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Schaw’s Hospital, Prestonpans, Library Book Register

Identifier: EL14 · Date: 1849-1856 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Schaw's Hospital, Prestonpans, Library Book Register

Passport (single Sheet) For Thomas Todrick

Identifier: EL24/5 · Date: 27 July 1838 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

issued in the Hague for travel on the Continent (with stamps from all the places he visited)

Catalogue Of The Haddington Town And County Library

Identifier: EL189 · Date: 1862 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Small booklet in fragile condition. Gives names of office bearers and rules of the library in the inside cover. Printed by A Neill, High Street, Haddington

Photograph

Identifier: 1994.1119 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

sepia paper mounted photo by W Black, Dunbar, shows cricket team outside wooden building with score board, pale blue mount.

These crickets were photographed at Cowan's Park in Dunbar around 1905, ...

Drawing

Identifier: 10226 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

small pencil sketch on paper (with 10227) showing georgian dressed figures of golfers and caddies waiting to tee off, title `the first hole`

The links at Saint Andrews has long been its foremost a...

Hat

Identifier: 1996.437.9 · Date: 1870c=1900c · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

green silk racing cap, button on top, crown of 6 triangular panels, lightly padded; peak stiffened, also silk covered; brim laced with long trailing silk drawstrings let out thru` 2 eyelets at the ...

Curling Stone

Identifier: 1135 · Date: 1850 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This is a roughly hewn granite curling stone, which is rounded with a flattened top and base. The stone has an iron rod protruding from the top, where its handle would have been connected.

This...

Curling Stone

Identifier: 1131 · Date: 1900 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This curling stone is round with flat top and base. The stone has been half polished to make its upper section appear darker than its base. The stone has a wooden and metal (iron) handle stuck in o...

Curling Stone

Identifier: 1132 · Date: 1900 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Granite curling stone, round with flat top and base, smoothed on top and bottom with rough stone band around circumference. The stones have been half polished to make their upper section appear dar...

Photograph

Identifier: 1995.62 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

sepia on paper shows 2 men in the doorway of the premises of `Bass Rockk Cycle Co`, NB Highh Street; nice detail of windows, etc; note `Harry Adam standing outside`

This photograph shows the premi...