Explore the places discovered through the Collection


The birthplace and home of Murdoch Munro.



Murdoch was born in Ardcharnich (Scotland) which is a small township on the banks of Loch Broom on the west coast of Scotland. He lived on a small croft named Balnoster.


Murdoch's locations during World War 1   1914-1918

Le Havre

Is a French city in the Normandy region of northwestern France. It is situated on the right bank of the estuary of the river Seine on the English Channel.

Postcard of Place Gambetta in Le Havre, France. Colored Postcard ("coloriée") from 1905. Postcard sent on the 10th of June, 1905 from Le Havre (France) to Montreal (Canada).

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Real photo postcard captioned "Le Havre - L'Anse des Pilotes, Le Musee et la Rue de Paris".

whatsthatpicture from Hanwell, London, UK. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license. For more information click here

The Place Gambetta and docks, Havre, France-LCCN2001698147

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Murdoch in hospital - June 1918

World War I: Scottish National Red Cross Hospital, Bellahouston, Glasgow. Watercolour by Walter Spradbery.

Credit: Wellcome Collection. In copyright

Spradbery, Walter Ernest, 1889-1969

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