- Latin notes, c1925;
- Mathematics notes, 1925;
- French notes, c1925-1926;
- English notes, c1926.
Papers of Eliza McCallum Crawford, b.1907, arts graduate, University of Glasgow, Scotland
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 248 DC 345
- Dates of Creation1925-1926
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description0.13 metres (8 notebooks)
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Eliza McCallum Crawford was born in Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland, in 1907 and entered the University of Glasgow in 1925. In her first year she took Latin, French and Mathematics. In the 1926-1927 session she took English Ordinary and Higher French. In her final academic year, 1927-1928, she studied Logic, Moral Philosophy and Education. She graduated MA in June 1928, later becoming a teacher.
The arrangement of this material reflects the original order in which it was received
Conditions Governing Access
Gift : Eliza M Crawford : 1977
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Location of Originals
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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 created by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 24 March 2005. Lower level description compiled by by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 24 March 2005.