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Work details

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Applicant or licensee name:
Gordon Barclay
Applicant or licensee country:
United Kingdom
Application number:
Application date:
Status of application:
Licence Granted
Title or short description:
Photograph of Fort Spiers, Fife during the First World War by Frank Russel Burnet, held by Inverclyde Museum
Full description:
The photograph is one of a series of black and white images taken by Major Frank Russel Burnet, of the Royal Garrison Artillery of people and places associated with the training of his unit in the west of Scotland and at an installation in Fife known as Fort Piers. The photographs are in the care of Inverclyde Museum. I have not seen the originals - only the Museum's scans.
Still visual art
Type of work:
Museum, gallery, library or archive holding the work:
Inverclyde Museum
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Free hand outs for live event, exhibition or similar
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In newsletter, bulletin, e-newsletter or e-bulletin
In non-commercial promotional material – print and digital
Digitise and make available on-line, including on social media
Preservation purposes
Use on stage or in performance
Educational purposes – use in learning/ training materials, including e-learning
Use in thesis/dissertation
Personal use

Known creators or right holders

Type Located Name
Creator No Frank Russell Burnet

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