Two reel-to-reel magnetic audio tapes belonging to Gordon Donald, Vaul (1929-1988). Content unknown.
Gaelic magazine ‘Gairm’ no. 106, 1979 with a crossword by Gordon Donald, Vaul (1929-1988), on pages 188 & 189.
Softback book ‘Gaelic in Scotland 1971: Some Sociological and Demographic Considerations of the Census Report for Gaelic’ by Kenneth MacKinnon, 1978. Includes chapters on Gaelic language maintenance 1961-71, Towards a social definition of the Gaidhealtachd, Gaelic literacy, and Abilities in Gaelic by age and sex. Donation label ‘Tiree High School: This book was donated by Gordon D. Donald’.l
Hardback book ‘Ceud-Fhuasgladh Do na Daoine Leointe’, 1939. Gaelic First Aid Book. Donation label ‘Tiree High School: This book donated by Gordon D. Donald’ and signed by G. D. Donald.
Hardback book ‘Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, Volume XVII, 1890-91’, 1892. See ‘Sgoil nan eun, no, mac an fhucadair’ tale by John Gregorson Campbell. (Page 58) Donation label ‘Tiree High School: This book was donated by Gordon D. Donald’.
Softback book ‘Mainland Dialects of Scottish Gaelic’ by Anthony Dilworth,1972. Includes maps at the back. Donation label ‘Tiree High School: This book was donated by Gordon D. Donald’.
Ossian magazine 1982 with an article by Gordon Donald, Vaul
Article in Gaelic `Taibhsearachd na Ruighe` written by Gordon Donald of Vaul, and published in the Ossian magazine in 1982. See page 41.
Newsletter `Fios agus Fathunn`, No. 5, 1981.
Local news including a BBC programme about the Benefits Bus, a Thomson Holidays Travel game won by pupils of Cornaig School, extracts from the Community Council minutes, and news from the churches, WRI, playgroups and the golf club.
Letter dated 2/5/1988 to Dr John Holliday from Gordon Donald.
Letter dated 2/5/1988 to Dr John Holliday from Gordon Donald about `gaoth nan galar` the south-east wind.