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An authentic window into life in 20th-century Glasgow, Project Reveal catalogs the remarkably intact Tenement House, lived in by Miss Agnes Toward from 1911 until 1965.
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The most photogenic of the National Trust for Scotland's properties. #nofilterneeded
Project Reveal investigates the Falkland Bed, the central piece of the Keeper’s Bedroom and one of the first things visitors get to see when visiting the palace.
As part of Project Reveal, the lead inventory officer of the Trust's archaeology collections is researching, sorting, and archiving the artifacts excavated or found at NTS sites to prepare them for future research and potential public display.
With Project Reveal now being one year old, we are going to look at the progress they have made by looking at few of the wonderful, intricate and bizzare items they have found and documented.
The North West Project Reveal Team venture out to Cromarty, to investigate the Birthplace Cottage and Museum of Hugh Miller - a geologist, writer, and an avid fossil collector.
Project Reveal Team West has recently started the inventory of the Tenement House, the former home of Miss Agnes Toward. Here, we are able to see a life of an independent Glaswegian working woman in the first half of the 20th century.
Project Reveal goes to the Weaver's Cottage in Kilbarchan, investigating more than 1,000 tartan samples and an intruiging 19th century papier-mâché and wooden doll.
Project Reveal delve into the history of the two infamous cannons at Culzean Castle, as we explore their origins, the narrative around the cannons, and usage during the 20th century.
Project Reveal looks at Holmwood, one of the few surviving buildings designed by Alexander Thompson, an exponent of the Greek Revival style.