- English Literature notes including lectures given by Dr Smart, Professor William Macneile Dixon and Miss Gray 1923-1925;
- European History lecture including lectures given by Professor Dudley Julius Medley 1924-1925;
- French notes including lectures by Professor Charles Aristede Martin , Mr Silver, Mr Pitoy and Mr Mesaque 1923-4;
- British History notes 1925.
Papers of Margaret Gordon Lowthian, 1906- , arts graduate, University of Glasgow, Scotland
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Margaret Gordon Lowthian was born in 1906 . She studied at the University of Glasgow , Scotland, between 1923 and 1926 , when she gained her Master of Arts degree. In her first year she passed subjects including English, French and Mathematics, she gained passes in her second year in English, History and Logic & Metaphysics, and passes in her third year in Political Economy and English with British History. She gained a first class certificate in British History for those studying English at Honours level in session 1925-6. After graduating she went on to become a teacher.
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Fonds level description was compiled by Adele Redhead, Assistant Archivist, May 2003. Lower level descriptions compiled by Glasgow University Archive Services staff. Catalogue converted to Encoded Archival Description by Adele Redhead, Assistant Archivist, 07 May 2003. Catalogue edited by Michelle Kaye, Archives Assistant, 13 July 2012.