Victorian photograph album containing cabinet card and carte de visite photographs of faculty and students of the Aberdeen
Free Church Training College of Aberdeen, Scotland, presented in 1892 to John Adams, principal and rector of the school.
Internationally-known educator and first Professor of Education at the University of London. John Adams was born in Glasgow,
Scotland in 1857, and studied at the University of Glasgow, where he achieved first class honors in Mental Philosophy in 1884,
and the BSc. degree in 1888. He was both school teacher and school administrator, as well as president of the Educational
Institute of Scotland. He served as rector of the Free Church Training Colleges in Aberdeen (1890-1898), and Glasgow (1898-1902),
and in 1902, accepted the position of Professor of Education at the University of London, and principal of the London Day
Training College, which was later incorporated into the University of London as the Institute of Education. When Adams retired
in 1922, he moved to California, and settled in Los Angeles, where he taught at UCLA from 1923 to 1934. He was awarded honorary
degrees from both USC and UCLA in 1930 and 1934, respectively; a series of memorial lectures on educational topics, established
in his honor at UCLA in 1933, continued through 1960.
1 album (24 photographic prints) : albumen ; 24 x 21 cm (album)
Bound in brown padded suede covers, with ornamental gold metal corner-pieces and clasp; gold decorated endpapers; all edges
Spec. Coll. copy: in modern beige cloth clamshell box, with spine title "Victorian photograph album."
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