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Architect: Desmond Ri O’Kelly Definitely not the most popular building in Dublin but for many years it was the tallest, Liberty Hall is the headquarters of the union SIPTU. It was built on th… Ireland Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Street, Dublin City, Photo Engraving, Old Photography, Iconic Photos, Emerald Isle

Old B&W Photos Of Dublin - Part 1 - Page 15 - Dublinforum.net

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Arthur Fields in O'Connell Street, Dublin, in the He took an estimated photographs over the 50 years he stood on the bridge. Dublin Street, Dublin City, Iconic Photos, Old Photos, Molly Malone, Mother Family, Photo Engraving, Ireland Homes, Street Portrait

Arthur Fields: the man on O'Connell bridge

Sean O'Hagan on the fascinating archive left by the self-taught street photographer who stood on Dublin's principal bridge every day for 50 years

The Swastika Laundry was founded in 1912 and was one of many Laundry businesses in Dublin. Founded by John W. Brittain – from Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim who was one of the . Dublin Street, Dublin City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Gone Days, Michael Church, Iconic Photos, Dublin Ireland, Abandoned Places

Swastika Laundry

The Swastika Laundry was founded in 1912 and was one of many Laundry businesses in Dublin. Founded by John W. Brittain (1872 – 1937) from Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim who was one of the ...

A young nun walking Holy Communion girls past no. Halston Street, Dublin on the feast of Corpus Christi. Date: 5 June Photo via National Library of Ireland. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Cities, Chapel Veil, Religion Catolica, Dublin City, Dublin Street, Christ

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A young nun walking Holy Communion girls past no. 3, Halston Street, Dublin on the feast of Corpus Christi. Interesting juxtaposition with the older mini-skirted local girls. The baskets were usually filled with flower petals for the girls to scatter along the way... Thanks to Phyllis Stice over on our Facebook for allowing us to get to the exact date of 5 June 1969, from the unsatisfactory "sometime in 1969"! Photographer: Elinor Wiltshire Date: 5 June 1969 NLI Ref.: WIL 45[9]