Famous Faces Notebook - Glasgow University Collection

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Rosemary Cunningham Illustration_Studio_Lord Kelvin, James Watt and Adam Smith Postcards 1-min.jpg
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Rosemary Cunningham Illustration_Studio_Lord Kelvin, James Watt and Adam Smith Postcards 1-min.jpg
Rosemary Cunningham Illustration_Studio_Lord Kevlvin Postcard 1_-min.jpg
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Famous Faces Notebook - Glasgow University Collection

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These famous faces are all famous alumni of the University of Glasgow. These printed A5 notebooks feature a portrait illustration by Rosemary Cunningham along with significant dates and achievements in the lives and work of all three Glasgow university graduates.
 

Lord Kelvin was a professor at the university in the 19th century for over fifty years! He was also an inventor, mathematician and physicist. Features inventions such as his tap, the temperature scale and the amazing first transatlantic telegraph cable.

James Watt graduated from and worked for the university in the 18th century. He was an inventor, engineer and entrepreneur. Features inventions such as the steam engine and details the impact he has had on the modern world.

Adam Smith was a professor, philosopher and a political economist. He studied at the university and even became rector. He is often called 'the father of modern economics'. Features the invisible hand theory, as well as details of his publications and legacy.

The notebook is A5 and measures approx 148 x 210mm with 44 separate plain, white pages (22 leaves of paper).

It will be sent out in a secure envelope.

MADE IN SCOTLAND


All items in the product range:
- ceramic mugs (made in scotland)
- fridge magnets
- 100% cotton printed tote bags
- ceramic coasters (made in Scotland)
- A5 notebooks

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