Associated People: Campbell, Lord Archibald, Tiree (1846 - 1913)

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Copies of two paintings by Lord Archibald Campbell around 1880

Printed photographs of two watercolour paintings by Lord Archibald Campbell (1846-1913), when he was in Quebec, Canada around 1880. (1) “Louis Jerome the Indian lighting the fire. The Birch canoe making snap jacks of flower and suet”, (2) “Wooden House put up for Princess Louise at Woodman on the Cascopedia seen from the river bed”. Photographed during a visit by Glenda Franklin in 2013. Digital copies stored on An Iodhlann computer.

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Photocopied letter to Lord Archibald Campbell dated 22/9/1899 from Hugh MacDiarmid (Bundle 924).

Letter to Lord Archibald Campbell dated 22/9/1899 from Hugh MacDiarmid about a sword found by drainers several feet under the surface of a drained loch, Loch an Duin, in Moss, with attached photograph (poor).

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Photocopied newspaper article about Tiree.

Local news about the dinner for the pier contractors employees at Scarinish Hotel provided by Lord Archibald Campbell and the speech given Lady Frances Balfour.

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Lady Frances Balfour, Lord Archibald Campbell and Malcolm MacIntyre at Gott Bay pier

Photograph of Lady Frances Balfour, Lord Archibald Campbell and Malcolm MacIntyre at the top of Gott Bay pier in 1911.

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Courtesy of Mrs Jean Lindsay

Lady Frances Balfour and her brother Lord Archibald Campbell, son of the 8th Duke of Argyll, are pictured talking to Malcolm MacIntyre in 1911 at the top of Gott Bay pier during its construction. Lord Archibald cut the first sod at the site on 2nd September 1909.

For many years prior to this, the islanders had been calling out for a new pier. Landings from the steamers calling at the island were made by lighter from the tiny harbour at Scarinish. This was often a most hazardous adventure.

Goods, mail, livestock and passengers were packed together in the boat, which had to be rowed in all weathers to the old tidal pier. When a strong south-easterly prevailed, as it often did for days, there could be no landings at all.

Black and white photograph of Lady Balfour, Archie Campbell and Malcolm MacIntyre taken in 1911.

L-R: Lady Frances Balfour, Lord Archie Campbell and Malcolm MacIntyre (Rosie MacIntyre`s father), taken at the pierhead by Annie Balfour, Lady Frances`s daughter and wife of Arthur Milne, in 1911.

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Black and white photograph of the school feast in 1911.

L-R: (centre) Lord Archie Campbell, son of the 8th Duke of Argyll, his sister Lady Frances Balfour and Hugh MacDiarmid, the factor, at the School Feast, taken by Annie Balfour, Lady Frances`s daughter and wife of Arthur Milne, in 1911.

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Black and white photograph of Malcolm MacIntyre, Archie Campbell and Lady Balfour taken in 1911.

L-R: Malcolm MacIntyre, Rosie MacIntyre`s father, Lord Archie Campbell, son of the 8th Duke of Argyll and his sister Lady Frances Balfour, taken by Annie Balfour, Lady Frances`s daughter and wife of Arthur Milne, in 1911.

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Black and white photograph of Lady Balfour, Archie Campbell and John MacKinnon taken in 1911.

Lady Frances Balfour, her brother Lord Archie Campbell, son of the 8th Duke of Argyll and John MacKinnon, Lodge Farm, taken at Scarinish pier by Annie Balfour, Lady Frances`s daughter and wife of Arthur Milne, in 1911.

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