Pottery candlestick sold as a souvenir from Tiree.
Pottery candlestick with cream, brown and green glaze and the words `From Tiree – Dinna burn the caun`le at baith ends`. Stamped on underside with `Longpark Torquay`.
Copy of newspaper article about the Clydesdale horses bred by Donald MacIntyre.
Photograph of two thoroughbred Cyldesdale mares and their foals bred by Donald MacIntyre, Gott.
Two caps with badges.
Two black caps (as worn by soldiers in Highland dress) with unidentified badges made by Sandy (Sandy a` Ghobhainn) MacKinnon`s mother.
Mounted compass card from the Coastguard Hut in Balevullin used to find ships` bearing/direction.
Two samples of tapestry (unfinished slippers) made by Jean Stevenson, wife of Sam Stevenson, Crossapol.
Box for false teeth containing one Defence Medal with accompanying letter and certifcate.
Defence Medal presented to Alexander Campbell of Millport House, Hynish (Mary Cameron`s uncle) during WWII for service in the Home Guard.
Tiree in 100 Objects – 75 – Defence Medal The History of Tiree in 100 Objects
Black and white photograph of Dolly MacCallum with a visitor outside her café in Crossapol around 1960.
Dolly MacCallum outside her café at Viewfield, Crossapol with a visitor around 1960.
Photocopy of paper found in Salum House wrapped around a coin.
Message written on paper and wrapped around a coin then put in the foundations at the four corners for good luck. (Found by Biily Hayes in Salum House.)
Baumanometer (USA) brand of sphygmomanometer for measuring blood pressure in the 1930s and 40s. Belonged to the GP father of Elizabeth Robertson, Gott.
Three cotton reels.
Three wooden cotton reels with thread from `Melness`, Cornaigbeg. One is made by J & P Coats of Paisley, James Coats donated hundreds of books to Tiree’s schools and to the Reading Room (now An Iodhlann).