CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 3606
TitleAgnes Lyall, student: lecture notes
Date1923 - 1931
Extent4 boxes (0.48 linear metres)
Creator NameLyall (née Thomson); Agnes Ann (1908- ); teacher
Administrative HistoryAgnes Ann Thomson was born in Aberdeen in 1908 and after attending Aberdeen Central School she graduated MA from Aberdeen University in 1930. She attended Aberdeen Teacher Training College and became a teacher at Walker Road School from 1931 until her marriage in 1935. Her husband, Captain Francis Lyall of the Merchant Navy, was killed in action in 1941 and she returned to teaching, this time taking up a post at Aberdeen High School for Girls. In 1949 she moved to St. Margaret’s School for Girls, from which she eventually retired in 1972, continuing to reside in Aberdeen.
SourceThe papers were deposited via her son, Professor Frank Lyall, in 1999.
DescriptionNotes taken at Aberdeen Central Secondary School on science and mathematics, 1923-1933; Notes taken at Aberdeen University on chemistry, English, geography, history, logic, mathematics, French and natural philosophy (including some examination papers), 1927-1930; Notes taken at Aberdeen Teachers' Training College on education, ethics, general methods, 1930-1931.
AccrualsNone expected.
Access StatusOpen
Physical DescriptionNo physical conditions affecting use of collection.
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