Black & white photograph of Graeme MacKinnon (1921-2000), grandson of Archibald MacKinnon, Vaul, who emigrated to Australia in 1876. Graeme became an Antarctic explorer and geographer responsible for mapping Antarctica. McKinnon Island and McKinnon Glacier in the Antarctic are named after him.
Black & white postcard photograph of an elderly woman holding a baby on her lap outside a house (not Tiree). Found in a collection of photographs connected to Marion MacLeod, Port Mor, Sandaig, and likely to be of her relations. On the reverse is written “Miss M MacLeod, Sandaig, Middleton, Isle of Tiree”, plus notes on colours of features and clothing of both subjects.
Collection of 42 scanned black & white photographs of people and places connected to Marion MacLeod, Port Mor, Sandaig. Most are portraits of un-named adults and children, with others of soldiers in uniform, crofters at work, and houses in Sandaig. A selection are catalogued separately: see 2019.81.2 – 10
Photocopied tribute to Annie MacIntyre, Gott Farm, written by Lady Fergusson of Kilkerran in around 1955. Annie was the housekeeper and friend of the various members of the family of the Dukes of Argyll when they were staying at The Lodge, over a span of 50 years.
Softback book ‘Shore Lines – word pictures from an island’ by Donald E Meek, 2019. A collection of verse in English composed by Donald Meek, Caoles, about his life on Tiree from the 1950s to the present. Signed by Donald for An Iodhlann.
Black & white photograph of Rev Dr Dugald MacFarlane (1869-1956), Moderator of the Church of Scotland during 1937-1938. Dugald was one of the sons of the Rev Duncan MacFarlane and Catherine MacLachlan (both of Tiree), who lived at Baugh Manse.