Black and white photograph of Scarinish and the harbour from a postcard sent from Scarinish Post Office to Devonport in July 1947. Handwriting reads “Having a wizard leave!! Weather wonderful. Time too short”.
Collection of 18 postcards of photographs of Tiree, 1920-1960
Collection of 18 original postcards showing photographed scenes from Tiree, some of which are used and stamped. Most are duplicates of existing archive items. Six scanned and accessioned separately (V121-V126).
Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 419, 21/6/08
Local news: Dance Olympics at Tiree High School; butterflies; interview with Tony McEwen, Crossapol; progress of water supply upgrade; football training tour; SWRI Federation Show; social work staff awarded; bumblebees; Iain MacKinnon, Hillcrest, appointed as TRD Community Conservation Officer; Oban to islands air service; retiral of Morag MacKenzie from `Meals on Wheels`; Discover Tiree`s visitor information touch screens; Tiree Community Trust news: Crossapol enterprise zone, wave classic; harbour study, access, design guide, affordable housing, youth work, directors, staff, wind turbine (Tilley).
Photograph of Scarinish Harbour 1947
Black & white photograph of Scarinish Harbour from the air in 1947, probably taken from the platform of one of the five communications towers present at the time. The Mary Stewart is on the left. Note the lack of any building behind the pier. (original stored on CD in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1)
Postcard to Bob Petrie, Scarinish Hotel, 1975
Handwritten letter on a blank postcard to Bob Petrie, owner of the Scarinish Hotel, on 15th Jan. 1975, from Duncan M Mellis, regarding an enclosed old postcard of a line drawing of the hotel around 1906 (photo K2).