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Eustace Family History

Collection by Emmy Eustace

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Ballymore Eustace Castle, Co: of Wicklow, 16 M: from Dublin Family History, Dublin, Castle, Fun, Painting, Painting Art, Castles, Paintings, Painted Canvas

Ballymore Eustace Castle, Co: of Wicklow, 16 M: from Dublin

 Taken from "The life and letters of George John Romanes" Highlands, Family History, Letters, Painting, Life, Art, Art Background, Painting Art, Kunst

Geanies, Fearn, Tain, Rossshire. Taken from "The life and letters of George John Romanes" (1898)

Gallery selling various formats of antique photography, including cartes-de-visite, stereoviews, cabinet prints, ambrotypes and albumen prints Vintage Photography, Family History, Antiques, Gallery, Prints, Painting, Fashion, Carte De Visite, Antiquities

Nineteenth Century Photography

Paul Frecker - Nineteenth Century Photography: Robert Jameson Eustace Robertson

Step back in time: Here's how Dublin used to look Ireland Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Life Is Like, What Is Life About, Irish Independence, Photo Engraving, Back In Time, Old Postcards

Passing Leeson Street Bridge

An Eason postcard (of a Keogh Bros. photo) showing the bizarre structure erected on Leeson Street Bridge in Dublin for the Royal Visit. However, this creation is still not a patch on the one that had been erected at the same spot to welcome EDWARDI VII back in 1903... Apparently this postcard winged its way from an O'Neill of Fairview in Dublin to Agnes O'Brien of Finchley, London. It's postmarked Sunday, 30 July 1911. Date: Saturday, 8 July 1911 Size: 14 x 9 cm Published by Eason & Sons…

Architect: Frederick Batchelor Triumphal archway for the arrival of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra into Dublin in For scale, look at the pedestr Dublin Street, Dublin City, Irish Independence, Erin Go Bragh, Georgian Architecture, Grand Canal, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Dublin Ireland

EDWARDI VII

This one gave me a real "What the hell" moment! Fairly sure that it was a triumphal arch erected for one of the visits of Edward VII to Dublin (1903, 1904, 1907) but didn't know where it was. I felt that it was a bridge over the Grand Canal, but just couldn't work out where. And how and when such a monument disappeared? Passed it over to you, and HibernoManchego came up trumps, saying it "would appear to be for the 1903 visit and was in Leeson Street." Some absolutely fantastic information…

Architect: Sir Thomas Drew Temporary gateway erected for the visit of Queen Victoria to Dublin in A ceremonial affair, the Queen was to enter the city boundaries and be given the keys to the … Dublin Street, Dublin City, Castles In Ireland, Ireland Homes, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Irish Restaurants, Irish Landscape, Irish Culture

1900 – Royal Triumphal Archway, Leeson Street, Dublin

Architect: Sir Thomas Drew Temporary gateway erected for the visit of Queen Victoria to Dublin in 1900. A ceremonial affair, the Queen was to enter the city boundaries and be given the keys to the …