John Herd Bruce: Voluntary Exercises in Algebra, Madras College, St Andrews, with improving aphorisms and sundry decorative photographs, pictorial scraps and drawings.
John Herd Bruce, mathematics notebooks, 1875-1878.
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Administrative / Biographical History
John Herd Bruce (b.1859) was the son of George Brown Bruce, cabinet maker in St Andrews, and Sophie Herd. He attended Madras College and then the United College of St Andrews University in 1878-1879. He studied medicine at Edinburgh University the following year; however his name does not appear in the Medical Register.
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Presented to the Library by Miss J B Bruce, 30 June 1943.
Call numbers used to be ms363, ms364, ms365, ms366
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Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements
Binding: burgundy morocco. Paper: 11.4x18.4cm
Binding: Vol.I Black morocco; Vol.II Blue morocco.
Paper: Vol.I 18.5x23cm; Vol.II 11.3x18.2cm.
Both have 'J.H. BRUCE 1877-78' in gold lettering on front cover.
Description compiled by Maia Sheridan, Archives Hub project archivist, based on material from the Manuscripts Database.
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