Laminated diagram naming islands and peaks seen from Caoles in full 360 degree panorama. In sequential strips representing the horizon in 30 degree sections (plus one 45 degree section). Text shows compass bearings and distances in miles. Based on Ordnance Survey digital contour data. Compiled by J Z de Ferranti in 1994.
Bound softback report ‘The Beaches of Northern Inner Hebrides’ by A. S. Mather, J. S. Smith and W. Ritchie of the Department of Geography, University of Aberdeen, 1975. Inventory of beach resources of Tiree, Coll, the Small Isles, and Skye, outlining the composition and characteristic of each. Chapter 2 is about Tiree. Signed at the front “In memory of Elizabeth and Mary Robertson, Glebe House, Gott. Donated [to An Iodhlann] by their sister Janice. January 2017”
See 1998.166.1 for a separate photocopy of chapters 1 & 2, and Appendices.
Memoirs of Alistair MacNeill, Hynish, ‘Wireless in my Life’ which recall his enjoyment of, and involvement in, wireless radio from his childhood in Hynish in 1941 to presenting a live broadcast from the Emirates Arena Glasgow during the run-up to the Commonwealth Games in 2014.
Softback book ‘Sreathan anns a’ Ghainmhich – bàrdachd, duanagan is òrain’ le Dòmhnall Eachann Meek, 2017. ‘Lines in the Sand’ is a collection of 136 poetry, rhymes and songs written by Professor Emeritus Donald E Meek (Falkirk and Caoles), inspired by the people and places of Tiree. 266 pages entirely in Gaelic.
Colour photograph of members of a fiddle class at the Tiree Fèis in 1998, with tutor Calum MacKinnon of Seattle, whose parents were from Tiree. L-R: Fiona MacRae, Balevullin and Taynuilt; Carrie MacLennan, Scarinish; Calum MacKinnon, Seattle; ?, ?, ?, ?.
Colour photograph of members of the fiddle class at the Tiree Fèis in 1998, with tutor Calum MacKinnon of Seattle, whose parents were from Tiree. L-R: Sarah Holliday, ?, Mairi Ann Munn, Jennifer MacKinnon, ?, Morven MacInnes.