Special Collections - Photographic Collections
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A tree-lined drive leading to Hampden Sugar plantation in Jamaica. From 1753 it was under the ownership of Mr. Archibald Stirling of Scotland and managed by a relative, James Stirling, who upon returning to Scotland became Lord Provost of Edinburgh.
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© Stephen McLaren, all rights reserved.
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Image Courtesy of the University of St Andrews Library, ID SML-1-14