The Earth Fiend
a ballad made & etched by William Strang
London, Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1892.
limited to 150 numbered copies and signed in pencil by William Strang and F. Goulding.
Scottish artist and etcher, William Strang was born in Dumbarton in 1859 and educated at Dumbarton Academy. He worked for over a year in Denny’s shipyard offices before moving to London in 1875 to study art
The General Grievances and Oppression of the Isles of Orkney and Shetland
Edinburgh, Laing & Forbes, 1836
The Old Vale and Its Memories / Epilogue to “The Old Vale and its Memories” – Temple & Ferguson
Ferguson & Temple
1927 & 1929
The Shetland Cookery Book compiled for home and school
Stout Margaret B.
Lerwick, T & J Manson, 1968
The Spaewife; or universal fortune-teller
wherein your future welfare may be known,
by physiognomy, cards, palmistry, and coffee grounds. also, a distinct treatise on moles
[Glasgow] printed for the booksellers, n.d.
24 page 19th century Scottish chap book. wood cut illustration to title-page.
Transactions of the Buteshire Natural History Society, volume XXIV (24)
Rothesay, Bute Museum, 1996