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Alisons Close, a 17th-century tenement, was acquired and reconstructed under 1919 Act provisions (Courtesy of City of Edinburgh Council, Libraries http://www.capitalcollections.org.uk) Image source Conservative surgery in Edinburgh, IHBCs Context 150, published in July 2017. Written by Steven Robb, deputy head of casework for Historic Environment Scotland. http://ihbconline.co.uk/context/150/index.html#24
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