Photocopy of typed pages about a set of bagpipes reputed to have been played on Culloden field.
Legend of the bagpipes reputedly played at Culloden,how they came into the possession of John Brown from Tiree whose ancestor, according to legend, learned to play the pipes by magic.
Photocopy of article in unknown Ottawa newspaper 14/6/1952 about the battle of Culloden.
History of the bagpipes reputed to have played at Culloden with a photograph of the pipes and of H. C Nolan, the present owner and grandson of John Brown from Tiree.
Newspaper article `The Quern-Dust Calendar – Her Heart`s Youthful Prize` by Ronald Black.
The story behind the song `Mo Run Geal Og`.
Photocopied bibliography `Tiree 1750-1920`
List of 21 books about Tiree giving author, title, place and year of publishing.
Photocopied family tree for the MacFadyens of Tiree and Lismore.
(1) Family tree of the descendants of John MacFadyen, Scarinish, and Janet Munn, married 10/2/1789. (2) List of deaths, births and marriages for the descendants of John MacFadyen, Scarinish, and Janet Munn.
Photocopy of family tree for Neil Kennedy and Flora McLean.
Family tree for Neil Kennedy of Balephuil and his wife, Flora McLean of
Book `MacLean Manuscripts in Nova Scotia` by Colm O Baoill
A catalogue of the Gaelic verse collections MG15G/2/1 and MG15G/2/2 in the Public Archives of Nova Scotia.
Booklet `Hebridean Decade – Mull, Coll and Tiree, 1761-1771` by Nicholas MacLean Bristol.
History and description of the lairds of Mull, Coll and Tiree from 1761 to 1771.
Booklet `Tiree Bards and their Bardachd` by Eric Cregeen and Donald W. MacKenzie.
History and examples of bardachd from 1757 to 1978.