Lecture notes: Engineering (Metallurgy), 1921.
Papers of David Maclaren Cathcart, b1904, engineering student, University of Glasgow, Scotland
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David Maclaren Cathcart was an engineering student at the University of Glasgow in the 1920s . He took the following classes: Ordinary History, Mathematics, French 1924-1925; Ordinary Latin, English, Political Economy 1925-1926; Higher English, Roman History, Ordinary Moral Philosophy 1926-1927.
He took the following classes: 1st year classes at Royal Technical College 1920-1921; Mathematics, Motive Power, Electrical Engineering, Mechanics 1921-1922; Natural Philosophy, Electrical Engineering II, Motive Power II, Mechanics II 1922-1923.
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