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Woolley, James (fl.mid 19th century)
- Woolley, James, (fl.mid-19th century)
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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.
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.
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.
Archives and Manuscripts, Wellcome Library, on-line catalogue.