Souvenir or travel album of views of Scotland by James Valentine, probably from the 1880s.
Scottish photographer of Dundee, well-known for portraits and landscape view. James Valentine, joined in his studio by his
sons, William Dobson Valentine, and George D. Valentine, targeted the middle and upper class tourist market, producing drawing
room albums of landscapes of Scotland, and later, England, Jamaica, Norway, Morocco, and New Zealand.
1 album (161 photographic prints) : albumen, 34 x 43 cm (album)
Photographs are mounted on rectos and versos of leaves of stiff cardboard in various configurations, ranging from one single
large photo (19 x 24 cm) on a page, to seven photos cut into different shapes; interleaved with blank leaves of heavy white
paper; captions pencilled on mount below photograph; some photos display captions in negative, as well as stock numbers supplied
by the studio.
Album bound in brown leather album, with triple borders of gilt and black rules on covers; photographer's name along lower
margin of center panel: "By special appointment. J. Valentine, Photographer, Dundee;" textured white endpapers; all edges
Spec. Coll. copy: In modern beige cloth clamshell box with spine title "Scotland."
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