Mackenzie, Hugh, 1861-1940. Manuscripts, speeches and scrapbooks.
- Creation: 1900?-1937?
Access and use
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Biographical / Historical
Academic career with relevance to Victoria University:
M.A. (St. Andrews), CMG
English language and literature: Professor, 1899; Retired, 1936; Professor emeritus, 1937. Mental Science: Lecturer, 1899-1903.
Hugh Mackenzie was the foundation Professor of English at Victoria University. A Highlander and a graduate of St Andrews University, he had originally intended to become a Presbyterian minister, but changed his mind becoming in Wellington an advocate of secular education and an active, preaching, member of the Unitarian Church.
Language of Materials
- J C Beaglehole Room - archives and manuscripts
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- Nicola Frean
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Part of the Tapuaka Heritage & Archive Collections - JC Beaglehole Reading Room, Victoria University of Wellington Library Repository
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