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Donaldson, Lochalsh Road, wedding group.
Reference: 25572a
Donaldson, Lochalsh Road, wedd...
Donaldson, Lochalsh Road, wedding couple.
Reference: 25572b
Donaldson, Lochalsh Road, wedd...
Donaldson, Lochalsh Road, wedding couple.
Reference: 25572c
Donaldson, Lochalsh Road, wedd...
Donaldson, Lochalsh Road, wedding group.
Reference: 25572d
Donaldson, Lochalsh Road, wedd...
Opening of the new Carrol House Orphanage, Island Bank Road, Inverness. The Carrol House Orphanage was officially opened at 3.00pm on Wednesday 26th August 1959 by Lady Maud Baillie CBE. Eighteen children, cared for by the Highland Orphanage Trust, moved from the old building in Culduthel Road a few weeks previously and settled in to the more compact and up-to-date premises. Robert Gilbert, chairman of the Board of Governors presided at the well-attended ceremony, which was also addressed by Provost Robert Wotherspoon. The matron was Mrs M. Maclean and the two house-mothers were Miss I. Ross and Miss N. Donaldson. A bouquet was presented to Lady Baillie by Heather la Freniere, one of the children in the home. (Courtesy James S Nairn Colour Collection). ~
Reference: jsn014
Opening of the new Carrol Hous...
Opening of the new Carrol House Orphanage, Island Bank Road, Inverness. The Carrol House Orphanage was officially opened at 3.00pm on Wednesday 26th August 1959 by Lady Maud Baillie CBE. Eighteen children, cared for by the Highland Orphanage Trust, moved from the old building in Culduthel Road a few weeks previously and settled in to the more compact and up-to-date premises. Robert Gilbert, chairman of the Board of Governors presided at the well-attended ceremony, which was also addressed by Provost Robert Wotherspoon. The matron was Mrs M. Maclean and the two house-mothers were Miss I. Ross and Miss N. Donaldson. A bouquet was presented to Lady Baillie by Heather la Freniere, one of the children in the home. (Courtesy James S Nairn Colour Collection). ~
Reference: jsn015
Opening of the new Carrol Hous...
Opening of the new Carrol House Orphanage, Island Bank Road, Inverness. The Carrol House Orphanage was officially opened at 3.00pm on Wednesday 26th August 1959 by Lady Maud Baillie CBE. Eighteen children, cared for by the Highland Orphanage Trust, moved from the old building in Culduthel Road a few weeks previously and settled in to the more compact and up-to-date premises. Robert Gilbert, chairman of the Board of Governors presided at the well-attended ceremony, which was also addressed by Provost Robert Wotherspoon. The matron was Mrs M. Maclean and the two house-mothers were Miss I. Ross and Miss N. Donaldson. A bouquet was presented to Lady Baillie by Heather la Freniere, one of the children in the home. (Courtesy James S Nairn Colour Collection). ~
Reference: jsn016
Opening of the new Carrol Hous...
Opening of the new Carrol House Orphanage, Island Bank Road, Inverness. The Carrol House Orphanage was officially opened at 3.00pm on Wednesday 26th August 1959 by Lady Maud Baillie CBE. Eighteen children, cared for by the Highland Orphanage Trust, moved from the old building in Culduthel Road a few weeks previously and settled in to the more compact and up-to-date premises. Robert Gilbert, chairman of the Board of Governors presided at the well-attended ceremony, which was also addressed by Provost Robert Wotherspoon (shown here). The matron was Mrs M. Maclean and the two house-mothers were Miss I. Ross and Miss N. Donaldson. A bouquet was presented to Lady Baillie by Heather la Freniere, one of the children in the home. (Courtesy James S Nairn Colour Collection). ~
Reference: jsn017
Opening of the new Carrol Hous...
Opening of the new Carrol House Orphanage, Island Bank Road, Inverness. The Carrol House Orphanage was officially opened at 3.00pm on Wednesday 26th August 1959 by Lady Maud Baillie CBE. Eighteen children, cared for by the Highland Orphanage Trust, moved from the old building in Culduthel Road a few weeks previously and settled in to the more compact and up-to-date premises. Robert Gilbert, chairman of the Board of Governors presided at the well-attended ceremony, which was also addressed by Provost Robert Wotherspoon (shown here). The matron was Mrs M. Maclean and the two house-mothers were Miss I. Ross and Miss N. Donaldson. A bouquet was presented to Lady Baillie by Heather la Freniere, one of the children in the home. (Courtesy James S Nairn Colour Collection). ~
Reference: jsn018
Opening of the new Carrol Hous...
Opening of the new Carrol House Orphanage, Island Bank Road, Inverness. The Carrol House Orphanage was officially opened at 3.00pm on Wednesday 26th August 1959 by Lady Maud Baillie CBE (shown speaking here). Eighteen children, cared for by the Highland Orphanage Trust, moved from the old building in Culduthel Road a few weeks previously and settled in to the more compact and up-to-date premises. Robert Gilbert, chairman of the Board of Governors presided at the well-attended ceremony, which was also addressed by Provost Robert Wotherspoon. The matron was Mrs M. Maclean and the two house-mothers were Miss I. Ross and Miss N. Donaldson. A bouquet was presented to Lady Baillie by Heather la Freniere, one of the children in the home. (Courtesy James S Nairn Colour Collection). ~
Reference: jsn019
Opening of the new Carrol Hous...
Opening of the new Carrol House Orphanage, Island Bank Road, Inverness. The Carrol House Orphanage was officially opened at 3.00pm on Wednesday 26th August 1959 by Lady Maud Baillie CBE (shown speaking here). Eighteen children, cared for by the Highland Orphanage Trust, moved from the old building in Culduthel Road a few weeks previously and settled in to the more compact and up-to-date premises. Robert Gilbert, chairman of the Board of Governors presided at the well-attended ceremony, which was also addressed by Provost Robert Wotherspoon. The matron was Mrs M. Maclean and the two house-mothers were Miss I. Ross and Miss N. Donaldson. A bouquet was presented to Lady Baillie by Heather la Freniere, one of the children in the home. (Courtesy James S Nairn Colour Collection). ~
Reference: jsn020
Opening of the new Carrol Hous...
Opening of the new Carrol House Orphanage, Island Bank Road, Inverness. The Carrol House Orphanage was officially opened at 3.00pm on Wednesday 26th August 1959 by Lady Maud Baillie CBE (shown here). Eighteen children, cared for by the Highland Orphanage Trust, moved from the old building in Culduthel Road a few weeks previously and settled in to the more compact and up-to-date premises. Robert Gilbert, chairman of the Board of Governors presided at the well-attended ceremony, which was also addressed by Provost Robert Wotherspoon. The matron was Mrs M. Maclean and the two house-mothers were Miss I. Ross and Miss N. Donaldson. A bouquet was presented to Lady Baillie by Heather la Freniere, one of the children in the home. (Courtesy James S Nairn Colour Collection). ~
Reference: jsn021
Opening of the new Carrol Hous...