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Mother And Son Celebrating Christmas At Their Home In The Canongate c.1962
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Craig & Rose Annual Works Children's Party At Pilrig Church, early 1970s
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Brothers And Sister At Christmas Time c.1978
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Lothian Bus Drivers' Children's Christmas Party At The Annandale Street Bus Depot c.1974
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Family Gathered Around Christmas Dinner Table c.1950
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Women Working On Bottling Line At Invergordon Whisky Bond, 6th December 1990
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Children's Christmas Party c.1953
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Large Christmas Get-Together, early 1950s
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Family Christmas, early 1950s
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Young Girl With Christmas Day Presents, early 1950s
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Opening Presents On Christmas Day 1968
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William Merrilees Takes To The Floor At Dunforth House c.1965
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Family Celebrating Christmas 1960s
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Work's Do Children's Christmas Party 1950s
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Pet Cat Sitting In Front Of Electric Fire At Home In Waverley Place, early 1960s
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Young Girl Hugging Her Christmas Present From Santa 1965
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Father Christmas In Large Department Store With Child 1960s
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