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

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Crofter's Dwelling
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Washing Day
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The Cas-Chrom
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The optical magic lantern journal: volume 2 number 17 (October 1890), v

“We start from Oban and go north to Skye, round which we sail. In Skye we are shown a number of studies of Crofter Life -- such as Woolspinning, Grinding Corn by the Handmill, the Cas Chrom, or Wooden Spade, etc.”

October 1890
The optical magic lantern journal: volume 2 number 17 (October 1890), viii

“Starting with a beautiful study of Oban Bay, we are taken through wild scenery and life on the barren but magnificent islands on the West Coast of Scotland. The set may be had in two parts, each being complete in itself, and for all purposes a separate lecture, or the two together form one interesting reading not too long to be tiresome, and with fine views.”

Lucerna ID  3001831

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 29 April 2024

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