- Astronomy lecture notes 1933-1934;
- Practical Astronomy lecture notes c.1933;
- Astronomy III 1933-1934;
- Capitation of Formulae undated;
- Astronomy IV Notes 1934-1935;
- Precession, Nutation (Revised Notes) 1934-1935;
- Laplace's Lunar Theory 1934-1935;
- Precession, Nutation, Time 1934-1935;
- Astronomy Honours 1934-1935;
- Motion of Earth in Orbit 1934-1935;
- Astronomy exercises and proofs 1932-1935.
Papers of James Millar Hamilton, 1914-1983, arts and science graduate, University of Glasgow, Scotland
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- Dates of Creation1932-1935
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description0.013 metres
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James Millar Hamilton was an arts and science student at the University of Glasgow from 1931-1936 . In his first year, 1931-1932 he studied Maths, Chemistry and Natural Philosophy. The following year, 1932-1933, he studied Maths, Natural Philosophy, Latin and Astronomy. In his third year, 1933-1934, he studied History, Astronomy, Maths and natural Philosophy. In his fourth year, 1934-1935, he studied Maths, Natural Philosophy and Astronomy. In his fifth and final year, 1952-1953, he studied Maths and Natural Philosophy. James Hamilton graduated MA in 1934 and BSc (First Class Honours) in Astronomy in 1936 .
He worked as a rector and died on 27 Ocotber 1983.
The arrangement of this material reflects the original order in which it was received.
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Fonds level description compiled by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 05 November 2004.