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Lord John Sangster's Touring Summer Circus 1901
(C. Ballantyne, babe-in-arms back row)
The above couple are brother and sister, Willie (1862-16/04/1956) and Helen (1861-1932) McNie,
pictured at Raeburn's/Harley's Close, 137 High Street c1895. Willie was a watchmaker.