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Scottish Home Rule Group outside the Palace Hotel, seated in a vintage car with Inverness Castle and Castle Tolmie buildings in background, demolished in 1959. Badge on front of the vehicle, RMC, possibly stands for Renault Motor Company. (Scot Auto Ass. Glasgow written on envelope?)*
Reference: 25475a
Scottish Home Rule Group outsi...
Mrs Tolmie.
Reference: 26166a
Mrs Tolmie....
Mrs Tolmie.
Reference: 26166b
Mrs Tolmie....
Temporary bridge building Jul-Aug 1939, showing Inverness Castle and Castle Tolmie in background. (Ness Bridge was finally demolished in 1959).*
Reference: H-0011b
Temporary bridge building Jul-...
Dr Gordon Bottomley, poet and playwright born on 20th February 1874 at Eboracum Street, Keighley, Yorkshire. His favoured genre was verse drama with themes taken from Celtic and northern legend, including 'Tolmie Castle.' President of the Scottish Community Drama Association (1934 - 1948) and Vice President of the British Drama League. Bottomley died at Martinscote, Oare Wilcot, near Marlborough, Wiltshire, on 25th August 1948. (There is an image of a young boy under the same reference number, but no name is indicated).
Reference: 30186b
Dr Gordon Bottomley, poet and ...
Dr Gordon Bottomley, poet and playwright born on 20th February 1874 at Eboracum Street, Keighley, Yorkshire. His favoured genre was verse drama with themes taken from Celtic and northern legend, including 'Tolmie Castle.' President of the Scottish Community Drama Association (1934 - 1948) and Vice President of the British Drama League. Bottomley died at Martinscote, Oare Wilcot, near Marlborough, Wiltshire, on 25th August 1948. (There is an image of a young boy under the same reference number, but no name is indicated).
Reference: 30186c
Dr Gordon Bottomley, poet and ...
Dr Gordon Bottomley, poet and playwright born on 20th February 1874 at Eboracum Street, Keighley, Yorkshire. His favoured genre was verse drama with themes taken from Celtic and northern legend, including 'Tolmie Castle.' President of the Scottish Community Drama Association (1934 - 1948) and Vice President of the British Drama League. Bottomley died at Martinscote, Oare Wilcot, near Marlborough, Wiltshire, on 25th August 1948. (There is an image of a young boy under the same reference number, but no name is indicated).
Reference: 30186d
Dr Gordon Bottomley, poet and ...
Miss M.M Tolmie.
Reference: 26562a
Miss M.M Tolmie. ...
Miss M.M Tolmie.
Reference: 26562b
Miss M.M Tolmie....
Mr J.B. Ferguson, Castle Tolmie.
Reference: 23399
Mr J.B. Ferguson, Castle Tolmi...

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