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TITLE
War Memorial and Cameron of Lochiel Statue
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_0031
PLACENAME
Fort William
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Kilmallie
PERIOD
1900s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31914
KEYWORDS
postcards
monuments
War Memorial and Cameron of Lochiel Statue

This postcard of Fort William from the early 20th century shows the bronze statue of Cameron of Locheil by Birnie Rhind standing on a granite pedestal, erected in 1909, with the War Memorial in the background.

The inscription on the base of the statue, in Gaelic on one side and English on the other, reads, "Donald Cameron of Locheil XXIV Chief of the Clan. Lord Lieutenant, Convenor and for many years Representative in Parliameent of the County of Inverness. Born 1855 died 1905. Erected by clansmen and friends in token of their devotion, respect and admiration"

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War Memorial and Cameron of Lochiel Statue

INVERNESS: Kilmallie

1900s

postcards; monuments

Highland Libraries

Highland Libraries' Postcard Collection

This postcard of Fort William from the early 20th century shows the bronze statue of Cameron of Locheil by Birnie Rhind standing on a granite pedestal, erected in 1909, with the War Memorial in the background.<br /> <br /> The inscription on the base of the statue, in Gaelic on one side and English on the other, reads, "Donald Cameron of Locheil XXIV Chief of the Clan. Lord Lieutenant, Convenor and for many years Representative in Parliameent of the County of Inverness. Born 1855 died 1905. Erected by clansmen and friends in token of their devotion, respect and admiration"