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A Sample of Kay's Letters and Papers
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Letter of congratulations to Kay. 20th April 1951.
Telegram to Kay "Heroine of Scotland".
Letter from Canadian schoolboy asking for signed stamps. 23th April 1951.
Letter of congratulations to Kay from the Scottish National Party. 30th April 1951.
Letter in Gaelic to Kay from California, USA. 1951
Invitation for "Gaelic Talk on Stone of Destiny" with BBC. 27th July 1951.
Letter to Kay from John Forsyth (from John Forsyth & Company) about her Tartan. 13th December 1951.
Letter to Kay from John Lawson (from Lawson & Sons, LTD.) about her Tartan. 9th January 1952.
Letter to Kay about teaching position at Achtercairn J.S. School. 19th September 1956.
Letter to Kay about helping with a Scottish Place-Name Survey. 10th March 1959.
Peom note to Kay about Stone of Scone (Destiny) from the Dean of Westminster.
Paper discussing The Gaelic of the West Ross-shire.
Paper "When and How? A Case for Bilingual Education" discussing the loss of Gaelic speakers.
Poem in Gaelic titled "Turus na H-Oidhche" about a journey on the train going home to Gairloch. Creator unknown.
Note on Gaelic Peom
Information on poem "Turus na H-Oidhche".
Note in Gaelic.
Itinerary for lectures in Canada, including one by Kay on the Stone of Destiny.
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