- Lineage of the Scottish Territorial Infantry Battalions 1920-1947
- David Niven of the 2nd Battalion, The Highland Light Infantry circa. 1930
- D.F. Callander, Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders 1939
- The 4th Royal Tank Regiment - The Scottish Connection
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- The Scots Guards - Guardsman circa. 1919
- The Seaforth Highlanders - Full Dress circa. 1920
- The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders - Officer's Mess Dress circa. 1920
- The Highland Light Infantry - Officer's Levee Dress circa. 1933
- The Black Watch (The Royal Highland Regiment) - Full Dress circa. 1937-1939
- The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders - Pipe-Major in Full Dress circa. 1938
- The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment) - Officer in Full Dress circa. 1939
- 7th Bn. Black Watch (The Royal Highland Regiment) - Piper, Service Dress 1942
- 51st Highland Division - El Alamein 1942
- 2nd Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) circa. 1931
- King George V Inspecting The Black Watch at Ballater 1935
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