CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 3270/3/11
Alt Ref No4
Title'Mediterranean Reminiscences'
Date1918 - 1920
Extent1 file
Administrative HistoryLockhart's 'Mediterranean Reminiscences' lecture may also have been known as 'Outward Bound.'
DescriptionThree versions of 'Mediterranean Reminiscences' lecture, two apparently written by Lockhart during, or shortly after, his service in the Mediterranean, 1918 - 1919, describing life on board ship, people and places visited; the third a re-working of these, with illustrative postcards, delivered to Aberdeen Soroptimist Club, 22 October 1941.

Also, one page of untitled prose, dated February 1919 ('The sea was calm and the sunlight ran in gleaming silver ripples on the water ...').

Lantern slides and glass negatives used to illustrate the lecture:
43 slides showing scenes of 'Constantinople' (5 boxes - re-packaged)
20 slides showing scenes of 'Mount Athos, Simopetra, Lhassa, Potala' (2 boxes - re-packaged)
55 slides showing scenes of 'Malta, Lemnos, Mount Athos, Constantinople' (3 boxes - re-packaged)
55 glass negatives showing scenes of 'Malta, Lemnos, Mount Athos, Constantinople' (3 boxes - re-packaged)
8 slides showing scenes of 'Malta, including chapel of bones there and at Rome' (1 box - re-packaged)

Most of these illustrations are in black and white or sepia. Some are colour tinted.
Access StatusOpen
Access ConditionsOpen, subject to signature accepting conditions of use at reader registration sheet
Related MaterialReference on original envelope to photographs and postcards of Mudros, Malta and Constantinople: see 'Postcards and souvenirs' (MS 3270/3/5) and 'Photographs and slides' (MS 3270/7/4).
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