[A tree-lined drive leading to Hampden Sugar plantation in Jamaica]

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From the Scottish Contemporary and Social Documentary Collections (collecting area) Collection Collection
Part of Jamaica: A Sweet Forgetting Parent record level Album/Book/Portfolio

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ID

SML-1-14

Department

Special Collections - Photographic Collections

Extent

1 Loose print

Description

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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Date

April 2015

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Acknowledgement

© Stephen McLaren, all rights reserved.

Conditions

Reproduction for University of St Andrews exhibition, publication, research and promotion. Any external or commercial use to be approved/managed by artist or estate, which can be facilitated by Special Collections.

Credit Line

Image Courtesy of the University of St Andrews Library, ID SML-1-14

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