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Schoolhill decorated for a royal visit

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Schoolhill decorated for a royal visit
Schoolhill, showing Aberdeen Art Gallery, the entrance to Robert Gordon's College and Gray's School of Art.

This image shows the buildings decorated for the city's celebrations of the coronation of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra that were held on Saturday 9th August 1902. The new monarchs had been crowned the previous year.

The decorations on Schoolhill and Rosemount Viaduct were carried out under the direction of Mr Stewart, superintendent of Stewart Park.

See the Aberdeen Daily Journal from Monday 11th August 1902 for an extensive report on the coronation celebrations.
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