Found in 54 Collections and/or Records:
Custom in which a man going to the shore would call to his neighbours the rhyme beginning 'Eimh iuch iuch, S a mhuir air chrith'. The rhyme is composed of eight lines. Text has been scored through.
Res.1.3 Female resident, c.50 yrs, unmarried, corporation tenant, male interviewer, 16 November 1960
Summary of a brief meeting to set up an interview with a female resident in a ten-storey block. INTVER discusses wanting to speak to various people, old and new residents to increase understanding of suburban living and to be able to feed information back to local services which might be of benefit to residents. INTVEE thinks it is wrong that they mixed people up in the district - put the rough with the smooth.
Res.1.4 Married couple, early to mid twenties, corporation tenants, male interviewer, 16 November 1960
Res.4.1 Female resident, age unknown, married, corporation tenant, female interviewer, 8 September 1961
Res.4.5 Female resident, late twenties, married, corporation tenant, female interviewer, 15 September 1961
Res.4.6 Female resident, age unkown, married, corporation tenant, female interviewer, 22 September 1961
INTVEEs live in a four apartment flat. They think there is some animosity towards house owners form the older inhabitants who have always rented. Male INTVEE would like to have a car if they didn’t have the house payments and is quoted as saying "that's it - I'll feel I've arrived when I get my car". They go to church in Stockbridge but are not members of any organisations. They like most of all to go out together for a meal or a drink.