Click here to select other photographers 

Other McGlashan Pages

Thumbnails

 

McGlashon's

Scottish Stereotypes

Alexander McGlashon had a brief partnership with David Octavius Hill.  He went on to produce stereo photographs in the series entitled:  McGlashon's Scottish Stereotypes.  Some of these photos have his name on the back; others do not but they have his distinctive pink descriptive labels.

Here are a few examples, all of Holyrood Palace and Abbey:

To see any of the photos below enlarged,
please click on the images
.

 

Holyrood Palace and Abbey
From Calton Hill, with Arthur's Seat in the background

A view in the "McGlashon's Scottish Stereotypes" series  -  Holyrood Palace and Abbey

  Copyright: For permission to reproduce, please contact peter.stubbs@edinphoto.org.uk

Please click here Text on the back of a McGlashon Scottish Stereograph  -  Holyrood Palace and Abbey to see the text on the back of this card.

 

Holyrood Abbey  -  The North Side

A view in the "McGlashon's Scottish Stereotypes" series  -  The North Wall of Holyrood Abbey

  Copyright: For permission to reproduce, please contact peter.stubbs@edinphoto.org.uk

Please click here Text on the back of a McGlashon Scottish Stereograph  -  Holyrood Abbey (North Side) to see the text on the back of this card.

 

Holyrood Abbey  -  The East Window

A view in the "McGlashon's Scottish Stereotypes" series  -  The East Window of Holyrood Abbey

  Copyright: For permission to reproduce, please contact peter.stubbs@edinphoto.org.uk

Please click here Text on the back of a McGlashon Scottish Stereograph  -  Holyrood Abbey (East Window) to see the text on the back of this card.

 

Holyrood Abbey
The East Window - with some figures in the scene

A Stereo View by McGlashon  -  This view looking towards the East Window of Holyrood Abbey is unusual in having some figures in the scene.

  Reproduced by courtesy of Ray Norman.

 

 

Other McGlashon Pages

 

Stereo Views

Background                    List of Publishers                     Thumbnails

 

 

__________________