The Duncan Brown Photographic Collection

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Horatio McCulloch, RSA

Cathcart Castle

Sir D. McNee

Betty Burns

Mrs David Wingate, grandaughter of Burns

Strathbungo - shows Bernard Rae'’s Italian ice-cream shop

Strathbungo

Cpt. Paterson & East End 5th LRV, 10th Co.

Langside (with cross)

Hagg’s Castle

Sir Colin Campbell’'s Presentation Sword

Sculptural Relief from Old Town’s House, Bridgate

Crossmyloof - Wellbank Laundry

Crossmyloof

Sham Fight at Cowglen

Moss Lane, Crossmyloof

Cross Lane, Crossmyloof

Crookston Castle

Moss-side Cottage, Crossmyloof

Shilling Toll, Shaws Rd.

In the Queen'’s Park

Victoria Infirmary

Camphill House

Crookston Castle

Hagg’s Castle from the East

Literary & Artistic Club at Hagg’s Castle

Potterfield - 3 women outside cottage

Pollok House

Potterfield

Potterfield –children on green

Birthplace of the Bairds of Gartsherrie, 3 people outside cottage

Literary & Artistic Club

Gilbertfield, Dechmont

Cathcart Parish Church,– family in graveyard

Old Manse, Cathcart

Old Inn, Cathcart

Literary & Artistic Club picnic to Finnich Glen

Braehead, Cathcart

Mill Dam, Cathcart

View of the Cart

Cathcart from Old Castle windows

Cathcart Bridge & Old Snuff Mill

Cathcart Bridge

Cathcart Castle,– yard of with people and chickens

Roman Camp, Camphill Park

Camp, Camphill Park

Kenmure St., Pollokshields - showing Bryson Family Grocers

Parish Church, Pollokshields

Free Church, Pollokshields

Mr Shaw Stewart, MP & Lady Alice, Polling Day

Titwood Church

West Lodge, Maxwell Drive, Pollokshields

United Presbyterian Church, Pollokshields

Foot of Millbrae, Langside

Bogle Bridge, Langside

Old Houses, Langside

Ezekiel (cartoon)

Duke of Hamilton’'s Window in Cathedral

Moses (cartoon)

Isaiah (cartoon)

Ezekiel (cartoon)

Malachi (cartoon)

John the Baptist (cartoon)

“Baird” window in cathedral

Our Lord (cartoon)

St. John the Evangelist (cartoon)

Reid Memorial Window - Christ & the apostles (cartoon)

John the Baptist or Elijah? (cartoon)

Christ and the woman of Somaria at the well

Cathedral windows - Christ & little children; Christ & Peter; Christ as Good Shepherd

Laurie Memorial Window in Lady Chapel

Laocoon

Venus de Milos

Venus de Medici

Diana adjusting her robe for hunting

Gartshore House

Lanarkshire Militia - 2th Company'’s Officers

Cottage near Arrochar

Man with black horse

Queen'’s Park

Queen'’s Park

Haying - near Queen'’s Park

Haying

Queen’'s Park

Queen’'s Park

Quarries at Furness, Loch Fyne

Steamer ‘Mary Jane’ at Tarbert Old Quay with 600 boxes of herrings for Glasgow Market

Dennistoun Rounders Club

A soccer team

Saltmarket

Hugh MacDonald (poet)

Brothers Hamilton, North Park, old Glasgow merchants

Two ladies of an old Glasgow family (possibly Mrs & Miss Worshop)

Mr Lamond, Vicar of Deepdale

The late John Brown, Queen’'s Ghillie

Bothwell Castle

Old Tavern “The Buchanan” –at Govan Ferry

Old Barony Kirk

First Normal Seminar in Glasgow, est. 1829, with pupils outside

Central Bridge, Jamaica St.

Rutherglen Bridge

Muir Houses

Strathbungo

Duncan Brown “old man lately”

Archibald Hamilton of North Park/John Hamilton

Cathcart Bridge

Dam on Cart at Cathcart

Mr. David Keir, glass stainer

Mrs Paterson

Mr Robert Greenlees

Bust of Clytie

John Smith Murdoch

Ralph Nicolson Wornum

Portrait with case and cast

Bust of Clytie, front

Lady in poke bonnet & shawl

Goatfell Cottage, above Loch Fyne, Furness in winter

Douglas Baird’'s children

Bust of Clytie

Jamie Davidson

Mrs Yasmin Bruen & children

Mr. Cornull

Mr. Thomson

(Man at table with top hat)

Mrs Thomson, daughter of Robert Burns

Mr. Macbeath

Southwell (bust)

(Young man in overcoat)

(Man in hat)

(Four young men)

The McBeth family –- “The Happy Family” on doorstep

Monument to Lt. General Sir George Cathcart

Duke of Hamiton coat of arms window

Helensburgh

Sighthill Cemetery Gates

Venus

Venus de Milo

Acanthus Scroll

Painting by Mr. Cairns

(Woman peeling vegetables)

Nairne Campbell, photograph of huntsman

Dr. George Muirhales, MP, DD

Mr Carswell

Duncan Brown

Mr Brown (in yard at GSA?)

Mr Rait’s coachman on horseback

(Portrait of man)

(Portrait of boy)

(Portrait of man)

(Portrait of man)

Woodland scene

Linlithgow with church and palace

Cup presented to the yacht club in 1855 by the Earl of Eglinton

McClure of McClure & McDonald in full dress kilt

(Two young women in bonnets)

Cast of Marsyas from front

(Seated woman in bonnet and cape)

Mr. More

Stephen, nephew of Flora McDonald

(Portrait of smiling man)

Finlay Brown

Wheel jack used for coaches, locomotives or wagons

Smelting furnace with apprentice

Smelting instrument

Fireman on Edinburgh - Glasgow Railway, possibly a photographer

Ingram Street, looking East

Garscube House

Albert Young

Housebreakers in irons with prison officer

Tombstone of John Smith Murdoch at Sighthill Cemetery, teacher at GSA

Bust (in Greek helmet - Alexander?)

James Copeland

The Lottery by D. Munro (painting)

Painting by D. Munro of woman on moor

Sculptured coat of arms by V.M. Crawford of MacFarlane'’s Saracen Iron Works

“Late Again” painting by Robert Greenlees

Mrs Brown & J. Brown

Memorial to John Farquhar, Merchant

Mrs Shanks and a second woman

“I am washing my feet, Ma” - two girls washing feet

Marysas (back view)

Copy of memorial coffin lid from Glasgow Cathedral

(Portrait of man)

Robert Whyte

“Adam & Eve”, painting by Cairns

Duncan Brown reading

Mrs Duncan Brown reading

Girl seated in a field

Groom holding a horse

Eleven for All England, Woodlands Road

Mary Jane, Steamer at Tarbert, Loch Fyne - 300 boxes of herring on board

David Thomson Esq.

(Portrait of man)

“The wee herd Lassie” - girl with stick

Horse and cart in city street

Lord John Russell

(Man seated at table)

Mr Henry Rait and a woman

(Seated older woman)

John Anderson, Manager of the first railway to penetrate the West Highlands, the Callander & Oban Railway Co.

(Woman holding a letter)

(Man)

Theseus from Parthenon & Discobolus casts at GSA

Gartsherrie House, through trees

Gartsherrie House with Mr & Mrs Thorneycroft, Mr Whitelaw MP and 6 Thorneycroft children

Wallace Oak, Elderslie

Cambusdoon House

Cambusdoon House

Ellie House, Fife with family outside

Ellie House, Fife

Urie A. Baird country house, parkland and cattle

(House in country)

Closeburn Hall, home of D. Baird, 2 women and 2 children in grounds

Closeburn Hall, home of D. Baird, 2 women and 2 children in grounds

Gilbertfield House, 2 men with guns and a woman in front of house

Mr George Alexander and another man in front of Brash’'s Cooperage on corner of Maxwell St. & Dunlop St., Glasgow

(Three men around a lectern/deeds box)

(Man)

(Boy in kilt seated at a table)

Bairds of Gartsherrie birthplace

(House with dormer windows)

Napiers’ Foremen, Govan

Mr Bowler

John Cairns, artist

Robert Lyne (Art master at GSA)

(Youth)

(Man)

(Man)

Mr & Mrs Stewart Renfrew

Dunoon

(A villa with family in front - Dunoon?)

(A villa with the family in front - Dunoon?)

Garelochhead, beach at

Song “Inchtavannach ‘to be sung by Mr Thomas Brown on the occasion of the Literary & Artistic Picnic to the island of Inchtavannach

Steamship “Douglas” at R. Napier's & Sons on stocks

Drinking fountain with Glasgow coat of arms - Macfarlane'’s patent, Saracen Foundry, Glasgow

Literary & Artistic Club

Mrs Stuart & family, Gilbertfield

Literary & Artistic Club

(Elderly gentleman)

Elgin Place Church - Greek temple style church at Pitt St.

Interior of Bothwell Castle

Drovers Inn at Taynuilt

Dungeon of Bothwell Castle

George Good

Walter Young

William Wallace

A.D. Robertson (teacher of H. MacDonald)

Ingram St. looking West to Stirling Library Building

Meeting in George Square

St. Vincent Place with equestrian statue of Queen Victoria at Buchanan St., looking north

(High bridge through trees)

Mr Wighton

James Eastern

T. Goddard

Charles Wilson, Architect

Daniel McNee

Mrs Swanston

Baillie Harvey

(Child seated by a fence)

(Painting - possibly Lady of Shallott)

Mr W.W. Scott in military uniform

Mr. A.D. Scott in military uniform

Memorial to Archibald Ingram from the Merchants Hall Cttee. Room by Dr. Strang'’s workers

A group of trees at Pollok (man in tent in front of trees)

(A middle-aged woman)

(A bearded man by a column)

(A young woman with ringlets)

(Elderly woman, seated)

(Elderly woman in fringed shawl, standing)

From Bowling looking up the Clyde

From Bowling looking over the Clyde

Frisky Hall (Hotel), Bowling

The Carradale (puffer?)

“Persons”, chart of occupations

“Bird-fowls”, chart of

Jas. Brown, Council Officer

James D. Brown

Mr Stevenson

Mr Howden

Mr Harry Andrews, Theatre Royal

Mr Jas. Walker

(Man, holding hat)

Mr Lyne

(Man, hand in pocket)

(Young woman)

(Young man at a table)

Mr D. MacMaster

Rev. J. McNab of Millport

(A young woman)

(A young woman)

Dunblane, with Callander Railway in foreground

From Callander Bridge

Bridge at Glen Buckie, Balquhidder

Balquhidder (farm buildings & cottages)

Sheep shearing at Glen Buckie, Balqhuidder

Braes of Balquhidder

(A clergyman)

Hall Keepers and purveyors trip, Dunkeld

(Angel from Cathedral windows)

(The Columbine steamship? - on the Clyde?)

Glen Sannox, Arran

River & Fir trees

House at Glennback, Old Kilpatrick

(Man at desk)

Coaches outside a house on the main road, north out of Callander (?)

Drinking fountain - Memorial to Hugh MacDonald

Two cartoons and a window from Glasgow Cathedral

Five men and two boys in a garden

Park scene, church in background

European scene by lake including a man, woman and child in foreground



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Collection Overview

Title: The Duncan Brown Photographic Collection, 1853-1896 Add to your favourites. View associated digital content.

Primary Creator: Brown, Duncan (1819-1897)

Extent: 305.0 Items

Arrangement: The photographs are numbered individually and held in three bound volumes

Subjects: Architecture, Glasgow, Scotland, Photographs, Scotland, UK, Scottish history, The Glasgow School of Art

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The collection consists of 305 photographs taken between 1853 and 1896. Sitters included local dignitaries, friends and family including John Brown, Queen Victoria's Ghillie. The collection also includes landscapes and the streets of Glasgow, particularly around the Pollokshields area on the south side of the city. Other subjects include ships, ship yards and stately houses.

Collection Historical Note

Duncan Brown was an employee of the Glasgow School of Design, Ingram Street, Glasgow, Scotland. Despite the new medium of photography being in quite an early stage of development, Brown was a talented photographer. Although some of his prints have faded over time and others have faults with their focus, the majority are well taken. The collection forms a unique and valuable record of Glasgow at the time when it was the "Second City of the Empire".

Biographical Note

Duncan Brown (1819-1897) was a talented amateur photographer whose work documented aspects of Glasgow life from the 1850s until the 1890s. From 1845 to 1862 he was employed as the janitor at the Glasgow School of Art, which was then a Government School of Design located at 116 Ingram Street.

Subject/Index Terms

Architecture
Glasgow, Scotland
Photographs
Scotland, UK
Scottish history
The Glasgow School of Art

Administrative Information

Repository: GSA Archives

Access Restrictions: Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections are open for research by appointment.

Use Restrictions:

Application for permission to quote should be submitted to The Archives and Collections Centre at The Glasgow School of Art.

Reproduction subject to usual conditions: educational use and condition of documents.

Appraisal Information: This material has been appraised in line with Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections standard procedures.

Processing Information: Fonds level description compiled by David Powell, Hub Project Archivist, 7 November 2001. Updated by David Powell, Hub Project Archivist, 14 May 2002. Transferred into CALM database by Susannah Waters, GSA Archivist, 14 August 2008.

Finding Aid Revision History: Catalogue imported into Archon software and edited by Michelle Kaye, Archon Project Officer, June 2014.


Description of Contents

Horatio McCulloch, RSA, 1855-1856,
Cathcart Castle, c1853-1896,
Sir D. McNee, 1855-1856,
Betty Burns, c1853-1896,
Mrs David Wingate, grandaughter of Burns, c1853-1896,
Strathbungo - shows Bernard Rae'’s Italian ice-cream shop, c1853-1896,
Strathbungo, c1853-1896,
Cpt. Paterson & East End 5th LRV, 10th Co., c1855-1856,
Langside (with cross), 1896,
Hagg’s Castle, 1895,
Sir Colin Campbell’'s Presentation Sword, 01 Jul 1856,
Sculptural Relief from Old Town’s House, Bridgate, c1853-1896,
Crossmyloof - Wellbank Laundry, c1853-1896,
Crossmyloof, c1853-1896,
Sham Fight at Cowglen, 1859,
Moss Lane, Crossmyloof, c1853-1896,
Cross Lane, Crossmyloof, c1853-1896,
Crookston Castle, 1856,
Moss-side Cottage, Crossmyloof, c1853-1896,
Shilling Toll, Shaws Rd., c1853-1896,
In the Queen'’s Park, c1853-1896,
Victoria Infirmary, c1853-1896,
Camphill House, c1853-1896,
Crookston Castle, 1895,
Hagg’s Castle from the East, 1858,
Literary & Artistic Club at Hagg’s Castle, 1858,
Potterfield - 3 women outside cottage, c1853-1896,
Pollok House, 1856,
Potterfield, c1853-1896,
Potterfield –children on green, c1853-1896,
Birthplace of the Bairds of Gartsherrie, 3 people outside cottage, 1858,
Literary & Artistic Club, 1856,
Gilbertfield, Dechmont, 1855,
Cathcart Parish Church,– family in graveyard, c1853-1896,
Old Manse, Cathcart, c1853-1896,
Old Inn, Cathcart, c1853-1896,
Literary & Artistic Club picnic to Finnich Glen, 1857,
Braehead, Cathcart, c1853-1896,
Mill Dam, Cathcart, c1853-1896,
View of the Cart, c1853-1896,
Cathcart from Old Castle windows, c1853-1896,
Cathcart Bridge & Old Snuff Mill, c1853-1896,
Cathcart Bridge, c1853-1896,
Cathcart Castle,– yard of with people and chickens, c1853-1896,
Roman Camp, Camphill Park, c1853-1896,
Camp, Camphill Park, c1853-1896,
Kenmure St., Pollokshields - showing Bryson Family Grocers, c1853-1896,
Parish Church, Pollokshields, c1853-1896,
Free Church, Pollokshields, c1853-1896,
Mr Shaw Stewart, MP & Lady Alice, Polling Day, c1853-1896,
Titwood Church, c1853-1896,
West Lodge, Maxwell Drive, Pollokshields, c1853-1896,
United Presbyterian Church, Pollokshields, c1853-1896,
Foot of Millbrae, Langside, c1853-1896,
Bogle Bridge, Langside, c1853-1896,
Old Houses, Langside, c1853-1896,
Ezekiel (cartoon), c1853-1896,
Duke of Hamilton’'s Window in Cathedral, 1858,
Moses (cartoon), c1853-1896,
Isaiah (cartoon), c1853-1896,
Ezekiel (cartoon), c1853-1896,
Malachi (cartoon), c1853-1896,
John the Baptist (cartoon), 1857-1858,
“Baird” window in cathedral, c1853-1896,
Our Lord (cartoon), c1853-1896,
St. John the Evangelist (cartoon), c1853-1896,
Reid Memorial Window - Christ & the apostles (cartoon), 1858,
John the Baptist or Elijah? (cartoon), 1858,
Christ and the woman of Somaria at the well, c1853-1896,
Cathedral windows - Christ & little children; Christ & Peter; Christ as Good Shepherd, 1858,
Laurie Memorial Window in Lady Chapel, 1867-1868,
Laocoon, 1853,
Venus de Milos, 1851,
Venus de Medici, 1853,
Diana adjusting her robe for hunting, 1853-1854,
Gartshore House, 1854,
Lanarkshire Militia - 2th Company'’s Officers, 1857,
Cottage near Arrochar, c1853-1896,
Man with black horse, c1853-1896,
Queen'’s Park, c1853-1896,
Queen'’s Park, c1853-1896,
Haying - near Queen'’s Park, c1853-1896,
Haying, c1853-1896,
Queen’'s Park, c1853-1896,
Queen’'s Park, c1853-1896,
Quarries at Furness, Loch Fyne, c1853-1896,
Steamer ‘Mary Jane’ at Tarbert Old Quay with 600 boxes of herrings for Glasgow Market, 1858,
Dennistoun Rounders Club, c1853-1896,
A soccer team, c1853-1896,
Saltmarket, c1853-1896,
Hugh MacDonald (poet), 1858,
Brothers Hamilton, North Park, old Glasgow merchants, c1853-1896,
Two ladies of an old Glasgow family (possibly Mrs & Miss Worshop), c1853-1896,
Mr Lamond, Vicar of Deepdale, c1853-1896,
The late John Brown, Queen’'s Ghillie, c1853-1896,
Bothwell Castle, 1854,
Old Tavern “The Buchanan” –at Govan Ferry, 1858,
Old Barony Kirk, 1889,
First Normal Seminar in Glasgow, est. 1829, with pupils outside, c1853-1896,
Central Bridge, Jamaica St., c1853-1896,
Rutherglen Bridge, 1856,
Muir Houses, c1853-1896,
Strathbungo, c1853-1896,
Duncan Brown “old man lately”, c1853-1896,
Archibald Hamilton of North Park/John Hamilton, c1853-1896,
Cathcart Bridge, c1853-1896,
Dam on Cart at Cathcart, c1853-1896,
Mr. David Keir, glass stainer, c1853-1896,
Mrs Paterson, c1853-1896,
Mr Robert Greenlees, c1853-1896,
Bust of Clytie, c1853-1896,
John Smith Murdoch, c1853-1896,
Ralph Nicolson Wornum, c1853-1896,
Portrait with case and cast, c1853-1896,
Bust of Clytie, front, c1853-1896,
Lady in poke bonnet & shawl, c1853-1896,
Goatfell Cottage, above Loch Fyne, Furness in winter, c1853-1896,
Douglas Baird’'s children, c1853-1896,
Bust of Clytie, c1853-1896,
Jamie Davidson, c1853-1896,
Mrs Yasmin Bruen & children, c1853-1896,
Mr. Cornull, c1853-1896,
Mr. Thomson, c1853-1896,
(Man at table with top hat), c1853-1896,
Mrs Thomson, daughter of Robert Burns, 02 Apr 1852,
Mr. Macbeath, c1853-1896,
Southwell (bust), c1853-1896,
(Young man in overcoat), c1853-1896,
(Man in hat), c1853-1896,
(Four young men), c1853-1896,
The McBeth family –- “The Happy Family” on doorstep, c1853-1896,
Monument to Lt. General Sir George Cathcart, Dec 1857,
Duke of Hamiton coat of arms window, c1853-1896,
Helensburgh, c1853-1896,
Sighthill Cemetery Gates, c1853-1896,
Venus, c1853-1896,
Venus de Milo, c1853-1896,
Acanthus Scroll, c1853-1896,
Painting by Mr. Cairns, c1853-1896,
(Woman peeling vegetables), c1853-1896,
Nairne Campbell, photograph of huntsman, c1853-1896,
Dr. George Muirhales, MP, DD, Apr 1856,
Mr Carswell, Apr 1856,
Duncan Brown, c1853-1896,
Mr Brown (in yard at GSA?), 1856,
Mr Rait’s coachman on horseback, c1853-1896,
(Portrait of man), c1853-1896,
(Portrait of boy), c1853-1896,
(Portrait of man), c1853-1896,
(Portrait of man), 1854,
Woodland scene, 1855,
Linlithgow with church and palace, 1855,
Cup presented to the yacht club in 1855 by the Earl of Eglinton, c1853-1896,
McClure of McClure & McDonald in full dress kilt, c1853-1896,
(Two young women in bonnets), c1853-1896,
Cast of Marsyas from front, c1853-1896,
(Seated woman in bonnet and cape), c1853-1896,
Mr. More, c1853-1896,
Stephen, nephew of Flora McDonald, c1853-1896,
(Portrait of smiling man), c1853-1896,
Finlay Brown, c1853-1896,
Wheel jack used for coaches, locomotives or wagons, c1853-1896,
Smelting furnace with apprentice, c1853-1896,
Smelting instrument, c1853-1896,
Fireman on Edinburgh - Glasgow Railway, possibly a photographer, c1853-1896,
Ingram Street, looking East, c1858,
Garscube House, 1855,
Albert Young, c1853-1896,
Housebreakers in irons with prison officer, 20 May 1855,
Tombstone of John Smith Murdoch at Sighthill Cemetery, teacher at GSA, 1856,
Bust (in Greek helmet - Alexander?), c1853-1896,
James Copeland, 1857,
The Lottery by D. Munro (painting), Apr 1857,
Painting by D. Munro of woman on moor, Apr 1857,
Sculptured coat of arms by V.M. Crawford of MacFarlane'’s Saracen Iron Works, c1853-1896,
“Late Again” painting by Robert Greenlees, Apr 1857,
Mrs Brown & J. Brown, May 1857,
Memorial to John Farquhar, Merchant, May 1857,
Mrs Shanks and a second woman, May 1857,
“I am washing my feet, Ma” - two girls washing feet, c1853-1896,
Marysas (back view), c1853-1896,
Copy of memorial coffin lid from Glasgow Cathedral, Apr 1857,
(Portrait of man), c1853-1896,
Robert Whyte, c1853-1896,
“Adam & Eve”, painting by Cairns, 1857,
Duncan Brown reading, c1853-1896,
Mrs Duncan Brown reading, c1853-1896,
Girl seated in a field, c1853-1896,
Groom holding a horse, c1853-1896,
Eleven for All England, Woodlands Road, c1853-1896,
Mary Jane, Steamer at Tarbert, Loch Fyne - 300 boxes of herring on board, c1858,
David Thomson Esq., c1853-1896,
(Portrait of man), 1855,
“The wee herd Lassie” - girl with stick, c1853-1896,
Horse and cart in city street, c1853-1896,
Lord John Russell, c1853-1896,
(Man seated at table), c1853-1896,
Mr Henry Rait and a woman, 1854,
(Seated older woman), 1855,
John Anderson, Manager of the first railway to penetrate the West Highlands, the Callander & Oban Railway Co., c1853-1896,
(Woman holding a letter), c1853-1896,
(Man), c1850s,
Theseus from Parthenon & Discobolus casts at GSA, c1853-1896,
Gartsherrie House, through trees, c1853-1896,
Gartsherrie House with Mr & Mrs Thorneycroft, Mr Whitelaw MP and 6 Thorneycroft children, c1853-1896,
Wallace Oak, Elderslie, c1853-1896,
Cambusdoon House, c1853-1896,
Cambusdoon House, c1853-1896,
Ellie House, Fife with family outside, c1853-1896,
Ellie House, Fife, c1853-1896,
Urie A. Baird country house, parkland and cattle, c1853-1896,
(House in country), c1853-1896,
Closeburn Hall, home of D. Baird, 2 women and 2 children in grounds, c1853-1896,
Closeburn Hall, home of D. Baird, 2 women and 2 children in grounds, c1853-1896,
Gilbertfield House, 2 men with guns and a woman in front of house, c1853-1896,
Mr George Alexander and another man in front of Brash’'s Cooperage on corner of Maxwell St. & Dunlop St., Glasgow, c1853-1896,
(Three men around a lectern/deeds box), c1853-1896,
(Man), c1853-1896,
(Boy in kilt seated at a table), c1853-1896,
Bairds of Gartsherrie birthplace, c1853-1896,
(House with dormer windows), c1853-1896,
Napiers’ Foremen, Govan, c1858,
Mr Bowler, 1857,
John Cairns, artist, c1853-1896,
Robert Lyne (Art master at GSA), c1853-1896,
(Youth), c1853-1896,
(Man), c1853-1896,
(Man), c1853-1896,
Mr & Mrs Stewart Renfrew, c1853-1896,
Dunoon, c1853-1896,
(A villa with family in front - Dunoon?), c1853-1896,
(A villa with the family in front - Dunoon?), c1853-1896,
Garelochhead, beach at, c1853-1896,
Song “Inchtavannach ‘to be sung by Mr Thomas Brown on the occasion of the Literary & Artistic Picnic to the island of Inchtavannach, Aug 1858,
Steamship “Douglas” at R. Napier's & Sons on stocks, 1858,
Drinking fountain with Glasgow coat of arms - Macfarlane'’s patent, Saracen Foundry, Glasgow, c1853-1896,
Literary & Artistic Club, 1856,
Mrs Stuart & family, Gilbertfield, 1858,
Literary & Artistic Club, 1856,
(Elderly gentleman), c1853-1896,
Elgin Place Church - Greek temple style church at Pitt St., c1853-1896,
Interior of Bothwell Castle, 1858,
Drovers Inn at Taynuilt, c1853-1896,
Dungeon of Bothwell Castle, 1858,
George Good, c1853-1896,
Walter Young, c1853-1896,
William Wallace, c1853-1896,
A.D. Robertson (teacher of H. MacDonald), c1853-1896,
Ingram St. looking West to Stirling Library Building, c1853-1896,
Meeting in George Square, c1853-1896,
St. Vincent Place with equestrian statue of Queen Victoria at Buchanan St., looking north, c1853-1896,
(High bridge through trees), c1853-1896,
Mr Wighton, c1853-1896,
James Eastern, c1853-1896,
T. Goddard, c1853-1896,
Charles Wilson, Architect, c1853-1896,
Daniel McNee, c1853-1896,
Mrs Swanston, c1853-1896,
Baillie Harvey, c1853-1896,
(Child seated by a fence), c1853-1896,
(Painting - possibly Lady of Shallott), c1853-1896,
Mr W.W. Scott in military uniform, c1853-1896,
Mr. A.D. Scott in military uniform, c1853-1896,
Memorial to Archibald Ingram from the Merchants Hall Cttee. Room by Dr. Strang'’s workers, c1853-1896,
A group of trees at Pollok (man in tent in front of trees), c1853-1896,
(A middle-aged woman), c1853-1896,
(A bearded man by a column), c1853-1896,
(A young woman with ringlets), c1853-1896,
(Elderly woman, seated), c1853-1896,
(Elderly woman in fringed shawl, standing), c1853-1896,
From Bowling looking up the Clyde, Jul 1861,
From Bowling looking over the Clyde, Jul 1861,
Frisky Hall (Hotel), Bowling, Jul 1861,
The Carradale (puffer?), c1853-1896,
“Persons”, chart of occupations, c1853-1896,
“Bird-fowls”, chart of, c1853-1896,
Jas. Brown, Council Officer, Jul 1861,
James D. Brown, 1860,
Mr Stevenson, 1861,
Mr Howden, 1861,
Mr Harry Andrews, Theatre Royal, 1860,
Mr Jas. Walker, c1853-1896,
(Man, holding hat), c1853-1896,
Mr Lyne, c1853-1896,
(Man, hand in pocket), c1853-1896,
(Young woman), c1853-1896,
(Young man at a table), c1853-1896,
Mr D. MacMaster, c1853-1896,
Rev. J. McNab of Millport, c1853-1896,
(A young woman), c1853-1896,
(A young woman), c1853-1896,
Dunblane, with Callander Railway in foreground, c1853-1896,
From Callander Bridge, c1853-1896,
Bridge at Glen Buckie, Balquhidder, 1862,
Balquhidder (farm buildings & cottages), 1862,
Sheep shearing at Glen Buckie, Balqhuidder, 1862,
Braes of Balquhidder, 1862,
(A clergyman), c1853-1896,
Hall Keepers and purveyors trip, Dunkeld, 21 Jun 1877,
(Angel from Cathedral windows), c1853-1896,
(The Columbine steamship? - on the Clyde?), c1853-1896,
Glen Sannox, Arran, c1853-1896,
River & Fir trees, c1853-1896,
House at Glennback, Old Kilpatrick, c1853-1896,
(Man at desk), c1853-1896,
Coaches outside a house on the main road, north out of Callander (?), c1853-1896,
Drinking fountain - Memorial to Hugh MacDonald, c1853-1896,
Two cartoons and a window from Glasgow Cathedral, c1853-1896,
Five men and two boys in a garden, c1853-1896,
Park scene, church in background, c1853-1896,
European scene by lake including a man, woman and child in foreground, c1853-1896
DB/199, (Item) (Man), c1850s Add to your favourites. View associated digital content. 
Description: Volume II.
Extent: 1 image
Reference: DB/199
Related Material: See GSAA/P/3 Photographic Negatives number: 6/14A
Dimensions: 120 x 96 mm

Creator(s):

Brown, Duncan

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