Brave Boy Rewarded Aka Carnegie Award To… 1959

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Title reads: "Brave boy rewarded".

Dunfermline, Scotland.

Carnegie award to Brian Gibbons. G/V gates of Pittencrief Park. M/S woman coming through the gates. C/U sign at the side of the gates: "The Carnegie Dunfermline and Hero Fund Trustees". M/S statue of Andrew Carnegie.




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  • "Mr. Ormiston" is Mr J. W. Ormiston.

    "Mr. A. Buchanan" is Andrew Buchanan.

    jamied 12th Mar 2014

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