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American Association of University Professors

M’LAUGHLIN, Andrew Cunningham (1861 - 1947), Professor of History, University of Chicago, 1906–29; Professor Emeritus since 1929; Member of American Historical Association

REVELL, Daniel Graisberry (1869 - 1954), Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alta; Member of American Association of Anatomists; Fellow, American Association for Advancement of Science

ABBOTT, Frank Frost (1860 - 1924), Kennedy Professor of the Latin Language, Princeton University; Trustee American Academy in Rome; ex-President American Phil. Association

TURNER, Edward Raymond (1881 - 1929), Professor of European History, Johns Hopkins University, since 1925; Member American Historical Association; Fellow Royal Historical Society

SCRIMGER, Francis Alexander Carron (1880 - 1937), Chief Surgeon Royal Victoria Hospital, Associate Professor in Surgery, McGill University; Fellow of American College of Surgeons; Member of Thoracic Surgeons of America; Member of Interurban Association of Surgeons of America; Member of Surgical Research Association of America; member of Association of Surgeons of America, 1930

GIRDLESTONE, Gathorne Robert (died 1950), sometime Nuffield Professor of Orthopædic Surgery, University of Oxford, and Fellow of New College; Past President British Orthopædic Association; Corresponding Member of the American Orthopædic Association and American Academy of Orthopædic Surgeons

M’PHEDRAN, Alexander (died 1934), Professor Emeritus of Medicine, University of Toronto; Past President of the Association of American Physicians; Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada; Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and Canadian Medical Association, etc

WRIGHT, Esmond (1915 - 2003), Emeritus Professor of American History, University of London, since 1983; Vice-President, Automobile Association, since 1985 (Vice-Chairman and Hon. Treasurer, 1971–85; Chairman, Drive Publications, 1980–85)

PRAZ, Mario (1896 - 1982), Professor of English Language and Literature, University of Rome, 1934–66, Professor Emerito, 1966; British Academy Gold Medallist for Anglo-Italian Studies, 1935; Italian Gold Medal, for cultural merits, 1958; national member of the Accademia dei Lincei; Hon. Member, Modern Language Association of America, 1954

BURGESS, Arthur Henry (1874 - 1948), Vice-President, British Medical Association (President, 1929–30); Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery, University of Manchester; Hon. Consulting Surgeon, Manchester Royal Infirmary and Manchester Christie Hospital for Cancer; John B. Murphy Orator for 1931, Clinical Congress of American College of Surgeons; Member of Council, Royal College of Surgeons of England; Hunterian Orator, RCS for 1941; formerly Examiner in Surgery, University of Sheffield, and University of Bristol; Consultant Adviser in Surgery to the EMS; Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine; Past President, Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland

JOHNSTONE, Robert William (1879 - 1969), Emeritus Professor of Midwifery and Diseases of Women, University of Edinburgh; Consulting Obstetrician and Gynæcologist, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh; Hon. Fellow: Edinburgh Obstetrical Society; American Association of Obstetricians and Gynæcologists; Glasgow Obstetrical and Gynæcological Society; Manchester Medical Society; York Medical Society

MACKENZIE, Michael Alexander (1866 - 1949), Professor Emeritus at University of Toronto; President, Penny Bank of Ontario, 1926; Director, Traders’ Finance Corporation; Director, Toronto General Insurance; Director, Canadian General Investment Trust; Vice-President, Teachers’ Insurance and Annuity Association of America from its inception to 1937; Consultant to numerous Institutions and Municipalities on Pension matters

YOUNG, Hugh Hampton (1870 - 1945), Professor of Urology, Johns Hopkins University; Director, Brady Urological Institute, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md, USA; Visiting Urologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, USA; Editor of Journal of Urology since its foundation in 1917; President, Société Internationale d’Urologie, American Association of Genito-Urinary Surgeons, and American Urological Association; Royal Society of Medicine; Chairman, State Aviation Commission of Maryland; Chairman State Lunacy Commission of Maryland; President Gibson Island Club; Civilian Aide (3rd Corps Area) to Secretary of War

FULLERTON, Andrew (died 1934), late Professor of Surgery, Queen’s University, Belfast; Ex-President Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland; Hon. Fellow American College of Surgeons; Ex-President Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland; late Temp. Colonel AMS; Surgeon Royal Victoria Hospital and Consulting Surgeon Belfast Hospital for Sick Children; Member International Association of Urologists; Ex-President Ulster Medical Society

GOLLANCZ, Israel (1863 - 1930), Secretary of the British Academy since its foundation in 1902; Professor of English Language and Literature, in the University of London; Fellow of King’s College; Corresponding Member of the Royal Spanish Academy, 1919, and the Mediæval Academy of America, 1927; Leofric Lecturer in Old English, University College, Exeter; Hon. Director of the Early English Text Society; President of the Philological Society, 1919–22; Chairman of the Shakespeare Association; Hon. Freeman of the Stationers Company

ANDERSON, Thomas M’Call (1836 - 1908), FFPS 1860; Regius Professor of Medicine, Glasgow University, from 1900; Representative of the University on the General Medical Council, 1903; Hon. Physician in Scotland to HM from 1907; President of the Glasgow Conservative Association (College Division); Senior Physician, Western Infirmary of Glasgow; Hon. Member of the Dermatological Societies of Vienna and of America, and Foreign Corresponding Member of Société Française de Dermatologie et de Syphilographie

HARDY, Godfrey Harold (1877 - 1947), Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; Hon. Fellow of New College, Oxford; Fellow, Cambridge Philosophical Society; Royal Medal, 1920, Sylvester Medal, 1940, and Copley Medal, 1947, Royal Society; De Morgan Medal, London Mathematical Society, 1929; Chaucvenet Prize, American Mathematical Association, 1933; President of Section A, British Association, 1922; President, National Union of Scientific-Workers, 1924–26; President, Mathematical Association, 1924–26; President, London Mathematical Society, 1926–28, 1939–41; Visiting Professor at Princeton University and California Institute of Technology, 1928–29; Hon. or Corr. Member various Academies of Sciences and mathematical Societies, etc

YOUNG, James (1883 - 1963), Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and Gynæcology, University of London; late Director of Obstetrical and Gynæcological Unit, British Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith, W12; Consulting Physician, Royal Maternity Hospital; Consulting Gynæcologist, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh; Hon. Fellow Edinburgh Obstetrical Society and American Association of Obstetricians and Gynæcologists; Corresponding Fellow of German Gynæcological Society; Fellow Royal Society of Medicine, London; Fellow, Medico-Chirurgical Society, Edinburgh; late Governor, Imperial Cancer Research Fund; Editor, Journal of Obstetrics and Gynæcology of the British Commonwealth; late Examiner for Roy. Coll. of Surgeons, Edinburgh, and Central Midwives Bd of Scotland


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