Professor Sir Ian Hill, Department of Medicine, University of Dundee

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Speeches and Correspondence. 1927-1968; Notes on memorial lectures and other pamphlets. 1960-1982; Pocket File: Open P.G. Lecture. 1969; Notes on papers and miscellaneous other correspondence. 1963; Box file labeled Papers and Mementos. 1966-1973; Various journals and reprints of articles. 1937-1978; Movie Film for 16mm Roll Camera. n.d.

Administrative / Biographical History

Sir Ian George Wilson Hill (1904-1982) was Professor of Medicine at University of Dundee, 1950-69. During that time he was also Honorary Physician to the Queen in Scotland (1956-70) and President of the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh (1963-66). Educated at George Watson's College Edinburgh and the Universities of Edinburgh, Michigan and Vienna. He was a lecturer at University of Aberdeen (1933-37), and University of Edinburgh (1937-49). From 1938-1950 he was Asst. Physician, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. Through the Second World War (1939-1945) he served in various military hospitals, becoming Consulting Physician, XIVth Army, Burma and ALFSEA (1944-1945). After retiring in 1969 he spent a year as a visiting Professor at the University of Teheran, then two years as Professor Emeritus, Dean, Medical Faculty, Haile Selasse I University, Ethiopia.

Arrangement

Records are arranged chronologically within series.

Conditions Governing Access

Open for consultation subject to preservation requirements. Access must also conform to the restrictions of the Data Protection Act and any other appropriate legislation.

Acquisition Information

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Note

Fonds level description compiled by Gary Smith, January 2005

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