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Born here:

 DOUGLAS, William  (c.1672-1748), c.1672

 SUMMERS, Somers L.  (c.1875-1905), c.1875

Main references

Slide sets:

 The abbeys, monasteries, and priories of ancient Britain (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 36-40 slides, in/before 1888)

 Address to the toothache (recitation: manufacturer unknown, ? slides, in/before 1873)

 The architecture of Scotland (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 50 slides, 1891)

 Auld Reekie: a visit to Edinburgh (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 46 slides, in/before 1890)

 Balmoral Castle: the Queen's Highland home (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 40 slides, 1888)

 Beauties of the Scotch coast (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1893)

 Ben Nevis and its observatory (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 16 slides, 1884-1891)

 Bonnie Scotland (lecture: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, n.d.)

 The brave coastguardsman (recitation: UK Band of Hope Union, 6 slides, 1900)

 Castles (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 Comin' thro' the rye (song: York & Son, 3 slides, 1899)

 Comin' through the rye (song: Riley Brothers, 4 slides, 1897)

 The cotter's Saturday night (recitation: York & Son, 9 slides, in/before 1888)

 The cotter's Saturday night (recitation: Alfred Pumphrey, 8 slides, in/before 1873)

 Edinburgh and round about it (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1894)

 [The finest hundred miles in the Borders: a motor coach run] (lecture: manufacturer unknown, ? slides, 1920s)

 For the sake of somebody (song: manufacturer unknown, ? slides, n.d.)

 From England to Iceland (lecture: Riley Brothers, 48 slides, in/before 1887)

 From John O'Groats to Lands End: or, a tour through Britain (lecture: Riley Brothers, 60 slides, 1899)

 From the Forth to the Clyde: or, a summer tour in Scotland (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50 slides, in/before 1887)

 Glasgow and 'doon the watter' (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 55 slides, in/before 1890)

 Glasgow Exhibition, 1901 (lecture: York & Son, 40 slides, 1901)

 Glass making (lecture: York & Son, 19 slides, in/before 1901)

 Great towns of Great Britain and Ireland (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50 slides, 1899)

 The Highlands of Scotland (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 52 slides, in/before 1887)

 The Highlands of Scotland (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 51 slides, in/before 1888)

 The history of Great Britain: period I -- the Guelphs (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 69 slides, in/before 1899)

 History of the Church of Scotland: series 1. From the beginning to the time of Andrew Melville (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 56 slides, in/before 1893)

 History of the Church of Scotland: series 2. From the first Reformed Church Episcopy till the present (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 59 slides, in/before 1893)

 How the Forth Bridge was built (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 27 slides, 1889)

 In and around Edinburgh (lecture: Poulton & Son, 12 slides, in/after 1891)

 In and around Glasgow (lecture: Poulton & Son, 12 slides, in/after 1891)

 In the footsteps of Cromwell (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1899)

 John O'Groats to Lands End (lecture: Riley Brothers, 57 slides, in/before 1888)

 The land of Scott and Burns (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 51 slides, in/before 1888)

 The land of the rose, shamrock, and thistle (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

 Landscape illustrations of 'Lady of the lake' and 'Lord of the Isles' (lecture: E.G. Wood, 51 slides, in/before 1888)

 The little Scottish martyrs: a tale of the covenanters (story: Bamforth & Co., 12 slides, 1893)

 The Lowlands of Scotland (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1887)

 The Lowlands of Scotland (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 50 slides, in/before 1887)

 [Manchester Museum Collection: Loch Ness Monster] (lecture: privately made, 56 slides, in/after 1961)

 Mary Queen of Scots (lecture: W.C. Hughes, 17 slides, in/before 1888)

 Mary, Queen of Scots (lecture: York & Son, 24 slides, 1885)

 Mary, Queen of Scots (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 60 slides, 1894)

 Mary, Queen of Scots (recitation: Alfred Pumphrey, 12 slides, in/before 1888)

 Mary, Queen of Scots (recitation: Newton & Co., 16 slides, in/before 1888)

 A nicht wi' Burns: his life, poems, and songs (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 73 slides, n.d.)

 A night with Burns (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 36 slides, 1893)

 O whistle, and I'll come to you (song: manufacturer unknown, ? slides, n.d.)

 Only a gipsy: a Caithness story (service of song: W. Rider & Co., 24 slides, 1900s)

 Orkney and Shetland (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 40 slides, in/before 1887)

 Picturesque Scottish scenes (lecture: G.M. Mason, 60 slides, n.d.)

 Picturesque Scottish scenes: visiting Burns' and Scott's country (lecture: G.M. Mason, 80 slides, n.d.)

 Prince Charlie and the '45 (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 50 slides, in/before 1896)

 The principle and construction of the Forth Bridge (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 12 slides, 1889)

 The rivers, glens and waterfalls of Scotland (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 31 slides, in/before 1888)

 The romance of Bonnie Prince Charlie (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 64 slides, n.d.)

 The ruined castles of Scotland (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 45 slides, in/before 1888)

 The ruined cathedrals and abbeys of Scotland (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 24 slides, in/before 1888)

 Scotch lakes and mountains (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1894)

 Scotland (lecture: Newton & Co., 225-367 slides, in/before 1888)

 Scotland (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 Scotland (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 75 slides, in/before 1889)

 Scotland and its scenery (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 4 slides, n.d.)

 Shipbuilding (lecture: York & Son, 10 slides, 1899-1909)

 Sir Walter Scott and his country (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 56 slides, in/before 1901)

 The stately homes of Scotland (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 36 slides, in/before 1888)

 Tam o' Shanter (recitation: manufacturer unknown, 9 slides, n.d.)

 Through the Trossachs with Sir Walter Scott (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 24 slides, in/before 1888)

 A tour in the north: known formerly as Highland pastimes (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 28 slides, in/before 1892)

 Tour in the Scotch Highlands (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1894)

 Travels in Scotland (lecture: G.M. Mason, 60 slides, in/before 1913)

 A trip to Orkney (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 36 slides, in/before 1891)

 Ultima Thule: or round the Shetland Islands (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 36 slides, 1889)

 The unlucky present: or, the covetous parson and the pot (story: Alfred Pumphrey, 6 slides, in/before 1873)

 Views connected with Burns (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 10 slides, in/before 1909)

 Views in Scotland (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 36 slides, in/before 1894)

 Wallace and Bruce: or, the Scottish war of independence (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 54 slides, in/before 1895)

 The west coast of Scotland: part 1. From Oban to Skye (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 31 slides, in/before 1890)

 The west coast of Scotland: part 2. The Outer Hebrides (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 36 slides, in/before 1890)

 The West Highlands of Scotland: visiting Oban, Iona, Staffa, Fort William, Glencoe, Inverness, etc. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 75 slides, n.d.)

Texts:

 The abbeys, monasteries, and priories of ancient Britain (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 Robert Burns, ‘Address to the toothache’ in several compilations

 Beauties of the Scotch coast (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)

 Ben Nevis and its observatory (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 ‘Bonnie Scotland’ in Readings in prose and verse

 William Blackwood, ‘The brave coastguardsman’ in Halfpenny illustrated temperance reciter 25

 ‘Castles’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 Robert Burns, ‘Comin' thro' the rye’ in Beecham's music portfolio 1

 Robert Burns, ‘The cotter's Saturday night’ in several compilations

 The finest hundred miles in the Borders: a motor coach run (Edinburgh: Scottish Motor Traction Co., 1920s)

 George E. Thompson, The footsteps of Cromwell (London: York & Son, 1899)

 Robert Burns, ‘For the sake of somebody’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2

 The Forth Bridge (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)

 From John O'Groats to Lands End: or, a tour through Britain (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1899)

 From Oban to Skye and the Outer Hebrides: no. 1 - Oban to Skye (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 From Oban to Skye and the Outer Hebrides: no. 2 - the Outer Hebrides (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 The great towns of Great Britain (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1899)

 G.R. Bryce, ‘The haunts of Glasgow lanternists’ in OMLJ 7.80 (January 1896)

 J.W. McCall, The highlands of Scotland (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 J.W. McCall, The highlands of Scotland (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 [The history of Great Britain: period I - the Guelphs] (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, c.1899)

 How the Forth Bridge was built (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, 1889)

 In and around Edinburgh (London: Poulton & Son, n.d.)

 The land of the rose, shamrock, and thistle (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)

 ‘Landscape scenery of 'The lady of the lake' and 'The Lord of the Isles'’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2

 J.W. McCall, The lowlands of Scotland (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 Henry Glassford Bell, ‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ in several compilations

 A night with Burns (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, 1893)

 Robert Burns, ‘O whistle, and I'll come to you’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2

 A.J. Foxwell and John Graham (arrangers), Only a gipsy: a Caithness story (London: J. Curwen & Sons, 1890)

 Orkney and Shetland described (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 Prince Charlie and 'the '45' (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 The Queen's Highland home (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1888)

 Scotch lakes and mountains (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)

 ‘Scotland’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 ‘Scotland and its scenery’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

 Sir Walter Scott and his country (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 Robert Burns, ‘Tam o' Shanter’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

 A trip to Orkney (n.d.)

 ‘The unlucky present’ in several compilations

 John J. Rae, The way to Heaven for a sixpence (Edinburgh: Pickering & Inglis Ltd., n.d.)

Events linked to this location

venue: [Magic lantern lecture] (lantern lecture, Scotland, 9 September 1900)

venue: [Magic lantern exhibition] (lantern entertainment, Scotland, 1902)

venue: [Magic lantern address] (lantern lecture, Scotland, 26 January 1906)

venue: [Magic lantern exhibition] (lantern entertainment, Scotland, 1907)

venue: [Magic lantern exhibition] (lantern entertainment, Scotland, January 1907)

venue: [Magic lantern exhibition] (lantern entertainment, Scotland, 1908)

Lucerna ID 1503831

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