Photocopies of three airmail letters between brothers Angus (Gus) and Alasdair (Ali) McLellan, and to their mother Mrs R McLellan, Linlithgow, dated March 1943 and December 1944. Angus served with RAF Ceylon, while Ali served with the Hussars. The letter dated 20/3/1943 from Ali to his mother mentions Charles MacLean of Cornaig, who went missing in action: “Has Mrs MacLean heard any more news about Charles or is he still missing? She must be very upset over it all. How is his father taking the news?” The letters were found by the Findlaters in the old School House in Scarinish.
Record of Work for Cornaigmore School 1970-1974 in three volumes: (1) English, Environmental Studies, Arithmetic, examples of work by primary school children and summaries of their abilities (1970-71); (2) Modern Studies, History, Geography, Arithmetic, Algebra, Physical Education, Leisure Activities (1973-74); (3) Primary 1-5, numbers, sound, mathematices, English, (1973-74).
Class Summary registers for Cornaigmore Secondary School, 1971-1991, containing abstracts of daily registers and term summaries, listing date, class number, number on roll, days open, possible attendances, number of abscences. Does not contain pupils’ or teachers’ names. Thirty volumes.
Daily Registers for Cornaigmore Secondary School, 1963-1988, listing pupils’ names, date of birth, address, name of parent or guardian, admission date. Includes sick notes from parents and various other papers. Stored in batches: 1963-1969, 13 volumes; 1970-1979, 37 volumes; 1980-1988, 40 volumes.
Daily Registers for Cornaigmore Primary School, 1963-1994, listing pupils’ names, date of birth, address, name of parent or guardian, admission date. Includes sick notes from parents and various other papers. Stored in batches: 1963-1969, 17 volumes; 1970-1979, 30 volumes; 1980-1989, 25 volumes; 1989-1994, 19 volumes.
Chanter belonging to Captain Lachlan MacPhail, Tiree and Glasgow (b. 1890), who was a great piper and writer of bagpipe tunes, and who had a pipe tune named after him. The chanter was presented to An Iodhlann by his eldest grandson on behalf of Lachlan’s three daughters Isabel, Cath and Margaret, who spent the holidays in Tiree in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s.
Small hardback boook ‘An Ceud Leabhar Leughaidh’ containing 27 stories and poems in Gaelic, with an introduction by Domhnall Mac a-Phi (Donald MacPhee). Covered in brown wrapping paper. Handwritten on the outised and inside covers is “Cathie Sinclair, Cornaigmore High School, 1941”. From a series of Gaelic books for schools.