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"(10.30 a.m. Sun through cloud. Wellington AntiScreen. F16 1/2 front lens. LS). River Shee and bridge from mound." An arched stone bridge over a river. To the near side of the river there are trees and grass and a path leading along the river bank. In ...

"(10.30 a.m. Sun through cloud. Wellington AntiScreen. F16 1/2 front lens. LS). River Shee and bridge from mound." An arched stone bridge over a river. To the near side of the river there are trees and grass and a path leading along the river bank. In the background there are trees, houses and hills.

"(10.30 a.m. Very dull. Wellington AntiScreen. F11 3/4s - Front lens). Invergowrie from Blackness Road." Invergowrie in the distance to the right of the picture, with the river Tay at the left. In the foreground there is a low stone wall, a bench and s...

"(10.30 a.m. Very dull. Wellington AntiScreen. F11 3/4s - Front lens). Invergowrie from Blackness Road." Invergowrie in the distance to the right of the picture, with the river Tay at the left. In the foreground there is a low stone wall, a bench and some trees.

Invergowrie in the distance to the right of the picture, with the river Tay at the left. In the foreground there is a low stone wall, a bench and some trees.

105 black and white negatives showing rhe official ceremony of the inauguration of the University of Dundee. Photographs show the procession from the Dundee Parish Church (St. Mary's), to the Caird Hall...

105 black and white negatives showing rhe official ceremony of the inauguration of the University of Dundee. Photographs show the procession from the Dundee Parish Church (St. Mary's), to the Caird Hall. Also contains interior images of the ceremony in the Caird Hall and images of the Queen Mother, the first chancellor of the University of Dundee.

Negative: 57x57mm

(1077) Letter, Edinburgh, [Bishop] John Gillan to unidentified correspondent ["probably Bishop Archibald Campbell"]. Encloses papers which may "be of some use for representing the tyranny and injustice of our Presbyterians". Refers to accusations again...

(1077) Letter, Edinburgh, [Bishop] John Gillan to unidentified correspondent ["probably Bishop Archibald Campbell"]. Encloses papers which may "be of some use for representing the tyranny and injustice of our Presbyterians". Refers to accusations against Episcopal Clergy

Dean William Leslie Christie

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