Hardback book ‘Lady Frances – Frances Balfour, artistocrat suffragist’ by Joan B Huffman, 2018. Lady Frances was the 8th Duke of Argyll’s daughter. She was interested in politics from an early age, and became the constitutionalist’s main lobbyist with Parliament in 1889.
White cotton lace-bordered handkerchief made by Katie MacKinnon, Lodge Farm, Kirkapol in around 1920.
Examples of lacework made by Katie MacKinnon, Lodge Farm, Kirkapol, in around 1910.
Brass belt buckle from a Boys Brigade uniform, ca 1950s.
Typed article about the catastrophic sand-blow at Hough in around 1815, which buried croft land and dwellings, and forced the majority of residents to move to Kilmoluaig. Written by Dr Margaret MacKay (School of Scottish Studies, Edinburgh University) for presentation at an Oral History conference in France in 1982. Includes the conference programme.
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