The National Library of Scotland has launched an appeal to find the programme from the first National Mòd, held in 1892.
A similar appeal last year brought the programmes for the Mòds held in 1893 and 1894 into the Library's growing collection of Gaelic material. These were kindly gifted by the family of a former President of An Comunn Gaidhealach, Donald Thomson.
Preparations are being made for the opening of this year's Mòd in Lochaber on Friday (13 October). Once again the Library is asking the Gaelic community to help fill gaps in the national collection by giving it Gaelic pamphlets and leaflets from home which are no longer needed.
The Library is taking part in this year's Mòd for the third year running. It will have an information stand and will be running events as part of a continuing commitment to the Gaelic language.
Read more in the Mòd programme appeal media release.
11 October 2017