- Mathematics, c1924-1928;
- Chemistry, 1924-1925;
- Theory and Practice of Heat Engines, 1925-1926;
- Heat Engines, c1924-1928;
- Mechanics, c1924-1928;
- Applied Mechanics, c1924-1928;
- Higher Mathematics, c1924-1928;
- Electrical, 1925-1926.
Duncan Campbell was born on 14 April 1907 in the Parish of Fodderty, Ross-shire, Scotland. His father was a carpenter. He matriculated at the University of Glasgow, Scotland in 1924 and studied Mathematics, Chemistry, Heat Engines, Mechanics and Electrical Engineering, graduating BSc in Engineering in 1928. He served in the Royal Navy with the rank of Captain. He died in August 1989.
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Deposit : Mrs O Campbell, Staverton, Totnes, Devon : March 1990 : ACCN 1104
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