Newspaper cutting about a photograph of an old Communal Cheese Press made up of enormous stones at Scarinish. Unknown source.
Tiree Memories calendar 2016, produced by Alec Walker, Edinburgh. Photographs include Hughina MacKinnon (nee MacFadyen; Hughina Eachainn Bhuidhe), 1981; Willie MacPhee and Mary T MacPhee on a motorbike in Scarinish the 1960s; MacArthur’s Store in Scarinish, 1937; a calf being led off the ferry in 1981; Am Baile Ur, Balephuil, 1955; Brown’s Store in Balemartine, 1980; Tiree Aerodrome from the air 1942; groups of crofters at the Agricultural Show at Whitehouse, 2002; Lord of the Isles ferry at the linkspan pier in 1991; sheep shearing at Parkhouse in 1980; Balemartine School children 1947; puffer ‘Anzac’ at Caoles, 1950s; Mary Stewart sailing past Coll in 1930s.
Tiree Memories Calendar 2017, by Alec Walker. Includes photographs of Stewart Langley 1991, aerial view of the Co-op 1979, Kate MacDonald (Ceit Chalein) 1958, Scarinish harbour shoreside houses 1953, Ruairidh Lachainn and Domhnall Lachainn ca 1930, ferry ‘Iona’ 1991, Duncan & Margaret MacInnes 1991, Archie MacArthur (Eairdsidh Mor) and Margaret & Norman MacIvor 1990, two Regatta boats and sailors 1985, MacKinnon family at the Farmhouse in Balemartine 1924, mini cooper being loaded off ferry 1934, group of crofters at the Agricultural Show in 1968, Captain John MacDonald, ca 1970.
Letter dated July 1971 from Firemaster Robert Herbert of the Western Area Fire Brigade, Johnstone, to Volunteer Fireman Duncan MacPhee of Scarinish, praising his actions at a fire in Scarinish and notifying him of an ex gratia payment of 50p per hour.
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A bound executive summary from a document detailing the growth plan for Tiree’s Marine Sector 2017-2020. Produced by the Tiree Community Development Trust in 2017.
Collection of various photographs, brochures and postcard featuring An Turas during construction and after opening, 2001-2003. See 2017.51.15 for photograph of foundations.
Collection of around 40 newspaper and magazine articles, 2003-2011, reporting and commentating on the architectural art installation, An Turas, at Pier View, Scarinish, and its award-winning status.
Letter from the Royal Mail Philatelic Sector to Brian Milne, Tiree Art Enterprises, regarding the forthcoming issue of a new stamp featuring An Turas in 2006. Includes postcards of six buildings across the UK featured on stamps to celebrate contemporary architecture in the UK.