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Edinburgh, Lawnmarket, Lady Stair's Close, Lady Stair's House

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View of Lady Stair's Close, Edinburgh, looking South with Lady Stair's House in right side of the photograph
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Second and Third Floor Plans.
Signed "G S Aitken, 29 Queen Street".
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Detailed view of sign above entrance to The Writers' Museum (Lady Stair's House).
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Medieval calvary cross grave slab
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Sections.
Signed "G S Aitken, 29 Queen Street".
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View of carved stones, above third floor window on S wall of Writers' Museum.
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Copy of drawing by J Houston, Ministry of Works architect
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General view
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Detail of inscribed lintel over entrance doorway
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Lady Stair's House. General view from E
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View of carved lintel above entrance to  Writers' Museum.
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Oblique aerial view of Lady Stair's Close, Bank Street and Lawnmarket, looking NNW.
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View of Writers' Museum entrance arch and railings, North Bank Street.
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View of carved panel on E wall of Writers' Museum.
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View of carved stone, below second floor window on S wall of Writers' Museum.
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View of relief profiles of Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott and Robert Louis Stevenson, on N wall of Writers' Museum.
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Oblique aerial view of Mound Place, Lawnmarket, Bank Street, North Bank Street, New College and Assembly Hall, looking SW.
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South and East Elevations.
Signed "G S Aitken, 29 Queen Street"
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North and West Elevations and Section
Signed "G S Aitken, 29 Queen Street"
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Detail of entrance doorway
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Oblique aerial view of Lady Stair's Close, Bank Street and Lawnmarket, looking WNW.
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First and Basement Floor Plans.
Signed "G S Aitken, 29 Queen Street".
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View of sign above entrance to The Writers' Museum (Lady Stair's House).
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