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1909

Opening of Royal Dornoch Clubhouse 1909 Postcard of group at the opening of the Royal Dornoch Golf Club House July 3rd 1909. Postmarked 1913...
Thomas Hardie's photograph album Page 2 with 8 monochrome photographs of various sizes and shapes with some of poor quality, of grou...
Thomas Hardie's photograph album Page 3 with 6 monochrome photographs (one missing) of various sizes and shapes with some of poor qua...
Thomas Hardie's photograph album Page 4 with 9 monochrome photographs of various sizes and shapes with some of poor quality, of Capt ...
Thomas Hardie's photograph album Page 5 with 10 monochrome photographs of various sizes and shapes with some of poor quality, includi...
Thomas Hardie's photograph album Page 7 with 10 monochrome photographs of various sizes and shapes, some of poor quality, including T...
Thomas Hardie's photograph album Page 8 with 9 monochrome photographs of various sizes and shapes, some of poor quality, including 'W...
Thomas Hardie's photograph album Page 9 with 8 monochrome photographs of various sizes and shapes, some of poor quality, including T ...
Thomas Hardie's photograph album Page 10 with 8 monochrome photographs of various sizes and shapes, some of poor quality, including a...
Opening of Royal Dornoch Golf Club House 1909 Group at opening of Royal Dornoch Golf Club House 3rd July 1909.
Postcard to George Gordon Postcard addressed to George Gordon, Skibo Farm, postmarked New York Nov 2 1909. Colour picture of C...
Postcard to George Gordon Christmas card addressed to George Gordon, The Square, Skibo, postmarked New York Dec 14 1909. Colou...

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