Black and white photograph of a plough team at Maraekakho in New Zealand.
A typical plough team at Maraekakaho in New Zealand in the 1930s or 1940s.
Journal extract `Crofters` Common Grazings in Scotland` by James R. Coull.
Paper on common grazings in Scotland with references to Kenovay, Salum, Barrapol, Hough, Balephuil, Ruaig, Hynish and the Reef.
Donald MacIntyre and Lady Dawn
Photograph of Donald MacIntyre with his Clydesdale mare Lady Dawn of Gott.
Courtesy of Mrs Claudia Ferguson-Smyth
Donald MacIntyre was photographed with his Clydesdale mare Lady Dawn of Gott in the summer of 2006 by Claudia Ferguson-Smyth. Dawn is looking somewhat dejected. She has been tormented by clegs (horse-flies); the lumps from their bites can be seen on her flanks.
Donald has bred Clydesdale horses for nearly seventy years and exhibited them regularly at the Highland Show at Ingleston outside Edinburgh. He once won fourth prize for a three-year-old mare in the 1970s and enjoyed competing in the horse-shoeing events.
From a long line of blacksmiths in Gott, Donald has always made and fitted the shoes for his own horses. Before the days of tractors he used to go to Coll every March and November for about a fortnight to shoe horses and repair farm implements. His is the last working smithy on Tiree.
Colour photograph of Donald MacIntyre of Gott with his Clydesdale mare Lady taken in the summer of 2006.
Donald MacIntyre of Gott with his Clydesdale mare Lady photographed in the summer of 2006 by Claudia Ferguson-Smyth.
CD with eighty-one images of the heavy horse event at 6 Kenovay on 21 July 2007.
Eighty-one photographs of the heavy horse event at 6 Kenovay on 21 July 2007 taken by Peter Knapman of Kenovay.
Minidisk recording of Tom MacMillan of Rothesay talking to Maggie Campbell on 22/7/2007.
Tom MacMillan of Eskchraggan Farm in Rothesay talks to Maggie Campbell in July 2007 about his visit to the Agricultural Show with his Clydesdale horses Jock and Jeannie, the ploughing demonstration he gave at 6 Kenovay, and the breeding and welfare of Clydesdale horses.
Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 397, 11/8/2007.
Local news and events including Rona Campbell skippering the `Clansman`, Gaidhlig air a` Bhata, Council concerns over foot and mouth outbreak and July`s regatta.
Audio recordings of Jean MacCallum of Balevullin talking to Maggie Campbell on 20/6/2007.
Two cassette tapes (labelled AC430 1 & 2) of Jean MacCallum, Balevullin, talking with Maggie Campbell in June 2007. Tape 1 – about her trip to Orkney with Tiree Rural Development, the differences and similarities between the farming practices and way of life there, and the different resources on Orkney. Tape 2 – about her trip with Tiree Rural Development to Orkney and the hand-knitted jackets and waistcoats made there.
Minidisk recording of Lachie MacFadyen of Caoles talking to Maggie Campbell on 4/7/2007.
Lachie MacFadyen of Caoles talks to Maggie Campbell in July 2007 about the Tiree Rural Development to Orkney, how Orkney compare with Tiree, the crofting techniques practised there, the famous bere barley mill, their religious beliefs and the Italian Chapel decorated by Italian POWs.
Three handwritten pedigrees for Clydesdale stallions.
Three handwritten pedigrees for Clydesdale stallions: Worthiness, Cauldbarns Pioneer and the third unnamed.