- Laboratory course for Medical Dental and Veterinary students, c mid 20th century;
- Practical Chemistry Instruction Sheets: A First Year Course for Medical and Dental Students by D T Gibson and R I Reed, c mid 20th century;
- Typed notes on Chemistry written by D T Gibson, c mid 20th century;
- Instruction sheets for Medical and Dental Students in Practical Chemistry: A Final Year course by D T Gibson and R I Reed, 1954;
- Chemistry Laboratory Manual for Medical Dental and Veterinary Students by D T Gibson and John Robertson, 1959;
- Notes on Chemistry for Medical Dental and Veterinary Students by D T Gibson, 1960;
- Notes on the structure of the Chemistry course for Medical Dental and Veterinary students, 1950-1967;
- Universuty of Edinburgh First Year Chemistry Laboratory Instruction Book , 1967-1968.
Papers of David Templeton Gibson, DSc 1932, chemist and Lecturer in Chemistry, University of Glasgow, Scotland
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Administrative / Biographical History
David Templeton Gibson was born in 1899 . He studied at Belfast and gained his MSc. In 1924 he went to the University of Glasgow as a part-time demonstrator and assistant in Chemistry. In 1927 he was appointed a lecturer and in 1930 became a Carnegie Teaching Fellow. He was awarded a DSc in 1932 from Glasgow University for a thesis entitled Polysulphonyl Methanes . He became senior lecturer in Chemistry, responsible for medical students. It is from this period in his career that the material in this collection comes. David Templeton Gibson retired in 1965 and lived in Edinburgh where he died in the late 1980s.
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Dr D T Gibson : 1982
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Fonds level compiled by Hannah Westall, Archives Assistant, 15 May 2000, and converted to Encoded Archival Description by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 12 March 2004. Lower level descriptions compiled by members of Glasgow University Archive Services. Catalogue edited by Emma Anthony, Business Archives Cataloguer, 19 July 2012.