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The Scott Centenary: Abbotsford; Conisbrough; and Dryburgh Abbey.[Clockwise from upper left:] Sir Walter Scott's Tweedside property, where he wrote many of his novels: Abbotsford, the scene of his death a hundred years ago ; "The Lord of ameis is my protector, blissit ar thay that trust in the Lord"; the old tollbooth door at Abbotsford ; Where Scott lies buried, on the banks of his beloved Tweed: Dryburgh Abbey, from the west door ; Flood-lit as it was for the Sir Walter Scott centenary: Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire, which figures prominently in "Ivanhoe" ; A site rich in legends and border memories, which prompted Scott to make his ill-fated purchase: the library at Abbotsford.

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The Scott Centenary: Abbotsford; Conisbrough; and Dryburgh Abbey.[Clockwise from upper left:] Sir Walter Scott's Tweedside property, where he wrote many of his novels: Abbotsford, the scene of his death a hundred years ago ; "The Lord of ameis is my protector, blissit ar thay that trust in the Lord"; the old tollbooth door at Abbotsford ; Where Scott lies buried, on the banks of his beloved Tweed: Dryburgh Abbey, from the west door ; Flood-lit as it was for the Sir Walter Scott centenary: Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire, which figures prominently in "Ivanhoe" ; A site rich in legends and border memories, which prompted Scott to make his ill-fated purchase: the library at Abbotsford.

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The Scott Centenary: Abbotsford; Conisbrough; and Dryburgh Abbey.[Clockwise from upper left:] Sir Walter Scott's Tweedside property, where he wrote many of his novels: Abbotsford, the scene of his death a hundred years ago ; "The Lord of ameis is my protector, blissit ar thay that trust in the Lord"; the old tollbooth door at Abbotsford ; Where Scott lies buried, on the banks of his beloved Tweed: Dryburgh Abbey, from the west door ; Flood-lit as it was for the Sir Walter Scott centenary: Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire, which figures prominently in "Ivanhoe" ; A site rich in legends and border memories, which prompted Scott to make his ill-fated purchase: the library at Abbotsford.
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Print Collection portrait file

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Sir Walter Scott, Bart.

Abbotsford--exterior views.

Dates / Origin
Date Issued: 1932-09-24
Library locations
The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection
Topics
Public figures
Scott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832
Abbotsford (House : Roxburgh District, Scotland)
Exteriors
Scott, Walter, Sir, -- Homes & haunts
Genres
Clippings
Portraits
Notes
Content: Published in the London illustrated news, Sept. 24, 1932, p. 449.
Type of Resource
Still image
Identifiers
Other local Identifier: Portrait File
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 8e823a00-c5a5-012f-dfbc-58d385a7bc34

Item timeline of events

  • 1932: Issued
  • 2015: Digitized
  • 2016: Found by you!
  • 2017

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The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, The New York Public Library. "The Scott Centenary: Abbotsford; Conisbrough; and Dryburgh Abbey.[Clockwise from upper left:] Sir Walter Scott's Tweedside property, where he wrote many of his novels: Abbotsford, the scene of his death a hundred years ago ; "The Lord of ameis is my protector, blissit ar thay that trust in the Lord"; the old tollbooth door at Abbotsford ; Where Scott lies buried, on the banks of his beloved Tweed: Dryburgh Abbey, from the west door ; Flood-lit as it was for the Sir Walter Scott centenary: Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire, which figures prominently in "Ivanhoe" ; A site rich in legends and border memories, which prompted Scott to make his ill-fated purchase: the library at Abbotsford." The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1932-09-24. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/ab6ea50c-de84-e193-e040-e00a18060a05

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The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, The New York Public Library. "The Scott Centenary: Abbotsford; Conisbrough; and Dryburgh Abbey.[Clockwise from upper left:] Sir Walter Scott's Tweedside property, where he wrote many of his novels: Abbotsford, the scene of his death a hundred years ago ; "The Lord of ameis is my protector, blissit ar thay that trust in the Lord"; the old tollbooth door at Abbotsford ; Where Scott lies buried, on the banks of his beloved Tweed: Dryburgh Abbey, from the west door ; Flood-lit as it was for the Sir Walter Scott centenary: Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire, which figures prominently in "Ivanhoe" ; A site rich in legends and border memories, which prompted Scott to make his ill-fated purchase: the library at Abbotsford." New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed December 10, 2016. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/ab6ea50c-de84-e193-e040-e00a18060a05

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The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, The New York Public Library. (1932-09-24). The Scott Centenary: Abbotsford; Conisbrough; and Dryburgh Abbey.[Clockwise from upper left:] Sir Walter Scott's Tweedside property, where he wrote many of his novels: Abbotsford, the scene of his death a hundred years ago ; "The Lord of ameis is my protector, blissit ar thay that trust in the Lord"; the old tollbooth door at Abbotsford ; Where Scott lies buried, on the banks of his beloved Tweed: Dryburgh Abbey, from the west door ; Flood-lit as it was for the Sir Walter Scott centenary: Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire, which figures prominently in "Ivanhoe" ; A site rich in legends and border memories, which prompted Scott to make his ill-fated purchase: the library at Abbotsford. Retrieved from http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/ab6ea50c-de84-e193-e040-e00a18060a05

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The Scott Centenary: Abbotsford; Conisbrough; and Dryburgh Abbey.[Clockwise from upper left:] Sir Walter Scott's Tweedside property, where he wrote many of his novels: Abbotsford, the scene of his death a hundred years ago ; "The Lord of ameis is my protector, blissit ar thay that trust in the Lord"; the old tollbooth door at Abbotsford ; Where Scott lies buried, on the banks of his beloved Tweed: Dryburgh Abbey, from the west door ; Flood-lit as it was for the Sir Walter Scott centenary: Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire, which figures prominently in "Ivanhoe" ; A site rich in legends and border memories, which prompted Scott to make his ill-fated purchase: the library at Abbotsford.