Issue 113



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Autumn 2022

Front Cover

Early 'shaped' pull-out novelty postcard by Valentine of Dundee.
Bathing Hut, c.1910
Private Collection

Related Article:
Valentine pull-out Novelty Postcards - A Scottish invention


Problems of Philanthropy at Pollock Park, Glasgow 1922-1955
Ardtrasgairt - portrait of a Highland community in the nineteenth century
Valentine pull-out Novelty Postcards - A Scottish invention
Burghs in the Moray Landscape: twin cities of the plain; twin pillars of the kingdom
'The most beautiful spot south of the Highlands': The George V Suspension Bridge, Newton Stewart
Note 1: 'A Near Thing' - bullet from the German Air Raid on Aberdeen 1943
Note 2: From 'Dynamite Cottage' to 'Death Row' - Dennyloanhead
Note 3: A Tale of Two Mineshafts
Note 4: Using LiDAR for Local History
News Feature: SLHFs Mini-Conference 'Scotland and Opposition to Slavery'
News Feature: Murrayfield Sculptors' Memorial
News Feature: Red Wheel Update
News Feature: A Marriage of Close Neighbours - Torrance & Baldernock Heritage & History Group
News Feature: British Association for Local History Award for SLH Article 'Georgetown Girls: a history of the Scottish shell filling factory 1915-18'
News Feature: Glasgow Mural of Thomas Muir

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