Burgess magnetic recording tape of Mary Davies (1929-2006), Crossapol, singing Brownie songs. Includes original box.
Audio cassette recorded Mary Davies and family for her Jessie Ann Goddard in Singapore.
Mary Davies of Crossapol and her family send a Christmas message to her sister Jessie Ann Goddard and her family in Singapore, with a song sung by Mary’s daughters Monica and Donna, a recording of Glasgow Police Pipe Band and Gaelic songs from Se Ur Beatha.
Audio cassette recording of Mary Davies and her sister Jessie Ann Goddard interviewed by Maggie Campbell in Kilmoluaig on 6/9/2002.
Sisters Mary Davies and Jessie Ann Goddard talk to Maggie Campbell in September 2002 about their childhood on Tiree during World War II, their schooldays, Crossapol and its people, their diet during the war, the ‘medicine’ they took as children to ward off colds and cleanse the blood, the games they played, their clothing and dances on Tiree.
Black and white photograph taken outside Dolly MacCallum`s café in Crossapol around 1960.
L-R: Peggy Cameron, Crossapol holding her daughter Ruth; Mrs Bruton, Lodge Hotel, Robin (Peggy’s son); Dolly MacCallum (mother of Peggy Cameron and Mary Davies); possibly Sandy MacKinnon (Sandy Ghobhainn); (front) Ewan Cameron (Peggy’s son).
Black and white photograph taken outside Dolly MacCallum`s café in Crossapol in the early 1930s.
The café at Viewfield, Crossapol in the early 1930s. L-R: Janet MacGregor, Glasgow; Maggie Cameron, Balevullin (Dolly`s sister-in-law); unknown; Dolly MacCallum nee MacInnes from Skye, Mary Davies` mother (married to Archie MacCallum, Kilmoluaig – Eairdsidh Lachainn Dughaill); Kate MacMaster, Kenovay.