Savings account book issued by The National Bank of Scotland, Scarinish, to the Tiree Agricultural Society, 1949-1988, and a typed summary of income and expenditure for Tiree Agricultural Society, 1986.
Three detailed diaries of Neil MacPhail, Registrar at Kirkapol during 1897-1924. The diaries cover the periods 1897-1900, 1911-1926, 1920-1923. Entries include the weather, maintenance around the croft, sowing, harvests, cattle breeding, deaths, purchases and payments. Neil was awarded an MBE in 1979 for his services as a Registrar.
Studio photograph of Lady Frances Balfour (nee Campbell), the Duke of Argyll’s sister, in around 1880, aged about 20. Mounted on a 62 x 100 mm card labelled by the studio ‘Numa Blanc Fils’. Lady Frances was at the forefront of women’s rights and the suffragist movement.
Cutting about Lady Frances Balfour (nee Campbell), the Duke of Argyll’s sister, from an article titled ‘World of Women’ from an unknown newspaper published in around 1917. Lady Frances was at the forefront of women’s rights and the suffragist movement.
Scanned copy of a poem published in the Oban Times in 1979 titled ‘Beware the cows of Tiree’, by E Macintyre and E MacCaskill of Glasgow. It was in response to a previously published letter about the hazards of cows on Tiree roads.
Black & white photograph of the Tiree District Nursing team at the bridge at Cornaig Mill in around 1990. L-R: Ann MacKinnon, Storm Byfield, Flora MacKinnon, Jane Williams. Crouched: Mairi MacKinnon, Cairin MacLeod.