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Ref No UR-STU 7
Title Hugh Pincott photographic collection
Date 19681960s-2016
Description Digital copies of photographs taken by Hugh Pincott and others covering his time as a student in Dundee
Quote from Pincott email of 13/9/2016:
....Although not labelled individually, the b/w images can be identified from the file title and reference to NPTTL [Nine Pints to the Law, the Hugh Pincott autobiography,(2016)]....B/W folder 85 contains images that were extracted from sections 36 to 49 (mainly June 1964). They were selected for a special project which I believe was to provide pics of Old Dundee to decorate a friend's pub in Nelson Street. It would be a bit time-consuming to fit them back into original positions.'
Level Fonds
Extent 1,900 Files, 45 Folders 8.63 GB
Access Status Open
Language English
Creator Name Hugh Pincott
Admin History Hugh Pincott read Chemistry at Queen's College, between 1960 and 1967, and in 1968 was the first student to recieve a PhD from the University of Dundee. Whilst at Dundee, Pincot was heavily involved with the student charities campaigns and set up a publishing house from where the student newspapers and first University student handbooks were printed. In the early 1960s, Pincott was senior student at Airlie Hall and was later elected president of the SRC. In August 1966, Pincott was the first person to drive over the newly-opened Tay Road Bridge.


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