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Genealogical research on the Valentine family reveals confirmed portrait of Agnes Forbes Blackadder Savill

In the 1970s, St Andrews took in the vast collection of the Valentines of Dundee. This internationally renowned firm was started by James Valentine and his sons. The Valentine collection consists of many thousands of prints, negatives, plus albums, educational and popular lantern slides and various other items. Because of its diversity, is it one of … Continue reading »
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