OUR ARCHIVE COLLECTION

We are constantly adding to our extensive collection and below is an example of the wide ranging topics on which we have either done research or which we have been given by our many supporters over the last 30 years. We are always on the lookout for, and would welcome, more information/archive material to add to our collections.
 
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Samples of old postcards

MAULDSLIE
BURNWOOD CAMP
RAF CAMP BURN ROAD
HALLCRAIG AND MILTON LOCKHART
KIRKTON
KIRKTON STREET
CHAPEL STREET
HAMILTON STREET
RANKIN MEMORIAL HALL AND LIBRARY
KILNCADZOW (1)
KILDCADZOW (2)
HIGH MILL
BRAIDWOOD AND HARESTANES: 1881 CENSUS
BRAIDWOOD
BRAIDWOOD RESEARCH
LAW PHOTOS
LAW PEOPLE – PEOPLE, SPORT, CLUBS etc.
LAW SCHOOL: 1930 – 1949
LAW INDUSTRIES
SENIOR CITIZENS or LAW OAPs

GENERAL ROY
DR DANIEL RANKIN
THE THREE VCs: ANGUS, CALDWELL, CAMERON
JOHN GREENSHIELDS: SCULPTOR
ROBERT FORREST: SCULPTOR

CARLUKE PARISH SCHOOLS’ HISTORY
BRAIDWOOD SCHOOL
LAW SCHOOL: EARLY – 1929
LAW SCHOOL: 1950 – 1979
SCHOOL PHOTOS: Pre 1920s
SCHOOL PHOTOS: 1920s
SCHOOL PHOTOS: 1930s
SCHOOL PHOTOS: 1940s
SCHOOL PHOTOS: 1950s
SCHOOL PHOTOS: 1960s
SCHOOL PHOTOS: 1970s
SCHOOL PHOTOS: 1980s
SCHOOL PHOTOS: 1990s
MYSTERY SCHOOL PHOTOS

also

YMCA
CARPET BOWLING
SCOUTS AND GUIDES

CARLUKE IN THE WAR OF 1914 to 1918
SECOND WORLD WAR
WORLD WAR II: HOME FRONT (from our exhibition in 2005)
SECOND WORLD WAR: ROLL of HONOUR
CARLUKE GAZETTE: Clippings from 1939-1945
EVACUEES

INDUSTRY / INDUSTRIAL HISTORY
CARLUKE FURNITURE MAKERS
BLACKSMITHS
BRICK AND TILEWORKS
LOW MILL (and BROWNLEES N.Z.)
LETTERS of THOMAS GRAY (Baker, CHAPEL ST. 1903-05)
GRAVEYARD MAPS
BURIALS 1745 onwards
MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS
OLD CEMETERY RECORDS
CARLUKE PEOPLE
GENEALOGY: A – K  †
GENEALOGY: L - Z
1881 CENSUS
SCHOOL REGISTERS - CARLUKE, KILNCADZOW, YIELDSHIELDS

RECORDS OF KILNCADZOW WRI 1947-
RECORDS OF KIRKTON BONNIE JEAN BURNS CLUB (founded 1953)
RECORDS OF CARLUKE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY (founded c.1838)
RECORDS OF CARLUKE GALA DAY

†  * * CPHS does not offer a genealogy research service as such, although we welcome any Contact messages you care to send to us. You can also post in our Forum under Family Search where other readers can see the details you provide.
Visit  FreeCen or RootsWeb if you require in-depth family research. * *