A lovely collection of poetry by ‘Calum Ruadh’ (1902-1978) of Braes, Skye.
Publisher: Gairm Publications
Publication date: 04 March 1999
Gairm, 1975. 62 pages. Hardback.
A lovely collection of poetry by 'Calum Ruadh' (1902-1978) of Braes, Skye.
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