Reminiscences of Dollar, Tillicoultry and other Districts adjoining the Ochils
Title: Reminiscences of Dollar, Tillicoultry and other Districts adjoining the Ochils
Author: William Gibson
Publisher: Printed for Private Circulation
Hardback - Originally printed for Private Circulation - this is the original edition
Additional Product Information
Dollar is a small town in Clackmannanshire about 12 miles (19 kilometres) east of Stirling.
It is famous for the 500-year-old Castle Campbell which overlooks the town on the south side of the Ochil Hills. The castle was the lowland seat of the Duke of Argyll, where Mary, Queen of Scots once stayed in the 16th century.
The book deals with the History of the Castle, The Wilson family in America in the early 1800's, Teachers at teh Dollar Academy as well as other adjoining communities.
This has been a library at some point - The Stirling Library and has some stamps on the title page (see image). There is a hand written " with the Author's Complements" written in ink on spare title page.
The Cover boards have some general wear and tear with original library number on the base of the spine. However it remains a handsome book.
The inside pages are bright and clean throughout.
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