What are these?
The right answer will win you both our eternal esteem and any Celebrations we have left in the tin. (No promises made).
We shall reveal the answer tomorrow afternoon...
|J. Storer Clouston|
|Archive Reference: D23/37 part of letter from P G Wodehouse 6th Jan 1934|
|Merchiston Castle School|
|The Clouston Family on the steps of Smoogro House|
Adults L-R: Harriet Storer, Winifred Clouston, J. Storer Clouston, Sir Thomas Clouston
Children L-R: Harold Thomas Storer Clouston, Marjorie Traill Clouston
Archive reference: L1340/1
|Sasine Abridgement 1913|
|The Clouston Family at Smoogro House, Orphir|
Adults L-R: Winifred Clouston, J. Storer Clouston
Their children L-R: Erlend Richard Storer, Marjorie Traill and Harald Thomas Storer.
The dog's name was Hunda.
Archive reference: L6697/4
|Published in 1920|
|Published in 1927|
|Published in 1932|
|Published in 1936|
|Title page of 1917 edition|
|Republished in 2007 with added extras|
“It is with pleasure I write this message to say that I sincerely hope readers will enjoy J. Storer Clouston’s story “The Spy in Black” as much as I enjoyed working in the film which has been based on the book. Sincerely [sgd] Conrad Veidt” Archive reference: D23/30/6/5
|Field 12th Jan 1918|
|Morning Post Review 14th Dec 1917|
|Archive reference: D23/30/6/4|
|The Gilded Pill Handbill|
|Octo-centenary pageant performed in Kirkwall in 1937|
Archive Reference: L5285/4
|Octo-centenary pageant performed by Orcadians in 1937|
Archive Reference: L5286/4
|Orkney History books which J. Storer Clouston wrote or contributed to.|
|Dr. Hugh Marwick. Archive reference: L2308/1|