Collection of 12 assorted invoices and receipts belonging to the Tiree Agricultural Society and Show Committee, 1984-1990. Includes those from Tiree Hall Committee, Archibald Brown & Son Merchants, Balemartine & Crossapol, Sruthan Stores, Crossapol, Andrew Irvine & Sons, Tighnabruaich, Balephetrish Guest House and the Lodge Hotel.
Solicitors’ copy of a Minute of Agreement between Tiree Public Hall Management Committee and Tiree Agricultural Show Committee regarding a loan of £500 from the show committee to the hall committee in 1990, and the conditions of its repayment. Signed by Grace C MacKinnon and Monica Smith for the show committee, and Donald M MacDonald, Heanish, and Jack Carter, Balephetrish, for the hall committee.
Handwritten Income / Expenditure ledger for Tiree Agricultural Society, 1954-1988. Includes auditors reports and signatures.
Handwritten Income / Expenditure ledger for Tiree Agricultural Society, 1911-1953. Includes auditors reports and signatures.
Tiree Parish Newsletter for the year ending December 1966, by the Rev W J MacLeod, with news about the church buildings and activities, and Kirk Session financial statement.
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Photocopy of the certificate from the French government to Captain Neil MacLean, Caoles, which accompanied the Silver Medal of Rescue awarded to him in 1928 for his part in the rescue of a stricken French vessel in 1927. Includes typed notes by Neil MacLean’s nephew, Archie MacLean, on the French used in the certificate and the English translation.
Framed certificate from the Merchant Marine of France to Captain Neil MacLean, Caoles, accompanying the Silver Medal of Rescue awarded to him in 1927 for his part in the rescue of a stricken French vessel.
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Translation: The Minister of Public Works certifies that, by a Decree of 6 March 1928, the President of the French Republic has awarded the Silver Medal for Rescue to Mr N. McLean, English subject, captain of the English steamship ‘Dunston’, in recognition of the part he played, on 4 December 1927, in taking on board his ship the crew members of the French vessel ‘Amphitrite’ which was in peril having been dismasted and disabled in the storm off the coast of Brittany. By the Minister, The Director of Work Services and Navigational Studies, Paris 19 March 1928.
An Iodhlann’s visitors book 1/8/2012 to 24/8/2018, containing the names of visitors to the Historical Centre, their date of visit and their comments.
Handwritten invoice and receipt for fencing material from West Highland Crofters and Farmers Ltd (Scarinish) to Dr John Holliday, Baugh, 1989.