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Murdo Maclean was a merchant and fish curer in Stornoway from shortly after the turn of the twentieth century. He learned his trade working with the merchant Mr Macintyre in Fort William and then with Kenneth Smith at Cromwell Street in Stornoway. The shop bearing Murdo’s name still trades on Cromwell Street in Stornoway. Murdo Maclean served on Stornoway Town Council continuously from 1900 to 1926.

Museum nan Eilean

Stornoway

  • Date

    c.1917

  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    51 x 40.5 cm

  • Accession number

    1990.58.30

  • Acquisition method

    transferred from Stornoway Burgh Council

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Museum nan Eilean

Francis Street, Stornoway, Western Isles HS1 2NF Scotland

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