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Booklet '1st Battalion The Cameronians'
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Booklet '1st Battalion The Cameronians'

A 25 page booklet with a short history of the The Cameronians and photographs of the 1st Battalion The Cameronians'. The images include: the full battalion on parade, the officers, sergeants, regimental staff, officers' mess, each company, the pipers drummers and buglers, shooting team, football team, signallers, machine gun section, scouts, and tailors shop [The booklet contains a photograph of the officers of the Battalion and a subsequent acquisition picture #11960] provides identification of the officers]
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Picture added on 20 February 2009
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Will it be possible to obtain or purchase a PDF version of this booklet?

[Administrator: The original booklet is 215 x 173 mm with 25 pages. To produce a pdf version of acceptable size for the Image Library, an A4 version has been produced with two scanned pages to each A4 page.]
Added by Jeremy Stone on 26 February 2014
This excellent! Thank you very much indeed! Splendid photos of a fine regiment.
Added by Jeremy Stone on 15 March 2014
I'm curious: was this booklet produced in 1920 after the war? Was the battalion photographed before the war and the book produced later?

[Administrator: Sorry for the delay in response. I have now checked the booklet and I can confirm that it bears no date. This object was catalogued in Feb 2009, shortly after acquisition and, with sparse detail available at this time, the cataloguing team was required to estimate the catalogue 'early' and 'late' dates for the booklet publication. Their estimate that it was post-WW1, in the decade 1920, was incorrect and subsequent information obtained from later Cameronians' objects establishes a 1913 publication date. This year has now been substituted in the data shown below the image. Many thanks for your observation leading to a catalogue amendment.]
Added by Jeremy Stone on 15 March 2014
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