Glen Mhor Logbook 1st June 1936
We're going to be going through this log (Highland Archives HCA/D31/4/1/25), which I've discussed the importance of previously, and hopefully gaining a new perspective on the inner workings of a distillery during this period. Kicking off by starting in 1936 and noting the writing is faint in some areas so I've tried my best to decipher what I can.
This entry shows us the practicalities of running a distillery and following the letter of the law - even when planning maintenance during the silent season. Even entering the said premises to engage in simple work required approval and documentation.
This bodes well for the rest of the log in terms of what information and detail it will reveal.