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Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Image of a etching of the interior of a Dutch home in the 16th or 17th century with a couple dancing in the middle of the room while an older woman feeds cats and chickens and an older man watches in the background.
Scope and Contents Photograph of A[lex] Easton's house in British Columbia, Canada in the early 20th century. The image shows the farm house with Isabel Easton sitting on the veranda with a dog while Alex Easton walks across the yard with a pail. Behind the house is a forest.
Archaeological note about Aird Niseboast and accompanying sketch and stories about MacLeod of Harris and Campbells of Taransay, 11 July 1870
Scope and Contents Archaeological note about Aird Niseboast [Àird Niosabost, Na Hearadh] and accompanying sketch showing the dimensions of the obelisk and stones and describing their positions. He notes that there is no tradition about Àird Niosabost other than 'the Ord bhairneach na caillich'. The first story tells how MacLeod of Harris used to make a smudan to request the Ta[a]n[say] [Tarasaigh] peop[le] come to pay their rent' describing how proprietors can part company with or take on a new tenant. The second...
Archaeological notes on Kildonan and accompanying notes on Flora MacDonald and her husband, 24 May 1870
Scope and Contents Archaeological notes on Kildonan [Cill Donnain, Uibhist a Deas/South Uist]. The various sites relating to St Donain are described as Eilean Donain or Isle Donain, which is where the saint's house was, the house being '50 x 26 feet with several surrounding ruins' and the island itself being 70 yards long by 50 yards wide. Cladh Donain [Cille Dhonnain] is described as a peninsula separated from Eilean Donain by another island, the relative distances being noted, and containing a ruined chapel and...
Scope and Contents Photograph of a man standing in front of a concrete cottage in the 1920s. The handwritten text on the slide notes that the cottage has 4 rooms and costs £90. It also notes the thickness of the walls and roof and that the architect was W. Swainy of Rowntree & Co, York.