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Panoramic Video of Lower Library

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This panoramic video allows you to look around the Lower Library of the College building.

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c. 2019

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This panoramic video allows you to look around the Lower Library of the College building.

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Panoramic Video of Lister Room

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This panoramic video shows the interior of the Lister Room at the College. Originally a dining room, the room now acts as a space for College meetings. This room was named after Joseph Lister, an honorary fellow of the College who pioneered the antiseptic principle of surgery at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary in the 1860s.

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c. 2019

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Panoramic Video of Lock Room

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This panoramic video shows the Lock Room of the College building on St Vincent Street. It was named after the Glasgow Lock Hospital for women with venereal diseases.

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Panoramic Video of Princess Alexandra Room

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This panoramic video shows the Princess Alexandra Room. Originally the Faculty Hall from 1862 – 1893, hosting meetings and lectures by Victorian Glasgow’s physicians and surgeons. The room was named in honour of Princess Alexandra of Kent, who became the College’s first Royal Honorary Fellow in 1960. Her portrait is on display opposite a portrait of Diana, Princess of Wales, who was also an Honorary Fellow and Royal Patron.

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Panoramic Video of College Reading Room

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This panoramic video allows you to look around the College's Reading Room on St Vincent Street.

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Panoramic Video of College Hall

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This panoramic video allows you to look around the College Hall, which was constructed and designed by architect John James Burnett in 1892.

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Plans and elevations of Faculty building reconstruction

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Plans, sections and elevations relating to interior reconstruction of the Faculty building at 242 St. Vincent Street, including plans for the Faculty Hall at the rear of the property.

The College moved into the oldest part of its current premises in 1862, and hired the architect John James Burnett (1857-1938) to make a series of additions and alterations to the building in 1892. This included the addition of the room now known as College Hall.

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Burnet, John James (Scottish architect, 1857-1938)

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1892

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Plans, sections and elevations relating to interior reconstruction of the Faculty building at 242 St. Vincent Street, including plans for the Faculty Hall at the rear of the property.

The College moved into the oldest part of its current premises in 1862, and hired the architect John James Burnett (1857-1938) to make a series of additions and alterations to the building in 1892. This included the addition of the room now known as College Hall.

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