Tag Archives: plumbers

2013.133.1

Photograph of two girls at Crossapol Farm in 1953.

Black & white photograph of sisters Elizabeth Macmillan and Catherine Macmillan, Clydebank, feeding hens at the Paterson`s house at Crossapol Farm in 1953. Mairi Campbell, Corrairigh, is standing at the door in the background. They were visiting with their father, Willie Macmillan, who was installing water pipes. Macmillan and Paterson Ltd were a plumbing business in Clydebank. (original stored in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1)

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2013.133.2

Photograph of two girls playing with a pet lamb at Crossapol Farm in 1953

Black & white photograph of sisters Catherine Macmillan and Elizabeth Macmillan, Clydebank, petting a tame lamb at the Paterson`s house at Crossapol Farm in 1953. They were visiting with their father, Willie Macmillan, who was installing water pipes. The new pipes can are visible in the background. Macmillan and Paterson Ltd were a plumbing business in Clydebank. (original stored in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1)

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2001.174.1

Audio cassette recording of Bernie Smith, Hynish talking to Maggie Campbell in October 2001.

Bernie Smith of Hynish talks to Maggie Campbell in October 2001 about coming to Tiree aged four or five, his schooling at Balemartine, the Balephuil tragedy, his teachers and learning Gaelic, going to Glasgow at 16 to become a joiner, working with a plumber on Tiree, his boyhood, Sabbath observance, dances, changes at the airport, people in Balephuil, competing in the Mod, fishing and the Tiree bards; Bernie sings two Gaelic songs.