Group of Men and Women, Anstruther, 1909

Group of men, women and children thought to be outside the present Scottish Fisheries Museum, 1909. The boy second from right is Wullie Jack. Jack later became a greengrocer, a profession he held for 35 years. He was father of Anita Jack and museum architect. It is believe this photograph was taken outside the museum at Harbour Head on the north side of the street.

Group of men, women and children thought to be outside the present Scottish Fisheries Museum, 1909.

The boy second from right is Wullie Jack. Jack later became a greengrocer, a profession he held for 35 years. He was father of Anita Jack and museum architect.

It is believe this photograph was taken outside the museum at Harbour Head on the north side of the street.

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