The three broad streets in this map
horizontally (upper part of map) -
horizontally (base of map) -
vertically (right hand side) -
This was a
popular location for photographic studios. Near the bottom right
hand corner, Nos. 3 and 5 Hanover Street
can be seen. Yerbury and
McCraw had studios here. The
address given in the Edinburgh Trade Directories was 3 Hanover Street, but
the address given by McCraw, and possibly, also, by Yerbury sometimes No. 5 Hanover Street.
No. 1 Hanover
Street is not shown on this map, but it appears to have been a side door
to the premises at Nos. 75-77 Princes Street. Parisian Photo Co
sometimes used the address 1 Hanover Street, and sometimes used the
address No. 75 Princes Street.
I believe that both addresses referred to the same studio.
A few yards
along Princes Street, to the west of its junction with Hanover Street was
No. 79 Princes Street.
More photographic companies appear to have been based at this studio
than at any other Edinburgh address.
reports that he has a carte de visite from William McCraw giving the
address of 5 Hanover Street, Corner of Princes Street. It is dated
in manuscript, 1863, and has in tiny font on the back "Removing to 79
Princes Street, 1st Floor".