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General view of garden wall. On-line Digital Images SC 1640046 List C Survey General view of garden wall. 1975 Item Level
Oblique aerial view of Fettercairn House and Home Farm, near Laurencekirk, Aberdeen-shire, looking W. On-line Digital Images SC 1864323 Papers of James Sloan Bone, landscape historian, Inverness, Highland, Scotland Oblique aerial view of Fettercairn House and Home Farm, near Laurencekirk, Aberdeen-shire, looking W. 1989 Item Level
Aerial view of Fettercairn House, Gardens, and Fettercairn Mains Farm, Aberdeenshire, looking NW. On-line Digital Images SC 1967626 Papers of James Sloan Bone, landscape historian, Inverness, Highland, Scotland Aerial view of Fettercairn House, Gardens, and Fettercairn Mains Farm, Aberdeenshire, looking NW. Item Level
Aerial view of Fettercairn House, Kincardine, Aberdeenshire, looking NW. On-line Digital Images SC 1970254 Papers of James Sloan Bone, landscape historian, Inverness, Highland, Scotland Aerial view of Fettercairn House, Kincardine, Aberdeenshire, looking NW. 11/1981 Item Level
All Other PA 155 General Collection. Photograph Albums. Photograph Album No 155: THE LORIMER CHIMNEY PIECE ALBUM Hard-backed cloth-covered volume of 50 blue-green pages probably ordered from George Stewart, Stationer in George Street. Photographs, illustrated published articles, French post cards etc all relating to carving in wood or stone. Many pages at the beginning show fireplaces with design or order numbers and have dimensions and prices written in, as if it were to be a pattern book. Further pages include fireplaces in situ, details of carved doors and balusters etc (some in museums, some French) and interior views, many of them in Scottish houses. The Country Life articles date between 1910 and 1918. Loose pages of a gazetteer have been used as markers, and at the first page is a pencil design by Lorimer for a bed-spread, loose. c. 1910 Batch Level
Prints and Drawings LOR F/2/1 Lorimer and Matthew Sketch plan, elevations and panelling details of library. Plans and elevations of dormer window. 22/1/1898 Batch Level
All Other SK 21/15 Sir Robert Stodart Lorimer Robert Lorimer Sketchbook 15 7/1896 Batch Level
All Other 551 166/1/1 Records of the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, England Archaeological site card index ('495' cards) 1947 Sub-Group Level