Small pair of ‘Le Jockey Club, Paris’ binoculars in their original leather case. Thought to be made in Paris around WWI for watching opera and field sports. Probably used on Tiree for monitoring livestock.
Copied article from magazine `Kite Boarder` about kite-boarding on Tiree.
Article in French about kite-boarding on Tiree illustrated with colour photographs.
Photocopied extract from `Glorious Canaries Past & Present 1902-1994` by Mike Davage.
Information and photograph of Archibald MacEachern Campbell 1897-1987 (an uncle of Mairi Brady) who played as full back for Norwich City F.C. from 1924-28.
Black and white photograph of Cornaig School Sports Day in 1932.
Cornaig School Sports Day 1932 on Bealach Bhan across from the school. The man nearest the sauce box is Archie Sinclair, Barrapol, and on his right Malcolm MacLean, Salum. Both men have their bagpipes with them. Of the group of three men in front of them, the one on the left is the headmaster, Mr Morrison.