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Edinburgh, Scotland

 Subject
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 784 Collections and/or Records:

Big Jack's Close, Canongate, c 1985

 Item — Box Box 1 of 9: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/27/5/11
Scope and Contents Adjacent to Little Jack's Close. "Jack's Land", a block of flats, lay between the "Jack" Closes. Items Coll-1167/B/27/9-11 show an area on the north side of the Canongate. Handwritten title on the original envelope containing the corresponding glass plate negatives was written by R. Dykes. A print of the corresponding glass plate negative was exhibited in the "Squalor and Romance" section of Geddes' replacement "Cities and Town Planning Exhibition".
Dates: c 1985

Big Jack's Close, Canongate, c 1890-c 1910

 Item — Box Box 6 of 7: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/26/5/11
Scope and Contents Adjacent to Little Jack's Close. "Jack's Land", a block of flats, lay between the "Jack" Closes. Items Coll-1167/B/26/9-11 show an area on the north side of the Canongate. Handwritten title by R. Dykes. A print of this glass plate negative was exhibited in the "Squalor and Romance" section of Geddes' replacement "Cities and Town Planning Exhibition".
Dates: c 1890-c 1910

Bird's eye view looking west, c. 1450, 1910

 Item — Box Box E: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/4/2
Scope and Contents Ink and water-colour drawing by Frank C. Mears, 1910, showing medieval developments of Castle and Royal Burgh, with Holyrood Abbey and beginnings of aristocratic Burgh of Canongait. It also shows the Grassmarket and the "Nor Loch" and the city walls.
Dates: 1910

Bird's Eye view of Edinburgh from the south, c 1890-c 1910

 Item — Box Box 5 of 7: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/26/23/8
Scope and Contents A glass plate negative showing an image of Frank C. Mears' "Bird's Eye View of Edinburgh, from the south, c. 1450." (See Coll-1167/B/4/1). A very similar, but no identical drawing was among the exhibits in Geddes' "Cities and Town Planning Exhibition"; it had a rather long inscription noting the various consituents of all medieval towns, and showing how the grouping could vary to meet conditions of site. Handwwritten title by Mabel Barker.
Dates: c 1890-c 1910

Bird's Eye view of Edinburgh from the south, c 1985

 Item — Box Box 4 of 9: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/27/23/8
Scope and Contents A photographic print showing an image of Frank C. Mears' "Bird's Eye View of Edinburgh, from the south, c. 1450." (See Coll-1167/B/4/1). A very similar, but no identical drawing was among the exhibits in Geddes' "Cities and Town Planning Exhibition"; it had a rather long inscription noting the various consituents of all medieval towns, and showing how the grouping could vary to meet conditions of site. Handwwritten title by Mabel Barker.
Dates: c 1985

Bird's Eye view of the Forth, c 1890-c 1910

 Item — Box Box 3 of 7: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/26/23/12
Scope and Contents A glass plate negative showing another image of one of Frank C. Mears' drawings of a '"Bird's Eye View of the Forth". It is likely that the drawing was exhibit no 13 in the "Origins of Edinburgh" section of the 1911 Exhibition. Handwritten title by Mabel Barker.
Dates: c 1890-c 1910

Bird's Eye view of the Forth, c 1985

 Item — Box Box 4 of 9: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/27/23/12
Scope and Contents A photographic print showing another image of one of Frank C. Mears' drawings of a '"Bird's Eye View of the Forth". It is likely that the drawing was exhibit no 13 in the "Origins of Edinburgh" section of the 1911 Exhibition. Handwritten title on the original envelope containing the corresponding glass plate negatives was written by Mabel Barker.
Dates: c 1985

Black Watch Memorial, The Mound, c 1985

 Item — Box Box 2 of 9: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/27/11/5
Scope and Contents The Bank of Scotland is in the background. The Memorial is in memory of soldiers who were killed in the South African (Boer) Wall, 1899-1902. Handwritten title on the original envelope containing the corresponding glass plate negatives was written by R. Dykes. A print from the corresponding glass plate negative was included in the "Mound Series" section of Geddes' replacement "Cities and Town Planning Exibition". See Coll-1167/B/14
Dates: c 1985

Black Watch Memorial, The Mound, c 1890-c 1910

 Item — Box Box 2 of 7: Series Coll-1167/B
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/26/11/5
Scope and Contents The Bank of Scotland is in the background. The Memorial is in memory of soldiers who were killed in the South African (Boer) Wall, 1899-1902. Handwritten title by R. Dykes. A print from this glass plate negative was included in the "Mound Series" section of Geddes' replacement "Cities and Town Planning Exibition". See Coll-1167/B/14
Dates: c 1890-c 1910

Blackford Glen, c 1914

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1167/B/25/2
Scope and Contents No attribution. Pencil inscription on back reads "On Blackford Hill, Edinburgh", in the same handwriting as that on item Coll-1167/B/25/1 "Duddingston Loch" signed W. Reid. Note Liberton Tower on the horizon. Matt finish.
Dates: c 1914