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1971

A piper's welcome to the Highlands long-playing record featuring the pipes and drums of Dornoch pipe band, pipe-major Kenny Macrae, dru...
stone dyke at Evelix handwritten note concerning the stone dyke at Evelix from the farmhouse to the old bridge erected by...
Sower at Dalchiel One colour photograph taken from a slide of John Kennedy using a hand seeder to sow a field at Dalch...
British Red Cross First Aid Cups Photocopy of a monochrome photograph taken in Wick of Marie Masson (originally from Dornoch) holding...
British Legion Deposit Account book Bank of Scotland Deposit Account Book for the Dornoch and District Branch of the British Legion. Ac...
Newspaper article 'Showing the Way' - Dornoch signposts Photocopy of Press and Journal (?) article of December 20th 1971 with the title 'Showing the Way' co...
Proceedings Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 1971-92 Nineteen bound copies of the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland covering the peri...
A piper's welcome to the Highlands Long-playing record (2005.052.01) featuring the pipes and drums of Dornoch pipe band, pipe-major Ken...
River Street improvement - complaint from Miss Ross Correspondence (17 pages) relating to the provision of details concerning the Church Street - River ...
Correspondence operational issues Dornoch Airstrip 1971 Correspondence in 1971 relating to operational issues for Dornoch Airstip (24 pages) including tele...
Complaints relating to low flying aircraft in Dornoch Correspondence in 1971 (6 pages) relating to complaints about low flying aircraft in the Dornoch are...
Correspondence related to Dornoch airstrip requirements Correspondence in 1971 and 1972 (9 pages) relating to a local fire officer's attendance at a trainin...

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