Photograph of Lydia Wysocki outside MacPhee`s old house
Black & white photograph of Lydia Wysocki (nee Brown) sitting on the machair outside MacPhee`s thatched house in the 1950s-60s. Lydia was the adopted daughter of Mary Ann and Archibald Brown, The Green. Original photo stored with 2010.75.1.
Photocard of the thatched house that was to become the Thatched Cottage Museum, Sandaig.
Colour photo postcard showing Taigh Mòr Bhig, The Terrace, Sandaig, when it was a dwelling house in 1976, and before it became a ruin and was bought by the Hebridean Trust in 1989 to be re-built and opened as The Thatched Cottage Museum in the 1990s. It later closed and was sold in 2010.
Black & white photograph of `The Bungalow`, Kenovay, in around 1960. Built by Captain John MacFadyen of Barrapol and his wife Flora (Cnoc Gorm, Kenovay), and used by their daughter Margaret and her husband Iain Nixon as a holiday home. (Original stored in filing cabinet 9 drawer 3)
Photograph of a view of houses and Ben Hough (from Middleton/Barrapol?) ca 1960.
Black & white photograph of a view of two croft houses and a thatched house around 1960, with Beinn Hough in the background. Taken through a car window on an unmetalled road possibly around Middleton or Barrapol.