Robert Halliday Gunning and the Victoria Jubilee Prizes

  title={Robert Halliday Gunning and the Victoria Jubilee Prizes},
  author={Thomas W. Baillie},
  journal={Scottish Medical Journal},
  pages={54 - 57}
  • T. Baillie
  • Published 1 May 2003
  • History
  • Scottish Medical Journal
More than a century after the death of Robert Halliday Gunning, a large number of lectureships and prizes bearing his name continue to be awarded by scientific bodies and learned institutions in Scotland. Most of these awards were endowed in HM Queen Victoria s Jubilee year (1887–88) and bear the additional qualification ‘Victoria Jubilee’. An account of the life of Robert Gunning and his various endowments is complemented by an analysis of the factors which determined the nature of his… 
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