Colour photograph of Hector MacPhail`s skiff `Rising Sun` at Milton harbour.
Hector MacPhail’s skiff `Rising Sun` in Milton harbour. Built by Stewarts of North Uist, Hector bought her in 1968 and sold her in 1972.
Twenty-seven colour photographs of Milton taken by Strathclyde Police.
Twenty-seven colour photographs of the burnt-out fishing boats at Milton taken from a Strathclyde Police helicopter after the accident on 20th March 2004.
Laminated photocopy of a newspaper cutting about Johnny MacKenzie, the Firhill Flyer.
Short article and photograph of famous footballer Johnny MacKenzie of Caoles.
Colour postcard of Milton harbour.
Milton harbour in 1984.
L-R: Venture owned by Willie Robertson; Frige owned by Charlie Dobson; Kohoutek owned by Iain MacDonald; Ros Nuala owned by Hector MacPhail. (Original postcard in Filing Cabinet 8 drawer 4)
Newpaper article about the presentation of the King`s Silver Jubilee Medal to civil engineer Archibald MacDougall (1889-1961), son of Rev. Allan MacDougall of Milton.
Newspaper cutting about Neil MacDougall, son of Rev Allan MacDougall.
Article about Neil MacDougall, son of Rev. Allan MacDougall, who was appointed headmaster of Ruaig school in 1909.
History of the MacDougall house at Port Ban, Milton.
History of the MacDougall House at Port Ban, Milton, by Catriona Finnegan and illustrated with colour photographs.
Colour photograph of Colin MacFadyen`s thatched house at Milton in 1978.
Colin MacFadyen`s thatched house at the point at Milton in 1978. L-R: Callum Smyth and Colin MacFadyen.
Black and white photograph of Hugh Rose MacDougall (1900-1922).
Hugh Rose MacDougall (1900-1922), the son of Rev. Allan MacDougall of Milton and his wife Catherine MacDonald from Skye.
Black and white photograph of Catherine MacDonald (1856-1931).
Catherine MacDonald (1856-1931), the wife of Rev. Allan MacDougall of Milton and her sister Annie, probably taken in the 1880s.