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Digitised copy of Newspaper cuttings on the Tiree riots, 1886. Contains cuttings from The Daily Mail, The Morning Post, The Scotsman, The Glasgow Herald, The Daily News, The Oban Times, and The Standard reporting on the riots of 1886. There is no transcript for this item.

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From the archives of the Dukes of Argyll at Inveraray Castle, made available through the Written in the Landscape project.


Unopened copy of the Linlithgowshire Gazette, 4 July 1952, addressed to Superintendent MacLean, formerly of Kenovay. It contains an article about his retirement from the police force. Part of a large collection of items belonging to and about Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay (1890-1981), and his family.

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Hardback book ‘The Citizen Housewives’ Guide’, 1955. Published by the Evening Citizen (Glasgow) newspaper as a popular guide to housekeeping and domestic skills for women. Features cookery, wine-maiking, cleaning, knitting & dressmaking, cosmetics, hair care, perfume, mothercraft, health care, flower arranging, birthstones, holidays, using starsigns to find the perfect husband, weddings, party games.


Two copies of ‘The Dolphin and Gazette – the journal of the Imperial Merchant Service Guild’, July and October 1921. The July copy has “Mary Ann Lamont” handwritten on the cover. From the belongings of the Lamont/MacKenzie family of Harbour, Coales.


Softback book ‘Men Only’, November 1939, belonging to MacArthur, Caoles. The Men Only series of pocket magazines began in 1935, with the aim of bringing “bright articles on current male topics” to men. The Nov. 1939 edition features many war and military related topics.


Newspaper cutting from 1965 about the `problem of Tiree incomers`

Photocopy and originals of two letters to the editor published in the same edition of the Oban Times in 1965, angered by a previous letter-writer`s views, pen-name `Born and Educated in Tiree`, on the `problem` of incomers on Tiree speaking their minds. One is by AM MacLean, Kilmoluaig, and the other by RM Cameron, Scarinish. Given to Ishbel Neill by S. McQuarrie, widow of Iain McQuarrie of Coldingham, and formerly of Coll and Tiree.