Black and white photograph of the motor launch used between Hynish and Skerryvore.
The teak motor launch in the process being built by a Chinese carpenter and Captain Donald MacDonald of Milton on board his vessel in the late 1920s early 1930s. It was used to take surveyors from Hynish to Skerryvore.
Audio cassette recording of Angus MacLean, Scarinish and Iain Fraser, School of Scottish Studies, on 24/8/1976.
Angus MacLean talks to Ian Fraser of the School of Scottish Studies on 24/8/1976 about the place names of Caoles and Milton. Tha Aonghas Mac ’Ill ’Leathain (Aonghas Dhòmhnaill Eòghainn Mhòir) a’ bruidhinn ri Iain Friseal o Sgoil Eòlais na h-Alba ann an Lùnasdal 1976 mun ainmean-aite a’ Chaolais agus Mhilton.
Map of Vaul, Salum, Caoles, Milton, Brock, Ruaig and Kirkapol showing contour lines, roads and paths, boundaries, townships and buildings, bridges and cattle grids, rivers and drains, sites of antiquities, vegetation and rock features.
Photocopied collection of documents, poems, books and leaflets from Taigh Port na Spaineach.
Photocopied collection of 49 Gaelic poems, six birth, death and marriage certificates, correspondence relating to pensions, four books of insurance contributions/union membership, bundle of personal letters, bundle of religious tracts, various brochures, instruction leaflets and hymn sheets, found in Taigh na Spaineach and given to An Iodhlann by Derrick Wolstencroft but originally belonging to the family of Iain MacAthur, Taigh MhicArtair. Milton. Originals stored in Main Store West, archive box 53.