The life of Professor Orlando Charnock Bradley (1871-1937): diary entries 1902-1937, Part Three
Warwick, Colin M
Macdonald, Alastair A
Professor O. Charnock Bradley, Principal of the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College was 'one of the foremost veterinarians of this century' and a 'revered father to a great proportion of the profession'. In February 2006 the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies received from his grand-niece Mrs Frances Harrison a unique historical legacy in the form of his personal diary. The authors have extracted parts illustrating the early years of his academic life and the time of building the Summerhall site; these two parts have recently been published. In this third and last of our summaries we present the period of his life after Summerhall was constructed, and also make mention of his personal interests.