Date Range: 1840 - 1914
Born in 1840 in Scotland; Legal clerk with Tods, Murray & Jamieson in Edinburgh circa 1870-1874; University of Edinburgh graduating M.A. 1874; Presbyterian Theological College and postgraduate work at Leipzig and Heidelberg, Germany 1874-1878; Missionary and Professor of History and Biblical Literature at the Presbyterian Union Theological Seminary, Tokyo 1878-1886; Minister at Coburg, Melbourne 1887-1889; Chaplain at Pentridge Gaol, Melbourne 1887-1889; Principal of Presbyterian Ladies' College, Melbourne 1889-1911; Died in Melbourne, 1914.
[ Series 1 - Samuel Gilfillan McLaren - Correspondence ]
[ Series 2 - Samuel Gilfillan McLaren - Financial Papers ]
[ Series 3 - Samuel Gilfillan McLaren - Legal Documents ]
[ Series 4 - Samuel Gilfillan McLaren - Sermons and Notes ]
[ Series 5 - Samuel Gilfillan McLaren - Personal Papers ]
[ Series 6 - Samuel Gilfillan McLaren - Newspapers Clippings ]
[ Series 7 - Samuel Gilfillan McLaren - Research ]
Date Range: 1876 - 1916
Born in 1876; Educated at Coburg State School, Brighton Grammar School, Scotch College, Melbourne 1886-1894; University of Melbourne graduated B.A. 1897; Trinity College Cambridge graduated B.A. Hons. 1900; Lecturer in Mathematics at University College, Bristol 1904-1906; Lecturer in Mathematics at Birmingham University 1906-1913; Chair of Mathematics at University College, Reading 1913-1914; Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers 1814-1816; Died in action in France, 1916.
[ Series 13 - Samuel Bruce McLaren - Correspondence ]
[ Series 14 - Samuel Bruce McLaren - Service Papers and Death Notices ]
[ Series 15 - Samuel Bruce McLaren - Publications ]
[ Series 16 - Samuel Bruce McLaren - Personal Papers ]
Date Range: 1882 - 1957
Born in 1882, Tokyo; Educated at Scotch College; Attended University of Melbourne M.B., 1906, B.S., 1907, M.D., 1910; Resident Medical officer at the (Royal) Melbourne Hospital and the Children's Hospital; Missionary, Korea 1911; Assistant Superintendent and later Superintendent of Paton Memorial Hospital, Chinju 1915-1922; Enlisted Royal Army Medical Corps as Medical Officer to the Chinese Labour Battalion, France 1917-1919; Professor of Neurology and Psychological Medicine, Union Christian Medical College, Severance Hospital (later medical Faculty, Yonsei University), Seoul 1922-1939; Postgraduate study, Vienna in 1929; Chinju Hospital 1940-1941; Interned by the Japanese and repatriated to Melbourne 1942; Published several books 1943-1952; Stood as an Independent for the Federal seat of Melbourne against Arthur Calwell in 1949; Died in 1957.
[ Series 17 - Charles Inglis McLaren - Correspondence ]
[ Series 18 - Charles Inglis McLaren - Publications ]
[ Series 19 - Charles Inglis McLaren - Newspaper Clippings ]