Associated People: Holliday, Dr John, Baugh

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Photocopied extract of an article about the location of the Old Norse place-name ‘Isleborg’ in the Argyll Islands, by Dr John Holliday, Balephuil, and the possibility that it refers to an ancient fort on Loch an Eilein on Tiree. Published in West Highland Notes and Queries, Series 4, No. 2, December 2016.

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1997.274.2

Softback book ‘Togail Tìr: Marking Time: The Map of the Western Isles’ edited by Finlay MacLeod, 1989.A collection of essays and illustrations on maps and map-making, with particular reference to the Western Isles, including Tiree on some of the maps.

Inscription inside front cover reads ‘Gu Iain Holliday, Leis gach deagh dhùrachd bho Dhòmhnall Meek 3/9/90.’

 

 

2014.104.4

Photograph of Tiree Medical Practice staff, ca 1995

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Colour photograph of staff of the Tiree Medical Practice at a dinner at the Lodge Hotel around 1995. Clockwise from left: Clare Jones, Jane MacDonald, Cairin MacLeod, Dr John Holliday, Mary MacKinnon, Rena MacKinnon, Ina MacArthur, Dr Bob le Masurier. (original stored in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1)

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Photograph of Tiree Medical Practice staff ca 1995

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Colour photograph of staff of the Tiree Medical Practice at a dinner at the Lodge Hotel around 1995. Clockwise from left: Clare Jones, Jane MacDonald, Cairin MacLeod, Dr John Holliday, Mary MacKinnon, Rena MacKinnon, Ina MacArthur, Dr Bob le Masurier, Margie Brown. (original stored in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1)

2014.20.1

DVD of a tribute to Gordon Connell`s accordion teaching on Tiree, 2013

DVD of a tribute to accordion teachers made by MG Alba in Gaelic to be screened at Feis Thiriodh 2013, beginning with Gordon Connell, Crossapol, who has been teaching accordion at Tiree High School since the 1970s. Includes footage of Tiree landscapes, dancing in the old community hall, a photograph of Murray Omand, and interviews with Angus MacPhail, Ruaig, Flora MacPhail, Ruaig, Dr John Holliday, Balephuil, and Alastair MacLean (Billy the Box), Barrapol.

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