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The Invergordon Archive

Laura Kelly

Family Memories
My dad was Allan Maclennan, who lived at 24 High Street. Was brother of Alexander (Ack), Jim and Evelyn Maclennan. He moved to Belfast after the war and married Josephine McComb and had 3 daughters - Anna, Evie and me Laura. He was a part time musician and came from a musical family - his brother Jim was church organist and music teacher. These are some photos we have got together since discovering this website.

The Pipe Band at Beauly Camp (The date of the picture is unknown)
Recital at the YMCA Violin and piano recital at the YMCA Invergordon – taken by flashlight. Alick the Polish violinist...
Polish Dance Orchestra The Polish dance orchestra with their own pianist (date unknown).
Jim Maclennan Jim Maclennan – church organist and music teacher (date unknown)
Invergordon Tennis Club The tennis club in 1937. Dad (Allan Maclennan) is in the back row 3rd from the right.
Violin and Sax Allan Maclennan with his sister Evelyn (approx 1930).
Allan Maclennan What a dapper lad (approx 1937).
Gala day at Invergordon Allan Maclennan is on the greasy pole. The picture was taken by the late John Macpherson 1936.
Pied Pipers Allan Maclennan as piper on the left (date unknown).

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