Horae. ('Missal'). Written for use in the Diocese of Tournai (illuminated). Mid 15th century.
Photographs of Dundee in 1964
West Port looking west
West Port looking west: Hawkhill on left, Blackness Road on right. Phone box, police box, public convenience, clock face, parked cars.
Hawkhill looking west, junction with Kincardine Street.
Kincardine Street ? looking towards the Law. Cobbled street with tenements on both sides, parked cars on both sides, top of St Josephs School and Church bottom left (just visible)
Hawkhill looking west, Kincardine Street right foreground. Telephone box, parked vehicles, grocer, corner of Kincardine Street.
Hawkhill looking east, Kincardine Street centre left. Cobbled street, parked cars, post office, pillar box.
Hawkhill looking east, Mount Pleasant Place right foreground. Cobbled street, traffic, signs advertising Tennents and Evans Export.
Hawkhill looking west, Isles Lane behind car.' [The caption in the album is wrong - Wilkie's Lane is behind the car and the next lane along to the east is Watson's Lane - Isles Lane is the next one along but is not in the photograph]. Pedestrian thorough
Fulton Building from Small's Wynd/Cross Row looking towards Hawkhill.
Hawkhill looking east, Park Wynd on right. Various traders on left-hand side of street, parked cars on both sides.
Hawkhill looking east, Balfour Street on right. Shop with awnings out and Sale notices displayed.
Hawkhill looking east, Kincardine Street left foreground, Balfour Street on right.
Hawkhill looking east, Balfour Street on right, past telephone box. Scott Library.
Kinnear Local Collection of Books
Illustrations of Scottish Flora, chiefly of Forfarshire and Fifeshire'
Baxter Park bye-laws
First World War Collection
Documents relating to Private James Braid, Royal Highlanders
"Back shift" leaving Dens Works
Exterior view of works (decorated possibly for royal visit), and street scene with tramcars, horse-drawn carts, pedestrians.
Interior view of weaving shed
Baxters old half-time school, with inset of portrait of the schoolmaster, Mr Andrew Strachan. [Taken from post-card]