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Francis M Chrystal

551 64

Description Francis M Chrystal

Collection Francis M Chrystal

Catalogue Number 551 64

Category All Other

Scope and Content A large collection of photographic negatives. Many of these have been digitised.

Archive History Presented by the Chrystal family.

Related Material A set of prints was also presented to Edinburgh City Library.

Administrative History George Chrystal, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh, and his son, Frederick, created a large archive of photographs, principally of Edinburgh subjects, between 1900 and 1930.

Accruals No further accruals are expected.

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1176363

Collection Hierarchy - Collection Level

Collection Level (551 64) Francis M Chrystal

Preview Category Catalogue Number Title Date Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1773544 Cramond Inn, Glebe road, General view. 1900 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1773545 Cramond Inn, Glebe road, General view. 1900 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1773546 Cramond Inn, Glebe road, General view. 1900 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1252676 Hermiston Post Office. View of front. 1921 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1252677 View of group standing at entrance to Hermiston Post Office, Edinburgh. 1921 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1349133 General view 1900 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images ED 7095 Possibly Cramond 1900 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1931060 Stone with Arabic inscription - found in Stockbridge. 1900 Item Level

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