Black & white photograph of Archie MacLean (Whitehouse) and Cornaigmore School headmaster Alan C MacDougall standing by the ringing stone at Vaul in the 1930s.
Hardback book ‘Celtic Studies: Essays in memory of Angus Matheson 1912-1962’ edited by James Carney and David Greene, 1968; which belonged to Allan MacDougall, Headteacher at Cornaigmore School during the 1940s. Essays by friends of Angus Matheson reflecting his range of interests which, while primarily directed towards Gaelic language and literature, embraced the whole field of Celtic Studies.
Small hardback book ‘A Gaelic-Scots Vocabulary’, 1930, which belonged to Allan MacDougall, Headteacher at Cornaigmore School during the 1940s.
Small hardback book ‘Gnathasan Cainnte (Gaelic Idioms)’, 1932, which belonged to Allan MacDougall, Headteacher at Cornaigmore School in the 1940s.
Small hardback book in Gaelic ‘Am Measg nam Bodach’, 1938, which belonged to Allan MacDougall, Headteacher at Cornaigmore School in the 1940s.
Booklet `Ministers and Deep Sea Captains` 2011
Booklet about the history of Tiree`s schools. Researched by Dr John Holliday for a summer exhibition at An Iodhlann.
Photograph of a Morris Minor being hoisted off the ferry in 1966
Black & white photograph of a Morris Minor 100 being hoisted by crane from the deck of the ferry `Claymore` to Gott Bay pier in 1966. This may have been Cornaig School`s Headmaster Allan MacDougall`s beloved car that he was trying to protect when he fell into the sea in 1969, after which he became ill and died.
Photograph of Alan MacDougall, headmaster of Cornaigmore School in the 1940s, and his wife
Black & white photograph of Mr Alan Campbell MacDougall and his wife Alice (nee MacMillan), 1940s. Mr MacDougall was headmaster at Cornaigmore School from 1940. He died in 1969 when he fell between the pier and the ferry. Alice MacMillan was the science teacher.