Scale model of a dipping lug-sail boat the ‘Islean Thiriodh’ built for David Hepburn, Scarinish and Oban, by an “old” east coast fisherman, and based on David’s boat the ‘Eilean Thiriodh’ which was built by Colin Evans, Barcaldine, in 1998. The Eilean Thiriodh won several races in the Tiree Regattas.
Music CD ‘Chasing the Sun’ by Skerryvore, 2014
Music CD ‘World of Chances’ by Skerryvore, 2012
Music CD ‘Rescattermastered’ by Trail West, 2017
Music CD ‘The Seventh Wave’ by Skipinnish, 2017.
Music CD ‘An Dàn – Gaelic Songs for a Modern World’ by Mary Ann Kennedy, 2017
Printed eulogy read out at the funeral of Angus Munn, Heanish (1927-2015), written by his daughter.
CD recording of a BBC Radio 4 programme ‘Crossing Continents’ on Resignation Syndrome in refugee children in Sweden, with a note from Dr Margaret Mackay, School of Scottish Studies, Edinburgh, about the similarities with a condition in Tiree children known as barr a’ chinn.
Information and photographs regarding the link between a painting by Mary Barnard, her husband Duncan MacGregor Whyte (see 2018.49.1), and the subsequent owners of the painting. Duncan MacGregor Whyte (Mary Barnard’s husband) was friends with Alexander Lang MacArthur, Oban, whose son George was born within days of Tearlach MacGregor Whyte (see 2018.49.2). The painting was passed down the MacArthur line to Iain Alexander Currie MacArthur, Oban, and passed on to An Iodhlann after he died in 2017.