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Remember being on hands & knees scrubbing & polishing linoleum floors. Also chopping wood for fire to heat water in the copper & srubbing washing on my washing board. Only cloth nappies until & they shredded when wet! So didn't bother with them. Pictures Of People, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Irish Eyes Are Smiling, Ireland Homes, Slums, Back In The Day, Historical Photos

A woman in Dublin Ireland tenements giving the front doorstep of her house a good scrub

February 1901 - Working Class Life This tenement room in Newmarket Street, Dublin, typical of conditions at the time, was home to a working class family in Women In History, World History, Working Class, Vintage Pictures, Victorian Era, Dublin, Old Photos, 1970s, Theater

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Images from the Irish Press slum campaign, Photo Engraving, Dublin City, World War One, Slums, Horse Racing, Old Photos, Cancer, Campaign, History

Images from the Irish Press slum campaign, 1936.

In 1936, the Irish Press newspaper launched a major exposé of the Dublin slum problem, with articles and photographs from the slums of Dublin designed to highlight the appalling conditions many Dubliners were living in. The articles and photos sparked real discussion on living conditions at the time, and the newspaper collected some priceless oral…

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Town Hall & Pavilion theatre Dunlaoghaire Co Dublin.

Posts about Henrietta Street written by theirishaesthete Houses In Ireland, Georgian Architecture, Entrance Hall, Historic Homes, Abandoned Places, Dublin, 18th Century, Interior Decorating, Stairs

Instagram post by @the.irish.aesthete • Feb 22, 2017 at 7:27am UTC

1,222 Likes, 17 Comments - @the.irish.aesthete on Instagram: “Staircase in 3 Henrietta Street, Dublin. The house dates from the mid-18th century but was altered…”

A replica flat at 14 Henrietta Street is crammed with the bric-a-brac of tenement family life. Photo: Marc O’Sullivan New Museum, Life Photo, Family Life, Dublin, Ireland, Table Settings, Flat, History, Street

First Look: Inside Dublin's newest museum, No. 14 Henrietta Street

14 Henrietta Street is Dublin’s newest museum, and a rabbit hole of social history, writes Pól Ó Conghaile

The lovely Aoife was part of The Drawing Room exhibition at Henrietta . Drawing Room, Dublin, Street, Drawings, Red, Blue, Photography, Lounge, Photograph

No.12 Henrietta Street

The lovely Aoife was part of The Drawing Room exhibition at No.12 Henrietta ...