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Current exhibition
All previous exhibitions
Album of Victorian travel photography
The growth in photography allowed armchair travellers to obtain a record of the world beyond their experience. It also encouraged those fortunate enough to have the means to travel, to venture to new exotic destinations.
Recent exhibitions

'Flora's Feast' by Walter Crane illustrates Queen Flora summoning the annual procession of flowers in her garden. This story demonstrates the development of the child-in-garden motif, as the flowers are anthropomorphised as human figures.

The photographs and newspaper cuttings in the thirteen volumes of Leith Miscellany were collected by the Reverend Dr James Scot Marshall.

The photographs and newspaper cuttings in the thirteen volumes of Leith Miscellany were collected by the Reverend Dr James Scot Marshall.