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us: Macfie, A. L. (Alec Lawrence), 1898-1980

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    • us: Macfie, Alec Lawrence, 1898-1980
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        (naf) Scotland
    • Associated Local

        (naf) Glasgow (Scotland)
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Mowbray (Cape Town, South Africa)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) University of Glasgow
        • Organization: (naf) Hunterian Art Gallery (University of Glasgow)
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    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Economics
          (lcsh) Art--Collectors and collecting
            (lcsh) Art, Scottish
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              (lcsh) College teachers
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            • found: Historical sketches of St. Margaret's-at-Cliffe ... 1977: t.p. (A. L. Macfie, M.A., Ph.D.)
            • found: GB 77-26706 (body of entry: A. L. Macfie)
            • found: His Theories of the trade cycle ... 1934: t.p. (Alec Lawrence Macfie)
            • found: Who was who, 1971-80: (b. 5/29/1898, d. 4/10/1980)
            • found: Who's who 2014 & Who was who WWW site, 25 Sept., 2014 (Macfie, Prof. Alec Lawrence, MA, LLB, DLitt (Glasgow), Hon. LLD (Glasgow); b. 29 May 1898, Mowbray, Cape Town; d. 10 April 1980; Professor of Political Economy, University of Glasgow, 1946-58, now Emeritus; Served European War, 1917-18, The 2nd Bn The Gordon Highlanders; Publications: Theories of the Trade Cycle, 1934; An Essay on Economy and Value, 1936; Economic Efficiency and Social Welfare, 1943; The Individual in Society: Papers on Adam Smith, 1967)
            • found: The Macfie Collection, 1980: p. 2 (Emeritus Professor A.L. Macfie ... assembled one of the finest private collections of 19th and 20th century Scottish art; Macfie would attempt to buy good examples from every first-class Scottish painter) p. 2 of cover (the collection will hang with the already prized possessions of the Hunterian Art Gallery)
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            • 1978-01-17: new
            • 2014-09-26: revised
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