The World of David Murray (1842-1928): A Glasgow lawyer, antiquarian and book collector
Published: 30 May 2019
James Hamilton, Research Principal of the WS Society, will speak on 'Legal Bibliophilia in the Dear Green Place: Dr David Murray's lost law archive and his Glasgow 1860-1928'. There will also be a display of items from the Library's Murray Collection.
David Murray, Glasgow solicitor, historian and antiquarian, was a noted collector of books, manuscripts and pamphlets. Accompanying a talk by James Hamilton, Research Principal of the WS Society on ‘Legal Bibliophilia in the Dear Green Place: Dr David Murray’s lost law archive and his Glasgow 1860-1928’, there will be a display of items from the Library’s Murray Collection. Kindly sponsored by Dentons LLP and the University of Glasgow Chancellor's Fund. Part of the West End Festival 2019.
Wednesday, 5 June 2019 at 17:15 - 19:00, at Special Collections, University of Glasgow Main Library. Please register via Eventbrite (link to the right). Registration is free.
First published: 30 May 2019