A History of the church in Forgan Parish, an account written by the Rev Albert Bogie in 1974, to mark 850 years of the church in Forgan.
Advertisement in the 1924 Guide to Newport for Chalmers the chemist, whose shop was at the pierhead from 1897 to 1940s.
Fife County Air Raid Precautions Registration Card.
Front cover of 1961 Steele and Brodie catalogue, maker of beehives and appliances in Wormit 1900 - 1998.
A centenary account of the history of Newport Lawn Tennis Club 1884 - 1984.
Congregational Church Triple Jubilee brochure 1801 - 1951. A souvenir brochure containing the Order of Services held on 25 November 1951 celebrating 150 years since the founding of the Congregational Church in Newport in 1901.
A booklet produced in 1950 describing the attractions of Newport.
Guide to Tayport and Newport.
The history of St Thomas' Church, written in a series of articles for the church journal. They were written by R J Cairns between 1956 and 1958.
A History of the Newport Club, written in 1983 by W R Nicolson.
Newport Parish Church (St Thomas') held a four-day fund-raising Grand Bazaar in Kinnaird Hall in Dundee. The aim was to raise money to extend the church, build a manse and install an organ. A total of £4,500 was raised and all three improvements carried out. Read the bazaar programme.
Programme and menu for the 30th Charter Dinner of Newport-on-Tay Scotscraig Round Table, held in the Invercarse Hotel, Dundee on Saturday 27 February 1999.
Order of service for the dedication of memorial window in Newport Parish Church, 26 November 1922.
Order of service for the Fallen of Newport and Wormit in March 1919, just four months after the end of the war.
A photo album celebrating the visit of the 'Maharajah' to Woodhaven on Saturday 27th May 1933. This was a fund-raising event by Wormit Scouts.
Opening of the Tay Road Bridge. Programme for the visit of the Queen Mother. Thursday 18 August 1966.
Booklet giving an account of the history of St Fillan's Free church.
St Fillan's Church in memoriam booklet, a tribute to well-respected minister Rev Adam Robertson Lees who died aged only 39 in 1944.
The programme for the Grand Bazaar held by St Thomas' Church in 1901 in the Kinnaird Hall in Dundee. The purpose was to raise funds to extend the church, build a manse and instal an organ. The aims were achieved!
Wartime motor fuel ration book.
Wartime ration book for MacLure family of Maryfield Cottage, Newport.