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Helensburgh Scout Leaders775 viewsHelensburgh Scout Leaders and Rover Scouts pose for a formal photograph, circa 1918. Image supplied by Geoff Riddington.
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Helensburgh Lions Club980 viewsMembers of Helensburgh Lions Club and their partners at the club's Burns Supper in January 1969. Front row centre is Clyde Street School headmaster Alex Douglas, a noted Burns speaker.
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Loch Lomond Rescue Boat915 viewsThe Luss-based Loch Lomond Rescue Boat, the St John, and its crew pictured at its jetty, with Ben Lomond in the background. This 2007 image — which is copyright Lochside Photography, Dumbarton — is used by the crew of 22 volunteers to present to sponsors who help with fundraising to meet the £12,000 annual running cost.
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Mardon House Outing1220 viewsResidents and staff from Mardon House, Helensburgh, pictured at Garelochhead Army Camp in October 1991, supporting nurses who were taking part in a charity assault course.
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Helensburgh Merchants996 viewsLeading members of Helensburgh Merchants Association, circa 1970. The men are Cyril Thompson of Kerrs, Bob McMeeking of C.G.Reid Ltd., and restaurateur David Milne.
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Millig SWRI celebrates904 viewsMembers of Helensburgh's Millig SWRI branch celebrated their 25th anniversary with a dinner in the Commodore Hotel on November 13 2001. In front are Myra Taylor, president Betty Tulloch, and Nanny Tomison; behind are Ruth Murdoch, Helen Rodger, Margaret Gilbert and Ann Steer. Entertainment was provided by the Helensburgh and Lomond Fiddlers.
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Mystery Rhu group1276 viewsThis image supplied by Alistair Quinlan show a Rhu group, possibly a church outing, circa 1910. Back row third right is his grandfather, William Lyon Winton, and sprawling on the grass front left is his brother, Arthur Burnett Winton. Their brother, Sidney Walker Winton, who was between them in age is probably wearing the white shirt, to the right of the cornet (5th right front). Any more information would be welcome.
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Scroll awarded65 viewsThe doyen of Scottish country dancing in Helensburgh, Norah Dunn, pictured receiving the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society scroll from Alan Carrie in November 1989. Image supplied by Anne Thorn.
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Helensburgh Amateur Operatic Society1199 viewsMembers of Helensburgh Amateur Operatic Society before a performance in the Victoria Hall in the late 1950s-early 1960s. Front (from left): celloist Rosemary Gillies, Mrs Erskine, conductor Arthur Brocklebank, violinist Mary Gray, violinist Mrs R.Paterson, pianist Doris Bryden; standing: unknown professional drummer, trumpeter Frank O'Donnell, unknown, unknown, bass Robert McLaren, clarinet/sax Johnny Campbell, Peter Reece, unknown, Mr Erskine. Image supplied by Lorraine Cavana.
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Rhu parents evening940 viewsChildren prepare to dance at a parents evening in Rhu Village Hall for nursery gardener Alec Parlane's Country Dance Classes, circa 1955. Image supplied by Alistair Quinlan.
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Royal Guide Colours965 viewsHRH Princess Louise, the Dowager Duchess of Argyll, who lived the later years of her life in Rosneath Castle, presents new colours to the 1st Rosneath Peninsula Girl Guides in 1928. On another occasion she presented the Union Flag to the 1st Cove and Kilcreggan Guides, and it is the oldest in the County of Dunbartonshire and still used in parades. She is also believed to have presented Campbell neckties to the Guides. Image by courtesy of Rosneath Castle Caravan Park.
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Helensburgh Red Cross1113 viewsMembers of Helensburgh Red Cross at a lecture in the Red Cross Hall in East Princes Street in February 1969. The man on the left is the late Ian Macneil who was involved with both the Red Cross and St Andrew's Ambulance Association in the local area for many years. The boy is Billy Irvine, at that time a Hermitage Primary School pupil aged about 10.
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