Various personal cards belonging to Charles McLean (1917-1941), son of Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay, kept by his family after going missing in action while serving in the RAF during WWII. Part of a large collection of items belonging to and about Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay (1890-1981), and his family.
Four photographs of Charles McLean (1894-1923), youngest son of Lachlan McLean and Mary McDonald, Kenovay, taken in around 1914-1920. Charles died at the age of 28 after being gassed on the Somme during WW1. Top left: Charles in the uniform of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, with his brothers Hector McLean (left) and Donald Archibald McLean (right). Top right: Charles (seated left) and two fellow patients in their ‘hospital blues’ uniforms. Lower left: Charles (standing 3rd from right, wearing Glengarry hat) and other patients and staff at the Army Hosptial. Lower right: Charles (seated left) in around 1914(?). Part of a large collection of items belonging to and about Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay (1890-1981), and his family.
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The Norman MacLean Show in the Lodge Hotel on 22nd September 2006.
Two minidisk recordings of the Norman MacLean Show in the Lodge Hotel on 22/9/2006, recorded by Maggie Campbell. (on two audio cassette tapes, both numbered AC415).
Poster for a live rock concert at An Talla in August 2005.
Poster for a Defenders concert held at An Talla on 12th August 2005.
Mini-disk recording of Janet Brown, Balephuil talking to Maggie Campbell in August 2005.
Seònaid Brown née MacArthur of Balephuil talks to Maggie Campbell in August 2005 about her schooling at Heylipol during World War II and afterwards at Cornaig, her school clothes, lunches, games, her classes and teachers, school discipline, evacuees and tinkers, Christmas parties, transport to school, ministers and childhood illnesses.
Poster and flyer for the `War Child` concert in July 2005.
Poster and flyer for the `War Child` concert held in An Talla on 16th July 2005.
Mini-disk recording of Elsa Campbell and Jane Allan talking to Dr John Holliday in Vaul in December 2004.
Elsa Campbell and Jane Allan of Vaul talk to Dr John Holliday in December 2004 about their memories of coming to Tiree on holiday from 1947 onwards, the ferry and plane, ceilidhs and board and lodgings in Vaul and Heanish.
Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 331, 13/11/2004.
Local news and events including the relocation of Civil Service jobs to Tiree, Christmas parties, fund-raising for Baugh surgery, the Bikers Casual Club, NHS 24. a news release from Tiree Development Partnership and news from the Business Centre, the SWRI, the school and the RSPB.
Colour photograph of the Defenders concert in An Talla on 31/7/2004.
The Defenders concert in An Talla on 31st July 2004 photographed by Dr John Holliday. L-R: Bruce Kemp of Balinoe; Andrew Findlater of Scarinish on the drums; Iain MacDonald of Balemartine; Gordon Scott of Cornaigmore and Sophie Isaacson of Kenovay.