- Lecture notes for English Literature 1917-1918.
Papers of Anne Stewart Orr, b 1894, arts student, Queen Margaret College, Glasgow, Scotland
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- Dates of Creation1917-1918
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- Language of MaterialEnglish
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Administrative / Biographical History
Anne Stewart Orr was born in 1894 and attended Queen Margaret College , from 1913-1919 . In 1883 a separate College for women named after Queen Margaret, the saintly wife of King Malcolm Canmore who was credited with bringing learning and civilisation to Scotland in the 11th century, was established at Northpark House about one kilometre from the University. The students were known affectionately as Q Emmas. In 1892 Queen Margaret College became formally part of the University of Glasgow ; it closed in 1935 , when all teaching was transferred to Gilmorehill. Northpark House is currently the Scottish headquarters of the BBC. Anne took classes in Latin, Italian, French, Geology, English Literature, Moral Philosophy, Constitutional Law, and History. Source: Hunterian Museum webpages .
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Collection catalogued by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 18 March 2005, and members of Glasgow University Archive Service Staff. Catalogue converted to encoded archival description by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 18 March 2005. Catalogue edited by Emma Anthony, Business Archives Cataloguer, 12 July 2012.