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Photograph Album No 121: OTC and Other Camps

PA 121

Description Photograph Album No 121: OTC and Other Camps

Date 1922 to 1930

Collection General Collection. Photograph Albums.

Catalogue Number PA 121

Category All Other

Copies PA 121/18, PA 121/6V/6, PA 121/5/1, PA 121/5/3, PA 121/5/4, PA 121/1/1, PA 121/1/4, PA 121/17V/7, PA 121/17V/6, PA 121//21/4, PA 121/5V/1, PA 121/5V/2, PA 121/15, PA 121/14V/5, PA 121/11V/1, PA 121/12/4, PA 121/11V/5, PA 121/12/3, PA 121/2V/8, PA 121/3/9, PA 121/4/5, PA 121/4V, PA 121/16V/5, PA 121/16V/6, PA 121/23V, PA 121/16V/8, PA 121/19/9, PA 121/19/6, PA 121/19/8, PA 121/19/2, PA 121/19/5, PA 121/19/7, PA 121/19/4, PA 121/17V/3, PA 121/17V/5, PA 121/5/5, PA 121/5/6, PA 121/6/4, PA 121/16V/2, PA 121/18V/9, PA 121/18V/4, PA 121/13/1, PA 121/13V/1, PA 121/7/1, PA 121/7/3, PA 121/7/2, PA 121/4V/7, PA 121/4V/4, PA 121/4/1, PA 121/4/2, PA 121/4/3, PA 121/4/4, PA 121/4/6, PA 121/7/5, PA 121/6/3, PA 121/8V, PA 121/17V/1, PA 121/20/4, PA 121/2V/2, PA 121/20/5, PA 121/20/6, PA 121/20/7, PA 121/20/8, PA 121/20/9, PA 121/2V/3, PA 121/2/4, PA 121/7V/2, PA 121/7V/5, PA 121/7V/3, PA 121/2V/5, PA 121/21V/5, PA 121/21V/7, PA 121/22/5, PA 121/22/4, PA 121/21V/8, PA 121/22/7, PA 121/2/3, PA 121/5

Scope and Content Blue cloth covered album with hard covers containing 24 board pages, titled on front in gold: 'Photographs' and labelled inside back cover: 'The Morland Album No S9210, Johnsons, London' Contains small, clear snapshots taken between 1922 - 1930 in Scotland, many of Glasgow University OTC camps, at, for example, Barry Buddon, Loch Tay and Port Patrick, and several of holiday camping and houses. Includes Dalkenneth House 1922; Brycedale, Bridge of Allan; SS "Glencoe" coming in to Portree 1923; Stanley House boys 1924; wreck of salvaged German destroyer from Scapa Flow at Troon Harbour; Littleport Farm, St Fillans 1926; the car "Boanerges" reg. no. ES 3743 at Loch Earn side 1926; E Bruce as high Constable of Holyrood, October 1924; Betty Bruce; Nigel on Ariel, Rectory garden, Bridge of Allan; Miss Nance Galt; NJH MacCulloch and A Service. There is also a view of an old grave on the south side of Loch Earn inscribed "Near this spot are interred the bodies of seven MacDonalds of Glencoe killed while attempting to harry Ardvorlich."

Accession Number 1992/60


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