• Twenty Years of Hebridean Memories

    by  • 24 July 2008 • Bibliography • 3 Comments

    by Emily Macdonald, niece of Lord Leverhulme and wife of Dolly Doctor.   Written in 1939 and privately published in 1965.

    An account of holidays in Lewis, marriage to Dolly Doctor, owning Uig Lodge and building Gisla Lodge, and general reminiscences 1918-1938.

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    3 Responses to Twenty Years of Hebridean Memories

    1. 20 July 2011 at 9:11 am

      Does anyone know where I might be able to obtain a copy of Emily Paul’s (MacDonald’s) book?

      • 22 July 2011 at 1:22 pm

        Two currently on Abe Books: http://goo.gl/tfN29. If they’re gone by the time you read this, worth setting up an alert.

        • Guadalupe
          7 April 2013 at 10:40 pm

          Years ago we had that happen,Maybe thngis have changed but some real estate agents gave no wanring and would go tramping thru one day i took daughter to school literally 4 blocks away they came thru and left by time i got back.Left their card.Drove me nuts people coming thru.Usually they do want to keep the tenats it shows it has good standing and will be able to be rented .(but they may raise rent).have they not just done a video camera visual thing people can look at it online first instead of everyone tramping thru it?I would inssists to be there because your belongings are there.good luck!

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