- Fitness certificates, 1935;
- MA degree certificate, 1939;
- Latin and Greek lecture notes, 1935-1939.
Papers of Shelagh Mary Dickson, 1917-c1990, arts graduate, University of Glasgow, Scotland
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Administrative / Biographical History
Shelagh Mary Dickson was born on 27 August 1917 in Glasgow. Her father, William, was a hidebroker. She began her studies at the University of Glasgow in the 1935. In her first year, 1935-1936, she studied English and Latin, and in the next academic session she took Latin Higher, Greek and Moral Philosophy. In her third year she took Greek (Ordinary) and Latin (Higher) whilst in her final year, 1938-1939, she studied Greek (Higher) and Geology (Ordinary). She graduated MA in 1939. She lived in Glasgow for the rest of her life and died around 1990.
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Fonds level description compiled by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 11 November 2004. Lower level description compiled by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 11 November 2004.