Associated People: MacKinnon, Mr John, Kirkapol (1885 - 1955)

2014.60.1

Gaelic bible given to John MacKinnon, Kirkapol, by Lady Victoria in 1910

Dark leather-bound Gaelic bible (1831) given to John MacKinnon, Lodge Farm, Kirkapol, by Lady Victoria Campbell (the Duke of Argyll`s sister) on July 6th 1910, and inscribed by her “in memory of much faithful service to his friend” and verse (3) of the English hymn `The Saints of God!` by W. MacLagan (1869). ON PERMANENT LOAN

2014.33.1

Cut-throat razor made during 1890-1920

`Mab` cut-throat razor with ivory handle in its original brown cardboard box. Used by John MacKinnon of Lodge Farm, Kirkapol. Made by Mab Co., Birmingham, 1890-1920. Advertised as “Can be used entirely without stropping. At the Great Shaving Contest at the Royal Aquarium, little Nelly Wick shaved five men in 4 minutes and 42 seconds with the Mab Razor.

2010.18.5

Letters regarding the registration of Lodge Farm, Kirkapol with the Scottish Land Court, 1955

Six letters and documents regarding the registration of Lodge Farm, Kirkapol with the Scottish Land Court and subsequent transfer of tenancy from John MacKinnon to his daughter Elsie MacKinnon in 1955. Documents are from Argyll Estates, Hosack & Sutherland, Solicitors, Oban, and the Scottish Land Court.

2008.98.2

Collection of 20 photographs and information relating to the MacKinnon family of Lodge Farm, Kirkapol, and others.

Collection of 20 original black & white and colour photographs relating to the MacKinnons of Kirkapol and their families in Canada, Johnnie MacInnes, ? Munn, Angela MacRae, Mary MacKinnon, Alic MacPhail, Armstrong, Flora MacPhail, John Armstrong, over the period 1850-1985, plus hand-written information provided by Fiona MacKinnon, Lodge Farm. Seven photos accessioned separately L7, M11 & Q149-Q153.

2004.42.9

Six invoices from the Wool Marketing Board to John MacKinnon, Lodge Farm, Kirkapol dated 1953-61.

Five invoices from the Wool Marketing Board to John MacKinnon, Lodge Farm, Kirkapol dated 1953-61, giving weight, grade of wool and price per pound (lb); one invoice from the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries British Wool Section, undated.