These items are representative of the numerous works in the Burns Collection about or inspired by geographical places associated with the poet — including monuments to Burns’ memory which have been erected in and outside of Scotland.
Ainslie, Hew. A pilgrimage to the land of Burns: containing anecdotes of the bard, and of the characters he immortalized, with numerous pieces of poetry, original and collected. Deptford [London]: Printed for the author by W. Brown, 1822.
Wilson, John. The land of Burns: a series of landscapes and portraits, illustrative of the life and writings of the Scottish poet. Glasgow; Edinburgh; London: Blackie and Son, ca. 1840.
Tweed’s Tourists’ guide to the land of Burns and the south of Scotland, over the Glasgow and south-western railway. Glasgow: John Tweed, ca. 1878
Watson, William. The tomb of Burns. Illustrated by David Young Cameron. London; New York: John Lane, 1904.
Goodwillie, Edward. The world’s memorials of Burns. Detroit: The Waverley Publishing Co., 1911.
Smeaton, Oliphant. The footsteps of Burns from Doonside to Dumfries. Thistle library series. Edinburgh: Valentine & Anderson, Ltd.; Dundee; London: Valentine & Sons, Ltd., ca. 1920.
Official handbook of Burns’ House, Dumfries and other memories of the national poet. Dumfries: Robert Dinwiddie, ca. 1935.
Fergus, Andrew. Burns’s Scotland. Illustrated by John Mackay. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1978.
Edwards, Nat. Burns National Heritage Park. Alloway: Burns National Heritage Park, 2003.