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Emily Taylor - c1930
The Cromarty Archive
Emily Taylor - c1930

Jean says "Another one of Emily aged 12 in her Girl Guides uniform.

Anyone recognise the house with iron railings and wall and do they still exist in Cromarty?"
Picture added on 03 September 2007
And wearing the world's first iPod, too. Amazing ;)
Added by Colin on 03 September 2007
Yes Colin, the "MacDonald" Girl Guide clan had to be very innovative in the 1930's.
Added by Jean Bell (nee Taylor) on 03 September 2007
I believe the item was called a "Macpod" and one could listen to all the Highland music day and night.
Added by Jean Bell (nee Taylor) on 03 September 2007
Possibly Reay house, George street.
Anonymous comment added on 05 September 2007
Don't think so. Reay House has waist-high walls with rails on top. Also, its walls don't slope like this.
Added by Colin on 05 September 2007
Is it not the house in Duke Street which used to be the Harbour Gallery?
Added by Rhoda on 05 September 2007
Is this the house next to police house on Bank street!!!!! ???
Added by HAZEL PENDLE (NEE MACLEAN) on 05 September 2007
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