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Memorial to a gentleman and scholar : O. Charnock Bradley
Professor Orlando Charnock Bradley, MD, DSc, ChB, FRSE, FRCVS (1871- 1937) was the Principal of the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College (as it was then known) from 12 June 1911 until his death on 21 November 1937.
The New Veterinary College, Edinburgh, 1873 to 1904
(British Veterinary Association, 2003)
Veterinary education in Edinburgh has had a long and meritorious history, most of which is popularly perceived to be exclusively associated with the veterinary school founded by William Dick in Clyde Street, Edinburgh, ...
Current and historical sites associated with Veterinary Education in Edinburgh: Easter Bush Veterinary Centre, buildings and proposed buildings
This poster shows the current and historical sites associated with Veterinary Education in Edinburgh and a current plan of Easter Bush Veterinary Centre with buildings, map, etc.
Locating veterinary education in Edinburgh in the 19th century
(The Old Edinburgh Club, 2005)
Several accounts of the history of veterinary education in Edinburgh have been published during the last two centuries, most written specifically for the profession. It is not generally well known that that three veterinary ...
John Barlow: A mind of no common mould
(Veterinary History Society, 2006)
John Barlow was born on the 20th of September 1815, the first of three sons and four daughters, children to John Barlow (1789-1846) and Deborah Nield (1790-1850). They lived in The Oak at Chorley, Wilmslow, Cheshire where ...
Architecture Associated with Veterinary Education in Edinburgh
(The University of Edinburgh, 2006-06)
The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, (the Dick Vet), has been part of Edinburgh's history for over 10 years. However, it is not generally realised that the city has had a longer association with veterinary medicine, ...
A list of the Publications of Professor Orlando Charnock Bradley, MD, DSc, FRCVS, (1871-1937)
This is a comprehensive list of the publications of Professor Orlando Charnock Bradley, MD, DSc, FRCVS, (1871-1937) compiled by Colin M Warwick and Alastair A Macdonald.
The life of Professor Orlando Charnock Bradley (1871-1937): diary entries 1902-1937, Part Three
(Veterinary History Society, 2012)
Professor O. Charnock Bradley, Principal of the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College was 'one of the foremost veterinarians of this century' and a 'revered father to a great proportion of the profession'. In February 2006 the ...
Early Contributions To The Development Of Veterinary Education In Scotland
(The Veterinary History Society, 2011)
It is well recognised that William Dick established the first Veterinary College in Edinburgh in 1823, and there are several accounts which have detailed the development of veterinary education in Scotland throughout the ...