained experience in the Glasgow cotton industry before moving to Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. Here he established a shawl-making business in 1829 at the age of 27. He became interes...

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James Templeton & Co Ltd (carpet manufacturers : 1938-1974 : Glasgow, Scotland) (19)

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James Templeton (1802-1885) was born in Campbeltown, Argyll & Bute, Scotland. He began his career in a small wholesale draper in Glasgow, Scotland, before working for a merchant house in Liverpool, England. He spent 3 years in Mexico on the company's behalf, then returned to Scotland where he gained experience in the Glasgow cotton industry before moving to Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. Here he established a shawl-making business in 1829 at the age of 27. He became interes...

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Smith, Malcolm Andrew Ferguson-, b 1931, geneticist, University of Glasgow, Scotland, (22)

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Malcolm Andrew Ferguson-Smith (1931- ) is a celebrated geneticist whose work on gene mapping has shaped our understanding of human evolution. Ferguson-Smith graduated MB, ChB in 1955 and was appointed a lecturer in Medical Genetics at the University in 1961. He was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 1965, a Reader in 1971, and Professor of Medical Genetics in1973. He was also Honorary Consultant in Medical Paediatrics at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children from 1966 and in Clinical Genetics at Y...

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British Carpets Ltd, 1974-2006, Glasgow, Scotland (8)

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Royal Technical College (Glasgow, Scotland) (5)

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