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Woolley, James (fl.mid 19th century)

  • Woolley, James, (fl.mid-19th century)
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Miscellany: British, mainly 19th-20th centuries
  • Archives and manuscripts

About this work


Records relating to James Woolley's training in chemistry and pharmacy at the University of Edinburgh, 1832-1833, comprising two certificates of attendance, lecture programme card for the winter session commencing 7 Nov 1832, four admission and course attendance cards, annual ticket for the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons and the University library.



Physical description

9 items

Acquisition note

Presented to the Wellcome Institute on behalf of the Woolley family by Mr T Milliken, recently employed in writing a biography of the Woolley family business, Aug 1968.

Biographical note

James Woolley was a pharmaceutical manufacturer of the firm of James Woolley Sons and Co Ltd in Manchester in the [1830s?]. For further details consult the firm's book Woolleys of Manchester: A record of 150 years in pharmacy.

Finding aids

Archives and Manuscripts, Wellcome Library, on-line catalogue.


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