University of Glasgow : Lister Centenary, centenary congratulatory addresses to the University of Glasgow, Scotland

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

  • Congratulatory address presented to the University of Glasgow by universities/medical institutions in Austria 1965
  • Congratulatory address presented to the University of Glasgow by universities/medical institutions in Belgium 1965
  • Congratulatory address presented to the University of Glasgow by universities/medical institutions in Canada 1965
  • Congratulatory address presented to the University of Glasgow by universities/medical institutions in France 1965
  • Congratulatory address presented to the University of Glasgow by universities/medical institutions in Panajab 1965
  • Congratulatory address presented to the University of Glasgow by universities/medical institutions in South Africa 1965
  • Congratulatory address presented to the University of Glasgow by universities/medical institutions in Russia 1965
  • Congratulatory address presented to the University of Glasgow by universities/medical institutions in the United States of America 1965

Administrative / Biographical History

The  Lister Centenary in  1965  celebrated the first use of antiseptic surgery by  Joseph Lister on 12 August  1865  . The centenary was marked by the setting up of the Lister Centenary Committee and an appeal fund for the building of extensions to  University of Glasgow , Scotland, premises, including the provision of additional halls of residence for students. The celebrations culminated in events held between 3-5 April  1967  hosted by the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow marking the publication of Lister's work on the Antiseptic treatment of wounds.

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Fonds level description created by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 28 October 2004

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