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Galloway (Scotland)

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Ferns, Monybuie Burn, 1870s-1930s

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1434/1404
Scope and Contents Photograph of the Monybuie Burn surrounded by a field of ferns in the late 19th or early 20th century. The initials, ' E.M.J.' are written on the slide, but it is unclear to whom or what this might refer.
Dates: 1870s-1930s

James Brydon, 1870s-1930s

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Identifier: Coll-1434/1218
Scope and Contents Portrait of James Brydon sitting in a chair holding a cane with his top hat on the right on a table and his dog sitting to his left in the 19th century.
Dates: 1870s-1930s

Manuscript note sent by William McAdam to John Smith, sheriff of Galloway and Lord Provost of Wigtown, ? 17th century

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Identifier: Coll-1383/4
Scope and Contents Manuscript note by William McAdam giving his 'good salutations' to 'the Right Honourable Sheriff of Galloway and now Lord provost of Wigtown', John Smith. Based on the handwriting, the note seems to be dating from the 17th century.
Dates: ? 17th century

Proof copy of article on 'The Geological Influences which have Affected the Course of British History', 1881

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Identifier: Coll-74/8/4
Scope and Contents First proof copy of an article by Sir Archibald Geikie on 'The Geological Influences which have Affected the Course of British History' from printers Clay, Sons and Taylor, for Macmillan the publisher in 1881. This looked at ancient peoples and legendary figures, puting them in the context of the evolution of the natural world. Including elements such as the impact of the devlopment of commerce and the move from an agricultural to an urban industrial society, Sir Archibald Geikie mapped them to...
Dates: 1881

Queen of the Meadow, Monybuie Corsock, [Scotland], 1870s-1930s

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1434/1399
Scope and Contents Photograph of a field of Queen of the Meadow, or meadowsweet, in Monybuie Corsock, Scotland in the late 19th or early 20th century. The initials, ' E.M.J.' are written on the slide, but it is unclear to whom or what this might refer.
Dates: 1870s-1930s