Boer War Memorial statue Kelvinside Park Glasgow - Scotland
In 1908, the Rice Institute Board of Trustees sent their newly chosen President, Edgar Odell Lovett, on a world tour seeking out the best aspects of the leading colleges and universities. Dr. and Mrs. Lovett traveled in the company of their secretary, Mr. Carrington Weems, who took these photos to document their travels. They are images of places, more so than people. Dr. and Mrs. Lovett themselves are generally not featured. Each image has an image number that reflects the order in which it was taken on the trip, from number 1 (beginning in Canada and going east around the world) through number 338 (returning to the U.S. through California and ending in Texas), ranging in date from 1908-1909. The names of each image were recorded by Carrington Weems, with the only exception being a county name added in parenthesis when the place name was not present in Weems' original title.
The Boer War Memorial statue in Kelvingrove Park in Glasgow, Scotland. The inscription on the statue says "To the memory of the officers non-commissioned officers of the Highland Light Infantry who fell in the South African War, 1899, 1900-01-02. Erected by comrades and friends." The statue depicts a solider who is sitting on a rock and wearing a pith helmet and puttees. The statue was sculpted by William Birnie Rhind and erected in 1906. Original resource is a black and white photograph.