Thomas Robertson

Post Card

Thomas Robertson first appeared in the Edinburgh trade directories in 1877 as a Stationer, Pocket Book Maker, etc.  From 1902 onwards, his business moved to the Post Office at 2 Lynedoch place, just off the left hand side of the view on the post card below.

This post card bears the name T Robertson, Lynedoch Place, Edinburgh, but does not say whether he was photogrpaher, publisher or seller of the card.

The Dean Valley,  Edinburgh

"A Highland Glen in a City"

Postcard  -  T Robertson  -  Dean Valley

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Looking North East from Dean Bridge, along the valley of the Water of Leith, past St Bernard's Well towards the Firth of Forth, Inchkeith island and the County of Fife

 

 

Thomas Robertson

Stationer

Thomas Robertson's business was:

1877-1886  

Stationer, Pocket Book Maker, etc.

1887-1902

Heraldic and Fancy Stationer, etc

1903- 1917

Fancy Stationer, Newsagent, etc.

1918-1920

Stationer

1921-1966

Stationer and Newsagent

Thomas Robertson's business address was:

1877 

     Shandwick Place

1878-1898  

7   Shandwick Place

1899-1901

26 Shandwick Place and 2 Lynedoch Place

1901- 1966

2   Lynedoch Place

Thomas Robertson's home address was:

1877-1886

 8    Lothian Road 

1887-1891  

106 Lothian Road

1892-1895

9     Leven Terrace

1896-1920

4    Warrender Park Crescent

1921-1926 5    Bangholm Terrace
1927-1928 Craigmore, Dryburgh Crescent, Blackhall
from 1929 No home address given.
By 1929, Thomas Robertson had presumably retired from running the business, which continued in his name.

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