Kenny MacDonald; c1950; 2011.62
Kenny MacDonaldAbout this object
A candid 'Polaroid'-style photograph of Kenny MacDonald resting on his bed. He is in his army uniform, so presumably indiciates that he was on National Service at the time.
Kenny MacDonald (known as Kenny 'Ain Dungain) was a cook or chef in the army. In civilian life, he was a postman, baker and butcher, as well as being a crofter in his home township of Culduie, Applecross.
1950sMedium and Materials
PhotographSubject and Association Keywords
Janet Elizabeth MacDonald CollectionCredit Line
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