Tain Museum Image Library

jayne howard

William Smith is my gr-gr grandfather and I would be interested in more information about his family, as well as that of William Munro (c. 1815-1892), quarrier, also of Tain.

Balnagown Staff c1900 This William Smith photograph of members of the Balnagown staff in the service of Sir Charles Lockha...
Four Munros This picture shows four gentlemen all sharing the surname Munro, although not necessarily related. ...
Baillie Alexander Wallace This William Smith post card is taken from an oil painting by Fiddes Watt. Alexander Wallace was bo...
Castle Brae, 1930's/40's? The house on the left hand side of this view of Castle Brae, possibly belonging to a Miss Ross, was ...
Children's games This is a lovely photo of a group of barefooted boys playing about in the garden of a large house, p...
Danny Thompson's Workshop A sepia photo by William Smith, Photographer, Tain, of the interior of the workshop, in Upper King S...
Davie Blow This is one of a number of portraits of interesting Tain characters taken by Tain photographer Willi...
High Street Tain looking east This William Smith photo may be from the early 1900's. It shows what is now Gow Bakery and Tearoom,...
Murray Monument This view of the Murray Monument which stands in Tain High Street was taken by Tain photographer, Wi...
Oddfellows Parade This Photo was taken by William Smith c1891. It shows members of the St Duthus Lodge (No. 1100) of ...
Tarrel Farm Squad This photograph of farm workers employed at Tarrel Farm in 1890 was taken by Willaim Smith. It give...
William Smith, Bookseller and Photographer William Smith (1824-1906) was a highly skilled and innovative photographer who throughout his long c...
William Smith's business card Card produced by William Smith in 1855 advertising his latest photographic service. He was pretty up...
United Free Church (now Parish Church) This Church was built towards the end of the 19th century (1890-91) and was designed by a local firm...
"Old Chisholm, the baker", Tain This William Smith studio photo would probably be taken around the end of the 19th/ beginning of the...
Two High Street shops This picture shows staff and members of the public in front of the shops W urquhart, painter and dec...
View looking NE from Tain This view shows, to the left middle, the cemetery around the ruined chapel of St Duthus: to the righ...
Cartoon characters This photograph of a cartoon appears on the front of a visiting card produced by Tain photographer W...

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