Dornoch Historylinks Image Library

2018

CFC troops preparing a meal Monochrome photograph showing eight men, three in uniform and five in whites engaged in food prepar...
Western end of Elizabeth Crescent Colour slide showing the western end of Elizabeth Crescent, with its established housing, at its jun...
Dornoch Dairy 1 pint milk bottle A 1 pint milk bottle, embossed with the name of the Dornoch Dairy and 'Phone 245'. This type of mil...
Congregation leaving the Cathedral Eighth in a series of 8 colour slides recording the 'Last Kirking of Dornoch Town Council' in 1974. ...
The History of Highland Hospitals Project Digital recording of a talk to the Dornoch Heritage Society on 15 February 2018 by Jim Leslie on hi...
Balancing act in the butchery business Copy of an article published in the Northern Times entitled 'Balancing act in the butchery business'...
Brora and its quirks Digital recording of a talk to the Dornoch Heritage Society on 20 March 2018 by Dr Nick Lindsay on ...
Embo Nursing Home An account of the Embo Nursing Home produced as part of the Highland Hospitals Project. (see also 2...
Family history of Alexander Ross Gray Copy of the family history of Alexander Ross Gray born in Paisley 6 November 1898 who died in 'Benor...
DHS talk Embo Marriage Stone MP3 recording of a talk by Graeme Muckart to the Dornoch Heritage Society on 19 April 2018. The st...
Notes for distributed at a DHS talk on the Embo Title continues ''Marriage Stone''. Copy of 'Some Notes Concerning the Armory on the Embo Armoria...
Museum raises visitor experience Article published in the Northern Times of 11 May 2018, with accompanying colour photograph, records...

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