Associated People: MacLean, Mr Malcolm M., Salum (1904 - )

2005.106.1

Photocopy of a handwritten sheet of paper wrapped around a coin found at Malcolm MacLean`s house in Salum.

Handwritten sheet of paper wrapped around a coin and placed in a corner of the house walls for good luck. It reads: `Salum Tiree May 7th 1925. Commenced building this house. By Lachlan Campbell Cornaigbeg also his Brother Hector Campbell Cornaigbeg Tiree for Christina Munn McPhail & her husband Lachlan MacNeill & her son Macolm McKinnon McLean. Good Luck.`

2000.61.7

CD Pròiseact Thiriodh CD-SA1958-10.

Hugh MacLean of Scarinish sings three Gaelic songs, Charles MacDonald of Caoles tells three stories, Margaret MacArthur of Rosigal sings a soldier’s song, Calum MacLean of Salum tells a couple of stories, Willie MacPhail of Clachan talks about Gaelic at his school, Hector MacPhail of Clachan and Colin Lamont of Cornaigmore sings three Gaelic songs each and Mrs Neil Lamont sings five Gaelic songs.

2000.61.33

Mini-disk SA1958/10.

Hugh MacLean of Scarinish sings three Gaelic songs, Charles MacDonald of Caoles tells three stories, Margaret MacArthur of Rosigal sings a soldier’s song, Calum MacLean of Salum tells a couple of stories, Willie MacPhail of Clachan talks about Gaelic at his school, Hector MacPhail of Clachan and Colin Lamont of Cornaigmore sings three Gaelic songs each and Mrs Neil Lamont sings five Gaelic songs.

1998.279.1

Audio cassette recording of Meena Knapman of Kenovay talking to Dr John Holliday in September 1998.

Meena Knapman of Kenovay talks to Dr John Holliday in September 1998 about her early holidays on Tiree in the late 1920s and 1930s staying at Heanish then Vaul, the people in Vaul, the journey to Tiree from Glasgow and transport on Tiree, the funeral of John Brown from the Scarinish Hotel, Commander Dewar of Vaul, things to do on holiday in Tiree, shops and dances, Malcolm MacLean of Salum, the airport before WWII, memories of people and places, lighthouses seen from Tiree and Captain John MacKinnon of Vaul.

1998.283.1

Audio cassette recording of Donneil Kennedy talking to John Donald MacLean in June 1998.

Donneil Kennedy talks to John Donald MacLean (Teòn Dòmhnall a’ Mhuilinn) in June 1998 about the history of the knitwear factory, the sinking of the ferry Loch Seaforth in 1973, anecdotes about Hector Kennedy, Malcolm MacLean of Salum and John Kennedy of Crossapol, the pre-war shops on Tiree, the ghost at Island House, the appointment of vet Jimmy Wilson in 1973, the problems installing septic tanks, his uncle AndrewYoung’s war experiences, expeditions by horse and cart in the 1930s and his memories of Argyll County Council around 1970.