Black and white photograph of John MacLean haymaking at Cornaig in the late 1930s early 1940s.
John MacLean haymaking at Millhouse, Cornaig in the late 1930s early 1940s.
Black and white photograph of Donald Archie MacLean of Lochside, Kilmoluaig, building a haystack.
Donald Archie MacLean of Lochside, Kilmoluaig, building a haystack in the early 1950s. Donald Archie worked on fishery cruisers and later captained ships to Arran. On top of the haystack is one of the Millhouse boys, either Archie Dubh or Teon.
Black and white photograph of artist Duncan MacGregor Whyte.
Duncan MacGregor Whyte (1864-1953), artist, who built a studio at Ceann na Creige in Balephuill. He was the son of Rev. Charles Whyte, Congregational minister in Oban, and Eliza Farquharson, the daughter of Rev. Archibald Farquharson, Congregational minister in Tiree 1832-1878. He married Mary Barnard, another artist, who came originally from Holts in Wiltshire.
Black and white photograph of the motor launch used between Hynish and Skerryvore.
The teak motor launch in the process being built by a Chinese carpenter and Captain Donald MacDonald of Milton on board his vessel in the late 1920s early 1930s. It was used to take surveyors from Hynish to Skerryvore.
Metal cigarette box containing Royal Army Medical Corps buttons, a scarifier and a razor in its own box.
Metal cigarette box embossed with `State Express Cigarettes` containing 27 Royal Army Medical Corps metal buttons and 1 RAMC badge, a scarifier for bloodletting and a Wilkinson Sword razor in its own box, all previously owned by Elizabeth Robertson`s father.