Papers of Mary Fisher MacLeod, graduate of the University of Glasgow, c1889-c1980s

Scope and Content

  • Tickets, cards and certificates, 1906-1909;
  • Moral Philosophy lecture notes, 1908-1909;
  • Material relating to University of Glasgow events and societies, 1909-c1912;
  • Photographs of Mary MacLeod and her sisters, 1907-c1954;
  • Sample Sewing book, 1910.

Administrative / Biographical History

Mary Fisher MacLeod was in born in Glasgow, Scotland around 1889. She first matriculated at the University of Glasgow in 1906 and studied Latin, Mathematics, English and French in the session 1906-1907. In her second year (1907-1908) she studied Logic, History, English and Mental Philosophy. In the session 1907-1908, her third year, she studied Moral Philosophy and Education and received her MA in 1909. She died in the early 1980s after a career in teaching.


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This material is original

Compiled by Alan Convery, Work Experience Placement, 23 January 2002

Catalogue amended and enhanced by Kath Roper-Caldbeck, cataloguing volunteer, 12th June 2018.

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