Colour photograph of Kilkenneth chapel after renovation.
Softback book ‘All Built to the Same Pattern’ by Bob Chambers, 2020, about croft house design in the Hebrides between 1900 and 1939. Examining why and how they were built, and their legacy.
Scanned copy of a typed appeal to raise £15,000 for the Tiree Public Hall Renovation fund during the 1980s. Signed by C A MacLennan, Chairperson. The appeal was for the old hall at Crossapol.
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Typed article about ‘Buildings of Tiree’ written by Geoffrey Stell in around 1970.
Hand-drawn plan of the proposed location of the new Cooperative building within Scarinish in 1950. Includes the location of the site of the burned out original store, a petrol pump at the roadside in front of the shop, the layout of a proposed bypass road to the north, and the Temperance Hotel. Drawn by J. McA. for SCWS Ltd, Architectural Dept., Glasgow.
Photocopied extract from an architect’s design report regarding the repairs and conversion of the Old Barracks building at Hynish, 1990. Prepared by ARP Architects and Quantity Surveyors for The Hebridean Trust.
Handwritten notes made by Ailig MacArthur, Heylipol, about tin churches and the introduction of post office vans in the 1950s.
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Four black & white photographs of the family of Hector MacLean (1882/3-1970), Kenovay and Balephetrish, and his wife Margaret/Maggie Janet/Jessie McMaster, during 1940-1960. Top: the wedding of Hector’s son, Donald McLean, in around 1940. (L-R) Alister McLean (nephew of Hector), Donald McLean, Margaret (Donald’s bride), Margaret McLean (daughter of Hector). Middle: the wedding party including Hector (2nd from left), Maggie Jessie (next to Alister), Donald Archie McLean and his wife Euphemia (2nd row, 3rd & 4th from right). Bottom left: Hector on far right, and Maggie Jessie 2nd from the left. Bottom right: Hector’s house at Druimfraoich, Kenovay in 1956, after restoration. Part of a large collection of items belonging to and about Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay (1890-1981), and his family.
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