World War One Civilian Pass
Cromarty Courthouse Museum

This object gives us an insight into daily life during World War One. At that time, Cromarty was a restricted military area, meaning that the civilian population was controlled in their movements. 

Everybody had to carry a pass like this one which belonged to Elizabeth Finlayson. It was authorised by A. E. Campbell, one of the town’s police constables.  


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Date: 1916
Materials : Paper
Size : 10cm x 7cm

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