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Edinburgh, 245-329 High Street, City Chambers

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Preview Category Catalogue Number Collection Title Date Level
All Other EDR 38/1 Record Sheet 2/1979 Item Level
All Other AL 5 Archibald Craig Volume 2 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 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 169 General Collection. Photograph Albums. Un-named Album - contains photographs of sites and countryside in Edinburgh (Craiglockhart), Glasgow, East Lothian, Borders; London, Paris, Switzerland and front line trenches in Arras 1917. Trams, steam trains, vintage cars, tanks. c. 1914 Batch Level
All Other 551 268/3/8/2 City of Edinburgh Council Architectural Drawings City Chambers Redevelopment Proposed Phases. c. 1970 Batch Level
All Other 551 1/4/7/25/77 RCAHMS City Chambers, 245-329 High Street, Edinburgh 14/12/2005 Sub-Group Level
All Other 551 1/4/7/31/10 RCAHMS City Chambers, 245-329 High Street, Edinburgh 29/4/2009 Sub-Group Level