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Guild Street, Aberdeen (1902)

Guild Street, Aberdeen (1902)

Guild Street, Aberdeen with Criterion bar & Her Majesty's Theatre (Tivoli) on left and old Goods Station frontage on right (1902)

Aberdeen from Craiginches (1904)

Aberdeen from Craiginches (1904)

Aberdeen from Craiginches with suspension bridge over River Dee in foreground (1904)

St Nicholas Street, Aberdeen (1905)

St Nicholas Street, Aberdeen (1905)

St Nicholas Street, Aberdeen looking towards George Street with Queen Victoria statue on right (1905)

Queen's Cross & U.F. Church (1905)

Queen's Cross & U.F. Church (1905)

Queen's Cross & U.F. Church, Aberdeen (1905)

New Market, Market Street

New Market, Market Street

New Market, now demolished and replaced by the 'new' Market and BHS department store

Post Office, Crown Street (1906)

Post Office, Crown Street (1906)

The New Post Office, Crown Street, Aberdeen (1906)

Sculpture Gallery, Art Gallery 1907

Sculpture Gallery, Art Gallery 1907

Sculpture Gallery, Art Gallery (1907)

Holburn Street, Aberdeen

Holburn Street, Aberdeen

Holburn Street, Aberdeen

King Street, Aberdeen (1908)

King Street, Aberdeen (1908)

King Street, Aberdeen (1908)

Sculpture Gallery & High School 1912

Sculpture Gallery & High School 1912

Sculpture Gallery (Art Gallery) and High School (now Academy Shopping Centre, Schoolhill, Aberdeen (1912)

Provost Skene's House (1956)

Provost Skene's House (1956)

Provost Skene's House, Aberdeen from South before St Nicholas House was built with buildings still on Flourmill Lane and Broad Street (1956)

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