- Lecture notebooks and loose notes, 1929-1936;
- English essays, 1930-1935;
- Class admittance tickets, 1929-1934;
- Examination admittance tickets, 1930-1935;
- Class certificates, 1929-1931;
- Bursary documentation, 1885-1930;
- Society membership cards, 1929-1934;
- Library tickets, 1930-1934;
- Matriculation cards, 1929-1934;
- Honorary graduation ceremony programme, 1933.
Papers of Annie Dick, arts graduate of the University of Glasgow, 1910-2000
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 248 UGC 039
- Dates of Creation1885-1936
- Name of Creator
- Language of Materialenglish french latin
- Physical Description0.30 metresThere are no physical characteristics that affect the use of this material
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Annie Dick was born in Glasgow on 18 May 1910. Her father was Moncrieff Dick, a mining tool manufacturer. Before university Annie was a pupil at Hutcheson's Girls' Grammar School, Glasgow. She first matriculated at the University in September 1929 and studied French, Latin and History in session 1929-1930. In her second year, 1930-1931, she studied English and Moral Philosophy and in third year, 1931-1932, English and British History. In fourth year, 1932-1933, she continued with her English studies and in a fifth year, 1933-1934, specialised in English Language and Literature. She returned for a sixth year studying English and Anglo-Saxon and graduated in November 1935 with an MA (Hons) in English Language and Literature. While at University she received one of the John Clark (Mile-End) bursaries. Miss Dick won the following prizes: general excellence in Latin 1929-1930 (10th prize); 2nd prize in the French Ordinary class 1929-1930; 4th prize in English and 2nd class certificate in Moral Philosophy 1930-1931; 2nd class certificate in Higher Ordinary English, 2nd prize in British History (for Honours English) and 2nd prize in British History 1931-1932; 1st prize in English Language 1932-1933 and 2nd prize in the English Language Advanced class 1934-1935.
Miss Dick returned to Hutcheson's Girls' Grammar School as a teacher, then went to Westbourne School in Glasgow where she was Head of English. She retired c1975 and died in 2000.
The collection has been arranged into series by type of record, and is thereafter chronologically arranged
Conditions Governing Access
Gift from a friend of Annie Dick: ACCN 1924 and ACCN 1953
Other Finding Aids
Digital file level list available in searchroom.
Alternative Form Available
No known copies
Conditions Governing Use
Applications for permission to quote should be sent to the University Archivist
Reproduction subject to usual conditions: educational use & condition of documents
This material has been appraised in line with standard GB 248 procedures. The English examination papers ref UGC039/4 have been removed.
Held by Annie Dick and acquired by a friend upon her death
No known publications using this material
This material is original
The fonds level of description was compiled by Andrew MacGregor, Archive Assistant, 14 August 2000
Revisions made to fonds level and lower levels by Lucy Neville, Archive Assistant, 2010.
Word list converted to EAD by Lucy Neville, Archive Assistant, 2010.