Dates: 1990s


Historic Scotland publication `A List of Ancient Monuments in Scotland 1997`.

List of prehistoric, Roman, ecclestistical, secular and industrial monuments, crosses and carved stones.


Double spread feature about Tiree in the newspaper West Highland Star, 1997

Copy of the West Highland Star containing a feature about Tiree on pages 16 & 17. Includes articles about: (1) plans for a resource centre in Crosspol operated by Argyll & Bute Council Social Work Department which incorporate the local Forum for Disabilty and a youth café, with photograph of Primary 1 English and Gaelic units, (2) corncrake conservation and Dr Clive MacKay funded by RSPB and Scottish Natural Heritage, with photograph of Dr MacKay, (3) island gets ready for the longest running windsurfing event in the world, the Tiree Wave Classic, with photograph of Scarinish harbour, (4) young chess champion Daniel MacGowan chosen to represent Scotland in the European Youth Championship`s Under-12 section in Estonia, with photograph.


Colour photograph of the four MacKinnon sisters who emigrated to New Zealand in 1927.

The four MacKinnon sisters who emigrated to New Zealand in 1927. L-R: Ann MacPhee, Dolina Campbell, Mary Tinney and Sarah Urban. Taken in 1990 in New Zealand on Mary`s 70th birthday. Dolina is pictured on her grandfather`s knee in L88.



Two wire-bound brochures from architects Seymour Harris.

Information about Seymour Harris, C.V. for architect John Westwood, examples of the practice`s work and plans for the new public hall, Taigh Cruinneachadh Thiriodh.