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Ladies of Cromarty - c1939
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Ladies of Cromarty - c1939

The year is a guess. The text on this cutting says "These ladies did praiseworthy work at Cromarty regatta selling flags for the lifeboat fund."

Any idea who they are and when the pic was taken?
Picture added on 18 November 2003
Comments:
My father has identified the following:-
Back row - centre = Hannah Gillies, centre right = Betty Frazier, right = Mona Mackenzie
Front row - left Margaret Isaccson, right Martha Reid.
Added by Andrew Bathie on 21 March 2004
Centre right is my late aunt, Betty Fraser, who lived at 10 High Street. She had an academic career and was the first woman professor in the history of Aberdeen University, where she was Head of the Psychology Department for many years.
Added by Alan Fraser on 11 June 2005
well well.....betty fraser ...lectured me and i never knew she was from cromarty...i recall her lectures on drugs so clearly.
Added by Brian Forsyth on 13 April 2013
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