- Lecture notebook, 1893;
- Cards with biographical details of Pride, c.1993.
Papers of Wallace Ainsworth Pride, 1872-1926, medical graduate, University of Glasgow, Scotland
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- ReferenceGB 248 DC 414
- Dates of Creation1893-c1993
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description0.02 metres
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Administrative / Biographical History
Wallace Ainsworth Pride was born in Neilston, Renfrewshire, on 26 May 1872 . His father, David Pride (MB 1863), was a doctor. Wallace studied medicine at the University of Glasgow from 1889-1895 and graduated with an MBChB in November 1895 . He then worked briefly as a ship's surgeon for Anchor Line , but in 1897 he returned to Neilston and joined his father's medical practice. In 1907 he became a lecturer and examiner for St Andrew's Ambulance Association and in 1911 he became Medical Officer for the Renfrewshire Combination Poor House. During the First World War, he served with the Royal Army Medical Corps at Crookston War Hospital, Glasgow, and was promoted to the rank of Honorary Captain in April 1918. In 1924 he was appointed as a physician and surgeon at Glasgow Victoria Infirmary . Wallace died in Neilston on 29 May 1926 .
The arrangement of this material reflects the original order in which it was received.
Deposit : Douglas R Mill : 1986
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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
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Collection catalogued by members of Glasgow University Archive Service staff. Catalogue converted to Encoded Archival Description by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 14 July 2004. Administrative history edited by Jane Heward, Archives Assistant, 25 May 2011.