Records of Glasgow University Ninth Jubilee Congratulatory Addresses

Scope and Content

The collection comprises the congratulatory addresses presented to the University in 1901, by Universities and other Educational Institutions, and individuals worldwide, to mark the Ninth Jubilee of the founding of the University

Administrative / Biographical History

The Ninth Jubilee of the founding of the  University of Glasgow , Scotland, was celebrated in a variety of ways throughout  1901  , with a formal programme of celebrations taking place during the period  12-14 June 1901  . On Wednesday  12 June 1901  a commemorative service was held in Glasgow Cathedral and was followed by a reception at which delegates from various universities and academic institutions around the world presented their congratulatory addresses.

Source:   The University of Glasgow, Record of the Ninth Jubilee of the University of Glasgow (Glasgow, 1901)


The addresses are listed alphabetically within three main classes, namely Foreign Countries, British Colonies and Dependencies, and United Kingdom

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Unknown transfer prior to the existence of formal accessioning procedures

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This material has been appraised in line with standard GB 248 procedures

Custodial History

Continuous custody within the University of Glasgow


None expected

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Additional Information

This material is original

Revised by Moira Rankin, Senior Archivist, 18 November 2002

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