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  Current Exhibitions - 2017

New Acquisitions:

A newly-discovered David Marshall diary from the 1750s.



The Scottish Speed Skating Championship medal presented to Andrew Downie in 1929.



The Jack Moffat Calvary Project painting ‘You Were There’.


The Butcher, the Baker and the Bell Hanger.


An exhibition of letterheaded bills that tells the story of businesses in Kinross-shire. Photograph shows a bill from Harris's Green Hotel, 1883

Lest We Forget: Reflections on the Great War

Tillyrie Red Cross Hospital

This commemorative display reflects events of WW I and how they affected local people and events. Regularly updated, it includes features on the men of ‘G’ Company, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, submarine warfare, the Royal Flying Corps, the Battle of the Somme and the poet Wilfred Owen, in addition to a timeline and Roll of Honour of Kinross-shire men killed in action.



If it Wasna for the Weavers

George Smith and Peter Murray. Loch Leven Linen Mills 1914

The weaving and textile industries in Kinross-shire
The story of cottage weaving and spinning in the towns and villages of Kinross-shire and the development of factory-based linen making and woollen spinning operations by companies such as William Cunningham & Co. Ltd and Todd & Duncan.


 
 
 
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Kinross (Marshall) Museum Trust is a recognised Scottish Charitable Trust. Charity No. SC027144