Emailed information about Hugh MacArthur, Tullymet, Gott/Scarinish (1892-1988).
Black & white photograph of Hugh MacArthur, Tullymet, Gott/Scarinish (top right), with his army pipe band at Fort George around 1916.
Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 418, 7/6/08
Local news: Tiree 10K; An Iodhlann re-opens; interview with Elaine Hutchinson; air link between Oban and islands; Helen Thompson professional kite-surfer; `Tiree Experience` day tour; the Tiree Association; architecture awards; MacLeans of Tiree and New Zealand; kite-building competition (goose scarers); `Pipathon`; closure of Craft Shop, Kenovay.
Selection of Gaelic and Scottish songs and music on vinyl records from the 1960s and 70s.
Eight 45rpm and ten 33rpm vinyl records of Gaelic, Scottish, classical and popular dance music, pipe music and songs from the 1960s and 1970s, including `My Isle Tiree` by Donald MacRae, `Roghainn Mairi` by Mairi MacArthur (of Tiree descent), `Norman MacLean Sings` (of Tiree descent), and `Inveraray Castle Ceilidh`, plus `Abdication of HRH The Duke of Windsor` recorded by Leslie Mitchell for the Sunday Express.
Photograph of ferry passengers being piped up Gott pier in 2006
Colour photograph of three pipers and a flag waver leading attendees of the A` Bhuain Homecoming up the pier to catch their ferry off the island in spring 2006. L-R: Angus MacPhail, Ruaig; Iain MacKinnon, Parkhouse, Balephetrish; Coinneach MacKinnon, Balinoe. Original held on CD in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1.
Photograph of four pipers piping a farewell to ferry passengers in 2006
Colour photograph of L-R: Robert Beck, Ruaig; Iain MacKinnon, Parkhouse ; Angus MacPhail, Ruaig; Coinneach MacKinnon, Balinoe, piping off attendees of the A` Bhuain homecoming at the ferry in spring 2006. Original held on CD in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1.
Photograph of the Tiree Pipe Band welcoming ferry passengers in 2006
Colour photograph of the Tiree Pipe Band playing on Gott Bay pier in 2006, welcoming passengers to Tiree at the start of the A` Bhuain homecoming for diaspora, organised by An Iodhlann. Original held on CD in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1.