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Photograph Album No103: The Douglas Room Album
All Other PA 103 General Collection. Photograph Albums. Photograph Album No103: The Douglas Room Album c. 1870 Batch Level
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM 107: NOTMAN COLLECTION ALBUM D.
Blue leather album with some gold trim and card pages.  High quality amateur photographs plus some commercial, mainly architectural.
Glass negatives. All Other PA 107 William Notman PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM 107: NOTMAN COLLECTION ALBUM D. Blue leather album with some gold trim and card pages. High quality amateur photographs plus some commercial, mainly architectural. Glass negatives. c. 1890 Batch Level
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM 7: CAMARA CLUB ALBUM
Photograph album with views of castles, churches and towns. 

All Other PA 7 General Collection. Photograph Albums. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM 7: CAMARA CLUB ALBUM Photograph album with views of castles, churches and towns. 1900 Batch Level
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO.90: THE FAMILY TRAVELS ALBUM, cf PAs 21, 64, 85, 114, 115, 116, 125, 126, and 127.
Views in Scotland, England, France and Madeira.Album of red cloth with leather spine inscribed on back cover "Album."  Includes many photographs taken in Dinard, 1920; in Edinburgh, 1921-2, and elsewhere. Names include groups of nurses - Misses Counsel, Emerson, Duncan, Abbie, Mackenzie, Jaeger; Lees, Beattie, Carlsen, MacDowell, Baring, Coutts; Melvin, J & M Munro, Robertson, Sim, Graham, Meldrum, Chandler; McQueen, Miller, Rankin, Dickie, Flett; Younger, Stewart, Fairbairns, Kingdom, Folkmar, Hall, Rankin, Crooks; Jamieson, Munro, Macrae.  Other groups show Mr Mrs and Miss MacIntosh, Miss M Norfor, Amy Henderson, Mrs Henderson, Miss Malcolm 1922, C Turnbull; Misses Kinnear, Clare, Black, Beattie, Wigston, Miller, MacWilliam, Baird, Emerson, Cumming, Mitchell; Lang, Allen, Gouldbourn; Miss Anderson, Aunt Eliza and Stuart; Trixie and Cousin Edith Stuart; Robertson, Auntie Grace and Robin; Miss Bachelor, Jessica, John; Capt. Redmayne at Dalmally 1923; Mr Price; Uncle Willie at Aikenshaw; Auntie May and Nick Hansard; WJV Turnbull and G & R Kindersley at Claygate 1925; Quarter House, Stuart and Jessica with David Baird Smith; the Turnbull vault at Bonhill 1927; Miss Murphy and "Gracchur" [car] at Shap Fell 1932; Patricia with GX2209 [car] 1933; Self with kitten, 1934; Patricia and Robert Smyllie; Nellie Robertson's two children at Leith. Later snapshots show family and friends in the south of England and in Madeira.Other pictures include views of milk cans in Hyde Park during strike May 1926; a ferry going ut to a paddle steamer at Rahane; Lochearnhead Hotel 1924; the paddle steamer "Lucy Ashton" 1924; Manor Water with graves of Barnets of Barns; submarine "mother ship" at Roseneath 1928; SS "Deutschland" 1929; the 1932 Review of Territorials at Dumbarton Castle, with Davie and Lizzie Campbell, Baker and Mrs Carson, and the Hamilton gravestone in Grange Cemetery. All Other PA 90 General Collection. Photograph Albums. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO.90: THE FAMILY TRAVELS ALBUM, cf PAs 21, 64, 85, 114, 115, 116, 125, 126, and 127. Views in Scotland, England, France and Madeira.Album of red cloth with leather spine inscribed on back cover "Album." Includes many photographs taken in Dinard, 1920; in Edinburgh, 1921-2, and elsewhere. Names include groups of nurses - Misses Counsel, Emerson, Duncan, Abbie, Mackenzie, Jaeger; Lees, Beattie, Carlsen, MacDowell, Baring, Coutts; Melvin, J & M Munro, Robertson, Sim, Graham, Meldrum, Chandler; McQueen, Miller, Rankin, Dickie, Flett; Younger, Stewart, Fairbairns, Kingdom, Folkmar, Hall, Rankin, Crooks; Jamieson, Munro, Macrae. Other groups show Mr Mrs and Miss MacIntosh, Miss M Norfor, Amy Henderson, Mrs Henderson, Miss Malcolm 1922, C Turnbull; Misses Kinnear, Clare, Black, Beattie, Wigston, Miller, MacWilliam, Baird, Emerson, Cumming, Mitchell; Lang, Allen, Gouldbourn; Miss Anderson, Aunt Eliza and Stuart; Trixie and Cousin Edith Stuart; Robertson, Auntie Grace and Robin; Miss Bachelor, Jessica, John; Capt. Redmayne at Dalmally 1923; Mr Price; Uncle Willie at Aikenshaw; Auntie May and Nick Hansard; WJV Turnbull and G & R Kindersley at Claygate 1925; Quarter House, Stuart and Jessica with David Baird Smith; the Turnbull vault at Bonhill 1927; Miss Murphy and "Gracchur" [car] at Shap Fell 1932; Patricia with GX2209 [car] 1933; Self with kitten, 1934; Patricia and Robert Smyllie; Nellie Robertson's two children at Leith. Later snapshots show family and friends in the south of England and in Madeira.Other pictures include views of milk cans in Hyde Park during strike May 1926; a ferry going ut to a paddle steamer at Rahane; Lochearnhead Hotel 1924; the paddle steamer "Lucy Ashton" 1924; Manor Water with graves of Barnets of Barns; submarine "mother ship" at Roseneath 1928; SS "Deutschland" 1929; the 1932 Review of Territorials at Dumbarton Castle, with Davie and Lizzie Campbell, Baker and Mrs Carson, and the Hamilton gravestone in Grange Cemetery. 1920 Batch Level
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 53: THE MERRICK ALBUM
Bottle green Morocco leather album, elaborately embossed with gold. Insc: (front cover) 'H I M '
The album seems to have been compiled by "H.I.M.", probably Hezekiah Merrick of Eskhill House at Roslin, related to John Merrick, founder, c.1800, of the Gunpowder Mills there.  Included are views of the Merrick family  and photographs which seem to have been taken for H. Merrick by JOHN THOMSON, custodian of Roslin Chapel and steward of the estate of the Earl of Roslin.   This is evidenced by an inscription written in pencil below one of the photographs of Roslin Chapel which reads: "carved pillar was discovered during restoration.   Only two upper courses were carved and Baxter carved remainder. I got Thomson to take this photo for me. H.M.  I consider it the handsomest pillar in the chapel."   [This is not the Apprentice Pillar.]  Another photograph shows the chapel decorated for Christmas 1882.   The Thomson photographs alternate with commercial photographs by G.W.Wilson, J. V. Valentine and others, frequently on the verso leaves.   The album dates to c. 1860's, with a dated Thomson photograph of 1862 and various newspaper clippings of that decade.Photographs include one of the Gunpowder Mills with about 20 workers, one of the Cylinder there with 32 workers in 1863, and others showing Harecraigs, the bridge at Kirkettle and groups of people.There is a view of Eskhill with figures captioned in pencil as JM Eyres, Mrs HM Eyres, Miss M and D McGill and others show Rosebank with Miss Carrol, Mrs W, Lucy, Major and Miss Wedderburn with children in 1860;  Whitehill with Col. Learmonth in a carriage, with a lady and child and, also at Whitehill Mr Ramsay, Lady Louisa and the young ladies.   There is also a press cutting dated 27 June 1882 about the life and lineage of Mr Wardlaw-Ramsay, with a view of Cluny House, Aberchirder and two photographs of The Bush.
There is also a photograph of a vessel capsized in a harbour with her name "Daphne" clearly visible above the water. This was a steam powered passenger vessel launched friom the Linthouse shipyard on the Clyde on 3rd July 1883. Due to a malfunction in the launching apparatus she sank immediately in deep water with the death os 124 workmen and boys who were on board. A memorial park exists in Govan. All Other PA 53 General Collection. Photograph Albums. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 53: THE MERRICK ALBUM Bottle green Morocco leather album, elaborately embossed with gold. Insc: (front cover) 'H I M ' The album seems to have been compiled by "H.I.M.", probably Hezekiah Merrick of Eskhill House at Roslin, related to John Merrick, founder, c.1800, of the Gunpowder Mills there. Included are views of the Merrick family and photographs which seem to have been taken for H. Merrick by JOHN THOMSON, custodian of Roslin Chapel and steward of the estate of the Earl of Roslin. This is evidenced by an inscription written in pencil below one of the photographs of Roslin Chapel which reads: "carved pillar was discovered during restoration. Only two upper courses were carved and Baxter carved remainder. I got Thomson to take this photo for me. H.M. I consider it the handsomest pillar in the chapel." [This is not the Apprentice Pillar.] Another photograph shows the chapel decorated for Christmas 1882. The Thomson photographs alternate with commercial photographs by G.W.Wilson, J. V. Valentine and others, frequently on the verso leaves. The album dates to c. 1860's, with a dated Thomson photograph of 1862 and various newspaper clippings of that decade.Photographs include one of the Gunpowder Mills with about 20 workers, one of the Cylinder there with 32 workers in 1863, and others showing Harecraigs, the bridge at Kirkettle and groups of people.There is a view of Eskhill with figures captioned in pencil as JM Eyres, Mrs HM Eyres, Miss M and D McGill and others show Rosebank with Miss Carrol, Mrs W, Lucy, Major and Miss Wedderburn with children in 1860; Whitehill with Col. Learmonth in a carriage, with a lady and child and, also at Whitehill Mr Ramsay, Lady Louisa and the young ladies. There is also a press cutting dated 27 June 1882 about the life and lineage of Mr Wardlaw-Ramsay, with a view of Cluny House, Aberchirder and two photographs of The Bush. There is also a photograph of a vessel capsized in a harbour with her name "Daphne" clearly visible above the water. This was a steam powered passenger vessel launched friom the Linthouse shipyard on the Clyde on 3rd July 1883. Due to a malfunction in the launching apparatus she sank immediately in deep water with the death os 124 workmen and boys who were on board. A memorial park exists in Govan. c. 1860 Batch Level
W FERGUSON SKETCHBOOK: 2
Elgin Cathdral - 12 sketches
Elgin Cathdral, Bishop's House - 1 sketch
Pluscarden Abbey - 1 sketch
Cranshaw's Castle - 1 sketch
Greenlaw Church Tower - 1 page sketches
Cowdenknowes - 1 sketch
Newark Castle, Ettrick - 1 sketch
New or Sweetheart Abbey - 1 sketch
Smailholm church - 2 pages sketches All Other SK FER/2 William Lee Ferguson W FERGUSON SKETCHBOOK: 2 Elgin Cathdral - 12 sketches Elgin Cathdral, Bishop's House - 1 sketch Pluscarden Abbey - 1 sketch Cranshaw's Castle - 1 sketch Greenlaw Church Tower - 1 page sketches Cowdenknowes - 1 sketch Newark Castle, Ettrick - 1 sketch New or Sweetheart Abbey - 1 sketch Smailholm church - 2 pages sketches c. 1901 Batch Level
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO. 104: NOTMAN COLLECTION ALBUM A. All Other PA 104 William Notman PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO. 104: NOTMAN COLLECTION ALBUM A. c. 1890 Batch Level
Copy of historic photograph showing general view of transept and west towers from SE. Photographs and Off-line Digital Images B 77531 George Washington Wilson Copy of historic photograph showing general view of transept and west towers from SE. Batch Level
Plan. Print Room MOD 8/24 National Art Survey of Scotland Plan. 1906 Batch Level
Details of windows. All Other MOD 8/32 National Art Survey of Scotland Details of windows. c. 1900 Batch Level
Elevation of choir. All Other MOD 8/34 National Art Survey of Scotland Elevation of choir. c. 1900 Batch Level
Details of pier. Print Room MOD 8/36 National Art Survey of Scotland Details of pier. c. 1900 Batch Level
Plans and elevations of door and vesica, S transept. Print Room MOD 8/39 National Art Survey of Scotland Plans and elevations of door and vesica, S transept. c. 1900 Batch Level
Elevations and detail of windows, S transept. Print Room MOD 8/41 National Art Survey of Scotland Elevations and detail of windows, S transept. c. 1900 Batch Level
Section and elevations of windows, S transept. Print Room MOD 8/42 National Art Survey of Scotland Section and elevations of windows, S transept. c. 1900 Batch Level
Details of tomb. Print Room MOD 8/46 National Art Survey of Scotland Details of tomb. c. 1900 Batch Level
Plan of W doorway and arcading. All Other MOD 8/59 National Art Survey of Scotland Plan of W doorway and arcading. c. 1900 Batch Level
Details of niches. All Other MOD 8/64 National Art Survey of Scotland Details of niches. c. 1900 Batch Level
Details of W door. Print Room MOD 8/65 National Art Survey of Scotland Details of W door. 1906 Batch Level
Details of W door. All Other MOD 8/66 National Art Survey of Scotland Details of W door. c. 1900 Batch Level
Detail of episcopal effigies. Photographs and Off-line Digital Images MO 50/3 PO Dr Francis C Eeles Detail of episcopal effigies. Batch Level
Ecclesiastical research material.
Sketch plans, elevations and details of S Croce, Florence.  Perspective views of unidentified church and elevations of Iona Abbey.  Design for front cover, map showing position of cathedrals, block plans and typescript for publication, 'The Cathedrals of Scotland'. Prints and Drawings IGL 1920/4/3 Ian G Lindsay Ecclesiastical research material. Sketch plans, elevations and details of S Croce, Florence. Perspective views of unidentified church and elevations of Iona Abbey. Design for front cover, map showing position of cathedrals, block plans and typescript for publication, 'The Cathedrals of Scotland'. c. 1926 Batch Level
Page 88 verso:  Elgin Cathedral; engraving showing general view;sketch plan with written notes relating to dimensions.
'MEMORABILIA, JOn. SIME  EDINr.  1840' All Other SIM 1/88V Reverend John Sime Page 88 verso: Elgin Cathedral; engraving showing general view;sketch plan with written notes relating to dimensions. 'MEMORABILIA, JOn. SIME EDINr. 1840' 1831 Batch Level
Excavation photographs:
Frame 2 - Chapter House foundations and other masonry. From NE.
Frame 6 to 7 - N end of area between chapter house and Brodie Aisle. From N.
Frame 8 - Trench fully excavated. From N.
Frame 9 to 10 - Trench fully excavated. From S. Photographs and Off-line Digital Images BP 135/1 Historic Scotland Archive Project Excavation photographs: Frame 2 - Chapter House foundations and other masonry. From NE. Frame 6 to 7 - N end of area between chapter house and Brodie Aisle. From N. Frame 8 - Trench fully excavated. From N. Frame 9 to 10 - Trench fully excavated. From S. 1989 Batch Level