One of the most famous nineteenth-century collaborations between a poet and a photographer finds a home at the University of St Andrews.
A comprehensive record of six centuries of a Fife town’s history is set to be catalogued for the first time.
The University's award-winning museum will close for a £1.6m expansion that will provide extra exhibition space.
Letters from Burns, Lord Byron, Beethoven and Ben Franklin among those donated to the University
Exquisite illuminations cast light on the past
Project commended for “sensitivity and respect”
New exhibition sheds light on changing attitudes to whaling
New treasures added to University’s special collections
World’s largest golf complex supports Scotland’s first University.
The historic Martyrs’ Church in North Street, St Andrews is set to become a new special collections and research library, with a facility for consulting some of the University of St Andrews’ most valuable collections.