These wall panels were prepared by Dr John Reid for events in Aberdeen,
and are particularly oriented to James Clerk Maxwell's period as a Professor at Marischal College, Aberdeen.
These are now available for download and may be printed as large scale posters.
An example is shown here, the downloads are high resolution PDFs
Smith's Prize questionsset by JCM in 1879. This includes the accepted solutions submitted in response to the prize offered by the Foundation as part of the 175th anniversary celebrations of of JCM's birth.
A review of the 1882 biography: 'The Life of James Clerk Maxwell, with a selection from his correspondence and Occasional Writings and a Sketch of his Contributions to Science." By Prof. Lewis Campbell, M.A,. LL. D., and Prof. William Garnett, M.A. (The Times of 1882?)
James C Rautio's digitized version of the above
Campbell and Garnet biography (which includes a whole section on his poems).
Francis Galton Questionnaire
In about 1870, Francis Galton conducted a survey of well-known scientists on which he based his ‘English Men of Science'.
Maxwell filled out Galton's questionnaire himself.
Tripos List of 1852 and 1854, with Tait as Senior Wrangler (1852) and Maxwell as 2nd Wrangler (1854).
Smith's Prize List (winners in the different years including Maxwell and Tait).
Obituary Tributes to JCM by W. Garnett in Nature, and in Royal Society Proceedings (Vol. 33).
Review in Nature by P. G. Tait of JCM's Scientific Work
List of JCM's scientific apparatus of his own invention (e.g. colour top, dynamical top, Saturn's rings etc.)19. Family Tree of Cays (mother's side) includes some 150 relatives to present day including a former Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge; mathematician at Bell Labs. USA etc.
Family tree on Clerk side (father's side up to present Sir John Clerk of Penicuik)