Softback book ‘Men Only’, November 1939, belonging to MacArthur, Caoles. The Men Only series of pocket magazines began in 1935, with the aim of bringing “bright articles on current male topics” to men. The Nov. 1939 edition features many war and military related topics.
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.
Softback book ‘Tramp Steamers at War’ by George Gunn, 1999, recalling his days at sea as a young seaman during 1941-1945. He served on the steam ship ‘Baron Forbes’, under the command of “the legendary” Captain Lachlan MacPhail, Tiree (pp 81-86).
Softback book ‘The Campbells of the Ark – Men of Argyll in 1745, Vol. 2 – The Outer Circle’ by Ronald Black, 2017. A portrait of the leading men of Argyll in the 18th Century, and the rising of the ’45 as seen through the eyes of Highlanders who helped to crush it. Volume 2 presents leading characters who were not Campbells, and a study of the 63 local companies of the Argyllshire Militia of 1745-6.
Softback book ‘The Campbells of the Ark – Men of Argyll in 1745, Vol. 1 – The Inner Circle’ by Ronald Black, 2017. A portrait of the leading men of Argyll in the 18th Century, and the rising of the ’45 as seen through the eyes of Highlanders who helped to crush it. Volume 1 begins with biographies of the 31 Campbells who were subjected to trial by water for their part in defeating Prince Charles’s army.
Softback booklet ”S Fheairrde Duine Gaire’ by Teàrlach MacLeòid, 1978. Sixteen short stories in Gaelic by Charles MacLeod, Isle of Lewis (?).
Softback booklet ‘Camhanaich – Sgeulachdan Goirid’ by Dòmhnall Iain MacIomhair, 1982. Thirty short stories in Gaelic by Donald Iain MacIver, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis.
Softback book ‘Sgeulachdan a Seisiadar / Tales from Sheshader’ by Chris and Bill Lawson, 1990. Stories from the village of Seisiadar in east side of the Isle of Lewis. Also on audio cassette (AC9 – not digitised).
Softback book ‘Ugam agus Bhuam’ by Pàdruig Moireasdan, 1997. The Gaelic stories and songs of Patrick Morrison of the Isle of Grimsay, Uists, chosen and edited by Dòmhnall Eairdsidh Dòmhnallach.
Softback book ‘Na Fogarraich / The Immigrants’ by Calum MacMhaoilein, 1990. A story in Gaelic about people emigrating from Caithness to Cape Breton.