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Print Room ED 9429 PC General Collection Postcard. View of crowds on beach and pier in background. Insc: 'The Pier, Portobello'. c. 1900 Item Level
Print Room ED 9428 Edinburgh, Portobello. View of beach and pier with crowds (postcard). Insc: 'The Pier, Portobello' c. 1900 Item Level
Print Room EDD 655/1 Alexander Archer Edinburgh, Portobello, Joppa Salt Pans. Sketch of Salt Pans. Titled: 'Salt Pans near Joppa, between Musselburgh and Portobello from Sketch taken from Nature by Alexander Archer. April 1840'. 4/1840 Item Level
Print Room PA 95/69 General Collection. Photograph Albums. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO.95: THE BAXTER PRINT ROOM ALBUM Edinburgh, Portobello. Lithographic print of view of Portobello and Aberlady Bay (postcard). Tilted: 'Portobello and Aberlady Bay'. c. 1850 Item Level
Print Room PA 42/57 General Collection. Photograph Albums. View of Portobello beach, Edinburgh, from north west, with bathing huts and donkeys. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 42: LINLITHGOW ALBUM c. 1860 Item Level
Print Room SMO S/20/2 Scott Morton Furnishings, structural components, religious building fixtures, and sound devices for and from locations including Edinburgh, Blackett Avenue, unidentified location; Edinburgh, Fettes College; Edinburgh, 84-87 Princes Street, New Club; Edinburgh, High Street, St Giles Cathedral; Edinburgh, either St Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral or St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral; Edinburgh, Portobello, unidentified church; Edinburgh, Granton Road, unidentified location; Aberdeen, King's College; Alloa, unidentified church; Helensburgh, unidentified location; probably Dunblane Cathedral; Musselburgh, Loretto School; Dundee, possibly Bank of Scotland; Perth, unidentified church; St Francis Church, unidentified location; ex-Scotland, England, Lancashire, Rossall School Chapel; possibly Burford Priory; possibly Campden House; possibly Addenbury Church; Coventry, St Michael's; Coventry, possibly Lord's Hospital; possibly Warwick, Beauchamp Chapel; Darlington, unidentified location; France, Versailles. Sketchbook and loose pages originally belonging to David Ramsay containing sketch elevation, design details and rubbings of urns, communion table, chimneypiece, window architrave, panelling, ironwork, doors, ornamental detail, cornice, organ, chairs, mouldings, crucifix, and cabinet (case furniture); notes describing journey from Sumburgh Airport to Edinburgh Airport. 1905 Batch Level
Print Room SMO S/20/5 Scott Morton Furnishings, structural components and religious building fixtures for and from locations including Musselburgh, Loretto School; Glasgow Pollok House; Edinburgh 30 St Andrew Square, British Legion office; Edinburgh, 40 Kirkhill Road; Commercial Bank, unidentified location; St Baldred's, unidentified location; Edinburgh, 115 and 135 George Street; probably Loanhead, Clerk Street, St Margaret's R.C. Church; Forfar, unidentified location; Islay, Port Askaig, Dunlossit House; Edinburgh, Oswald Road, unidentified location; Falkirk, unidentified location; probably Edinburgh, Nicholson Street, unidentified location; Gigha Island, unidentified location; probably Dunblane Cathedral; Edinburgh, Gilmerton Rpad, Liberton High School; probably Aberdeen, Argyll Place, unidentified church; Edinburgh, 31 Ravelston Dykes; Peterhead, St Fergus, unidentified location; St Boswells, Meadow House for Lady Ramsay-Fairfax; Edinburgh, 47 Moira Terrace; Edinburgh, Portobello, unidentified Church; Edinburgh, Princes Street, unidentified Bank; Monkton, the Dutch House, unidentified location; Melrose, Newton Church Road, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church; Newton Village, Newton Church Road, Newton Church; Arbroath, unidentified manse; and ex-Scotland, England, Surrey, Englefield Green, Dell Park. Sketchbook and loose pages originally belonging to David Ramsay containing plans, elevations and design details including for mouldings, panelling, mantelpiece, pews, communion table, doors, urn, and figurative carving. 1945 Batch Level