The Royal National Mòd (1892-)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Neil Ross to Mr Holmes relating to Gaelic literature and the Mòd, 3 November 1931
Scope and Contents Letter from Neil ross to a 'Mr Holmes', dated 3rd of November 1931 (although there is a note in pen stating 'written May 19th 1932'), sent from Laggan near Kingussie, and discussing the survival and vitality of Gaelic language and literature in the Highlands.
Dates: 3 November 1931
Scrapbooks of Iain Moffatt-Pender
Collection — Box: CLX-A-1140
Scope and Contents Two personal scrapbooks of writer and Gaelic revivalist Iain Moffatt-Pender, comprising mostly clippings, photographs, and correspondence which together throw an interesting light on the social milieu of Scottish Gaelic revivalism in the first two-thirds of the twentieth century, including links with Irish artists and academics.The first album contains several black-and-white family photographs dating from the beginning and middle of the 20th century, a letter from John Macmillan dated 5...
Scrapbooks of Margaret Jane Campbell Hunter and Daisy Helen Burnley-Campbell
Content Description These two scrapboosk were compiled by Margaret Jane Campbell Hunter (a.k.a. Mrs Burnley-Campbell of Ormidale (1857-1938)) and her daughter Daisy Helen Burnley-Campbell (later Warrand (1891-1973)). Dealing with both public and private life, they contain a substantial quantity of material relating to Margaret’s participation in the Gaelic movement, including events devoted to Gaelic language, Highland culture, games and music. They also record her involvement in the suffragette movement,...