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Mrs Lawson, Dochfour Drive, Inverness.
Reference: 23196
Mrs Lawson, Dochfour Drive, In...
Bank Street, Inverness. The central building was used as the headquarters of Inverness District Scouts from 1931 to 1935, being then known as the Maud Lawson Hall, after Lady Maud Lawson of Dochfour, who had been a keen supporter of Scouting. The building was opened on 23rd June 1931 by the Prince of Wales, but was sold due to structural problems only four year later. Before 1931 the building was known as the Royal Halls. The Theatre Royal, on the far right,  burned down in 1934, causing a stir in Inverness at the time as people thought it had been predicted by the Brahan Seer who said that when a theatre in Inverness was built between two churches, it would be destroyed by fire. The theatre was situated on the riverside between the Free North Church and the St Columba Church. The building on the far left now houses the Riverside Gallery, and the central building is where CYC is located. Moray House now occupies the site where the Theatre Royal stood.*
Reference: 28831
Bank Street, Inverness. The ce...
Bank Street, Inverness. The central building was used as the headquarters of Inverness District Scouts from 1931 to 1935, being then known as the Maud Lawson Hall, after Lady Maud Lawson of Dochfour, who had been a keen supporter of Scouting. The building was opened on 23rd June 1931 by the Prince of Wales, but was sold due to structural problems only four year later. Before 1931 the building was known as the Royal Halls. The Theatre Royal, on the far right,  burned down in 1934, causing a stir in Inverness at the time as people thought it had been predicted by the Brahan Seer who said that when a theatre in Inverness was built between two churches, it would be destroyed by fire. The theatre was situated on the riverside between the Free North Church and the St Columba Church. The building on the far left now houses the Riverside Gallery, and the central building is where CYC is located. Moray House now occupies the site where the Theatre Royal stood.*
Reference: 28831b
Bank Street, Inverness. The ce...
Lady Lawson, Dochfour. The Hon. Victoria Frances Maud Baillie (b.14 March 1899-d.10 January 1931). Daughter of Colonel James Evan Bruce Baillie of Dochfour and Nellie Lisa Bass, Baroness Burton of Burton-on-Trent and of Rangemore. She married Sir Digby Lawson, 2nd Bt. on 2 November 1922. She died on 10 January 1931 at age 31. (See also ref: 30601).
Reference: 25513a
Lady Lawson, Dochfour. The Hon...
Lady Lawson, Dochfour. The Hon. Victoria Frances Maud Baillie (b.14 March 1899-d.10 January 1931). Daughter of Colonel James Evan Bruce Baillie of Dochfour and Nellie Lisa Bass, Baroness Burton of Burton-on-Trent and of Rangemore. She married Sir Digby Lawson, 2nd Bt. on 2 November 1922. She died on 10 January 1931 at age 31. (See also ref: 30601).
Reference: 25513b
Lady Lawson, Dochfour. The Hon...
Lady Lawson, Dochfour. The Hon. Victoria Frances Maud Baillie (b.14 March 1899-d.10 January 1931). Daughter of Colonel James Evan Bruce Baillie of Dochfour and Nellie Lisa Bass, Baroness Burton of Burton-on-Trent and of Rangemore. She married Sir Digby Lawson, 2nd Bt. on 2 November 1922. She died on 10 January 1931 at age 31. (See also ref: 30601).
Reference: 25513c
Lady Lawson, Dochfour. The Hon...
Lady Lawson, Dochfour. The Hon. Victoria Frances Maud Baillie (b.14 March 1899-d.10 January 1931). Daughter of Colonel James Evan Bruce Baillie of Dochfour and Nellie Lisa Bass, Baroness Burton of Burton-on-Trent and of Rangemore. She married Sir Digby Lawson, 2nd Bt. on 2 November 1922. She died on 10 January 1931 at age 31. (See also ref: 30601).
Reference: 25513d
Lady Lawson, Dochfour. The Hon...
Inverness Royal Academy Cricket 1st XI 1956-1957. Rear: John Garvey, Alastair Yeudall, Ewan Lawson, Roderick MacKenzie, James MacQueen, Ruaridh MacDonald, Ian MacDiarmid, Mr Thom. Front: Alan Barclay, Ian Munro, Ian Robin, Gordon King (C), Murray Thom, James Sydie, Norman MacLennan. (Courtesy Inverness Royal Academy Archive IRAA_006).
Reference: IRAA
Inverness Royal Academy Cricke...
Inverness Royal Academy Cricket 1st XI 1954-1955. Rear: Alan Barclay, Gordon King, Alastair MacLeod, Peter Campbell, Ewen Lawson, Alastair Yeudall, James Sydie. Front: Sandy MacNiven, Duncan MacLennan, Robert Cameron,  Mr Thom, Ian Boag, Hamish Smith, Ian Robin. (Courtesy Inverness Royal Academy Archive IRAA_095).
Reference: IRAA
Inverness Royal Academy Cricke...
Lady Lawson, Dochfour. The Hon. Victoria Frances Maud Baillie (b.14 March 1899-d.10 January 1931). Daughter of Colonel James Evan Bruce Baillie of Dochfour and Nellie Lisa Bass, Baroness Burton of Burton-on-Trent and of Rangemore. She married Sir Digby Lawson, 2nd Bt. on 2 November 1922. She died on 10 January 1931 at age 31. (See also ref: 30601).
Reference: 30601
Lady Lawson, Dochfour. The Hon...
Rugby 1st XI 1954-1955. Rear: Donald MacLeod, John Watson, Jack Bosworth, Ian Boag, David Moffat, Robert Dewar,  Robert Ewen. Middle: Alastair MacKenzie, Roderick MacKenzie, Alastair MacLeod, Mr Murray, Ian Philip, Ian Robin, John Robertson. Front: Ewen Lawson, Donald Campbell. (Courtesy Inverness Royal Academy Archive IRAA_096).
Reference: IRAA
Rugby 1st XI 1954-1955. Rear: ...
Rugby 1st XV 1955-1956. Rear: Donald MacLeod, Hamish Smith, John MacGillivray, Alastair MacLeary, James Wylie, Alastair Yeudall, Jack Bosworth, John MacArthur. Front: Mr Murray, David Moffat, Robert Ewen, Roderick MacKenzie, Ian Robin, John   Robertson, Robert Dewar, Ewan Lawson, David Philip. (Courtesy Inverness Royal Academy Archive IRAA_105).
Reference: IRAA
Rugby 1st XV 1955-1956. Rear: ...