Records of the Glasgow University Club, Aberdeen, alumni society, Aberdeen, Scotland

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2 annual dinner menu cards, 1975-1976.

Administrative / Biographical History

The Glasgow University Club, Aberdeen was one of seven Graduates' Clubs to exist in 1948, when the Glasgow University Graduates Association was founded. The others were:

  • Glasgow University Club, London,
  • Glasgow University Women's Club, London,
  • Glasgow University Club of Manchester,
  • The North East of England Club,
  • Glasgow University Old Students' Association of New South Wales,
  • The Yorkshire Association of Graduates of the University of Glasgow.
The Aberdeen club is for graduates living in the Aberdeen area to meet and promote the interests of Glasgow University. An Annual Dinner is held , with guest speakers from the university, who have included Sir Charles Wilson, Principal, in 1976, Sir Alwyn Williams, Principal, in 1978 and Sir Kerr Fraser, Principal, in 1990. The Glasgow University Club, Aberdeen still meet.


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Related Material

  • GB 0248 DC 097 Records of Glasgow University Club, London, 1886-1982, alumni society, London, England
  • GB 0248 DC 453 Records of Glasgow University Women's Club (London), alumni society, London, England

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Description compiled in line with the following international standards: International Council on Archives,ISAD(G) Second Edition, September 1999 and National Council on Archives,Rules for the construction of personal, place and corporate names

Scotland is the location of all place names in the administrative/biographical history element, unless otherwise stated.

Fonds level description compiled by John Lehmann, Archives Assistant, 21 May 2008. Lower level description compiled by John Lehmann, Archives Assistant, 21 May 2008.