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2016.27.1

Copy of an oil painting by D McConnachie of dipping lug-sail boat the ‘Morag’ owned by Donald Lamont, Ruaig. On the back, the artist expresses their pleasure at it residing with Mona MacLean, The Coolins, Scarinish.

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2016.22.1

Black & white photograph of Hugh MacArthur, Tullymet, Scarinish/Gott, in his army piper uniform in 1915. Hugh was born in Hynish House in 1829. His father, Donald MacArthur (1850-1942), had been brought over by the Duke of Argyll from Tulliemet in Perthshire as a farm manager, as a “neutral” with no direct Tiree connections. His mother was Annie MacPhail (1851-1927). Hugh married Jessie Drummond Duff, Hynish, in 1921. Hugh served in the army in both the Cameron Regiment (no. S/25888) and Gordon Regiment (no. S/40968).

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2016.19.1

Black & white photograph of the full complement of children of Scarinish School during a swimming lesson at the beach opposite the school in summer 1968. Top left: Maie. Others present (not in order): Mairi Morrison, bank manager’s daughter; Fiona Johnstone, teacher’s daughter; Lena MacNeill, Machair, Scarinish; David Weatherstone, dentist’s son; Jennifer MacFadyen, Pier Road; Gary Johnstone, teacher’s son; Neil Maclean, butcher’s son; Drew Beck, vet’s son; Jacky MacFadyen, Pier Road; Alexander MacFadyen, Pier Road; Jane Weatherstone, dentist’s daughter; Alison Petrie, daughter of the proprietor Scarinish Hotel; Christine Calvert, doctor’s daughter; May Johnstone, teacher; Lachlan MacFadyen, Pier Road; Archie MacKinnon, Church Farm, Kirkapol; Brian MacFadyen, Pier Road. (Original in Filing Cabinet 10 drawer 2)

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2015.40.4

Collection of 29 black & white photographs and postcards retrieved from Mannal House featuring members of the MacDonald family, Catherine Campbell, Annie Campbell, Private H MacDonald, and their relations, around 1900-1930s. Some of these photos are catalogued individually (2015.40.6 – 2015.40.23).