The material is composed of: an album presented by his friends and pupils of the Middlesex Hospital, 1901; and lectures on midwifery by David Berry Hart (1851-1920) owned by Robinson.
Collection of Material relating to Professor Arthur Robinson (1862-1948)
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- ReferenceGB 237 Coll-474
- Dates of Creation1882-1901
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description3 volumes
- LocationGen. 612; Gen.753-754
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Arthur Robinson was born in 1862. He studied at Edinburgh University. He started his career as Demonstrator of Anatomy at Edinburgh University, then at Owens College, Manchester. He then became a Lecturer in Anatomy at Victoria University, then at Middlesex Hospital. Prior to returning to Edinburgh University, Robinson was Professor of Anatomy at King's College, London, Hunterian Professor of Anatomy at the Royal College of Surgeons and Professor of Anatomy at Birmingham University. Latterly he was Professor Emeritus of Anatomy at Edinburgh University, 1909-1931. Professor Arthur Robinson died on 3 December 1948.
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Album, transferred from Anatomical Library, June 1962, Accession no. E62.52. Hart lectures transferred from Anatomical Library, 1964, Accession no. E64.31.
The biographical/administrative history was compiled using the following material: (1) Who was who 1941-1950. Vol.4. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1952.
Compiled by Graeme D Eddie, Edinburgh University Library, Special Collections Division.
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