"Preserved in memory"

In collaboration with Uppsala City Theatre

Narrator: Robin Keller, Uppsala City Theater.
Screenplay and film: Henrik Zetterberg.
Voice-over recorded at: Yellow Music United AB.

About the walk:

This cemetery walk is about twelve people with a special connection to the history of Uppsala, who also have tombstones that stand out from the crowd. The gravestones and other memorials in the Old Cemetery are examples of how people have wanted to leave a lasting legacy and preserve the memory of their loved ones.

Instructions:

  1. The entire tour is in Swedish and you can take it on site or from home using your smart phone, tablet or computer. In each pop-up marker on the map, choose between watching a short film or listening to an audio track (the second alternative takes less data).
  2. If you take the tour on site, start at the Old Chapel and use headphones.
  3. You can use the map, GPS positioning (if you wish) and images at the respective Burial site. You can also look for the aluminum stick (so-called care stick) available at each Burial site. If the aluminum stick has two pink markings, it means that the grave site is included in the digital walk.

The on-site walk takes about 60-75 minutes.

Image description: Cabinet photograph - Unveiling of the Wikner Monument, Uppsala 1902. Photo: Alfred Dahlgren / Upplandsmuseet. Public Domain.

 



 

Picture and music list.

Film "Start here" - Photographs and images:

Map of Uppsala 1770 published by Jonas Brolin. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Plan of the cemetery in Uppsala in 1801 by Gustaf af Sillén. Photo: National Archives in Uppsala. Public Domain.
Gouache, "Uppsala from the West". Presumed artist Franz Alexander Berggren executed in 1851. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Front page and two pages from: Catalog : B. Larsson granit- och marmorstenhuggeri : Svartbäcksgatan 39, Upsala. 1916. photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Cover of a catalog (one sheet, printed on both sides) of R. A. Söderberg's, Stockholm, range of gravestones. 1890s. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, filmed in spring 2021, 2022 and 2023.
Music: Stories Passed Down. Rupert Sachs. Adobe Stock.

 

Film 1 "Pontus Wikner" - Photographs and images:

Pontus Wikner, ca 1860-ca 1880. Photo: Probably Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Pontus Wikner's childhood home. The house is now part of Munkedal's hembygdsgård. Photo: Oscar Färdig ca 1920-ca 1935 / Bohusläns museum. Public Domain.
Pontus Wikner's childhood home "Kaserna", Munkedal, Bohuslän. Taken from Pontus Wikner's papers (photographs) UUB. Photo: Selma Sallberg, Munkedal, ca 1860-1930 / Henrik Zetterberg.
Pontus Wikner, 1861. Photo: Probably Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Christopher Jacob Boström, c. 1860-1866, photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
View from Upsala Castle 352. View of Uppsala from the castle, the University Library etc., ca 1870-ca 1890. Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Pontus Wikner. Probably photographed at the lectureship in theoretical philosophy, Uppsala 1863. Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Pontus Wikner, Uppsala 1873. Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
University of Kristiania, unknown year. National Library of Norway, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Pontus Wikner's obituary. Taken from Upsala, N:o 58, 1888-05-19. Photo: Royal Library. Public Domain.
Railway station with freight warehouse and embankment from the east, Uppsala ca 1866-1870. Photo: Henri Osti / Upplandsmuseet. Public Domain.
Pontus Wikner, c. 1850-1899. Photo: Unknown / UUB. Public Domain.
Page 3 from Pontus Wikner's "Psychological Confessions", added 1879-08-21-1887-04-30. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Pontus Wikner, breast image. "Taken March 31, 1885. To Ida [Wikner] as a small thank you from Pontus". Taken from Pontus Wikner's papers (photographs) UUB. Photo: L. Szacinski, Christiania / Henrik Zetterberg.
Page 7 from Pontus Wikner's "Psychological Confessions", added 1879-08-21-1887-04-30. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Cabinet photograph - Unveiling of the Wikner Monument, Uppsala 1902. Photo: Alfred Dahlgren / Upplandsmuseet. Public Domain.
Portrait: Pontus Wikner, 1850-1899. Photo: Unknown photographer / UUB. Public Domain.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, Old Cemetery, filmed in spring 2023.
Music: 
Quiet Devotion. Martin Klem. Adobe Stock.
Sound effects: Freesound.org.

 

Film 2 "Karin Arosenius" - Photographs and images:

Karin Arosenius, 1901. From Swedish Portrait Gallery XX - Architects, Sculptors, Painters etc. Photo: Unknown photographer / Scanned by user AlphaZeta, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Bergsbron in Norrköping, 1860-1870. Photo: Unknown photographer / Railway Museum. Public Domain.
Konstakademien, Stockholm 2016, facade towards Fredsgatan 12. Bysmon, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
The Academy's student register, 1849-1900. Photo: Eva-Lena Bengtsson.
Paris. Photograph of the exhibition site, taken from a hot air balloon. Photo: Alphonse Liébert (1827-1913), Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Albert Engström, Carl Larsson, Karin Larsson, Anders Zorn, Mora 1905, with H. Wikander. Photo: Carl Larsson farm.
Formally dressed patrons at the Salon in 1890. Jean-André Rixens (1846-1925), Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Poster for the 1889 Paris World Fair. Musée Carnavalet, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Poster with motif of etching of a view of the World Exhibition 1889, Exposition universelle de 1889. View of the Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars towards the Trocadero. Photo: Chromotypogravure & Imprimerie Boussod / Tekniska museet. Public Domain.
Railroad train at the Paris Exposition, 1889, in front of the Pavilion of Algeria. Unknown author, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Article taken from Gefleborgs Läns Tidning, N:r 30, 1889-03-12. Photo: Royal Library. Public Domain.
Folkärna church archives, Dalarna County. Parish book, SE/ULA/11247/A II a/3 b (1921-1937), page 520. Photo: Riksarkivet. Public Domain.
Estate inventory, Karin Arosenius. Folkare tingslags häradsrätt (W) FII:89 (1932) Image:2390 Page: 126. Photo: Riksarkivet. Public Domain.
Folkärna church, 1890. Photo: Unknown photographer / By-Folkärna Pastorat.
Peder Severin Krøyer. Le déjeuner des artistes à Grèz (Konstnärslunch i Grèz), 1884. Pastel on paper, 48.5 x 63.5 cm. Photo: Lars Engelhardt, Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde.
Part of the Official General Catalogue of the exhibition. Photo: Source gallica.bnf.fr / Bibliothèque nationale de France.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, Old Cemetery, filmed in spring 2023.
Music: 
Glenn Gould's Charir. Christian Andersen. Adobe Stock.
Sound effects: Freesound.org.

 

Film 3 "Fredrik Tamm" - Photographs and images:

Two pages from Hávamál. Photo: Handrit.is / catalog of manuscripts preserved in the National and University Library of Iceland. The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies.
Fredrik Tamm, Uppsala, 1890 (B 2017). Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Tveta church archives, Stockholm County. House hearing lists, SE/SSA/1576/A I/14 (1846-1850), page 94. Photo: Riksarkivet. Public Domain.
Fredrik Tamm, Uppsala, 1890 (B 2014). Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Fredrik Tamm and his first wife Augusta Josefina Elisabeth Lundqvist, Uppsala, 1894. Photo: Alfred Dahlgren / UUB. Public Domain.
Uppsala, view towards Carolina Rediviva from the intersection Drottninggatan-Västra Ågatan, c. 1860. Photo: Unknown / UUB. Public Domain.
The University House, Uppsala, 1893, showing the gable of the Gustavianum. Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Article about allocation. Taken from Dagens Nyheter, N:o 9855, 1887-05-29. Photo: Royal Library. Public Domain.
Östra Ågatan - Bäverns gränd, Kungsängen, Uppsala 1901-1902. Photo: Alfred Dahlgren / Upplandsmuseet. Public Domain.
Bäverns gränd facing northeast from Östra Ågatan, Uppsala 1901-1902. Photo: Alfred Dahlgren / Upplandsmuseet. Public Domain.
Students, women and men sitting at a table on grass, forest in the background, probably Uppland around 1900. Photo: Unknown photographer / Upplandsmuseet. Public Domain.
Cabinet photograph - three men wearing student caps, carrying canes and decorated with flowers, Uppsala, 1899. Photo: Alfred Dahlgren / Upplandsmuseet. Public Domain.
Fredrik Tamm's obituary. Taken from Upsala Nya Tidning, N:o 2933, 1905-03-31. Photo: Royal Library. Public Domain.
From fellow students 1863-97: Portrait board on the occasion of Fredrik Tamm's 50th birthday on March 30, 1897. Photo: Alfred Dahlgren / UUB. Public Domain.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, Gamla kyrkogården and Östra ågatan 61 in Uppsala, filmed in spring 2023.
Music: 
Jazz Sweden. Christian Larssen. Hyperprod.
Sound effects: Freesound.org.

 

Film 4 "Karl Gustaf Lennander" - Photographs and images:

Karl Gustaf Lennander, Uppsala, 1891 (B 2900) Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Karl Gustaf Lennander and students, surgery course HT 1890, Uppsala, 1896. Photo: unknown photographer / UUB. Public Domain.
View of Uppsala from the south, ca 1860-ca 1868. Included in "Upsala år 1868". Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
University Hospital, Uppsala, c. 1865-c. 1870. The hospital building seen from the east. Photo: Per Hanselli / UUB. Public Domain.
Academic Hospital, Uppsala, 1886. View from the east with the gate into the hospital park. Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Royal Academic Hospital Upsala 1/9 1889-1/3 1890, Uppsala, 1889. Doctors at the Academic Hospital in Uppsala. Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Floor plan of the Academic Hospital from 1862. "Drawing for hospital in Upsala city". Included in Räntekammararkivet. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Two photographs from the old operating room, now a conference room. Photo: Henrik Zetterberg. Photographed with permission from Akademiska sjukhuset. 2023.
Wedding picture of Harald and Hanna Dahlgren, Synnerby 15/8 1895, from Hanna Dahlgren, b. Beckmans archive. Photo: Charlott Hermansson / Landsarkivet i Härnösand / Riksarkivet.
Professor Karl Gustav Lennander in 1897, removing a pistol bullet from the occipital lobe of the brain in a young man after the foreign body had been localized by X-ray. Photo: Medical Historical Museum, Uppsala. Henry Johansson, CC BY 2.5, via Wikimedia Commons.
Operating table used by Lennander. Photo: Henrik Zetterberg. Photographed with permission from the Medical History Museum in Uppsala. 2023.
Surgical instruments that belonged to Lennander. Photo: Henrik Zetterberg. Photographed with permission from the Medical History Museum in Uppsala. 2023.
Death notice, K. G. Lennander. Taken from Aftonbladet, N:r 63, 1908-03-16. Photo: Royal Library. Public Domain.
Portrait of K.G. Lennander, unknown year. Photo: CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
University Hospital, Uppsala, c. 1860-c. 1868. Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Karl Gustaf Lennander, Uppsala, 1898 (B 2901) Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, Gamla kyrkogården and at Akademiska sjukhuset, filmed in spring 2023.
Music:
Hoping to Heal. Harper Rey. Adobe Stock.
Sound effects: Freesound.org.

 

Film 5 "Herman Baumbach" - Photographs, images and quotes:

Västgötaspången over Fyrisån and Västgöta nation, Uppsala, 1895. Photo: Alfred Dahlgren / UUB. Public Domain.
Young women and men on the veranda of the restaurant Flustret, Uppsala, 1896. Photo: Heinrich Osti / Upplandsmuseet. Public Domain.
Group photograph with female and male students, Uppsala 1893. Photo: Alfred Dahlgren / UUB. Public Domain.
Herman Baumbach, Uppsala ca 1876-ca 1885. Photo: Heinrich Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Uppsala University Library, Övre Slottsgatan and the University House from Slottsbacken, Uppsala, before 1914. Photo: Heinrich Osti / Upplandsmuseet. Public Domain.
Inside of notebook, V.T. 1891. Retrieved from the collection of Axel Herman Kristofer Baumbach. Remaining study notes (Q 2:16-33), Uppsala University Library. Photo: Henrik Zetterberg.
Front cover of notebook. Retrieved from the collection of Axel Herman Kristofer Baumbach. Abandoned study notes (Q 2:16-33), Uppsala University Library. Photo: Henrik Zetterberg.
Repro photograph - Herman Baumbach, Uppsala, 1942. Photo: Gunnar Sundgren / Upplandsmuseet. CC BY-NC-ND.
Pencil drawing of Herman Baumbach, drawn by Carl Lindorm Möllersvärd, unknown year. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Herman Baumbach walking on Munkgatan, Fågelsången neighborhood, Uppsala, 1913. Photo: Unknown photographer / Upplandsmuseet. CC BY-NC-ND.
Herman Baumbach walking on Dragarbrunnsgatan, Uppsala, 1929. Photo: Unknown photographer / Upplandsmuseet. CC BY-NC-ND.
Hall, Västgöta nation. Photo: Henrik Zetterberg. Photographed with permission from Förste kurator, Västgöta nation. 2023.
Room, Västgöta nation. Photo: Henrik Zetterberg. Photographed with permission from Förste kurator, Västnöta nation. 2023.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, Gamla kyrkogården, view of Fyrisån, Östra ågatan and rooms, Västnöta nation with permission from Förste kurator, Uppsala, filmed in spring 2023.
Music:
Memories from the Past. Bladverk Band. Adobe Stock.
Sound effects: Freesound.org.
Quote: Taken from article from Falu Länstidning, N:o 106, 1931-05-09.

 

Film 6 "Anna-Ma Toll" - Photographs and images:

Anna-Ma Toll, unknown year. Photo: Unknown photographer / From private collection.
Three nurses distributing food at Sabbatsberg Hospital in Stockholm, circa 1958 (id-nr 2004_1531). Photo: Unknown photographer / Mölndal City Museum. CC BY-SA.
Three nurses distributing food at Sabbatsberg Hospital in Stockholm, circa 1958 (id-nr 2004_1530). Photo: Unknown photographer / Mölndal City Museum. CC BY-SA.
View of the Academic Hospital, Ear Clinic, Uppsala, 1955-1960. Photo: Uppsala-Bild / Upplandsmuseet. CC BY-NC-ND.
Aerial view of Uppsala University Hospital, Uppsala, 1958. Photo: AB Flygtrafik / Upplandsmuseet. CC BY-NC-ND.
The destruction of Stalin's monument, Budapest, 1956. Photo: FORTEPAN / Nagy Gyula, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
Part of Stalin's statue, Budapest, 1956. Viswanathan oak, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
Demonstration, Budapest, 1956. Photo: FORTEPAN / Nagy Gyula, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
Tanks, Budapest, 1956. Photo: FORTEPAN / Pesti Srác, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
A disabled tank, Budapest, 1956. Photo: Unknown. CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
Transportation by truck, Budapest, 1956. Photo: Jack Metzger, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
Anna-Ma Toll, ca. 1970 from the Wennergren Center in Stockholm with staff from the Population Office. Photo: Pelle Stackman / SIDA.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, Old Cemetery, filmed in spring 2023.
Music: 
Early October. Heath Cantu. One Tree Mountain. Martin Klem. Adobe Stock.
Sound effects: Freesound.org.

 

Film 7 "Gustaf Svanberg the Elder and Gustaf Svanberg the Younger" -Photographs and images:

Gustaf Svanberg, Uppsala, ca 1860-ca 1870. Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
Uppsala from the north, 1860s. Photo: Henri Osti / Upplandsmuseet. Public Domain.
Uppsala Astronomical Observatory, 1840s. Various drawings, notes and drawings of foreign models. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Refractor at the Upsala Observatory in the 1890s. Photo: Alfred Dahlgren / UUB. Public Domain.
Observatory in Uppsala, painting by Eric Österlund, Uppsala, circa 1860s. Photo: Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Astronomical Observatory, Uppsala, 1769. Engraver Fredrik Akrel. Illustration from Busser, Johan B., Utkast till beskrifning om Upsala, del 2, Uppsala 1769, p. 112. The house was completed in 1741. The building's current address is Svartbäcksgatan 7 in Uppsala. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
The Celsius Observatory on Svartbäcksgatan, Uppsala 2019. Photo: Henrik Zetterberg.
The observatory in Uppsala, 1886. View from the north. Photo: Henri Osti / UUB. Public Domain.
The old observatory in Uppsala, 2023, photo: Henrik Zetterberg.
Gustaf Svanberg Phil. doctor. B. in Uppsala 31/1 1839, 1910, Swedish Portrait Gallery. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Göteborgs Gustaf Adolfs torg around 1861, after an oil painting by J. C. Berger. Photo: Unknown photographer / Marinmuseum. Public Domain.
The second chamber in 1904. Photo: Unknown photographer / Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Sculptor Sigrid Blomberg, 1890. Photo: Johannes Jaeger / Kalmar County Museum's image archive (copyright).
Three photographs of "Sorgen", Carl Wijk's family grave, Östra kyrkogården, Gothenburg 2023. Photo: Birgitta Löwing Kiser.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, Old Cemetery, filmed in spring 2023.
Music: Nocturne. Trevor Kowalski. Adobe Stock.
Sound effects: Freesound.org.

 

Film 8 "Måns von Rosenstein" - Photographs and images:

Måns von Rosenstein, painting by Per Krafft the Elder. Photo: Svenskt biografiskt lexikon / Riksarkivet. Public Domain.
The moonlight Battle off Cape St Vincent, 16 January 1780. Artist: Francis Holman, executed in 1780. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Battle painting. Oil on canvas. The Action Between the Frigates Bonhomme Richard (Capt John Paul Jones) And HMS Serapis, During The Battle Of Flamborough Head, 1779. The Alliance fires on the combatants. Artist: Richard Paton, executed in 1780. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Uniform, Army fleet model 1779. Carl Gustaf Roos, Collection of the Swedish Army's uniforms 1783. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
The naval flag of the army's fleet in use from 1761-1813. Maria Ljunggren, SMM, CC BY 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
Portrait of King Gustaf III (1746-1792) wearing the naval uniform m/1779. The King is wearing the ribbon of the Order of the Seraphim and its collar. The King also wears the collar of a Knight with the Grand Cross of the Order of the Sword. Around his neck is the Commander's Cross of the Order of the Sword, and below this the large Svensksund Medal in gold links. Painting from around 1791 by Lorens Pasch the younger. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Charta öfver Finska viken med däromkring belägne provincier :efter de bästa chartor och astronomiska observationer / författad uti Kongl. Landtmäteri contoiret i Stockholm år 1788 ; engraved by E. Åkerlund. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Russian foot soldiers and hunters, 1786-1796. Illustration by Richard Knötel. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Gustav III and the soldier Gren. Episode from the Russian War of 1789. Photo: Erik Cornelius / Nationalmuseum. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Swedish warships on the Stockholm stream in Stockholm being equipped for war in 1788. Watercolor by Louis Jean Desprez, executed in 1788. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Gustav III at Uttismalm in Finland on June 28, 1789. Oil on canvas. Artist: Pehr Hilleström the elder. Photo: Nationalmuseum. Public Domain.
The victory at Svensksund. Oil on canvas. Artist: Louis Jean Desprez. In the center Gustaf III as Mars, the god of war, in pseudo-classical costume, advancing with a flashing sword towards the enemy but stopped by a white-clad, winged goddess of victory, who crowns him. Photo: Erik Cornelius / Nationalmuseum. Public Domain.
Battle of Svensksund, August 24, 1789. Oil on canvas. Artist: Johan Tietrich Schoultz, unknown year. Photo: Nationalmuseum. Public Domain.
The archipelago frigate Oden. Unknown artist. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
The battle at Svensksund on August 24, 1789. Oil on canvas, Johan Tietrich Schoultz. Photo: Maritime History Museum. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
The Battle of Svensksund 1789. Battle painting by J.T. Schoultz 1807. Painted on canvas and stretched on a frame, depicting an archipelago battle between the Russian and Swedish archipelago fleets, probably the later stages of the Battle of Svensksund in 1789. Photo: Maritime History Museum. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Knight with the Grand Cross of the Royal Order of the Sword. Svärdsorden. B****n, CC BY 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
Badge for knights with the Grand Cross of the 1st class of the Order of the Sword. Photo: Armémuseum / Armémuseum. CC BY 4.0.
No. 30. View of Upsal Cathedral with part of the city. Artist: Johan Fredrik Martin, executed around 1790-1816 Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Death notice taken from Inrikes Tidningar, N:o 124, 1801-11-10. Photo: Royal Library. Public Domain.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, Old Cemetery, filmed in spring 2023.
Music:
Honorable Salute. Sage Oursler. | Watching Boats Go By. Etienne Roussel. Adobe Stock.
Sound effects: Freesound.org.

 

Film 9 "Uno von Troil" - Photographs and images:

Uno von Troil, painting Lorens Pasch the younger. Photo: Selected contemporary images from Admiral Carl Tersmedens memoirs by Ann Margret Holmgren, Stockholm 1925. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Title page and first page from: Speech when the Rear Admiral [...] Måns von Rosenstein was buried in Upsala Cathedral on November 12, 1801. Held by Uno von Troil. Stockholm, printed by director Johan A. Carlbohm, 1801. Photo: Royal Library.
Uno von Troil : Archbishop of Upsala. Engraving in point style by Johan Fredrik Martin 1795 after an oil painting by Lorens Pasch the Younger. 1793. photo: UUB. Public Domain.
View of the Cathedral and Gustavianum, Uppsala. Watercolor drawing. Artist: Johan Gustaf Härstedt, executed in 1782. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Uno von Troils Stammbuch. Extract from a family book belonging to von Troil. It was created in 1770-1774. A family book is like a friendship album, where short greetings were written. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Title page. Bref rörande en resa til Iceland MDCCLXXII./(Uno von Troil.) Uplagde af Magnus Swederus, bokhandl: i Upsala. MDCCLXXVII. =(Pl.titelbl.)= (Stockholm, printed by Anders Jac. Nordström, 1777.) Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Extract from: Uno von Troil. Travel notes 1770-1772. The first section is called "Travel journal from Aug. 1. 1770', covers the journey from Upsala through Germany to Paris. The latter: "Dagbok öfver en resa kring någon deel af England, Skottland och Ireland samt vidare till Iceland" is interrupted on arrival in Iceland. UUB, photo: Henrik Zetterberg.
Archbishops of the Svea Empire: 52. Magnus Beronius, 53. Carl Fr. Mennander, 54. Uno von Troil, 55. Jac. Ax. Lindblom, 56. Carl von Rosenstein, 57. Joh. Olof Wallin, 58. C. F. Wingård. Included in: 427 portraits of famous Swedish men and women / [ed. G.A. Mellin] - 1847. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Speech at the opening of the Riksdag on May 8, 1786. Written by Gustav III himself, Stockholm Palace, 1786-05-08. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Portrait of King Gustaf III (1746-1792) wearing the naval uniform m/1779. The King is wearing the ribbon of the Order of the Seraphim and its collar. The King also wears the collar of a Knight with the Grand Cross of the Order of the Sword. Around his neck is the Commander's Cross of the Order of the Sword, and below this the large Svensksund Medal in gold links. Painting from around 1791 by Lorens Pasch the younger. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
The assassination of Gustav III. The Swedish King Gustaf III is surrounded and shot by masked conspirators during a masquerade ball at the Royal Opera House in Stockholm on March 16, 1792. Contemporary engraving by Abraham Wolfgang Küfner in Nuremberg, c. 1792. Royal Library. Abraham Wolfgang Küfner (1760-1817), CC0, via Wikimedia Commons.
Gustav III in his parade bed chamber. Contemporary engraving. Piccardi, A. Gustave III Roi de Suède aux derniers momens de sa vie. [179-] Royal Library, KoB Sv. HP G III A. 56.
The decorations at Gustav III's funeral (painting). Olof Fridsberg (1778-1795), Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Newly built Sätra brunn, 2023. Troil lived in the house at the end of his life. Photo: Gustav Fröjdlund. CC BY 4.0.
Uno von Troil's memorial stone outside Nybygget, Sätra brunn 2023. Photo: Gustav Fröjdlund. CC BY 4.0.
Magdalena von Troil née Tersmeden. Painting. Artist: Lorens Pasch the Younger, executed ca 1765-ca 1785. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Archbishop Uno von Troil. Sculpture in plaster. Artist: Johan Tobias Sergel, signed 1801. Photo: Nationalmuseum. CC BY-SA 4.0.
Charta öfver Begravningsplats Till Domkyrckan uti Upsala Stad och Län [...] 1799. Johan Edvall. File: B70-1:23. Photo: Lantmäteriet.
Plan of the cemetery in Uppsala in 1801 by Gustaf af Sillén. Photo: National Archives in Uppsala. Public Domain.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, Old Cemetery, filmed in spring 2023.
Music: 
Sunday Service. Jon Algar. Adobe Stock. | Church organ. Pixabay. | Idleness. Martin Klem. Adobe Stock.

 

Film 10 "Carl Hård" - Photographs and images:

Painting "Karl Alexander Hård af Segerstad (1768-1840), major general, art collector, donor", oil on canvas. Artist: Johan Gustaf Sandberg, before 1840. Photo: Nationalmuseum. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Aerial view of Jällsta farm, Viksta parish, Uppland, 1952. Photo: AB Flygtrafik / Upplandsmuseet. CC BY-NC-ND.
View of Gustav III's military headquarters 1788-1789 from: Charta Öfver 1789 års fälttog i Finland by Roos. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Portrait of Carl Hård painted by J.G. Sandberg. Photo: National Archives / Swedish Biographical Dictionary. Public Domain.
Part of the Finnish archipelago from: Map of the 1789 campaign in Finland by Roos. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Charta öfver Affairen vid Säfwar Den 19:de Augusti 1809 ... The similarity with the original sent to the king certifies J. P Lefrén. Capitaine at Kongl. Fältm. Corpen. Umeå on September 6, 1809. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
'The meeting at Ratan on August 20, 1809'. Painting by Carl Gustaf Gillberg. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Lieutenant Zidén by Carl Theodor Staaff. Tables for Fänrik Ståls Sägner, 1884. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Painting "Slaughterhouse", oil on panel. Artist: Pieter Aertsen, 1551, donated by Carl Hård to Uppsala University. Photo: Mikael Wallerstedt / Gustavianum.
Painting "Queen Christina", oil on panel. Artist: Abraham Wuchters, 1661, donated by Carl Hård to Uppsala University. Photo: Mikael Wallerstedt / Gustavianum.
Painting "Olof Rudbeck the Elder". Artist: Martin Mijtens the elder, 1696. Donated by Carl Hård to Uppsala University. Photo: Mikael Wallerstedt / Gustavianum.
Painting "Per Daniel Amadeus Atterbom", oil on panel. Artist: Johan Gustaf Sandberg, 1831 Photo: Hans Thorwid / Nationalmuseum. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Painting "Erik Gustaf Geijer", oil on canvas. Artist: Karl Vilhelm Nordgren, ca 1837-ca 1840. Photo: Skokloster Castle / Olav Nyhus. CC BY-SA, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Sysslomansgatan-S:t Olofsgatan, Fjärdingen, Uppsala, 1901-1902. Photo: Alfred Dahlgren / Upplandsmuseet. Public Domain.
Information from Post- och Inrikes Tidningar N:o 103, Tuesday May 5, 1840. Photo: Royal Library. Public Domain.
Gustavianum, Uppsala, 2011. Photo: David Castor. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
Uppsala from the south. Artist Franz Alexander Berggren presumed author, executed in 1851. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Old Uppsala around 1900. Algot Dalborg, Gustaf Malmberg, Arvid Leonard Bergström, Lars Herman Hallner, Axel Lekander and Åke Nilsson drinking mead. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, Gamla kyrkogården, part of Sysslomansgatan and Carolina Rediviva, Uppsala, filmed in spring 2023.
Music:
Meadows in Småland. Franz Gordon. Adobe Stock.
Sound effects: Freesound.org.

 

Film 11 "Anders Gustaf Ekeberg" - Photographs and images:

Portrait. A.G. Ekeberg. Unknown year, one corner torn off. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Kgl. Laboratorium Chemicum. Illustration from Busser, Johan B., Utkast till beskrifning om Upsala, del 2, Uppsala 1769, p. 150. Under the picture: "Fr. Akrelius, Del. et Sculp. 1770″[!]. The Laboratorium Chemicum was built in 1753. Engraver: Fredrik Akrell, Uppsala, 1769. Photo: UUB. Public Domain.
Per von Afzelius (1760-1843), professor, doctor, married to Vendela Catharina Sidrén. Oil on canvas. Artist: Johan Gustaf Sandberg, unknown year. Photo: Nationalmuseum. Public Domain.
Chemistry equipment, 18th century. Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent, 1743-1794, No restrictions, via Wikimedia Commons.
Diorama of a chemical laboratory, 18th century. CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
Yttrotantalite found in Ytterby. Photo: Rob Lavinsky, iRocks.com. CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
A Tantalum 'button'. Photo: W. Oelen. CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
The Ekeberg Prize awarded by the Tantalum-Niobium International Study Center. Photo: TIC.
Portrait of Anders Gustaf Ekeberg from Mellin, Gustaf Henrik (ed.) 427 portraits of well-known Swedish men and women, Stockholm, 1847. Photo: LIBRIS-ID:1579474.

Filmed material: Henrik Zetterberg, Gamla kyrkogården, old Kemikum in Uppsala, filmed in spring 2022.
Music:
White Garden. Martin Klem. | We Live On. Gavin Luke. Adobe Stock.
Sound effects: Freesound.org.