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Dunfermline, St Margaret's Street, Dunfermline Abbey, Palace And New Abbey Parish Church

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All Other SK FER/10 William Lee Ferguson W FERGUSON SKETCHBOOK: 10 Aberdour Castle: 3 sketches Auchen Castle: 8 sketches Blacklaw Tower: 7 sketches Bunkle Old Church: 2 sketches, photographic copies in NMRS, details Cambuskenneth Abbey: 5 pages sketches Crosshall, Eccles Cross: 4 pages sketches Dunfermline Abbey, New Abbey Parish Kirk: sketches Dunfermline, 21 Maygate, Abbot's House: 2 sketches Dumfries, Devorgilla's Bridge - 1 sketch Dumfries, High Street, Greyfriar's Church: 3 sketches, 2 prints Dumfries, Town Hall - 3 sketches Edinburgh Castle, St Margaret's Chapel: 3 sketches Edinburgh, 2 Castle Wynd North Edinburgh, Castlehill, General Edinburgh, Lawnmarket, Gladstone's Land Edinburgh, Lothian Road, St Cuthbert's Church and Churchyard Forester's House: 8 pages of sketches Frenchland Tower: 9 sketches Hilton church: sketch view Huttin church: sketch view and details Inverkeithing, Church Street, St Peter's Parish Church: 2 sketches Kames Tower: 1 sketch Leitholm Peel: 4 pages Lochhouse Tower: 11 sketches Lochwood: 2 pages sketch and details of sundial Maxwelton: 1 sketch of stone panel Moffat, Well Road, Manse: 2 pages sketch and details of sundial Moffat, St Cuthberts Church: 2 pages details Nisbet Cottages: 1 page Paxton Market Cross: 2 pages of sketches. Preston Market Cross: 1 page Simprin Church: 2 sketches Stirling, Stirling Parish Church: 4 sketches Stirling, Castle: 1 sketch Stirling, Argyll's Lodging: 2 sketches Stirling, Mar's Wark: 1 sketch Swinton, Main Street, Village Hall - 7 pages of sketches c. 1900 Batch Level
All Other AL 6 Archibald Craig Volume 3 of three scrapbooks compiled c.1825-50, bound in leather, labelled on the spine and titled 'Scrap Book' and numbered I-III, and bearing the bookplate of Archibald Craig. In the front of Volume III there is a manuscript family tree. Archibald Craig b.1805, educated at Craigmount and the Edinburgh Institution, from whome volumes descend to Archibald Hugh Craig b.1892, (address under Copyright field); Archibald Hugh Baillie Craig b.1925 (address under Copyright field). The family, as Craig Bros., were wholesale and retail woollen merchants and hatters in Edinburgh, running a cloth warehouse on the South Bridge. The volumes, which reflect Archibald's diverse interests, contain a typical collection of cuttings but with an emphasis on military subjects. They include engravings and sketches of buildings in Edinburgh and the vicinity, miscellaneous drawings and an unidentified architect's design for a Monument to General Sir Ralph Abercromby (died 1801). c. 1850 Batch Level
All Other PA 11 General Collection. Photograph Albums. Photograph Album No 11: Kirsty's Banff Album c. 1893 Batch Level
All Other PA 26 General Collection. Photograph Albums. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO.26: MOFFAT ALBUM Album of professional prints, dark purple leather with black spine and corners, gilt inlay. Album of J. Valentine and G.W.Wilson prints of houses, castles, churches, bridges and topography. Includes pictures of coaches and views including "Descending the Pass of Melfort in a coach and four" by George Washington Wilson and Ben Nevis Observatory. c. 1870 Batch Level
All Other PA 74 General Collection. Photograph Albums. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 74: THE HUTCHISON ALBUM Album of red cloth with green, gold, black and silver embossed decoration on the front cover Insc:(front cover) 'Album' Bought by N.M.R.S. in conjunction with the Scottish Photographic Archive where some of the contents (including "The inhabitants of St Kilda", St Bernard's Well, Dreghorn Lodge, "Provost and Lady Boyd"),are kept (marked S. P. A. ) Inside front cover: 'Photographs by Alexander Hutchison (1840 - 1924) of 17 Dublin Street, Edinburgh'. Entered in the 1905 Edinburgh Street Directory: Hutchison, Alexander, joiner and cabinetmaker, Northumberland Place, house 17 Dublin Street'. Views of Edinburgh surroundings, including Duddingston, Saughton (Ford's Road); Bellevue; Craigmillar; Cramond; Gilmerton House; Swanston; Abbotsford; Maxpoffle, St Boswells; Philipstoun Church; Darnick Tower, Melrose; Balvaird; Bein Inn, Glenfarg; and Arngask. Interior views include Thomas Bonnar's showroom, Edinburgh; drawing rooms at 7 and 9 Drummond Place; Business room and Library, 10 York Place; 6 Bellvue Crescent and the meeting room of The Monks of St Giles. Loose Leaves: Abbotsford: entrance by garden front; Duddingston; Bonaly Tower; Black Watch Mess Room, Aldershot 1914 decorated; Bass Rock; Melrose Abbey and two decorative pages describing Brodies Close and the Canongate Tolbooth, Edinburgh. 1880 Batch Level
All Other PA 30 General Collection. Photograph Albums. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 30: OLD EDINBURGH Album of 135 professional prints, dark red cloth with tan leather spine and edges embossed with pattern and gilt Insc: (spine) 'Old Edinburgh 1903 - R Dykes', (first page) '136 Photographs. Old Edinburgh A Photographic survey of old buildings in and around Edinburgh carried out during the years 1903, 1904 and 1905. The survey includes places such as Stirling, Dunfermline, Musselburgh etc. intimately associated with the history of Edinburgh. by Robert Dykes Edinburgh' Newspaper clipping (inside front cover) December 1904 about the Photographic Society Exhibition, from the Evening News. 1903 Batch Level
All Other SK FER/1 William Lee Ferguson W FERGUSON SKETCHBOOK: 1 Sketchbook titled 'Dunfermline and district. W L Ferguson, Duns. August 1901'. 8/1901 Batch Level
All Other SK FER/5 William Lee Ferguson W FERGUSON SKETCHBOOK: 5 Bowden Church: 3 sketches. Culross, General: 2 sketches. Culross Abbey: 4 sketches. Dunfermline Abbey, New Abbey Parish Kirk: pencil sketches. Roslin Chapel: 10 sketches. Greenlaw Church Tower: 1 sketch. Thirlestane Castle: 1 sketch. Bemersyde House: 1 sketch. Langshaw House: 1 sketch. Lauder, St Mary's Church: 1 sketch. Blanerne Castle: 4 sketches. Hillslap Tower: sketch view and 3 details. Whitslaid Tower: 1 sketch. Smailholm Tower - 4 pages sketches Simprin Church - 1 sketch c. 1901 Batch Level
All Other PA 104 William Notman PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO. 104: NOTMAN COLLECTION ALBUM A. c. 1890 Batch Level
All Other SIM 1/61 Reverend John Sime Page 61: Ink sketch plans of Dunfermline Abbey Church and of Rosyth Church. 'MEMORABILIA, JOn. SIME EDINr. 1840' 1806 Batch Level
All Other SIM 1/61V Reverend John Sime Page 61 verso: Dunfermline Abbey Church; sketch plan and rough plan showing position in relation to St Catherine's Wynd, plan of Balmerino Abbey Insc. "Dunfermline Abbey Church 1820." 'MEMORABILIA, JOn. SIME EDINr. 1840' 1818 Batch Level
All Other SIM 1/60V Reverend John Sime Page 60 verso: Ink sketches of detail from interior of Dunfermline Kirk 'MEMORABILIA, JOn. SIME EDINr. 1840' c. 1805 Batch Level
All Other 551 22/1/5/2 Betty Willsher Sites in Grampian, Fife, St Andrews. c. 1970 Batch Level
All Other 551 231/9/3 Scotia Archaeology Ltd Dunfermline Abbey: archive from excavations Sub-Group Level
All Other 551 214/7/7 Rathmell Archaeology Ltd Archive for watching brief at Southern Gateway, Dunfermline 2/2008 Sub-Group Level
All Other 551 1/4/16/76 RCAHMS Dunfermline Abbey 13/5/2014 Sub-Group Level
All Other 551 1/4/16/119 RCAHMS Dunfermline Abbey Church 22/8/2004 Sub-Group Level
All Other 551 166/1/1 Ordnance Survey Archaeological site card index ('495' cards) c. 1947 Sub-Group Level
All Other 551 151/2/11/9 Kirkdale Archaeology Ltd Dunfermline Abbey Sub-Group Level
All Other 551 359/100 General Collection Postcards relating to ecclesiastical and other sites in Fife, East Lothian and the Scottish Borders c. 1930 Group Level
All Other 551 262/115 Survey of Private Collections Survey of Private Collections. Aberdour and surrounding area Group Level