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Alford Image Library

Photographs by Alex Morrison of Lumphanan

This collection of photographs was kindly donated to the Alford Heritage Centre and Museum by Cathleen Morrison, whose father, Alec, was a professional photographer based in Lumphanan, and whose professional work took him to assignments throughout Donside and Deeside. Mr Morrison's camera equipment can be seen on display in the Museum. He was obviously a very accomplished photographer with an eye for good composition as you will see from the photographs in this group. We are indebted to Jean Milne for her help in identifying some of the people in the photographs, but any assistance in identification of subjects and/or locations would be gratefully received. Please note that the dates were marked as 1930s......1935 indicates a guessed mid point in the 1930s.
The Draughts Players Two friends enjoying a contemplative game of draughts. On the left is J. Gilbert (formerly of Gallow...
Enjoying the air J.Gilbert (formerly of Gallowhill?) and friend. See also image number 1212.
Broadcasting seed Charlie Fowler of Corse.
Fresh seed for the sower Charlie Fowler of Corse
Sowing neeps Identities and date not recorded.
Ploughing with horse Identity and date not recorded.
Candacraig, Strathdon Photograph taken from south bank of River Don looking north.
Albura School Location unknown. Dated 3.7.38.
Golden Wedding at Lumsden The "Golden Couple" are Mr and Mrs James Reid, Mr Reid was the butcher in Lumsden.
Glenkindie Dance Photograph album marked 11th September 1935. The gentleman in the foreground shaking hands is identi...
Pipers Dance at Strathdon From the background, located in the Lonach Hall, Strathdon.

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