Records of The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland, 15th century-2014 Add to your favourites. View associated digital content.

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Title: Records of The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland, 15th century-2014 Add to your favourites. View associated digital content.

Primary Creator: The Glasgow School of Art (1845-)

Extent: 435.6 Linear Feet

Arrangement: This material has been arranged into series, which consist of records related by format and/or function.

Subjects: Administration, Archives, Art education, Curriculum development, Glasgow, Scotland, Higher education, Photographs, Printed ephemera, The Glasgow School of Art

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Includes:

Records of the Academic Council, 1973-2000

Audiovisual material, c1950s-2000s

Records of the Board of Studies, 1932-1950

Records of the Continuing Education Department, c1988-2000

Records of the Assistant Director and Company Secretary, c1986-2008

Records of the Deputy Director, c1946-1993

Records of the School of Design, c1979-2001

Records of the Development and External Relations Office, c1997-2004

Records of the Director, 1846-

Records of GSA Enterprises, c1991-2000

Ephemera collection, 1890-

The School's collection of ephemera includes flyers, programmes and tickets for events at the School, such as plays, fashion shows, charities week events, exhibitions and performances.

Records of the Estates Department, c1964-2007

Records of the Exhibitions Officer, c1990-1994

Records of the School of Fine Art, c1978-1999

Records of the Finance Officer, 1870-2000

Records of First Year Studies, c1988-2000

Records of the Board of Governors, 1847-2007

Key records include:

Annual reports, 1847-2000 - The School's annual reports provide information on governors, staff and prizewinning students, and sometimes but not always, a headmaster's or director's report and annual accounts.

Building Committee papers, 1883-1949 - Minutes, correspondence, estimates, specifications and financial records relating to the erection of the Mackintosh Building, as well as the School's extension scheme.

Records of House for an Art Lover

Records of Liberal Studies/Historical and Critical Studies, c1992

Records of Information Services, c1900-2004

Records of the Mackintosh School of Architecture, c1957-2002

Newspaper cuttings, 1864-

The School's press cuttings include articles relating to staff and students.

Photographs, c1880s-

The School's photograph collection provides an excellent record of events at The Glasgow School of Art, its students and their work.

Records of the Personnel Office, c1987-2006

Records of the Planning Department, 1962-1964

Records of the Registrar, c1881-2000

Key records include:

Student records, 1881-1997 - The School's student registers can provide student's names, dates of birth, dates of admission, educational background, addresses, occupations, courses taken and marks and awards gained.

Prospectuses, 1893-1995 - The School's prospectuses provide information about staff and governors; the organisation and administration of the School; summaries of the School's curriculum; individual courses and tutors; fees; scholarships and bursaries.

Records of the School Council, 1969-1982

Records of the Secretary and Treasurer, 1853-1996

Records of the Senior Management Group

Records of the School of Simulation and Visualisation

Records of the Staff Council, 1909-1949

Records of the Student Support Service

Biographical Note

The Glasgow School of Art has its origins in the Glasgow Government School of Design, which was established on 6 January 1845. The Glasgow Government School of Design was one of twenty similar institutions established in the United Kingdom's manufacturing centres between 1837 and 1851. Set up as a consequence of the evidence given to the House of Commons Select Committee on Arts and their connection with Manufactures of 1835-1836, the Government Schools hoped to improve the quality of the country's product design through a system of education that provided training in design for industry. Somerset House was the first of such schools to be established, opening in 1837, and others followed throughout the provinces.

In 1853 the Glasgow Government School of Design changed its name to the Glasgow School of Art. Following the receipt of some funding from the Haldane Academy Trust, (a trust set up by James Haldane, a Glasgow engraver, in 1833), The Glasgow School of Art was required to incorporate the name of the trust into its title. Consequently, it became the Glasgow School of Art and Haldane Academy, although by 1891 the "Haldane Academy" was dropped from the title. Glasgow School of Art was incorporated in 1892. In 1901 the Glasgow School of Art was designated a Central Institution for Higher Art Education in Glasgow and the West of Scotland.

Initially the School was located at 12 Ingram Street, Glasgow, but in 1869, it moved to the Corporation Buildings on Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. In 1897 work started on a new building to house the School of Art on Renfrew Street, Glasgow. The building was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, former pupil of The Glasgow School of Art. The first half of the building was completed in 1899 and the second in 1909.

The Government Schools ran courses in elementary drawing, shading from the flat, shading from casts, chiaroscuro painting, colouring, figure drawing from the flat, figure drawing from the round, painting the figure, geometrical drawing, perspective, modelling and design. All these courses were introduced from the start at the Glasgow School apart from that of design. The course in design was the "summit of the system" where students came up with original designs for actual manufactures or decorative purposes and it was not until 1849, when Charles Heath Wilson became headmaster, that classes in design began to be taught. Also in this year Bruce Bell was engaged to teach mechanical and architectural drawing.

After 1853 the above pattern of courses was extended to 26 stages which formed the national curriculum for art schools. This system was known as the South Kensington system. An Art Masters could be awarded by gaining certificates in the available subjects. There was no restriction on entry and students could take as long as they wished to accumulate their passes before being awarded their Art Masters.

In 1901 the Glasgow School of Art was given the power to award its own diplomas. In the same year Art 91D classes for day school teachers commenced which were later known as the Art 55 classes. From 1901 to 1979 the School of Art awarded its own diplomas and thereafter it awarded degrees of the Council for National Academic Awards. In the 1970s the School of Fine Art and the School of Design were established. With the demise of the Council for National Academic Awards, from 1993 Glasgow University awarded the School's degrees in fine art and design.

In 1885 the Glasgow School of Art taught architecture and building construction conforming to the South Kensington system. Following on from the designation of the School as a Central Institution and the empowerment of the School to award its own diplomas, the School and the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College worked together to produce a curriculum for a new course leading to a joint diploma. In 1903 the joint Glasgow School of Architecture was established within the Glasgow School of Art in conjunction with the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College. For the new diploma design classes were to be taught at the School of Art and the construction classes at the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College. The first diplomas in architecture were awarded in 1910. In 1924 the Glasgow School of Art became a university teaching institution when the University of Glasgow set up a BSc in Architecture which was to be taught at the School of Architecture. In 1964 the Royal College of Science and Technology (formerly the Royal Technical College, formerly the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College) merged with the Scottish College of Commerce to form the new University of Strathclyde. Following the merger the Glasgow School of Architecture came to an end, the last students transferring to Strathclyde degrees and graduating in 1968. In 1970 the Mackintosh School of Architecture was established. It is housed within the Glasgow School of Art and forms that school's Department of Architecture. Its degrees are accredited by the University of Glasgow and its Head is the University's Professor of Architecture.

The Glasgow Government School of Design was originally managed, as were the other Government Schools, by the Board of Trade and a Committee of Management representing local subscribers. Then, in 1852, the Government Schools of Design were taken over by the Department of Practical Art. This Department was renamed the Department of Science and Art in 1853 and was located in South Kensington, London. The Committee of Management was replaced in 1892 by the Board of Governors. In 1898, control of the School was transferred again, this time to the Scotch Education Department (renamed the Scottish Education Department in 1918). The School became academically independent in 1901 when it was free to develop its own curriculum and its own diplomas, subject to the approval of the Scottish Education Department. The chief executive of the School was the Headmaster, renamed Director in 1901, and a Secretary and Treasurer was responsible for all aspects of the administration of the School. As the School grew, other administrative posts were added.

Subject/Index Terms

Administration
Archives
Art education
Curriculum development
Glasgow, Scotland
Higher education
Photographs
Printed ephemera
The Glasgow School of Art

Administrative Information

Repository: GSA Archives

Access Restrictions:

Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections are open for research by appointment.

Most records which are over 30 years old are available for public consultation. There is restricted access to records which are less than 30 years old, however these can be accessed with the permission of the Head of the relevant department of the School. Student records are closed until they are 75 years old in order to maintain personal confidentiality.

Some material is currently uncatalogued and therefore not accessible for researchers.

Use Restrictions:

Application for permission to quote should be submitted to The Archives and Collections Centre at The Glasgow School of Art.

Reproduction subject to usual conditions: educational use and condition of documents.

Appraisal Information: This material has been appraised in line with Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections standard procedures.

Processing Information:

Fonds level finding aid created by Emily Woolmore, GASHE Project Archivist, 21 March 2000 and amended by Victoria Peters, GASHE Project Manager, 29 August 2001 and 3 January 2002 as part of the Research Support Libraries Programme funded project "Gateway to Archives of Scottish Higher Education".

Ammended for submission to the JISC Archives Hub by David Powell, Hub Project Archivist, January 2002.

08 June 2005 Catalogue record converted to EAD2002, May 2005.

Fonds level description imported from the Archives Hub, 11 September 2006.

Finding Aid Revision History:

Catalogue imported into Archon software and edited by Michelle Kaye, Archon Project Officer, October 2014.

Description edited by Michelle Kaye, Collections Development Officer, September 2017.


Description of Contents

Records of the Academic Council, 1973-2001,
Audiovisual material, c1950s-2000s,
Records of the Board of Studies, 1932-1950,
Records of the Continuing Education Department, 1965-2006,
Records of the Assistant Director and Company Secretary, c1986-2008,
Records of the Deputy Director, c1946-1993,
Records of the Design School, c1979-2001,
Records of the Development and External Relations Office, c1997-2004,
Records of the Director of the Glasgow School of Art, 1846-,
Records of GSA Enterprises, c1991-2000,
Ephemera collection, 15th century-,
Records of the Estates Department, c1964-2007,
Records of the Exhibitions Department, c1989-2016,
Records of the School of Fine Art, c1978-1999,
Records of the Finance Officer, 1870-2000,
Records of the First Year Studies Department, c1988-2000,
Records of the Board of Governors, 1844-2017,
Records of House for an Art Lover,
Records of the Liberal Studies/Historical and Critical Studies Department, c1992,
Records of Information Services, c1900-2004,
Records of the School of Architecture, c1957-2002,
Newspaper cuttings, 1864-,
Photographs, c1880s-,
Records of the Personnel Office, c1987-2006,
Records of the Planning Department, 1962-1964,
,
Records of the Registrar, c1881-2000,
Records of the School Council, 1969-1982,
Records of the Secretary and Treasurer, 1853-1996,
Records of the Senior Management Group,
Records of the School of Simulation and Visualisation,
Records of the Staff Council, 1909-1949,

GSAA/REG, (Sub-Fonds) Records of the Registrar, c1881-2000 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Some of this material is currently uncatalogued and therefore not accessible for researchers.

Includes: prospectuses from 1893 onwards; alphabetical registers of students, 1881-1987; general registers of students, 1889-1946; student enrolment forms, c1929-1997; registers and papers of the Article 55 classes relating to the training of art teachers, 1901-1952; and various other student records including testimonials, travel reports, certificates, class lists, examination records and papers relating to bursaries and scholarships.

Uncatalogued material includes class lists, certificates, degree show material, assessor's reports, admin relating to graduation ceremonies and awards and prizes, student handbooks, prospectuses, conversion course correspondence, open day details and international student recruitment policy details.

Committee papers held within this department include - Admissions Sub Committee, Accreditation of Prior Learning Committee (APL), Awards and Prizes Committee, Conversion Courses Committee, Degree Show Committee, Entry Requirements Working Party, Joint Appeals Committee, Postgraduates Scholarship Sub Committee, Student Progress Committee, Widening Participation Group.

Extent: 63 linear metres, 7 boxes of uncatalogued material
Reference: GSAA/REG

Biography or History: The office of Registrar was created in 1943 when an Assistant Registrar was appointed to relieve the School's Secretary and Treasurer of some of his duties. In 1945 the office of Deputy Director and Registrar was created and these two posts remained combined until 1975 when an Academic Registrar was appointed. In 1995 the post of Academic Registrar was split into two posts, Head of Academic Services and Registrar.

In 1998 the Registry was reorganised, the title reverting to that of Academic Registrar. An Assistant Registrar was appointed in 1999. The Registrar's department is responsible for arranging the admission, matriculation and graduation of the students of the Glasgow School of Art. The department provides support for the School's quality assurance and quality enhancement procedures, academic appeals and research and general academic administration. The School's Continuing Education Department and Student Services both report to the Academic Registrar.

Student Services was established in 1976 with the creation of the post of Student Welfare Officer. Before this post was created the School's Lady Warden was responsible for matters of student welfare. Today the post is known as that of Welfare Officer. Student Services provides the services of the Welfare Officer who offers students a personal welfare and counseling service, and advice and assistance on such issues as finance and personal difficulties which may affect academic work and health. Student Services reports to the Registrar's Department.

Many of the series of records listed here were created by the Secretary and Treasurer and transferred to the Registrar on the creation of the post in 1943. To avoid splitting up series, however, all these records are listed here.

Creator(s):

The Glasgow School of Art

Subject(s):

Administration - Archives - Art education - Higher education - Publications - The Glasgow School of Art

GSAA/REG/1, (Series) Glasgow School of Art prospectuses, 1893-2010s Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description:

The prospectuses include lists of governors and staff, a brief history of the School, plans of the School, information on the organisation and administration of the School, the enrolment of students, courses, classes, lectures, fees, examinations, scholarships and bursaries, prizes, School clubs and lists of results, occupations of students and appointments. The run is incomplete (missing years are: 1894-95, 1895-96, 1896-97, 1897-98, 1898-99, 1899-1900, 1901-02, 1903-04). Prospectuses are kept in chronological order, bound in the following volumes:

REG/1/1: 1893-1914

REG/1/2: 1914-1934

REG/1/3: 1934-1947

REG/1/4: 1947-1959

REG/1/5: 1959-1965

REG/1/6: 1965-1971

Extent: 0.39 metres
Reference: GSAA/REG/1

Biography or History: A prospectus for prospective students was published each year. It was called a calendar until 1947. In 1948 its name was changed to prospectus.

The prospectuses were originally published by the Secretary and Treasurer. The responsibility for their publication passed to the Registrar on the establishment of the office of Registrar in 1943.

Arrangement: Most of the prospectuses are bound together in nine volumes in chronological order. There are also some loose prospectuses.
Alternate Format: 1 set of bound prospectuses and 1 set of loose items. Microfilm also exists in the searchroom for 1893-1979.
GSAA/REG/2, (Series) Alphabetical registers of students, 1881-1987 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

The registers comprise lists of all students registering for attendance at Glasgow School of Art. Details recorded include registered number, name, age, month and year of admission to the School, address, trade or occupation of father. From 1892 the month of admission is omitted and from 1902 the date of admission is not given at all. From 1910 the student's date of birth is given instead of age, and the student's occupation is given instead of the father's. From 1974 the type of qualification studied for may be given, for example certificate, diploma or degree. From 1976 these registers are typed. Registers for 1950-1960 are missing. Bound registers include information as follows:

REG/2/1: 1881-1892

REG/2/2: 1892-1903

REG/2/3: 1903-1919

REG/2/4: 1919-1933

REG/2/5: 1933-1949

Extent: 8 volumes, 1.3 linear metres
Reference: GSAA/REG/2
Biography or History: The registers were originally maintained by the Secretary and Treasurer. The responsibility for their maintenance passed to the Registrar on the establishment of the office of Registrar in 1943.
Arrangement: The registers are organised chronologically. Within each register students are listed alphabetically by surname.
Alternate Format: Photocopies extist for 1881-1919. Microfilm exists in the searchroom for 1881-1933.
Related Material: See also General registers of students GSAA REG/3
GSAA/REG/3, (Series) General registers of students, 1889-1946 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Details recorded include registered number, name, age, date of birth, details of entering and leaving school, address, occupation of student or student's father, signature of student, classes registered for, teacher, local authority. The registers are divided into academic years. Within each year, students are arranged chronologically by their student number. Registers are bound as follows:

REG/3/1: 1888-1892

REG/3/2: 1892-1895

REG/3/3: 1895-1899

REG/3/4: 1899-1900

REG/3/5: 1900-1901

REG/3/6: 1901-1910

REG/3/7: 1910-1919

REG/3/8: 1919-1928

REG/3/9: 1928-1936

Extent: 11 volumes, 1.5 linear metres
Reference: GSAA/REG/3
Biography or History: The registers were originally maintained by the Secretary and Treasurer. The responsibility for their maintenance passed to the Registrar on the establishment of the office of Registrar in 1943.
Arrangement: Registers are arranged in chronological order. Entries within them are also arranged chronologically.
Alternate Format: Microfilm exists in the searchroom for 1895-1936
Related Material: See also Alphabetical registers of students REG/2
GSAA/REG/4, (Series) Student enrolment forms, 1929-c1997 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student enrolment forms for architecture, town planning, Saturday morning and evening classes. Details recorded include register number, name, address, date, date of birth, occupation, subject of study, whether object of study is to qualify as a teacher, dates of attendance if former student, educational qualifications, value of any bursary or maintenance grant, contributing authority, fees.
Extent: 25 linear metres
Reference: GSAA/REG/4
Biography or History: The enrolment forms were originally maintained by the Secretary and Treasurer. The responsibility for their maintenance passed to the Registrar on the establishment of the office of Registrar in 1943.
Arrangement: The forms are arranged by type of class ie architectural class, evening class, and Saturday morning class. Within each of these groups the forms are arranged in numerical order by register number.
GSAA/REG/5, (Folder) Records relating to The Haldane Trust, 1934-1984 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Register of property and securities, 1936-1967, and financial records, 1934-1984.
Extent: 2 folders, 5 volumes
Reference: GSAA/REG/5
Biography or History: The Haldane Trust was established in 1843 by the will of James Haldane, an engraver of Glasgow. Its aim was to establish one or more scholarships of not less than GBP50 each per annum. The scholarships were open to students attending the Glasgow School of Art or any other school of art or design in Glasgow. Holders had to pursue a course of professional study in the Fine Arts, at home or abroad, approved by the Glasgow School of Art. The original scheme was altered more than once and the final scheme was approved under the Educational Endowments (Scotland) Acts 1928 to 1935 on 30 April 1935.
GSAA/REG/6, (Folder) J Arnold Fleming Bequest papers, 1952-1955 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Correspondence with The Royal Glasgow Institute of The Fine Arts on the award under the J Arnold Fleming Bequest to Angus Neil.
Extent: 1 folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/6
GSAA/REG/7, (Series) Student record cards, 1920s-1970s Add to your favourites. 
Description: The cards record the student's name, date of birth, date of admission, educational background, courses taken and marks and awards gained. Some cards have a photograph attached to the back.
Extent: 2.37 metres
Reference: GSAA/REG/7
Biography or History: The student record cards were originally compiled by the Secretary and Treasurer. The responsibility for their compilation passed to the Registrar on the establishment of the office of Registrar in 1943.
Arrangement: The cards are arranged in three subseries, the first relating to students who obtained a diploma 1920s-1970s, the second relating to students who failed to obtain a diploma 1920s-1970s and the third relating to those who obtained a certificate 1920s-1930s.
GSAA/REG/8, (Series) Student attendance records, 1901-1987 Add to your favourites. 
Extent: 31 boxes
Reference: GSAA/REG/8

Arrangement: 31 boxes seperated by date:

1901-1904

1904-1908

1909-1915

1921-1927

1927-1933

1933-1940

1940-1947

1946-1949

1947-1957

1954-1960

1908-1914 & 1920-1922

1950-1953

1949-1950

1952-1955

1954-1956

1956-1958

1957-1958

1958-1960

1960-1962

1962-1964

1953-1965

1964-1966

1966-1967

1967-1969

1968-1971

1970-1973

1972-1976

1973-1977

1978-1981

1981-1987

GSAA/REG/9, (Series) Student travel reports, 1947-1968 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Travel reports submitted to the School by students who undertook a travelling scholarship, plus travel itineraries created by Douglas Percy Bliss during his time as Director of The Glasgow School of Art.
Extent: 11 folders
Reference: GSAA/REG/9

Subject(s):

Architecture - Archives - Ceramics - Commercial art - Drawings (visual works) - Interior design - Textiles - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/1, (Series) Harry Anthony Wheeler, 1948 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes Harry Anthony Wheeler's travel report, a portfolio of drawings and the portfolio cover.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/1

Creator(s):

Wheeler, Sir Harry Anthony

Subject(s):

Architecture - Archives - Drawings (visual works) - Italy - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/1/1, (Folder) Travel Report, 1948 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This report details architecture student Harry A Wheeler's experiences when he travelled to Italy after being awarded the John Keppie Scholarship in 1948. The John Keppie Scholarship gave a bursary of £100 to one architecture student per year to fund a study trip of their choice. The focus of Wheeler's project was Loggias in Florence, Rome and Venice and the report gives biographical information on each Loggia studied. The beginning of this report lists 48 accompanying drawings.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/1/1
Physical Description: Typewritten report
Extent: 1 folder

Creator(s):

Wheeler, Sir Harry Anthony

Subject(s):

Architecture - Archives - Drawings (visual works) - Italy - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/1/2, (Folder) Drawings, 1948 Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description:

These folders contain drawings produced by Harry Anthony Wheeler when he travelled to Italy after being awarded the John Keppie Scholarship in 1948. The John Keppie Scholarship gave a bursary of £100 to one architecture student per year to fund a study trip of their choice. The focus of Wheeler's project was Loggias in Florence, Rome and Venice. Included are 5 "plottings" of the Loggia La Badia near Florence, Wheeler's original portfolio case and 48 loose plates of drawings and photographs which are listed below:

Plate 1: Drawing of the courtyard, cortile, open staircase, gateway and loggia of The Bargello Palazzo Del Podesta in Florence.

Plate 2: Drawing of the Loggia Bargello in Florence.

Plate 3: Drawing of the Loggia Dei Lanzi in Florence.

Plate 4: Entrance to the Loggia Dei Lanzi in Florence.

Plate 5: Detail of Lion on columns in the Loggia Dei Lanzi in Florence.

Plate 6: Loggia Bigallo in Florence.

Plate 7: The Ponte Vecchio in Florence.

Plate 8: The Pazzi Chapel in Florence.

Plate 9: Plan and Elevation drawing of Loggia La Badia near Florence. Pencil and watercolour on white paper.

Plate10: Drawing of an elevation of Loggia La Badia in Florence. Wheeler has added comments to this drawing about materials and techniques. Pencil and watercolour on white paper.

Plate 11: Drawing of section detail of the Loggia La Badia near Florence. Wheeler has added comments to this drawing about materials and techniques. Pencil and watercolour on white paper.

Plate 12: Detail of Stone Bracket, Loggia La Badia near Florence.

Plate 13: Detail of Capital, Loggia La Badia near Florence.

Plate 14: Four small photographs (mounted) of Loggia La Badia near Florence.

Plate 15: The Dome of The Duomo from The Cloisters, San Lorenzo in Florence.

Plate 15a: The Dome of the Medici chapel and church of S.Lorenzo from Giotto's Campanile in Florence.

Plate 16: Loggia Ospedale Degli Innocenti in Florence with Della Robbia's Bambini Medalions in the spandrils.

Plate 17: Loggia Ospedale Degli Innocenti in Florence.

Plate 18: Cloisters, Covent of S. Marco in Florence.

Plate 19: Loggia, Academy of Fine Arts in Florence.

Plate 20: Small mounted photographs of the Pitti Palace Loggia in Florence.

Plate 21: Small mounted photographs of the Uffizi Logia in Florence.

Plate 22: Small mounted photographs of Loggia Fiesole in Florence.

Plate 23: Small mounted photographs of Loggia S.Giovanni Laterno and Loggia Palazzo Venizia in Rome.

Plate 24: Ink drawing of Michaelangelo's Cloister, the National Roman Museum in Rome.

Plate 25: Ink drawing of a corner of Michaelangelo's Cloister in Rome.

Plate 26: Two small mounted photographs and one drawing of Michaelangelo's Cloister in Rome. The drawing is a study of the columns.

Plate 27: Small mounted photographs of Vignola's Loggia's in Campidoglio in Rome.

Plate 28: Drawing and a small mounted photograph of The Loggia on the South West side of the Palazzo Farnese in Rome.

Plate 29: The Loggia of the Knights of Rhodes in Rome.

Plate 30: Small mounted photographs of the Cortile Cancelleria and the Cortile Doria Panfili in Rome.

Plate 31: Drawing of the Loggia of Julius II S.Angel's Castle in Rome.

Plate 32: Small mounted photographs of the Loggia of S.Angel's Castle in Rome and two modern Loggia's.

Plate 33: Drawing of the open arcading on the south west corner at The Doge's Palace in Venice.

Plate 34: Drawing of "The Judgement of Solomon" carved in fine grained marble for The Doge's Palace in Venice.

Plate 35: Small mounted photographs of The Doge's Palace in Venice.

Plate 36: Drawing of The Ca' d'Oro in Venice.

Plate 37: Drawings of details from The  Ca' d'Oro in Venice.

Plate 38: Small mounted photographs from the Ca' d'Oro in Venice.

Plate 39: Small photographs of the facades of palaces in Venice.

Plate 40: Drawing of the corner of St Mark's Library in Venice.

Plate 41: Pencil drawing of Loggetta Venice. Architect Jacopo Sansovino.

Plate 42: Five small photographs of the Library Vecchia, Procuratie Vecchie, Loggetta del Sansovino, Arcading alongside Rialto Bridge and the Palazzo Rezzonico in Venice.

Plate 43: Two photographs and a pencil and watercolour drawing of Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo in Venice. The first photograph is of the foot of the staircase with comments by Wheeler about the contrasting brick and stonework textures. The second photograph is the interior of the building's Loggia and the drawing is of the building's facade.

Plate 44: Six photographs, four of the Cloister S. Stephano and two of the Cloister S.Carmine in Venice.

Plate 45: Five photographs of the Pescheria in Venice. The photographs feature the detail of the Capital Fish's Head Moteif on top of a column, timber brackets, Ca' d'Oro seen from the market, the top Loggia looking over the Grand Canal and some Arcading. Wheeler has commented that the Arcading is Modern Gothic and features textured brickwork.

Plate 46: Five small mounted photographs. The photographs feature the sotto portico (meaning under the porch) of the Scuola Giorgo degli Schiavoni with one photograph featuring Wheeler's comments on the alternating column shapes, a Loggia near Ponte Lungo, a colonnade near San Francesca della Vigna and the Cloisters of the Monestry adjoining San Maria Maggiore in Venice.

Plate 47: Four small mounted photographs. The photographs feature; A portico with a balcony Loggia above with Wheeler's comments that it is Venetian Gothic, a potico with an arcade above with Wheeler's comments that it is Venetian Byzantine, a Loggia of Modern Building with Wheeler's comments that it is Gothic style and some modelled timber brackets above columns.

Reference: GSAA/REG/9/1/2
Physical Description: All drawings done in pencil, watercolour and ink on paper. Portfolio case is a cardboard folder with leather thonging closure and white stenciled title page on grey sugar paper. Some plates include photographs.
Dimensions: 45 plates on grey paper: 382 x 257 mm; 3 plates on white paper: 315 x 399 mm; 5 plotting drawings of Loggia La Badia: 301 x 229 mm; Portfolio case: 421 x 338 mm.

Creator(s):

Wheeler, Sir Harry Anthony

Subject(s):

Architecture - Archives - Drawings (visual works) - Italy - Photographs - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/2, (Series) John Grant MacDonald, 1955 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes John Grant MacDonald's travel report.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/2

Creator(s):

MacDonald, John Grant

Subject(s):

Architecture - Archives - France - London, England - Photographs - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/2/1, (Folder) Travel Report, 1955 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This travel report was produced by John Grant MacDonald when he won the Minor Traveling Scholarship in 1955. Minor travelling bursaries of £20 were presented to several students per year at this time. John Grant MacDonald attended The Glasgow School of Art between 1952 and 1959 and studied architecture. The report details MacDonald's journey beginning in Paris and travelling North to Le Harve and ending his trip in London. The report reads like a diary, documenting MacDonald's journey in an imaculate handwritten format. There are also photographs included throughout, featuring various buildings in Paris, Rouen, L'Havre and London. The report is bound in blue, white and red paper, suggesting the French flag.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/2/1
Physical Description: Blue ink on white paper with small photoraphs mounted on red or blue paper. Front cover is blue with white stencilled letteting. The report has been bound by punching holes in the pages and tying them with a red ribbon.
Dimensions: 329 x 202 mm

Creator(s):

MacDonald, John Grant

Subject(s):

Architecture - Archives - France - London, England - Photographs - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/3, (Series) Geoffrey H Barcham Green, 1957 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes Geoffrey H Barcham Green's travel report.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/3

Creator(s):

Green, Geoffrey H Barcham

Subject(s):

Archives - Denmark - Interior design - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/3/1, (Folder) Travel Report, 1957 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This report details student G H Barcham Green's travel experiences in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1957. Green won the Haldane travelling scholarship, a cash prize of £75 awared to one student per year at this time. Green was an Interior Design student at The Glasgow School of Art between 1952 and 1958. The report reads very much like a diary and gives a very personal account of Green's experiences. Also included is a list of addresses for both Italy and Spain.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/3/1
Physical Description: Typewritten report with folded card cover.
Dimensions: 218 x 274 mm

Creator(s):

Green, Geoffrey H Barcham

Subject(s):

Archives - Denmark - Interior design - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/4, (Series) John Holmes Gray, 1954 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes John Holmes Gray's Travel Report.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/4

Creator(s):

Gray, Holmes

Subject(s):

Archives - Ceramics - France - Netherlands - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/4/1, (Folder) Travel Report, 1954 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This report details student John Holmes Gray's experiences when he traveled to Stoke-on-Trent, Holland, Belgium and Paris upon recieving a Travelling Scholarship at The Glasgow School of Art in 1954. Gray recieved the Haldane Travelling Scholarship which was the value of £75. Gray attended The Glasgow School of Art between 1949 and 1954 and studied Pottery. A large focus of the report is on the manufacturing processes that Gray learned in the Pottery Factories in Stoke on Trent and Holland. He includes various sketches of how these processes work throughout the report. He then goes on to detail his time spent in various art galleries and museums in Holland, Belgium and Paris.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/4/1
Physical Description: Typewritten report with ink drawn sketches. Cover features photograph of a pottery in Stoke-on-Trent.
Dimensions: 338 x 209 mm

Creator(s):

Gray, Holmes

Subject(s):

Archives - Ceramics - France - Netherlands - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/5, (Series) Pamela Mitchell, 1959 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes Pamela Mitchell's Travel Report.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/5

Creator(s):

Mitchell, Pamela

Subject(s):

Archives - Denmark - France - Germany - Italy - Textiles - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/5/1, (Folder) Travel Report, 07 Jul-11 Sep 1959 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This report details student Pamela Mitchell's experiences when she traveled around Europe for three months upon receiving a travelling scholarship at The Glasgow School of Art in 1959. Mitchell was a student at the School between 1955 and 1959 and studied Textiles. She received the Haldane Travelling Scholarship which was a cash sum of £75. She visted the cities of Copenhagen, Hamburg, Basle, Milan, Venice, Florence, Ravena, Porto Garibaldi, Ferrara, Verona and Paris. The report is coherantly laid out with details of the time spent in each of these cities.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/5/1
Physical Description: Typewritten report
Dimensions: 254 x 204 mm

Creator(s):

Mitchell, Pamela

Subject(s):

Archives - Denmark - France - Germany - Italy - Textiles - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/6, (Series) Christopher Grant, 1957-1958 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes Christopher Grant's Travel Report.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/6

Creator(s):

Grant, Christopher

Subject(s):

Archives - Commercial art - Denmark - France - Germany - Italy - Netherlands - Switzerland - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/6/1, (Folder) Travel Report, 1957-1958 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This report details student Christopher Grant's experiences when he travelled around Europe for six months upon receiving a travelling scholarship at The Glasgow School of Art in 1957. Grant recieved the Travelling Scholarship for Post-Diploma students which was the value of £120. Grant was a commercial art student at the School between 1952 and 1957. He used his traveling scholarship to visit the countries of Denmark, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, Italy and France. His report is coherantly split into details of the time spent in each of these countries with title pages featuring the stamps of the different countries.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/6/1
Physical Description: Typewritten report
Dimensions: 257 x 205 mm

Creator(s):

Grant, Christopher

Subject(s):

1951-1970 - Archives - Commercial art - Denmark - France - Germany - Italy - Netherlands - Switzerland - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/7, (Series) E. Mc Laren, 1947 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes E. Mc Laren's Travel Report.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/7

Creator(s):

McLaren, E

Subject(s):

Architecture - Archives - Italy - Photographs - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/7/1, (Folder) Travel Report, 1947 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This report details architecture student E. Mc Laren's experiences when travelling to Italy upon receiving the John Keppie Scholarship in 1947. The account is beautifully illustrated with his own photographs and highly detailed drawings in pencil, pen and watercolour.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/7/1
Physical Description: Typewritten featuring photographs and drawings.

Creator(s):

McLaren, E

Subject(s):

Architecture - Archives - Italy - Photographs - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/8, (Series) Douglas Percy Bliss, 1957-1968 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Includes travel reports and itinararies.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/8

Creator(s):

Bliss, Douglas Percy

Subject(s):

Archives - The Glasgow School of Art - Travel

GSAA/REG/9/8/1, (Folder) Travel reports and various itinararies, 1957-1968 Add to your favourites. 
Description: This folder contains two travel reports produced by Douglas Percy Bliss when he visited Italy as well as Denmark and Sweden in 1957. It also contains several travel itineraries specific to different countries. These were presumably created as a starting point for bursary winning students going to particular countries. The are very detailed, advising students about particular areas of interest for their studies as well as offering advice about where to stay, how to use public transport and where to go for help. Within this folder are itineraries for London, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Italy and Belgium. In addition, the folder contains general information about staying in the Halls of Residence at the National College of Rubber Technology in London.
Reference: GSAA/REG/9/8/1
Physical Description: Loose notes, typewritten on A4 paper.

Creator(s):

Bliss, Douglas Percy

Subject(s):

Archives - Belgium - Denmark - Italy - London, England - Netherlands - Sweden - Travel

GSAA/REG/10, (Series) Article 55 class records, 1901-1952 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

These papers comprise material relating to the administration of the Article 55 classes run by Glasgow School of Art between 1901 and 1965. Records in this series include class registers, class lists, correspondence, and enrolment forms. Class registers record details of attendance by students including examinations attended, examination marks, the number of days and hours attended and whether attending Thursday or Saturday classes.

Class lists record details of students enrolled in each class. Often there are also lists which include the students' final marks. However there is a separate run of class lists at the end of the main run of papers in this series (REG/10/54) which include final marks. Apart from correspondence, administrative papers can sometimes be found such as copies of blank certificates, prospectuses, and notes on class finances. Enrolment forms are also known as entrance slips or admission slips, changing their names over the years. Details recorded include desired course and session to be enrolled upon, name and address of student, date of birth, whether a certified or assistant teacher, name of school in which employed, previous attainments in subject; previous attendance in subject under Article 91(d)/Article 55, number of hours attended, marks.

Over the years different types of forms are used. Noticeably, applications for admission to the summer courses were made on the Glasgow Provincial Committee's own forms which are different from the School's forms and called application forms. Finally this series also contains four volumes relating to the Article 55 classes (REG/10/55-58). These are listed at the end of the series and include index and fees books.

Extent: 35 boxes, 11 linear metres
Reference: GSAA/REG/10
Arrangement: The material was received in lever arch folders each containing papers relating to an academic session. The material was removed from these folders in December 2000 into archive storage boxes but still reflects the chronological filing system previously used. At the time of listing the following files were not filed in folders along with the rest of the material but were stored loose in boxes. As they appear to be part of the main run, they have been incorporated into it: REG 10/9, REG 10/12, REG 10/14, REG 10/17, REG 10/48.
Custodial History: These papers were originally created by the Secretary and Treasurer. The responsibility for their creation and maintenance passed to the Registrar on the establishment of the office of Registrar in 1943.

Biography or History: Article 55 was the name of the Regulations for the Training and Certification of Teachers instituted by the Scotch Education Department aimed at providing teachers with training in drawing. Originally introduced in 1900 as Article 91(d) of the Scotch Code of Regulations for Day Classes they were renamed in 1906 as Article 55. By completing Article 55 courses teachers could gain a qualification enabling them to teach drawing in schools. In 1901 Francis Newbery, Glasgow School of Art's Director at the time, introduced Article 91(d) classes; in-service courses for teachers were instituted at the School by arrangement with Lanark County Council's Technical Education Committee.

In 1905 Newbery introduced the Public School Teacher's Drawing Diploma which could be awarded to those students completing three years of training. Work was extended over a period of three sessions and was divided into three courses; first, second and third. At the end of each course provisional certificates were issued and when the third course was completed the full diploma was awarded. After completion of their diplomas students had the chance to continue with more advanced instruction, post diploma study, whereby it was possible to earn endorsements upon their diplomas.

In 1906 the Glasgow Provincial Committee for the Training and Certification of Teachers was established by the Scotch Education Department and Glasgow School of Art became a centre for teacher training. It was also at this time that the classes were renamed Article 55. Classes were now run under the auspices of the new Provincial Committee and it was they who took over responsibility for the first and second year courses leaving the School of Art to concentrate on the more advanced classes.

In 1906 when the School awarded its first diplomas to full time students the Drawing diploma was renamed the "Public School Teacher's Certificate in Drawing". Article 91(d) and Article 55 Classes were held on Saturdays between October and March. From 1908 classes were also held on Thursday evenings. Classes were open to all teachers in primary, intermediate and secondary schools. 1906-1907 saw the introduction of a two year post certificate course in art needlework and in later years similar two year post certificate courses were introduced including repousse metalwork, silversmithing, and enamels; woodcarving; pottery; leatherwork; painted work or applied design; bookbinding. Between 1906 and 1911 Christmas vacation courses for those wishing to obtain certificates and post certificates were run. The School also ran summer courses from 1908 with students attending from all over Scotland.

In 1922-1923 there was a change in the structure of courses; the two year post certificate courses were collectively named "craft courses" and could be taken as certificate courses also. In addition, in order to receive a certificate for any of the craft courses, a course in design was required to be completed first.

GSAA/REG/19, (Series) Architecture student records, 1903-1985 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Contains index books, student records, mark books and student results.
Extent: 17 archive boxes, 5.6 linear metres
Reference: GSAA/REG/19
Arrangement: Student records are ordered numerically, mark books ordered chronologiclly and results divided by certificate.
Custodial History: Records kept at the Mackintosh School of Architecture until 2010.

Creator(s):

The Glasgow School of Art - Mackintosh School of Architecture - The Glasgow School of Architecture

GSAA/REG/19/1, (Series) Architecture student records, c1903-1983 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Contains index books referring to student records, numbers 1-3160 of student records and certificate record cards.
Extent: 39 files
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1
Arrangement: Numerical.
Custodial History: Records kept at the Mackintosh School of Architecture until 2010.
GSAA/REG/19/1/1, (Folder) Index book 1-582, c1903-1911 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Index book referring to student record numbers 1-582.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/1
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/2, (Folder) Index book 583-1299, c1903-1911 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Index book referring to student record numbers 583-1299.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/2
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/3, (Folder) Address book up to 582, c1903-1911 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Address book covering student records up to number 582.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/3
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/4, (Folder) Volume 1: Nos 1-92, c1903-1911 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Volume 1 includes student record numbers 1-92.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/4
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/5, (Folder) Volume 2: Nos 93-188, c1903-1911 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Volume 2 includes student record numbers 93-188.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/5
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/6, (Folder) Volume 3: Nos 189-284, c1903-1911 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Volume 3 includes student record numbers 189-284.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/6
Arrangement: Numerical
GSAA/REG/19/1/7, (Folder) Volume 4: Nos 285-379, c1903-1911 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Volume 4 includes student record numbers 285-379.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/7
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/8, (Folder) Volume 5: Nos 380-473, c1910-1929 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Volume 5 includes student record numbers 380-473.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/8
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/9, (Folder) Volume 6: Nos 474-489, c1910-1929 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Volume 6 includes student record numbers 474-489.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/9
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/10, (Folder) Volume 7: Nos 500-699, c1910-1929 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Volume 7 includes student record numbers 500-699.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/10
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/11, (Folder) Volume 8: Nos 700-859, c1924-1947 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Volume 8 includes student record numbers 700-859.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/11
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/12, (Folder) Volume 9: Nos 860-990, c1924-1947 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Volume 9 includes student record numbers 860-990.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/12
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/13, (Folder) Volume 10: Nos 991-1051, c1924-1947 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Volume 10 includes student record numbers 991-1051.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/13
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/14, (Folder) Nos 1052-1150, c1939-1950 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers 1052-1150.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/14
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/15, (Folder) Nos 1151-1250, c1939-1950 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers 1151-1250.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/15
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/16, (Folder) Nos 1251-1350, c1939-1950 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers 1251-1350.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/16
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/17, (Folder) Nos 1351-1450, c1944-1953 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 1351-1450.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/17
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/18, (Folder) Nos 1451-1550, c1944-1953 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 1451-1550.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/18
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/19, (Folder) Nos 1551-1650, c1944-1953 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 1551-1650.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/19
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/20, (Folder) Nos 1651-1750, c1951-1957 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 1651-1750.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/20
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/21, (Folder) Nos 1751-1850, c1951-1957 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 1751-1850.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/21
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/22, (Folder) Nos 1851-1950, c1951-1957 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers 1851-1950.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/22
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/23, (Folder) Nos 1951-2050, c1957-1960 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 1951-2050.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/23
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/24, (Folder) Nos 2051-2150, c1957-1960 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 2051-2150.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/24
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/25, (Folder) Nos 2151-2250, c1957-1960 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 2151-2250.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/25
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/26, (Folder) Nos 2251-2350, c1961-1968 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 2251-2350.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/26
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/27, (Folder) Nos 2351-2450, c1961-1968 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 2351-2450.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/27
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/28, (Folder) Nos 2451-2550, c1961-1968 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 2451-2550.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/28
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/29, (Folder) Nos 2551-2650, c1964-1971 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 2251-2650.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/29
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/30, (Folder) Nos 2651-2750, c1964-1971 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 2651-2750.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/30
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/31, (Folder) Nos 2751-2850, c1964-1971 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 2751-2850.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/31
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/32, (Folder) Nos 2851-2952, c1967-1974 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 2851-2952.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/32
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/33, (Folder) Nos 3000-3110, c1967-1974 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 3000-3110.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/33
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/34, (Folder) Nos 3111-3160, c1967-1974 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Student record numbers from 3111-3160.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/34
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/35, (Folder) Certificate record cards 3161-3285, c1972-1977 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Certificate record cards from numbers 3161-3285.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/35
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/36, (Folder) Certificate record cards 3286-3400, c1972-1977 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Certificate record cards from numbers 3286-3400.
Extent: 1 Folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/36
Arrangement: Numerical
GSAA/REG/19/1/37, (Folder) Certificate record cards 3401-3507, c1976-1983 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Certificate record cards from numbers 3401-3507.
Extent: 1 folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/37
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/38, (Folder) Certificate record cards 3508-3613, c1976-1983 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Certificate record cards from numbers 3508-3613.
Extent: 1 folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/38
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/39, (Folder) Index - degree student record numbers and university diploma 100-, c1903-1983 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Index - degree student record numbers and university diploma 100-.
Extent: 1 folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/39
GSAA/REG/19/1/40, (Folder) Index - 1300-c3500, c1903-1985 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Index of student record numbers from 1300-c3500.
Extent: 1 folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/40
Arrangement: Numerical.
GSAA/REG/19/1/41, (Folder) Index - address book, 1912-1914 Add to your favourites. 
Description: Address book covering session 1912/12 to 1913/14.
Extent: 1 folder
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/1/41
GSAA/REG/19/2, (Series) Architecture marks books, 1934-1981 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Contains marks books as follows (as well as loose papers):

REG/19/2/1: 4 folders covering marks books 1934/5-1945/6

REG/19/2/2: 4 folders covering marks books 1946/47-1949/50

REG/19/2/3: 4 folders covering marks books 1950/51-1953/54

REG/19/2/4: 4 folders covering marks books 1954/55-1957/58

REG/19/2/5: 3 folders covering marks books 1958/59-1960/61

REG/19/2/6: 2 folders covering marks books 1961/62-1962/63

REG/19/2/7: 2 folders covering marks books 1963/64-1964/65

REG/19/2/8: 3 folders covering marks books 1965-1966

REG/19/2/9: 2 folders covering marks books 1966-1967

REG/19/2/10: 2 folders covering marks books 1967-1968

REG/19/2/11: 2 folders covering marks books 1968-1969

REG/19/2/12: 2 folders covering marks books 1969-1970

REG/19/2/13: 4 folders and loose A4 papers covering marks books 1970/71-1971/72 (1970/71 in Box 13 and 1971/72 in Box 14)

REG/19/2/14: 3 folders covering marks books 1972/73-1973/74

REG/19/2/15: 2 folders covering marks books 1977-1978

REG/19/2/16: 3 folders covering marks books 1979-1981

REG/19/2/17: marks books covering 1980-1981

Extent: 17 files
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/2
Arrangement: Chronological.
Custodial History: Records kept at the Mackintosh School of Architecture until 2010.
GSAA/REG/19/3, (Series) Architecture results, 1967-1985 Add to your favourites. 
Description:

Contains results ordered by certificate/qualification as follows:

REG/19/3/1: Diploma and Advanced Certificate RIBA Part II, Nov 1972-Sep 1982

REG/19/3/2: Diploma 1 and 5 results, 1974-1975

REG/19/3/3: Marks book for years C1-4 covering 1974-1975, part II covering 1975

REG/19/3/4: Marks books covering Diploma 1 and 2, 1975-1976

REG/19/3/5: Exam results certificate and resits, 1976-1977

REG/19/3/6: Diploma marks, 1976-1977

REG/19/3/7: Degree examination results, 1975-1976

REG/19/3/8: Marks books diploma 1 and 2, 1977-1978

REG/19/3/9: Marks books diploma 1 and 2, 1978/79-1979/80

REG/19/3/10: Certificate exam results (+AC1, AC2) (+CF), 1978-1979

REG/19/3/11: Diploma marks, 1979-1985

REG/19/3/12: Diploma marks, 1985-1993

REG/19/3/13: Certificate exam marks and assesments, 1975-1976

REG/19/3/14: Degree and certificate/resit exam marks, 1978-1979

REG/19/3/15: Sundry papers 1967/68 - 1979/80; marks 1976-1977; staff photograph, 1985

REG/19/3/16: Degree results, 1977-1978

REG/19/3/17: Degree results, 1979-1980

REG/19/3/18: Degree results, 1980-1981

REG/19/3/19: A.C.1 and A.C.2 marks, 1979-1980

REG/19/3/20: Certificate exam marks, 1977-1978

Extent: 18 files
Reference: GSAA/REG/19/3
Arrangement: By certificate.
Custodial History: Records kept at the Mackintosh School of Architecture until 2010.
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