The Photographs of Archie Chisholm by Michael Cope

Life and Landscapes in the Outer Hebrides 1881-1913

For the first time the unique photographic work of Archie Chisholm has been drawn together from several different sources - museum archives, private collections and published images. Procurator Fiscal at Lochmaddy in North Uist from 1881-1913, Archie was a keen amateur photographer and champion of crofters' rights. His photographs from this time reflect life, work and play in the Western Isles - cattle marts and village fairs, fishing and golf, whaling and crofting, family gatherings and eviction - but above all, Hebridean landscapes and seascapes.

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