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TITLE
Lifeboat fundraising event
EXTERNAL ID
QZP27_60_24_7
PLACENAME
unidentified
PERIOD
1890s; 1900s; 1910s
CREATOR
Charles & Dennis MacGrory
SOURCE
Argyll and Bute Library & Information Service
ASSET ID
30662
KEYWORDS
Royal National Lifeboat Institute
RNLI
New Quay
Charles MacGrory
fundraising
Lifeboat fundraising event

Some girls raising funds for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute, in Kintyre.

The first lifeboat station to be opened in the Kintyre area was the station at New Quay, Campbelltown, in 1861. Charles MacGrory, the photographer, was the secretary for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) for several years and took many pictures of fund-raising events in and around Campbeltown


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Lifeboat fundraising event

1890s; 1900s; 1910s

Royal National Lifeboat Institute; RNLI; New Quay; Charles MacGrory; fundraising

Argyll and Bute Library & Information Service

MacGrory Brothers Archive

Some girls raising funds for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute, in Kintyre.<br /> <br /> The first lifeboat station to be opened in the Kintyre area was the station at New Quay, Campbelltown, in 1861. Charles MacGrory, the photographer, was the secretary for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) for several years and took many pictures of fund-raising events in and around Campbeltown <br /> <br /> <br /> This image is available to purchase.<br /> For further information about purchasing and prices please email <a href="mailto: libraryhq@argyll-bute.gov.uk">Argyll and Bute Library & Information Service</a>