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Cornaigmore School in 1927

Photograph of Cornaigmore School with headmaster Donald MacLean in 1927.


Courtesy of Mrs Annie Kennedy

Cornaig School pupils in 1927 along with their headmaster Mr Donald MacLean who is seated in the centre of the picture.

Black and white photograph of Cornaig School, 1927.

Cornaig School, 1927. D. O. MacLean in centre.


Colour photograph of the Gaelic Unit weekend at Hynish, 1992.

L-R: (back) Catriona MacLean, Kilmoluaig; Monica Smith, Hynish; Adam Smith, Hynish; Craig Smith, Hynish; Josie Brown, Cornaigbeg; Dr John Holliday, Baugh; Donny Campbell, Kilmoluaig; (front) Alan Campbell, Kilmoluaig; Kirsty MacDonald,Hynish; Eilidh Campbell, Kilmoluaig; Christina Brown, Vaul; Johann MacLean, Kilmoluaig; Christina Cameron, Balevullin; Iain MacInnes, Ruaig; Ross MacLennan, Scarinish; Graeme Smith, Hynish; Donald Roddy MacKay, Balemartine; Michael Holliday, Baugh; John Campbell, Cornaigbeg; Ben Williams, Balemartine; Fraser MacInnes, Ruaig; Daniel MacGowan, Heylipol; Colin Brown, Cornnaigbeg.



Newspaper cutting `Graduations: Margaret Ann Campbell MacLean and Kirsty June Hunter`, 2002

Notice of university gradutions from the Oban Times: (1) photograph of Margaret Ann MacLean of Kilmoluaig who graduated with MB ChB BSc (Hons) in Medical Science from Aberdeen University, (2) photograph of Kirsty Hunter, Cornaigmore, who graduated with a 2/1 Honours MA degree in International Relations and Management from St. Andrews University.


Colour photograph of Tiree High School football team, 1996.

Tiree High School football team, 1996. L-R: (front) David MacFadyen, Graeme Smith, Michael Holliday, Ben Williams, Martin Gillespie, Craig Lapsley; (middle) Joyce Gillespie (P.E. teacher), Iain MacInnes, Alain Campbell, David Hunter, Donald Roddy MacKay, Christopher Gillespie, Ross MacLennan, John Campbell; (back) Jim Anderson.



Double spread feature about Tiree in the newspaper West Highland Star, 1997

Copy of the West Highland Star containing a feature about Tiree on pages 16 & 17. Includes articles about: (1) plans for a resource centre in Crosspol operated by Argyll & Bute Council Social Work Department which incorporate the local Forum for Disabilty and a youth café, with photograph of Primary 1 English and Gaelic units, (2) corncrake conservation and Dr Clive MacKay funded by RSPB and Scottish Natural Heritage, with photograph of Dr MacKay, (3) island gets ready for the longest running windsurfing event in the world, the Tiree Wave Classic, with photograph of Scarinish harbour, (4) young chess champion Daniel MacGowan chosen to represent Scotland in the European Youth Championship`s Under-12 section in Estonia, with photograph.


Obituary for Gabriel de Fontenay (1927-2001) from the Oban Times, December 2001. Gabriel taught French at Tiree High School from 1976 until his retirement in 1989, at which point he moved to Oban.

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