79 Grafton Street...
... was the Dublin School of Photography and Studio of Frederick Holland Mares.This gives us a much narrower dating window for this one than 1860-1883, as Mares moved to 118 Grafton Street in 1875. The businesses that are clear are: 74 J. Goggin (Queens Carver?) 76 Nolan 79 Cartley? (and Dublin School of Photography / F.H. Mares) 81 To Let? Date: 1864-1875 NLI Ref: STP_1978 You can also view this image, and many thousands of others, on the NLI’s catalogue at catalogue.nli.ie
Dublin Ireland 19th century photos Sackville St.
19th century Ireland images of Dublin city, early 1900's black & white photos of Sackville Street - now O'Connell street, in central Dublin
O’Connell Bridge - Housewives’ protest (1963) | Gallery
Housewives protesting on O’Connell Bridge (1963) Housewives crossing O'Connell Bridge in a march protesting the introduction of Turnover Tax, a new sales tax. © Irish Photographic Archive
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O’Donovan Rossa Bridge - Aerial view (c. 1940) | Gallery
Aerial view of O’Donovan Rossa Bridge (c1940) Aerial view of O'Donovan Rossa Bridge with Father Mathew Bridge in the distance. © Courtesy of Irish Architectural Archive
O’Connell Bridge looking east (1953) | Gallery
O’Connell Bridge looking east (1953) Elevated view of O'Connell Bridge from Aston Quay looking east down Burgh Quay & Eden Quay towards The Custom House. © Courtesy of Fáilte Ireland