Tag Archives: teachers

2003.10.6

Photocopied letter to Mr A. H. Ross of Cornaigmore dated 14/4/1925 from the Superintendent of Edinburgh Met Office.

Letter to Mr A. H. Ross, headmaster of Cornaigmore School, dated 14/4/1925 from the Superintendent of Edinburgh Met Office about delaying the telegraphic weather reporting station on Tiree until guarantors can be found to bear 40% of the costs required by the Post Office.

2003.10.7

Photocopied letter to the Director of Education, Argyll County Council, dated 26/5/1925 from the Superintendent of the Edinburgh Met Office.

Letter to the Director of Education, Argyll County Council, dated 26/5/1925 from the Superintendent of the Edinburgh Met Office proposing that the headmaster of Cornaig School is employed as the observer for the weather reporting station at a rate of £50 p.a. The equipment and duties involved are listed.

2003.10.8

Photocopied letter to the Superintendent of the Edinburgh Met Office dated 27/8/1925 from the Argyll County Clerk.

Letter to the Superintendent of the Edinburgh Met Office dated 27/8/1925 from the Argyll County Clerk approving the headmaster D. O MacLean to run the Met Station at Cornaigmore.

2003.10.10

Photocopied letter from the Superintendent of the Edinburgh Met Office dated 13/6/1925 to the Air Ministry Met Office in London.

Letter from the Superintendent of the Edinburgh Met Office dated 13/6/1925 to the Air Ministry Met Office in London about the guarantors required by the Post Office in respect of the extension of the telephone line and replacement of the headmaster of Cornaig School when Mr Ross leaves.

2001.101.1

Audio cassette recording of Hugh MacKinnon, Heanish, talking to Maggie Campbell in 2001.

Hugh MacKinnon of Heanish talking to Maggie Campbell about the Mary Stewart bought by his father for Donald MacLean, Scarinish; his work on the roads before the war; joining the Merchant Navy in 1939; his brothers one of whom was awarded the DSC for Bravery at Dunkirk; his teachers at school in Scarinish, fishing by boat off Heanish.