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1998 Jan
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The Dixies – A Northside Showband
2
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.:
Showband, music, 1950s, Arcadia, dance hall, northside, Cork City, Dixies, Shandon Boat Club, Brendan O’Brien, Sean Lucey, Theo
Keywords:
Cahill, joe McCarthy, Larry Neville, Mick Murphy, Jimmy Minten, Christie o’Mahony, Finbarr O’Leary, Steve Lynch, John Sheehan,
North Monastery School, Peter Prendergast, concert, The Arc, Carnegie Hall, tours, Stardust Ballroom, legal battle, Terry McCarthy,
’Send them home sweating’, ‘Spotlight’, clothing, hair styles, winkle-picker shoes, Chelsea boots, beehive hair, twinset, Buddy Holly,
Brendan Bowyer, Royal Showband, Elvis, hysteria, superstition, cultural change in Ireland, 1960s, jazz, mineral bar, Mayfield Cotton
Ball.
Images Description: The Dixies showband 8 piece (poor quality)
Image page: 2
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Images Description:
Brendan O’Brien of The Dixies (poor quality)
Joe Mac of The Dixies (poor quality)
Image page:
Image page:
2
3
Photographer:
Photographer:
Unknown
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 2
1998 Jan
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Year:
Draghunting
Article Title:
Author: Caroline Cremin
Page No.: 4
Dogs, hunt, fox, hare, harrier tradition, mounted hunts, landed gentry, Northside, Cork City, dog breeds, Clogheen Harrier Club,
Keywords:
Kerry Beagle, Spanish Armada, 1588, Scarteen, 1798, drag-hunt, course, landowners permission, coursing, animal welfare, artificial
scent, baying, Ringwood, The Armoured Car, Connie Doyle, Northern Harriers, Fairhill, Kerry Pike Harrier Club, 1823, Johnnie’s Bar,
Wolfe Tone St, Beamish & Crawford, sponsorship, All-Ireland, International Draghunt.
Images Description: Connie Doyle and harrier dogs
Image page: 4
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 3
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Scouting on the Northside
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Author:
Michael Hennessy
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Scouts, Boy Scouts, camping, tents, Northside Cork City, Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland, Jim Goulding, John Gaffney, expeditions,
sports, troop, altar fires, cooking, merit badges, knots, gadgets, games, Jim Cashman, Neville Sheehan, Joe Buckley, tradition,
bravery, youth, community, voluntary
Images Description: Michael Hennessy Scout of the year 1982,
Image page: 5
Photographer: Unknown
pictured with Jim Cashman, the hurler.
Keywords:
Catalogue No.: 4
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1998 Jan
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Northside Fashions
Article Title:
Author: Lorraine Cahalane
Page No.: 5
Fashion, dress, clothes, first holy communion, confirmation, suits, tailoring, hand-me-downs, shoes, hair styles, wedding,
Keywords:
superstition, ‘the bubble’.
Images Description: Valerie Galvin, Mayfield, modelling Northside
1990s fashion for girls
Images Description: Claire and Cuán Ó Muircheartigh wedding
photo
Image page:
5
Photographer:
Unknown
Image page:
6
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 5
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1998 Jan
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Year:
Schools
Article Title:
Author: Conor Kennelly
Page No.: 6
Schools folklore project, oral history, collecting local history, The Schools Commission of the 1930s, rural and urban culture,
Keywords:
interviewing, recording, origins of Santa Claus, humorous, funny, Santa’s attire, Christmas customs, love and marriage,
colloquialisms, games and rhymes, children, primary schools
Images Description: School child tying their shoe (very poor quality) Image page: 6
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Catalogue No.:
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6
Two school girls in classroom posing for camera
Image page:
7
Photographer:
Unknown
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1998 Jan
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The Travelling Community
Article Title:
Author: Catherine Fay
Page No.: 7
Travellers, Northside Cork City, Farranree, Quilligan, St Finbarr’s Training Centre Brockleys St, Blackpool, tradition, Cork Committee
Keywords:
of Travelling People, Classes, literacy, numeracy, woodwork, metal work, cookery, Janice Hegener, education, John Hourigan,
Tinsmith, Denis Ruddle, Tim O’Mullane, Janet Twomey, Irish history, swag, tell fortunes, women, culture, rag and bone man, trade,
social change, tin and copper, expertise, Puck Fair, Killorglin, Kerry, Cahirmee Horse fair, Buttevant, Cork, mechanisation of
agriculture, generational skills, kinship and communal ties, history.
Images Description: Tinsmith John Hourigan at work
Image page: 8
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 7
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1998 Jan
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Year:
Urban Celebration at Hallow’een
Article Title:
Author: Billy McCarthy
Page No.: 8
st
Hallow’een, October 31 , religion, Oiche Samhna, Hollantide, All Hallows’ Eve, Autumn, calendar, Catholic, spiritual practices, pagan,
Keywords:
trick or treat, masks, snap-apple, children, games, barm-brack, superstition, ring, stick, rag, bean, pea, toys, playing, siblings, family
life
Images Description: Black cat
Image page: 8
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
19th century Snap-Apple night (very poor
quality)
Image page:
9
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 8
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1998 Jan
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Churches, Mills and other Matters
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 9
Landmark, local, structure, community folklore, hospitals, prisons, schools, family life, calendar year, celebrations, deaths, funerals,
Keywords:
St Anne’s Shandon, Church of Ireland, Protestant, Catholic, the Pepper pot, the Four-faced-liar, 1720, bells, 1752, Father Prout, River
Lee, Salmon of Knowledge, North Cathedral, G.R. Pain, 1820, Sir John Benson, 1860, Middle Parish, lanes, walls, religion, Anglo-irish
heritage, Corpus Christi procession, Our Lady’s mental hospital, Lee Rd, Waterworks Tower, City Gaol, Sunday’s Well, St. Vincent de
Paul Church, Church of the Ascension, Gurranabraher, Church of the Resurrection, Farranree, St. Mary’s of the Hill. Knocknaheeny,
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the reservoir tower, Church of the Most Precious Blood, Clogheen, Firkin Crane Centre and the Butter Exchange, Shandon Court
Hotel, North Monastery School, distillery tower, big houses, Montenotte and Tivoli, Fort William House, Lotamore, Our Lady’s
Shrine, Leitrim St, the Tollbooth St. Luke’s, Sunbeam mill. Rionach Aiken.
Images Description: Drawing of St Anne’s Shandon bell tower
Image page: 9
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Drawing of The Waterworks, Lee Rd
Image page:
10
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 9
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1998 Jan
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The Textile Industry at Millfield, Cork
Article Title:
Author: Rionach Aiken
Page No.: 10
Textiles, Act of Union, traditions, craft, 1820s, Blackpool, Commons Rd, poverty, emigration, old-style craft weavers, 1825, slump,
Keywords:
wet-spinning, linen, production, factory, mill, Cork Flax Association, scotching and spinning mills, 1864 Cork Flax Spinning and
Weaving Company, Sunbeam Wolsey, River Bride, water source, industrial revolution, 19th century, private rail track, economic
depression, trade, women workers, Sunbeam Knitwear company, raw wool, silk, socks, underwear, hosiery, work force, Dwyer
family, Northside community Enterprises, staff welfare, medical, dental, recreation, memories, World War II, air-raid siren, Billy
Foley, drowning, accidents in the work place
Images Description: Woman sewing in factory
Image page: 11
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Side view of Sunbeam Factory
Image page:
11
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 10
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1998 Jan
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The Northside Folklore Archive
Article Title:
Author: Charlotte Crowley
Page No.: 12
Northside Folklore Project, oral history, record, preserve, protect, archival material, manuscript, typescript, field notes, sound
Keywords:
recordings, verbal, jokes, songs, music, culture, Cork City, photographs, research, academic, community.
Images Description: Street-view of North Cathedral, Shandon St
Image page: 12
Photographer: Unknown
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1998 June
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The Harrier Tradition
Article Title:
Author: Caroline Cronin
Page No.: 1
Dog, harrier club, Northside, Cork City, Frank Quinlan, Fairhill Harriers, drag and hunting dogs, All Irelands, animal welfare, Northern
Keywords:
United, Denis O’ Mahony, drag hounds, Croft Victor, The beamish Cup, Tippling, Rambler, Tar Barrel, old club grounds Friar’s
Avenue, Michael John Buckley, Clogheen Harrier Club, sport, Gary O’Sullivan, family, photographs, Gerry Murphy, Tony Deenihan,
ted Scannell, breeding, Cavan, Christy Keating, Kerry Pike Harriers, tradition and culture.
Images Description: Four children with harrier dogs
Image page: Cover page 1
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 12
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A Danish Visitor
Article Title:
John Christoffersen, Danish, FAS, European
Keywords:
Author:
Editor Stephen Hunter
Year:
Page No.:
1998 June
2
Catalogue No.: 13
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1998 June
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The Eucharistic Procession
Article Title:
Author: Michael Hennessy
Page No.: 3
Corpus Christi, religion, catholic, Diocese of Cork, ‘Body of Christ’, last Sunday in May or First Sunday in June, host, streets, parade,
Keywords:
culture, calendar, North Cathedral, Fr Liam O’Driscoll, Bishop Callahan, route, Roman St., Bridge St., McCurtain St, King St., Lower
Glanmire Rd., Railway Bridges, Penrose Quay, Brian Boru Bridge, Middle Parish, Patrick’s St, National Monument, Grand Parade,
Benediction, J.K Hurley, Bleasby St, altar, candles, scroes, scouts, Butter Exchange, Shandon Hill, Catholic Girl Guides, troop flags,
national flags, papal flags, Army Band of the Southern Command, FCA, Garda Siochana, the Suil Marie, Butter Exchange Band,
Corporation, flower boys, clergy, gender, parishes, St. Peter and Paul’s Scout troop
Images Description: St. Vincent’s Choir, Sunday’s Well – Eucharistic Image page: 3
Photographer: Unknown
Procession 1941
Catalogue No.:
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1998 June
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Feline Lore
Article Title:
Author: Maria Moss
Page No.: 4
Cats, folklore, nine lives, animals, therapeutic, spiritual, sacred, reduce stress, pet, stroking, therapy, rehabilitation treatment,
Keywords:
Genesis, bible, totems, feral, St Peter’s Church North Main St, animal welfare, animal-lover, wild cats, neutering, Yeats,
Minnaloushe, The cat and The Moon, Abbey of Saint Paul at Reichenau Carinthis, Irish monk, Pangur Ban, Cashel Castle, rodent,
glove, magic, St Martin of Tours
Images Description: Cats on a door step (poor quality)
Image page: 4
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 15
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1998 June
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Year:
Christenings
Article Title:
Author: Lorraine cahalane
Page No.: 4
Children, babies, churched, mothers, religion, church, blessing, baptism, family, celebrations, tradition, gowns, candle, wedding
Keywords:
dress, generations, Holy Communion, Confirmation, gender, font, wetting the baby’s head, social occasion, Commons Bar, wedding
cake, presents, silver, good luck, mug, holy water, toys, money, bank accounts, silver picture frame, crochet shawl, blessed by the
priest, absolution through confession, cleansed the soul after childbirth, Second Vatican Council, Catholic, Church of Ireland,
Protestant, Anglican community
Images Description: Baptismal Font, North Cathedral
Image page: 5
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Baptismal Font, St. Anne’s
Image page:
5
Photographer:
Catalogue No.: 16
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A Scottish Folklorist
Article Title:
Author: Marie-Annick Desplanques
Gary West, Ethnology, Scottish Studies, SOCRATES, European academic institutions,
Keywords:
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Year:
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1998 June
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Bride’s Scared Waters
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 6
River Bride, Blackpool, Cork City, Northside, flood migration scheme, Ballycannon Bride, folklore, tributaries, stream, water, spiritual,
Keywords:
An Linne Dubh, valley, Celtic, pre-English Bretons, brigantia, female water deity, tribal goddess, Brigantes, Roman Conquest, London,
River Brent, River Braint, North Wales, Egyptian geographer Ptolemy, Bridget, Dagda, the Good God, shape-shifting, fertility and
healing, Etymology, Sanskrit Brhati, Exalted One, Christian, patron saint, Brigid, saints, Mary of the Gaels, Brigid of Kildare, 5th
Century, animal husbandry, cattle, 1st February, feast day, Crios Bríde, cross, cow-byres, homes, family, protection, rushes, reeds,
Brídeόg, effigies, streams, spring tides, calendar, medieval, valley, aura, willow, wood, hazel, boggy ground, oak, mysterious forces,
life-giving, piseógs, superstition, wise woman, herbs, cures, Mills, waterwheels, grain, flour, Industrial revolution, Millfield,
Sunbeam, Watercourse Rd, Archdeacon’s Mills, Denis P. Long, Murphy’s Rock, Glenamought River, picnic, family, summer, Glen of
the Poor, Whitechurch, Lower Kileens, Kilnap House, source, Ballycannon, Greater and Lesser Bride, swimming, generations,
Commons Rd, Jerome O’Donavan, homemade electricity plant, generator, ESB, electricity, Comnonage Field, ESB Polefield, Twig
Yard, wicker, Comain, Bridge stream and Killard Stream, Methodism, John Wesley, Blackpool Bridge, 1748, Christmas Eve 1895,
three deaths, accidents, torrential rain, 1935, Bootsie, funny, humour, floating piano, sofa, Glen, Trabeg, Glen Valley, Mayfield Cross,
Glenties Flats, The Hatch, device for diverting the water, Micka’s Harbour, Michael Carroll, Micka the Dog Robber, animal welfare,
shanty, slum clearance, Bird’s Quay, cootages, mill-race, Backwatercourse, Banks Rover, Rats river, Assumption Rd, Assumptionist
Convent, underground, Corkeran’s Quay, Tanto Bridge opposite the Church of the Assumption, Seminary Rd, Water Lane, domestic
use, Poulreddy Harbour, Shandon View cottages, geography, Kiln River, Leitrim St, Our Lady’s Well, Murphy’s Brewery, Carroll’s
Bridge, Camden Quay, Duke of Marlborough, soldiers took shelter, siege of Cork 1690, James II’s Jacobites, Poll Raide, CJF
MacCarthy, boat building, Sand Quay, Archaeology, Colin Rinn, heron, molly the bog, Millstream, Abhainn na háite seo, rubbish,
pollution, refuse, waterways, Roaring Bridge, Pope’s Rd, St. John’s, Punch’s Bridge, anonymous balladeer 1920s, poems, The Cruise
of the Mary Jane,
Images Description: Drawing of a St Bridig’s Cross
Image page: 6
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Denis P. Long by the River Bride
Image page:
7
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 18
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1998 June
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Easter Memories
Article Title:
Author: Billy McCarthy
Page No.: 8
Eggs, bunnies, cards, Easter Sunday, Catholic Church, calendar, spring, religion, commercial, chocolate, Lent, Lenten observance,
Keywords:
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summer, 1940s 1950s, austerity, sacrifices, family, forty days, customs, daily mass, transportation, fasting, St. Patrick’s Day, Lenten
Retreat, devotions, Rosary, Sermon, Benediction, Sacrament of Penance, Confession, no marriages during lent, no dances, Holy
Week, Stations of the Cross, duties, Ash Wednesday, Trinity Sunday, poem
Images Description: Decorative Egg on display in Roches Stores 1998 Image page: 9
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 19
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1998 June
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Year:
Sunbeam Long ‘go
Article Title:
Author: Catherine Fay
Page No.: 9
Millfield, factory, mill, Dwyer family, business, economy, industry, production, education, trades, gender, one day a week school,
Keywords:
technical school, child labour, Northside, Spangle Hill, machinist, women, over lookers, lockstitchers, welters, examiners, pressers,
packers, runner, knitting, sewing, machine mechanics, fabric cutters, blackguarding, blagguarding, community, work environment,
labour force, staff welfare, bucket of steam, glass hammer, a long stand, underwear, Foxy Lady, folklore, accident, death, ghost,
apparition, pranks, horseplay, social occasions, weddings, marriage, work outings, work social days out,
Images Description: Employees leaving the factory ‘Another day
Image page: 10
Photographer: Unknown
down..’
Catalogue No.: 20
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1998 June
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Year:
The Emergency
Article Title:
Author: Valerie Curtin
Page No.: 11
Poem, politicians, De Valera, Sean McIntee, rations, great Depression, bread, butter, tea, post Civil War, Fianna fail, Cosgrave, Sean T
Keywords:
O’Kelly, the leprechaun, Sean Lemass, frank Aiken, Kevin Boland. Irish republican Army, IRA, untied thirty two county state, blue
shirts, Eoin o’Duffy, Edward the 8th, Constitution, Bunreacht na hEireann, return of the ports, Lough Swilly, Cobh and Berehaven,
neutrality, interviews, Margaret Farmer, Blackpool, Catherine McCarthy, Helen Donovan, Inniscarra, coupons, ration books, cocoa,
sugar, flour, nylon stockings, improvisation, carrot tea, brown dalt, black market, turf, boxcar, gas, glimmer man, electricity,
inspections, Echo boys, songs, Jimmy Nagle, Sheare’s St, Pana.
Images Description: Casey’s Knitting Industry advertisement
Image page: 11
Photographer: Unknown
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The Blackpool Flats
Article Title:
Author: Catherine Fay
Page No.: 1
Opened 1971, Jack Lynch, housing, social, community, o’Sheas Ltd of White St, Green Lane Housing Scheme, blocks, Glens of Ireland,
Keywords:
Antrim, Imaal, Glenties, Aherlow, Dunlow and Avoca, eyesore, public housing experiment, residents, family, health and safety,
children, elevators, no lifts, coal fire, no fire exits, tenants, problems, childminding, games, Glen Hall, jumble sale, Glen River, Bird’s
Quay, Thomas Davis St, Watercourse Rd, Rats River, The Bank, child welfare, ghosts, haunted, nostalgia, hounds, dogs, hunting
Images Description: Demolition of Blackpool Flats – ‘Goodbye to The Image page: 1 cover
Photographer: Unknown
Glenties’
page
Images Description: The site of Bird’s Quay – flats in background
Image page: 2
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 22
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Northside Community Enterprises Library
Article Title:
Author: NCE Library Staff
Page No.:
Books, Sunbeam, Millfield, material, newspapers, history, magazines, loans
Keywords:
Images Description: The library at NCE
Image page: 2
Photographer: Unknown
1999
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1999
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Year:
Cork Vision Centre
Article Title:
Author: Editor Stephen Hunter
Page No.:
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North
Main
St,
Saint
Peter’s
Church,
history,
Church
of
Ireland,
Anglo-Normans,
13
century,
1788,
George
Pain, de-consecrated,
Keywords:
1949, warehouse, the cat’s home, bush drinkers, Cork Corporation, Urban Pilot Program, Venice Charter, Civic trust, 1:5000 model of
Cork City, videos, lectures, tours, Episcopalian house of worship, St Paul Church, Paul St, Anglican, 1723, premature burials, theft,
1919 Imperial penny, The Troubles, locals loss of life, Great War, beggars, superstition
Images Description: Cork Vision Centre – street view
Image page: 3
Photographer: Unknown
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1999
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The Cork Butter Museum
Article Title:
Author: Colin Rynne
Page No.: 3
Butter Trade, dairy heritage, Butter Exchange, 1770 and 1924. Shandon, St. Anne’s Church of Ireland, butter-making techniques, Dr
Keywords:
AJF O’Reilly, At the Sign of the Cow: The Cork Butter Museum 1770-1924, Dr. Colin Rynne
Catalogue No.: 25
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1999
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Cork in Song and Story
Article Title:
Author: Valerie Curtin
Page No.: 4
Songs, poems, Billy McCarthy, Quaker Rd, Ballygurteen, transportation, trams, bread van, bakery Co-op, Capwell, games, little road
Keywords:
traffic East View Terrace, Guard O’ Halloran, money, Barrack Street Station, run-away-knock, Kiely’s Chip Shop, Douglas St, St
Finbarr’s Boys Club, Copley St, bag of chips, Kinsale Rd, pranks, collecting frog-spawn, countryside, Bandon railway, trout fishing,
Evergreen Bacon Factory, pigs, St John’s graveyard, By Degrees, the troubles, Michael Collin’s brother Sean, Tom Barry, Michael
Ronanyne, Sheila Murphy, Gael, execution, Patrick Ronayne, Victoria Barracks, Collins barracks, 1921, Mrs Wyse, IRA ambush,
Mourneabbey, Cumann na mban, republicanism, James McCormick, Peter Barnes, Eoin McCarthaigh, Cork Weekly Examiner
Images Description: 12 young boys in caps and short pants sitting on Image page: 4
Photographer: Unknown
a stone wall ‘Five pence bought a huge bag of
chips..’
Images Description: View of Patrick’s St – circa 1900
Image page: 5
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 26
3
1999
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Year:
A Story of Tattooing
Article Title:
Author: David Hickey
Page No.: 6
Tattoos, rank, membership, social groups, culture, art, expression, adornment, practice, South Pacific, geometric-style designs, New
Keywords:
th
th
Zealand Maoris, bodies, traders, colonisers, 18 and 19 century trade, head tattoo, tobacco, alcohol, intertribal wars, skill, mariner
class, parlours, pubs, brothels, unsavoury reputation, bikers, ex-prisoners, hidden, stigmatisations, mehndi, fashion, body-piercing,
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material culture, needle, ink, colour, design, dyes, allergic reaction, blood infections, hygiene, health and safety, technical, humour,
funny
Images Description: Photograph of a tiger tattoo on a man’s back
Image page: 6
Photographer: Unknown
(poor quality)
Images Description: Photograph of a symbol tattoo on a man’s
Image page: 6
Photographer: Unknown
shoulder (poor quality)
Catalogue No.: 27
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1999
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Year:
Lower Kileens
Article Title:
Author: Caroline Cronin
Page No.: 7
St. Catherine’s Church, June, Mass, All Saint’s Well, holy pictures, flowers, rural, northside Cork city, Fairhill, valley, ballycannon
Keywords:
Bride, road bowlers, Blackstone Bridge, Old Blarney Road, Teampaill nagCilliní, graveyard, sandstone gravemarkers, medieval parish,
Normans, burial place for infants, ruin, walls, water fonts, altar, 1174 Dermot McCarthy, last king of Cork, charter to the monks of
Gillabbey, pilgrimage route, Denis P Long, mystical significance, 1970 Year of Conservation, Boy Scouts, tradition, famine, 1840s,
Nash’s Boreen, The Watery Bridge, The Famine Graveyard, piper, Cosán an Pibaire, Piper’s Boreen, John Cronin, hatchway, famine
re-enactment, relics, holy pictures, prayers, medals, testimonies, Willy Good, cures
Images Description: Lower Kileens from Teampaill na gCilliní – field Image page: 7
Photographer: Unknown
view
Images Description: All Saints’ Well
Image page: 7
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 28
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1999
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Year:
Big Houses of the Northside
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 8
th
Protestant Anglo-Irish gentry, lands, property, houses, 19 century newly-emancipated Catholic merchants, demense, gardens
Keywords:
orchards, agricultural land, symbol of exploitation, castles, tower houses, Gaelic aristocracy, Empire, folklore, historical and
architectural heritage, Southside, Lakelands, Crawford brewers, arboretum, Ronayne’s Court. Children’s Rhyme King of Spain’s
daughter and a walnut tree, fireplace, Blackrock Castle, Monfieldstown House, Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations, Northside,
Tivoli House, neo-classical, folly, Quaker, Cooper Penroses, Irish Vatican, art collection, mansions of Lota, lochta, medieval, Lotabeg,
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Lower Glanmire Rd, Stone entranceway, O’Callaghan’s Gates, George Pain, Ionic arch, Irish wolfhound, the black dog, rescue,
drowning, late-Georgian house, 1800, Abraham Hargreave, Sir Richard Kellett, cantilevered stairway, folklore, urban landscape,
superstitions, Lough Eric, terraced gardens, lake, drowning, folklore, romance, The Pink Lady of the Lake, haunted, ghosts, Lotamore,
Georgian, 1798, Perriers, Huguenots, merchant family, Big Lota, Irish Hospital Sweepstakes, Mairead Harty, walled, garden, horses,
Lotapark, Saint Laurence’s Cheshire Home, 1801 John Power, James Roche, JR, Gentleman’s Magazine, Louis Quinze, J.J Murphy,
1851, folklore, burial, piano, Neapolitan, fundraising, Vienna Woods Hotel, Lota House, 1769, Robert Rogers, Daviso de Arcourt,
David Duckart, Cork Mayoralty House, Grenville Place, Palladian architecture, Andrea Palladian, Baroque, staircases, sculptures,
Adam and Eve, Christ and the Virgin Mary, Galweys, Penal Laws, ruins, catholic, protestant, 1694, 1854, Wood family, carved lion,
coat of arms, Unionists, Andrew Wood, Republicanism, 1922, Patrick Crowley, Brothers of Charity, fundraising, Strawberry Fair, June,
Rathcooney, festival, Lota Lodge, Glanmire, 1765, Lord Barrymore, Sardinian craftsmen, Austrian Oak Room, billiard hall, eyeholes,
Crawford, Darina O’Driscoll, John Gately, haunted, ghost, doorway, dog, acres, green belt, Dunkathel House, Dunkettle, Russell
family, 1790, Beautrice Gubbins, orchestrion, gramophone, Riverstown House, Butlerstown River, 1745 Dr. Jemmett Browne, Church
of Ireland Bishop of Cork, Dooley family, Francini Room, ghosts.
Images Description: Mansions of Lota – Carved Dog over
Image page: 8
Photographer: Unknown
entranceway
Images Description: Drawing of Lotamore – river view
Image page: 9
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Riverstown House – Lawn view
Image page:
10
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 29
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1999
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Tommy Mintern – A Northside Folk Poet
Article Title:
Author: Dolores Horgan
Page No.: 10
Verse, poems, memories, Fairhill, Memories of the Northside, The Sportsmen of Fairhill, Callaghan’s, doggy men, Quinlans, hunt, Pk,
Keywords:
O’Driscoll, O’Herlihys, Reynards, Paddy Horgan, terrier, ned, Connis Doyle, Tally-ho, hounds, All-Ireland Drag, Peacock Lane, song, St.
Mary’s Road, Sam Melbourne GAA Museum, Tivoli Ferry disaster, 1909, drowning, River Lee, Cork Athletics grounds, Parc Ui
Caoimhe, James Mintern, Cornmarket St, Bronze medal, Vellum Parchment, Royal Humane Society, rescue, bravery
Images Description: Tommy Mintern – portrait
Image page: 10
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.:
12
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3
1999
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Christmas
Article Title:
Author: Billy McCarthy
Page No.: 11
Celebrations, Winter, 1940s, 1950s, goodwill, Holy Season, hardship, Capwell, decorations, street lighting, Nativity Crib, Christmas
Keywords:
candle, family, tradition, rosary, catholic, Santa Claus, Cork Cycle Company, Camden Quay, visit Santa, cave, children, poaching
salmon, bread van driver, rural areas, River Bride, turkey, goose, Mass, St Finbarr’s, South Chapel, cap-guns, tinplate prams, dinner,
Grace before Meals
Images Description: Cartoon of Christmas present opening scene
Image page: 11
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Cartoon of Santa wrapping a gift
Image page:
11
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 31
3
1999
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
The Moving Graveyard of Matehy
Article Title:
Author: Martin o Mahony
Page No.: 12
Cemetery, Vicarstown, Kerry Pike Road, Tower, Blarney, Old Kerry Road, Butter Road, Strand Bar, hunting, Catholic Church Saint
Keywords:
Joseph’s, Mag mac Teichtec, The Plain of the Sons of Teichtec, the field which took flight, haunted, ruins, Patsy O Callaghan, Kilclogh,
Captain Fox, 1650s, Cromwell’s army, folklore, catholic, protestant, murder, River Shournagh, Fox’s Bridge, Loghane, five hundred
souls carrying gravestones struggled up the rugged hill, geography, priest-killer, headstone in the river bed, Gort Bridge,
Donoughmore, footprint in rock, gateway, thrown off its hinges, Denny Lane, poet, political prisoner, member of parliament in the
Carrigaline area, Carrigdhoun, Ard na Laoi, Owenbue, fleur de lys, funeral, Maurice Healy, Celtic cross, patriot
Images Description: Gravestones at Matehy Graveyard (poor
Image page: 12
Photographer: Unknown
quality)
Catalogue No.: 32
3
1999
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Farewell Poulraddy
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 13
Old Mill, war, famine, fire, flood, developers, Poulraddy Harbour area, Shandon View Cottages, old Water’s Mill, small boats used
Keywords:
harbour at the riverside, Kiln River, River Lee, Murphy’s Brewery, Blackpool By-pass, underground, redevelopment, urban landscape,
geography, mill-wheel, archaeology, industrial, traffic-congestion, flooding, buildings, protection of heritage, tradition
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Images Description:
The Old Mill…Gone forever – poor quality
Image page:
14
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 33
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Year:
Letters to the Editor
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.:
Con
O’Leary,
Michael
j
Riordan,
Philip
Hiscock,
M.
O
Sullivan,
C.P
Hennessey,
Sidney
Place,
Dave
Coogan,
Emer Coogan,
Keywords:
1999
Kaleidoscope Sun, Northside, Miracle of Fatima, Sun, natural phenomena, 1923, sunbeam worker, Sunday’s Well, St. Vincent’s Foot
bridge, Irish Distillers, mill race, Stable lane, St Vincent’s Church, Our lady of the Holy Rosary, Tridentine Mass, Constance Markieviz,
gaol, Frank O Connor, haunted, Peter Beresford Ellis, 1644, plaque, holy well, curative powers, urban development, Father Prout,
The Bells of Shandon, Easter Sunday, Daly’s Shaky Bridge, walking route, tourism,
Images Description: Our Lay of the Holy Rosary, Sunday’s Well –
Image page: 15
Photographer: Unknown
street view
Images Description: Daly’s or Shaky Bridge – river view
Image page: 15
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
1863 Waterworks Tower, Shanakiel, Ground
view
Image page:
16
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 34
4
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
The Millennium
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 2
New Years, calendar, celebrations, Christianity, end of the world, prognostications, fall of the Holy Roman Empire, doomsayer,
Keywords:
Nostradamus, Michel de Nostradame, customs, peace, spirituality, throwing a loaf of bread at the back door, T. Croften Croker, The
Year in Ireland: Irish Calendar Lore, Kevin Danaher, new year’s cake, bitten three times, dashed against a door post, superstition,
March 25th, rural customs, First February, Saint Brigid’s Day, The Baldy Barber, Mick Moriarty, handsel silver, Handsel Monday, first
Monday of the New Year, sweet cakes.
Images Description: Street performer
Image page: 2
Photographer: Stephen Hunter
Images Description:
14
Young boy
Image page:
2
Photographer:
Martin O Mahony
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Catalogue No.: 35
4
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Dublin Field Trip
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 3
Dublin North Inner City Folklore Project, Amiens St, Crinan, Jimmy Wren, calendars, Terry Fagan, song, The Waxies’ Dargle, Monto
Keywords:
Town, Montgomery St, World’s End Lane, Foley St., 1907, John Henry Foley, 1818, Dublin Candle Maker’s Fair, Uncle McArdle, pawn
broker, notorious red light district, poverty, tenements, British Army Barracks, women and children, prostitution, Montoes,
abandoned children, tunnels, escape routes, brothels, Queen Victoria’s son Prince of Wales, 1861, Curragh Camp, King Edward VII,
Legion of Mary, Free State, 1925, Civic guards, Magdalene Penitentiary homes, Catholic Church, slave labour, Liberty Hall Park, 29
Lower Fitzwilliam St, reconstruction of the life of a typical upper- middle class professional family 1790-1820, social history, elite,
material goods, wealth
Images Description: Field trip group in Liberty Hall Park Dublin, 1999 Image page: 3
Photographer: Stephen Hunter
Images Description:
People in a corner shop in Inner City Dublin
1999
Image page:
4
Photographer:
Stephen Hunter
Catalogue No.: 36
4
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Country Shopping Day
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 4
December 8, Christmas, shopping, preparations, customs, tradition, rural, farmers, crafts, trades, major cities and towns, country
Keywords:
people, Farmer’s Day Off, Shandon Craft Centre, festival
Images Description: The farmer’s Day Off – horse and buggy outside Image
Butter Exchange entrance
Images Description: St. Patrick’s Bridge Cork
Image
page:
4
Photographer:
page:
4
Photographer:
Catalogue No.: 37
4
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Won’t see his like again
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 5
Rory Gallagher, music, singer songwriter, Blues, Rock, Sean Leahy, Leeside Music, MacCurtin St, Ballyshannon, 1948, Saint Kieran’s,
Keywords:
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pope’s Quay, North Monastery School, guitar, band, alto saxophone, harmonica, mandolin, 14th June 1995, concert, Mick Moriarty,
art, talent, The Fontana, The Impact, long flowing hair, Patrick’s Bridge, Mick O’Leary, star, famous, Taste, Eric Kitterihgham, Norman
Damery, The Axles, Cavern, Leitrim St, Shandon Boat Club, City Hall, Blister on the Moon, Major-Minor, Born on the Wrong Side of
Time, Pardon/Me Mister, Richard McCraken, bass, John Wilson, drums, Polydor, Yakety Sax, Belfast’s Maritime Club, Marquee Club,
John Gee, Cork pride, Corkonian, Piccadilly Circus, Patsy Twomey, shyness, musician, performer, Dolores Quinlan, Eason’s Patrick’s
St, Sheila McCurtain, fans, New Musical Express magazine, catholic, Saint Augustine’s Grand Parade, Sean Lucey, Dixies, John o’
Connor, plane seat for his guitar, 1961 Fender Stratocaster, Crowley’s Music Shop MacCurtain St 1963, theft, trademark, denim
jeans, lumberjack shirts with button down pockets, working class, The Rolling Stones, 1973, Muddy Waters, Albert King, Jerry Lee
Lewis, Lonnie Donegan, The Isle of Wright Festival, 1970, solo, Gerry McAvoy, Wilgar Campbell, Mark Feltham, Gambling Blues, 1969
Montreaux Jazz Festival, Blind Boy Fuller, Pistol Slappin Blues, Leadbelly’s Out on the Western Plain, EADGBE tuning, DADGAD
tuning, Celtic bagpipe tuning, Bullfrog Blues, All Round Man, Messing with the Kid, Don’t Start Me to Talking, I’m Moving On, Hank
Snow, George Thoroughgood, lyrics, expression, context, magical, folkloric motifs, romantic, social emancipation, hints of violence,
tradition, cruelty of fate, unfairness of the human condition, outlaws, humour, Back On My Own Stomping Ground, Doing Time,
Seven Days, prison, In Your Town, corruption, dime novel, urban myths, The Last of the Independents, Continental OP, Dashiell
Hammett, Race The Breeze, Country Mile, travel, Sinner Boy, Wayward Child, adolescence, rebellion, Brute Force and Ignorance,
Kickback City, Smear Campaighn, Loan Shark Blues, Failsafe Day, nuclear weapons, Daughter of The Everglades, Shadow Play,
Moonchild, fantasy, love songs, Just the Smile, fog is spreading all over the town, Who’s that coming, 20/20 vision, At the Depot,
Edged In Blue, At the Bottom, I’ll Admit You’re Gone, introspective, ballads, depression, Calling Card, Ghost Blues, alcohol problems,
Used to Be, artists, creative process, warmth, voal, instrument, , barrel house player, ragtime, folk, Segovia, slide bottleneck style,
country, poetry, rhythms, Fresh Evidence, Mississippi Delta Blues, Son House, Empire State express, institutionalised racism, modest,
Giant at my Shoulder, Philip King, Church of the Holy Spirit, June 1995, He Lived on the Street, Bowling Green Festival, Mick healy,
Mojo’s Blues Bar
Images Description: Rory Gallagher on stage
Image page: 5
Photographer: Sean Leahy, Leeside Music,
MacCurtain St
Days
of
Taste
–
Rory
Gallagher
with
Taste
band
6
Images Description:
Image page:
Photographer: The Examiner
members
Images Description: Statue on Rory Gallagher Place, Cork
Image page: 6
Photographer: Stephen Hunter
Images Description:
Rory Gallagher on Stage
Image page:
7
Photographer:
Images Description:
Rory Gallagher memorial plaque
Image page:
8
Photographer:
16
Sean Leahy, Leeside Music,
MacCurtain St
Unknown
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Catalogue No.: 38
4
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
The Coal Quay
Article Title:
Author: Madeline O’ Higgins
Page No.: 9
Market, city street, stalls, traders, fruit, vegetables, clothing, shawlies, 1690, Ferry Quay, Potato Quay, Potato Market, Kyle Street,
Keywords:
Newman’s Quay, Newenham’s Quay, Timber Quay, Cockpit Lane, corn market, Paddy’s Market, Corporation Bazaar, 1843 Saint
Peter’s Meat Market, Corn market St, Vegetable Market, dealers, smells, sounds of the market, customers, Kathy Barry, sheebeen,
alcohol, Con Hannigan, The Queen of Cork’s Coal Quay Market, Lough, Shandon Steeple, Bothered Dan, tinsmith, Andy Gaw, horses,
poor children, charity, Kitty o Driscoll, Traveller, memories, shawlie, rosary, statue of Our Lady, pony and cart, Mrs Twomey, wagons,
travelling people, baskets, soap, glasses, needles, pins, Barlow, trucking and dealing, fair, Quilligan, Kinsale, hurling match, crubeens,
Dennehy’s Pub, cloths, pram, Spangle Hill, tough, hardship, poverty, working class, women, gender
Images Description: The Coal Quay circa 1940s
Image page: 9
Photographer: The Examiner
Catalogue No.: 39
3
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
The Real Taoiseach
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.:
Jack Lynch, 1917, Corkonian, hurling, politics, European Economic Community, European Union, EEC, EU, Mary Forde, Orrery Rd,
Keywords:
Bob and Joan Walk, Shandon, St. Vincent’s Convent, Nanny Burns, Johnny Collin’s field, shoes, children, Danny Collins, Dinny
Sullivan, Sky Lane, home births, neighbours, washing, laying out of the dead, fior feasa, wise women, playing, games, Wolfe Tone St,
shops, parlour, kitchen, books, swapping, family, bowler hat, pipe, Nanny Lynch, Fenit, Mary Burns, Mary Cronin, Ballyvourney, pigs,
chickens, animals, Paddy McGrath, Irish, gaeilgeoirs, education, school, office, politician, 1966, 1973, 1979, Sean Lemass, Northern
Ireland, Ian Paisley, We’ll have no Pope here, The People’s Taoiseach, Liam Cosgrave, Norah Coleman, Glen, Redemption Rd, Broad
Lane, Dyke, Eucharistic Procession, Requiem Mass, Blackpool, Mary Forde, Kitty Healy, gentleman, rallies, Shandon St, Molly Owens,
crubeens, offal, apple stall, St. Mary’s Hall, cinema, pictures, Fianna Fail, tar barrels, bonfire, flags, jerry McCarthy, Blarney Park
Hotel, Ned O’Dea, driver, County Final 1964, Glen Rovers, Con Roche, All Ireland, County medals, Con Murphy’s Gents’ Outfitters,
John O Keeffe, camp field, Barleycove Hotel Fianna Fail Ardchomhairle, songs, humour, football, TD, minister, Government
Images Description: Jack Lynch in Shandon
Image page: 10
Photographer: Magill, Blackpool Historical
Society
Images Description: Jack Lynch lining out with the Cork Football
Image page: 11
Photographer: The Examiner
Team
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Images Description:
City hall flags at half mast on the death of Jack
Lynch
Image page:
12
Photographer:
Valerie Curtin
Catalogue No.: 40
3
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
The Railway
Article Title:
Author: Carmel Higgins
Page No.: 12
Lower Glanmire Rd, train, rail, travel, communications, tracks, engines, Ironing the Land, Kevin o Connor, social history, Kent station,
Keywords:
CIE, houses, rented to workers, 1950s, community, family, neighbours, inspector of signals, Great Southern and Western Railway,
travel pass, holidays, annual trips, Dublin zoo, seaside, enthusiast, Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends, footbridge, games, playing,
shunting, puffing, terraced houses, Cobh, Youghal, whistle, ticket collectors, porters, drivers, inspectors, signalmen, bookstall, kiosk,
ticket office, steam engines, smoke, Cork Harbour, wheels, compartment, catering, sandwiches, canteen, dining car, platform,
trolley, bomb scare, humour, station master.
Images Description: Old display engine in Kent Station
Image page: 12
Photographer: Carol Hudson
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Kent Station train on platform
Platform entrance to Cobh and collectors
Station Master’s office door
Image page:
Image page:
Image page:
13
13
13
Photographer:
Photographer:
Photographer:
Carol Hudson
Carol Hudson
Carol Hudson
Catalogue No.: 41
4
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
An Gael agus An Gowla
Article Title:
Author: Siofan I Cadhla
Page No.: 14
Gaeilge, Irish, language, influence on the English language, grammar, sound, pitch, tone, ideas, festivals, rituals, accent, dialect,
Keywords:
translation, colloquial, official, unofficial, culture, Spike Milligan, Enda Walsh, Conal Creedon, Christy Kenneally, connyshurin, doin a
foxer, slocking, Paul Durcan, words, slang,
Images Description: To women standing outside The Belfry Bar
Image page: 14
Photographer: Carol Hudson
Images Description:
18
Residential street corner – telephone box and
cul de sac sign
Image page:
14
Photographer:
Stephen Hunter
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Catalogue No.: 42
4
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Letters to the Editor
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 16
Robin Flower, Blasket Islands, Brothers Grimm, Damien Enright, Waterworks Tower, Victorian industrial style, John Sheehan,
Keywords:
Poulraddy, mill, Breda O Malley, Yiddish, Jew Town, Lithuania, 1880s, humour, Jewish community, family, emigration, culture,
Christmas, candles, candelabrum, Hanukah, potato pie, Jewish knish, spiced beef, pastrami, Giovanni Malito, Pat Sheridan, L.
McDonnell
Images Description: Poulraddy area before its development
Image page: 16
Photographer: Stephen Hunter
Images Description:
Shalom Park in winter
Image page:
16
Photographer:
Stephen Hunter
Catalogue No.: 43
4
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Readers Questions Answered
Article Title:
Author: Editor
Page No.: 17
Toll house, fever hospital steps, Victorian, 1871, great Exhibition 1902, Corporation, tolls, stone trough, landmark, Leitrim St, Colin
Keywords:
Rynne, flood damage, 104 steps, pat Murphy, John St, Bells’ Field, Bellsa, open water gully, cycling, Mary Barrett, North Presentation
Convent, ice, haunted, ghost stories, lantern, phantom hurlers, The Well pub, House of Recovery, 1802, Dr. John Milner Barry,
typhus
Images Description: Tollhouse in St. Luke’s
Image page: 17
Photographer: Stephen Hunter
Images Description:
The Fever Hospital steps
Image page:
18
Photographer:
Stephen Hunter
Catalogue No.: 44
4
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Photograph & A Story
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 18
The Backwatercourse, debtor’s walk, Glen River, mill race, water power, Glenties Flats, River Bride, Kiln River, Leitrim St, Murphy’s
Keywords:
Brewery, Assumption Convent, The Bank, The Rats River, games, children, playing, tanneries, Blackpool by-pass
Images Description: Debtor’s Walk
Image page: 18
Photographer: Stephen Hunter
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Catalogue No.: 45
4
2000
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Life Histories: Living Folklore in Ireland Today
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 19
Heritage, interviews, age, social background, life, family, children, humour, history, millennium
Keywords:
Images Description: Life Journeys book cover
Image page: 19
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description: The Metropole Hotel, MacCurtain St
Image page: 20
Photographer: Stephen Hunter
Catalogue No.: 46
5
2001
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Photograph & A Story
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 2
Devotions, religion, statues, tradition, window, holy pictures, flowers, decorations, Corpus Christi, Eucharistic Procession
Keywords:
Images Description: Window decorated for Corpus Christi
Image page: 2
Photographer: Mrs. P Kelly
Catalogue No.: 47
5
2001
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Field trip to Muckross House
Article Title:
Author: Dolores Horgan
Page No.: 3
Muckross Estate, Killarney, Kerry, national Park, heritage, tradition, family children, Muckross House, Henry and Mary Herbert,
Keywords:
Victorian mansion, limestone, gardens, lakes, furniture, Muckross Abbey Furniture, yew, holly, arbutus, coat of arms, 1884, deer,
hunt, Great Irish Elk, servants, aristocracy, manor, Countess of Desmond, folklore, legend, artist, watercolours, Queen Victoria, 1861,
walled garden, preparations for the queens visit, fire escape, lifestyle, flooring, copper, Ross Island, standing stones, fulachta fiadh,
ringforts, Christian, Innisfallen, Lough Leane, Annals of innisfallen, Aghadoe, farm, tenants, land, crops, labourers, dairy, tillage, lime,
fertiliser, blacksmith, forge, women, gender, knitting, weaving, pin-money, big house, chickens, butter, skills handed down to the
next generation, turf,
Images Description: Field trip group in Muckross House
Image page: 3
Photographer: NFP Archive
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Images Description:
Images Description:
Field trip group in Muckross farm
Traditional cottage at Muckross farm
Image page:
Image page:
4
4
Photographer:
Photographer:
NFP Archive
NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 48
5
2001
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
The bravest Hand in Ireland
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 5
Highland war pipes, fabled warrior, Knocknanuss House, Blackpool, battle, Pope’s Hill House, o’ Connell family, Kanturk, 1647, 13th
Keywords:
November, Roalist, Confederate, parliamentary, troops, soldiers, fighting, Cnoc nanDos, The Hill of Fawns, Shrubhill, Hill of Sighs,
Alasdair McColla Ciontach MacDonald, Colkitto, Alexander McDonnell. McEllestrum, historians, scots gaelic poetry, poems,
superstition, signs, Colonsay, 1605, Coll Gillespeck Ciontach MacDonald, Mary Macjames of Smerby, Cheiftain, MacIain Mór branch
of the Clan Donald confederation of tribes, By sea and by land, Highland, Western Isles of Scotland, Plantation, Scots Protestants,
highlanders, galloglasses, galloglaigh, foreign friends, military, Gaelic Irish army, Ath in Chip, Roscommon, New Scots, Redshanks,
Rathlin Island, Ballypatrick, Antrim, toad, martial destiny, folklore, Catholic, Clan Campbell, House of Argyll, Ballymoney, 1642,
highland Charge, Drummacquinn, Donegal, Father Crilly, Dunluce Castle, left-handed, ambidextrous, translation, Irish language,
Ballahack, Waterford, 1644, infantry, dispossession, murder, should slay the very first thing that crosses his path, sacrificial killing,
heroic beliefs, savage papist gaels, weather, thunder, volcanic eruptions, natural phenonmena, James graham, Marquis of
Montrose, horsemen, The Year of Miracles, Covenant forces, Inverlochy, 1645, Feast of the Purification of the Virgin, Candlemas
Day, calendar, Imbolc, celtic festivals, revenge, 48 hour march, Ian Lom MacDonald, bard, poet, Keppoch, Saint Mary, William,
Aytoun, itinerant tinsmith, Robertson, Traveller, Feast of the visitation of the virgin, Assumption of the Virgin,1645, knighthood, irish
cannibal, John Buchan, Mark Napier, biased history, written history, differing historical perspectives, Philliphaugh, battle lines,
Castlemagner, Red Baron of Dunavich, Gocam-Go, lucky stone, luck, superstition, execution, family, Theobald Lord Taafe, Muradh na
Toitean, Murrough the Burner, Lord Inchquin, Rock of Cashel, celestial alignment, The Chieftain’s Well, murder, Owenbeg,
Rathmaher House, Ash tree, The Chieftain’s Tree, Clonmeen, wake, funeral, ceremony, unmarked tomb, burial, corpse, grief,
Duncannon, steel, MacClean Eachann Bacach verse, poem, epitaph, Latin, Jewish guerrilla hero, Judas Maccabeus, Aphorismical
Discovery of Treasonable Faction, prisoner, 1745 Jacobite Rising, Culloden, Irish Defense Forces, An Cosantor, Comdt. B.M. O’Brien,
Owen Roe O’Neill, David Stevenson, massacre, ruthlessness, last redshank, Gaeldom, Ranald McDonnell, Marquis of Antrim, House
of Stuart, Dorothy Brown, Luing, Elizabeth MacAllister, Loup, Denis O’Donoghue, An Account of the Battle of Knocknanuss, family,
Gillaspic Mór, William of Orange, 350th anniversary, women, marriage, McAlasdrum’s March, bagpipe music, old musical technique,
Cork Historical and Archaeological Journal, 1899, James Buckley, sword, Phoenix Park Arsenal, ten pound steel ball, Excalibur,
Odysseus’ bow, superhuman strength, heroic character, bravery, battlefield, sagacity in counsel, warrior, combat, Rob Roy
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MacGregor, Grace O Malley, pubs, Marlboro, Scotland, William Wallace, nationalism, lost oral history, heorism, The Women of
knocknanuss, 1900, Fr Peter Mackessy, wailing, Frank Creedon, The Doc, Knocknanuss Hose, Pope’s Rd.
Images Description: Exterior view of Knocknanuss House, Blackpool Image page: 5
Photographer: NFP Archive
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Roadside sign of Map of Knocknanuss Battle,
Castlemagner
Portrait of Alastair MacColla, Stephen Hunetr
and Rob MacDonald Parker
Child playing in Knocknanuss Battlefield
Image page:
6
Photographer:
NFP Archive
Image page:
7
Photographer:
NFP Archive
Image page:
8
Photographer:
NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 49
5
2001
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Tobar Ríand Domhnaigh
Article Title:
Author: Catherine O’Brien
Page No.: 9
Sunday’s Well, Gaol, jail, National Flower week, Tobar Ríogh and Domhnaigh, landmark, The Well, medieval, Aisling Mic Conglinne,
Keywords:
the Well named Bithlán, that is, Ever Full, folklore, singing psalms, monastery, Monastery of Corcaigh, stiric quatrains, abbot,
crucified, murder, prisoner, brooch, poverty, poor, execution, Shanakiel Hospital, family, Father Prout, poem, poet, The Rounds,
relgion, catholic, patron saint, shawls, women, clothing, rosary beads, penance, cures, medals, scapulars, walking sticks, bandages,
urban development, infrastructure, stone tablet, 1644.
Images Description: Sunday’s Well Flower Group display at National Image page: 9
Photographer: NFP Archive
Flower Week held at Cork City Gaol
Catalogue No.: 50
5
2001
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Thomas Kent 1865-1916
Article Title:
Author: Martin O Mahony
Page No.: 9
Kent railway, Eamonn Kent, signatory of the 1916 Declaration of Independence, castle Lyons, Irish freedom, Land League, Richard
Keywords:
Kent, Edmond Kent, David Kent, William Kent, 1889, rent, tenants, rebellion, prison, Bawnard House, Easter Rising, May 2, 1916,
suad of RIC men, Irish republic, surrender, battle, escape, Victoria Barracks, Collins, barracks, crimes against the British Crown,
executed, burial, Cork Prison, Glanmire Railway Station, 1966, bust.
Images Description: Bronze bust of Thomas Kent
Image page: 10
Photographer: NFP Archive
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Catalogue No.: 51
5
2001
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Memories of a Messenger Boy
Article Title:
Author: Denis Leahy
Page No.: 10
Poem, poet, ‘Grawn, Gurranabraher, Corporation, slum, poverty, housing, working class, lack of facilities, ghettoes, social class
Keywords:
differences, Douglas, Montenotte, education, education, bike, army, early school leaving, gooseberry picker, Douglas Road,
hardware shop, Flavin, religion, charity, humour, getting paid on Saturday, Summerhill North, Oliver Plunkett St, grocer, delivering
parcels, Berwick Fountain, Grand Parade, trade union, siege, Sausage Row, baths, Fitzgerald Park, tyres, pranks, skiving from work,
South of Ireland Cycle Company, puncture, Lido, cinema, Assembly Rooms, emigration, meat, food, family, meals, Electric Corn Mill,
Maylor St, Flake meal, bag of flour, credit
Images Description: Denis Leahy with his grandson on a messenger Image page: 11
Photographer: NFP Archive
bike
Images Description: Nano Nagle Bridge
Image page: 11
Photographer: NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 52
5
2001
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Year:
The Blackpool Pigeon Men
Article Title:
Author: Valerie Curtin
Page No.: 12
Birds, pets, hobby, pastime, Fair Lane, Quarry lane, John Marshall, breeding, racing, wooden soapboxes, wire mesh, white washed
Keywords:
walls, loft, Antrim, races, border, flight, flock, Jerome o Callaghan, reputation, prestige, Perth, Scotland, clocks, fixed-wheel bicycle,
runner, shed, School Lane, O’Connell St, baskets, kite, birds of prey, timing, competition, Father Seamus O’Flynn, The Loft Theatre,
The armoured Car, pony and trap hackney, business, occupation, bard, Croppy Boy memorial, humour, charity, begging, alcohol,
maize, food, wheat, barley, maple peas, animal welfare, John Manley, The Saddlery, Great William O’Brien St, Paddy o Connor,
linnet, Spangle Hill, Al Jolson, song, singer, serenaded humour, poem, religion, Bailey’s Lane, Fairlane Band, tom Cahill, enthusiast,
Farranferris, season, April, Tramore, Girvan, Fanciers, Northside Flying Club, The Rish National Flying Club
Images Description: A man feeding pigeons in a large bird cage
Image page: 12
Photographer: NFP Archive
Catalogue No.:
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5
2001
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
It’s good to be Home Again
Article Title:
Author: Tadgh O Dúshláine
Page No.: 13
Weather, cold, poisonous, Irish, Yeats, corkisms, words, slang, dialect, accent, ire, nappy rash, right old fla, proper gligin, old
Keywords:
prizawn, insults, compliments, Summer Hill, Tunnel Steps, alcohol, wino, tis, great day for a hanging, Frank o Connor, geography,
factory chimney, houses, ghostlike, limestone, sandstone, humour, lanes, Ristead Mac Gearailt, satire, verse, poem, Shandon St,
New Gate, Blarney Road, gabhal an Spurra, leirim St, New Bridge, Youghal Lane, South Main St, Cove Lane, South Mall, Shitten Lane,
Parliament Bridge, barrach Hill, Flags, Mahon, Change, Cook’s lane, Bi slughter House, Prison, quays, Sign og the Black Cock,
topography, geography, linguistics, Writer-in-residence
Images Description: Street view of lee-side pedestrians
Image page: 13
Photographer: C.P Hudson
Images Description:
Grande Parade narrow view (poor quality)
Image page:
14
Photographer:
CP Hudson
Catalogue No.: 54
5
2001
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Little Nellie of Holy God
Article Title:
Author: Brenda Barry
Page No.: 14
William Organ, Mary Aherne, 1896, Portlaw, Waterford, Nellie, 24th august 1903, Royal Infantry barracks, army, enlisted, health,
Keywords:
sickness, disease, children, family, religion, God, youth, first words, Spike Island, consumption, illness, poverty, Christian brothers,
Sisters of Mercy, orphans, Good Shepherd Sisters, Sunday’s Well, child welfare, childhood, prayers, cry, curved spine, education,
devotion to God, religious education, stories, the story of Holy God as a child, closeness to God, holy statue, visions, spiritual,
imagination, Stations of the Cross, infirmary, altar, flowers, Katie, mass, suffering, Chapel, Mother Superior, holy emotion, Dr. O
Callaghan, Bishop of Cork, confirmation, crucifix, Oh Poor Holy God, Miss Hall, apparition, Holy Communion, Rev. Fr. Bury, radiant
light, healing, cure, miracle, Child of Mary, silver medal on a blue ribbon, anointed, 1908, grave, artefacts, Sr. Francis X. Collins
Images Description: Sketch of Little Nellie
Image page: 14
Photographer: Gráinne Maloney
Images Description:
Images Description:
Grave of Little Nellie
Good Shepherd Convent graveyard entrance
Catalogue No.: 55
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5
Image page:
Image page:
15
16
Photographer:
Photographer:
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NFP Archive
Year:
2001
THE ARCHIVE Article Catalogue by keyword
Article Title:
Keywords:
Letters to the Editor
Author:
Page No.:
16
Pauline Holland, Rory Gallagher, 1974, Pardon Me Mister, Mervyn Solomon, Wee baby, How many more years, Take it eash Baby,
You Got To Pay, Worried Man, Norman Invasion, Taste, In the Beginning; An Early Taste of Rory Gallagher, Mick Leahy, 1732, dated
stone, Farran St, St Patrick’s Arch, St Patrick’s terrace, St Patrick’s Square, Strawhill, Bunker’s Hill, Wrixon’s Avenue, community,
housing, character, St. Mary’s Road, Gerald Griffin St, Gerald Griffin St., town trail, Edinburgh, childhood, rail, highland, Fort William,
Mallaig, Dingwall, Lochalsh, Perth, Blair athill, Inverness, Helen Graham
Images Description: ‘Brute Force and Ignorance’ Rory Gallagher
Image page: 16
Photographer: NFP Archive
Tribute Band outside Paul St Shopping Centre
Images Description: St Patrick’s Arch
Image page: 17
Photographer: NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 56
5
2001
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Readers Questions Answered
Article Title:
Author: Editor
Page No.: 18
Premature burial, Saint Peter’s Church, vision Centre, South Main St, Christ Church, City Archives, Tuckey’s Cork Remembrancer,
Keywords:
Francis Taylor 1753, folklore, superstition, burials, Sean Beecher widow, disinherited, theft, ring, cut off her fingers, corpse, The
Modest Men of Christchurch, 1970, McKenna and rev. Moore.
Images Description: The Baldy Barber, Mick Moriarty reading The
Image page: 18
Photographer: NFP Archive
Archive
Catalogue No.: 57
5
2001
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Book Reviews
Article Title:
Author: Billy McCarthy and Editor
Page No.: 19
Echoes At The Fountain, Jim McKeon, history, folklore, Women’s Gaol, pawnshops, Washbrew Lane, Pigeon Men, nancy McCarthy,
Keywords:
Johnny o Driscoll, My Home By The Lee, Richard T Cooke, photos, maps, plans, archival material, anecdote, Catherine M Courtney,
drawings, C.J.F McCarthy, Southword, Munster Literature Centre, poems, reviews, interviews, Black Cat In The Window, Liam O
Murchu, memoir, poverty, childhood.
Images Description:
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Catalogue No.: 58
5
2001
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Urban Landscape
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 20
Wrixon’s Arch, Gerald Griffin Avenue, Peacock lane, St. Patrick’s arch, Angela’s Ashes, lanes
Keywords:
Images Description: Wrixon’s Arch
Image page: 20 back page Photographer: NFP Archive
1 Frontcover Photographer: Unknown
Images Description: Lane with washing lines of clothes
Image Page:
Catalogue No.: 59
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Photograph & A Story
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 2
Currency, euro conversion, Irish Pound, Irish free State, 1928, decimalisation, 1971, Viking settlers, coins, Anglo-Norman, 1460
Keywords:
Drogheda, root of all evil, new moon, celestial, calendar, pre-Christian, health, coins in wells, media, film, A Fist Full of Dollars, Funny
Paper Smith, Counterfeiting, electronic transfer, forged notes, bank, money, numismatics, Coin Collectors Fair, Imperial Hotel, South
Mall.
Images Description: Shop money rates advertisement during the
Image page: 2
Photographer: Unknown
conversion to the Euro currency
Catalogue No.: 60
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
The Old Head of Kinsale
Article Title:
Author: Billy McCarthy
Page No.: 3
Development, land use, urban, rural, wildlife, environmental impact, communications, infrastructure, tourism, visitors, golf, city,
Keywords:
shooting, game, dog, setter, pheasant, bird, Kildinian, animal welfare, sport, humour, transportation, motorbike, Bantam, film,
Student Prince, Mario Lanza, children, youth, television shows, fishing, Kinsale, holy water, religion, men, role models, family,
community, Ringabella, Robertscove, geography, topography, sea, cliffs
Images Description: Ruins on the Old Head of Kinsale
Image page: 3
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
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Cliffs off the Old Head of Kinsale
Image page:
4
Photographer:
Unknown
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Catalogue No.: 61
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Adventures on the Butter Road
Article Title:
Author: Martin O Mahony
Page No.: 4
Kerryman’s Table, cattle, dairy, food, butter, agriculture, tradition, farming, transportation, Quaker’s Rd, Seam McCarthy, videoKeywords:
making, documentary, history collection, trade, Nadd, Nead and Fiolar, The Eagle’s Nest, turf, horses, cart, Church of Ireland, St.
Anne’s Shandon, bells, Butter Exchange, museum, Tony O Reilly, Colin Rynne, At the Sign of The Cow, 1790, 1924, childhoods,
Shandon St, Blarney St, North Gate Bridge, slaughterhouses, hide and skin merchants, cooperages, butchers, family, shoe repair,
liquor
Images Description: Kerryman’s Table boulder
Image page: 4
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 62
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Maryborough House
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 5
Estate, house, grandeur, hotel, Douglas River, farm, orchard, woods, garden, demesne, Dan O Sullivan, Newenhams, Coolmore,
Keywords:
th
Crosshaven, Perriers, Huguenots, Sherrard, agriculture, restoration, Georgian, servants, landed gentry, stables, courtyards, 17
century, wine cellars, prison, cell, stone walls, sentry posts, tolls, Carrigaline, Hugh Sherrard, trees, shrubs, foliage, gardening,
horticulture, botany, woodland, wildlife, rabbits, pheasants, foxes, The Milk Maid’s House, dew bath, medicine, Orchard House, old
age, secret to long life, longevity,
Images Description: Exterior of Maryborough House
Image page: 5
Photographer: CP Hudson
Images Description:
Ruins of old house on Maryborough Estate
Image page:
5
Photographer:
CP Hudson
Catalogue No.: 63
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
When Paganini Came to Cork
Article Title:
Author: Jim Morrish
Page No.: 6
Violin, music, famous, performer, musician, travel, 1831, Niccolo Paganini, sound recording, live concerts, Theatre Royal, Oliver
Keywords:
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Plunkett St, Cork Constitution, newspaper, review, magic, spiritual, upper middle class, crowd, Irish Air of Patrick’s Day, tune,
science, audience, fashion, classical, devil, superstition, clothing, burial, Church, culture, customs
Images Description: View of Cork circa 1831
Image page: 6
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Drawing of Paganini playing
Image page:
6
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 64
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Our Linguistic Heritage
Article Title:
Author: John Mehegan
Page No.: 7
Language, words, English, Irish, Celtic, people, emigration, tradition, culture, migration, linguistics, geography, political, historical,
Keywords:
division, classification, roots, origins, Old Irish, Modern English, Typological, Indo-European, Western Europe, continents, Basque,
Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian, Turkish, Central Europe, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Switzerland, Germany, Celts,
mother tongue, Continental Celtic, Celtiberian, Glation, Gaulish, Insular Celtic, 4th Century, Goidelic, Gaelic, Brythonic, British, welsh,
Dal Riada, Pictish, Isle of Man, Manx, Scottish Gaelic, Anglo-saxon, France, Brittany, Breton, Cornish, Welsh, Cumbric, Cumbria,
bilingual, Dolly Pentreath, 1777, John Davey, 1891, native speakers, everyday usage, peaks, plateaux, Highlands, Act of Union, 1707,
dress, music, outlaw, national language, education, political autonomy, sovereign state, French revolution, World War I, armed
forces, law, marginalisation, 1951, Loi Deixonne Law, regional dialects, Diwan Schools, children, learning, school, state-run, legal,
public, Reformation, religion, Act of Parliament, 1563, Book of Common Prayer, Church of England, S4C, television, Early Middle
Ages, Viking, Anglo-Norman, invasion, Penal Laws, aristocracy, government, Act of Union, 1801, Education Bill, 1831, national school
system, Great Famine, constitutional nationalism, sports, literature, Gaelic League 1893, 1922 Irish Constitution, 1937, Gaeltarra
Eireann 1957-1979, Udaras na Gaeltacht, Radio na Gaeltachta, TnaG, TG4, Teilifis na Gaeilge, Gaelscoileanna, living language,
mobility, globalisation, regions, heritage
Images Description: Map of Ireland and England languages
Image page: 7
Photographer: unknown
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
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McCurtain Villas street sign
Welcome to Wales Road sign
The Gill Tavern Teach Tabhairne pub signage
Image page:
Image page:
Image page:
8
9
10
Photographer:
Photographer:
Photographer:
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
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2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Transitions
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 10
Billy Foley, Millfield’s Sunbeam Hosiery Mills, Kevin Danaher, Professor, Irish folkloric studies, The Year in Ireland: Irish Calendar
Keywords:
Lore, Folk-tales of the Irish Countryside, In Ireland Long Ago
Images Description: Photo of Shrub in field
Image
page:
10
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 66
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Saint Therese of Lisieux
Article Title:
Author: Freda O Donovan
Page No.: 11
Religion, adoration, relics, cures, prayers, Diocese of Cork and Ross, Therese Martin, French Carmelite nun, 1873, family, kindness,
Keywords:
compassion, God, Catholic, Lord, Tuberculosis, 1897, The Story of A Soul, devotion, 1925, canonised, sainthood, sacred, holy,
tradition, sick, intercession, North Cathedral, North Chapel, 2001, window displays, like Corpus Christi, flowers, festival, cortege,
Honour Guard of Scouts, Communion children, Dr. John Buckley, Bishop of Cork and Ross, African Missionary Fathers, St Joseph’s
Church Ballintemple, Kinsale Carmelite Friary
Images Description: People queuing outside the North Chapel
Image page: 11
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Relics of Saint Therese on display
Image page:
11
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 67
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Christmas in Shandon, 1958
Article Title:
Author: Declan Kelly
Page No.: 12
Children, 1940s, frugal, war-time. Catholic, family, children, rig-out, clothes, Cohen’s Tailors Winthrop St, Santa, superstition, letters
Keywords:
th
to Santa, customs, tradition, cowboy suit, games, December 8 , Country People’s Christmas Shopping Day, women’s role,
preparations, home, G&V Healy Oliver Plunkett St, Happy Snaps, Paul St, commercialism, toys, Robert Day & Son of Patricks St,
Satna’s Cave, train set, Munster Arcade, Merchant’s Quay, imagination, childhood, Christmas week, Coal Quay, Christmas Tree,
Holly, Mary Burke’s Pub, decoration, homemade, tradition, lights, parcels under the tree, Turkey, shopping, money, groceries, Con
Murphy’s Poultry Firm, Hanover St, O’Sullivan’s in Shandon St., Jennings Raspberry Cordial, Rasa, Mi-wadi Orange squash, Daly’s
Tanora, Thompson’s Duchess Sultana, Christmas cake, USA Assorted biscuits, Afternoon Tea, Christmas Club, saving money, Healy’s
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Shop Dominic St, Nana Healy, paying on credit, ‘put on the book’, Kilgrew’s, Savoy Cinema, chips and sausages, tea, Rudolph the
reindeer, presents, Northside, mass
Images Description: Shandon St, 1928
Image page: 12
Photographer: Irish Examiner
Images Description:
Coal Quay, Christmas Week
Image page:
13
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 68
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Walking on Water – Meitheal Mara and the River Lee
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 14
Maritime, boats, water sports, ship building, tradition, crafts, quayside, orca whales, territorial waters, river, harbour, Statio bene
Keywords:
Fido Carinis, A Safe Harbour for Ships, civic motto, mythic, Laoi, Celtic deity Lugh, spirituality, warrior Leader, Lunasa, calendar, tides,
pre-christian, Lugh-Chromain, Little Stooping Lugh, Lepreachaun, Sabhrann, Sever, Sequana, Seine, Sabrina, aquatic heritage, boatbuilding techniques, skills, wood, nature, waterways, South Channel, Crosses Green House, 1818, Cashman, meitheal, co-operative
gathering, rural neighbours, Padraig o Duinnin, Irish, Sullane, marshes, Carrig d Drohid Dam, inland delta, flora Fauna, environment,
naomhog, west kerry traditional fishing canoe, history, folklore, organisation, not-for-profit, training centre, wood working, currach
rowing, interdependency, sea, speed, Fungi, dolphin, Dingle, Isle of Wight, Julius Caesar, 1st century, Viking, gaelic, Saint Brendan,
Columbus, Dante’s Inferno, artifacts, literature, Latin, 6ft coracles, Dunfanaghy, hazel rod, kayaks, Artic circle, leather-covered
ocean-going vessels, Spey, Scotland, Brittany, Galacia, Spain, Wales, Iveragh, Kerry, Boyne, 1930s, Munster Blackwater, upside
down, pine, deal, ash, wood treating, Aran Island, gunwales, rudders, keels, sea-worthy, The Night of The Big Wind, Tom Murphy,
Cleggan disaster, Mayo, Donegal, Galway, launching, naming of boats, traditions, religion, little bag of sand from the churchyard,
prohibitions, red hair, superstitions, foxes, Blacket Island fiddle tune, Port na Buichi, ghost song, whale song, international, national
symbol, oars-people, Douarnenez, Brittany, culture, unionist, Nationalist, language, Christianity, Colmcille, Walking on Water
Maritime Map, reclamation of the inner Cork, Corach Mór na Mumhan, The Great Marsh of Munster, medieval, tidal, The venic of
Ireland, Middle Parish, Edmund Smith, Nick Duff, Alan Elliot, sociology, Tony Twomey, Harbour Commissioners, The Port of Cork
Company, Saint Marie’s of the Isle, Dominican Friary, streetscape, Colin Rynne, Archaeology, UCC, Drawbridge st, Crawford Art
Gallery, Customs House, King’s Dock, Emmett Place, South Mall, mooring rights, The Chateau Bar, Patrick’s St, channel,
underground, myth, cannon Bishop Lucey Park, backwater, inlets, The Millstream, Bishops’ Marsh, Bishop’s island, Twig Marsh, St
Aloysius School, 1887, 1934, Muskerry Light Railway, anglers, fishing, trout, salmon, Connaught Avenue, St. Finbarr’s cave, religion,
Church of Ireland’s Bishop’s gardens, Ann Trinder, Bishop Man, 1782, Plan of Cork 16th century, Dean’s Hall, Proby’s Bridge,
poachers, The Back River, water bailiffs, transportation, mills, tanneries, breweries, distilleries, water power, industry, waste water,
Industry at Crosse’s Green , Journal of the cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Colm o Mahony, 1844, animal welfare, fish,
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Sunday’s Well, O’Reilly’s Marsh, Distillery Fields, Alderman O’ Reilly’s Bridge 1760, Wise’s Quay, Saint Vincent’s footbridge,
Franciscan Monks, Wise family, 1779, Matthew kenneally, The One Miler, Rope Walk, Mick O’Leary, Ropork, games, children,
Christie Ring Bridge, Kiln River, estuary, Watercourse Rd, Poulraddy Harbour, Ballycannon Bride, Kerry Pike, Saint John’s Mills, flour,
food, Daly’s Distillery, accent, intrusive vowel, Sand Quay, Nathaniel Grogan The Elder’s painting, View of Cork, 1770, Carroll’s Quay,
Punch’es Bridge, 1782, shallow draught lighters, Murphy’s Brewery, 1850s, John Rocques, 1759, The Foundling Hospital, Lady’s Well
Bridge, floods, De Groves of De Pool, R A Milikin, pollution, Paddy o Connor, Roman St, Pope’s Quay, Richard T Cooke, Tony Mahony,
frozen, butter, liquor, John St, Sand Quay House, iron rings, docking, Pat Daly, logs, sawmill, PJ Hegarty, Eustace’s, wood fed stove,
mechanisation, sandstone, spawn, tourist, education, economy, protection, upgrading, Dyke Stream, Mardyke- Fitzgerald Park area,
Freddy Lambkin, Cork County Cricket Club, Cork Main Drainage Scheme, De Valera bridge, Michael Collins bridge, Clontarf bridge,
Brian Boru Bridge, Parnell bridge, 1982, closure to upstream shipping, Edmund Smith, rowing clubs, sport, water activities, weir,
tides, water levels, currents, whales, ocra, dog-fish, Paddy Barry, sailor, Gradam Meitheal Mara, award, navigation, North West
Passage, Norweigean, Roald Amundsen, killer whalem orcinus orca, delphinidae family, dolphin, animal welfare, June 2001, pod,
community, Roche’s Point, Padraig O Diunnin, Inuit, spiritual, Sea Owman, folklore, myth, Sea Woman, Sedna, Nuliayuk, seals,
metamorphosis, narwhals, international, Greenland
Images Description: Padraig O Duinnin and crew with currach
Image page: 14
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Coracle boat ‘Walking on Water’ Exhibition
Currach and crew on the Lee at Blackrock
Remnant of a working river – heron on The Kiln,
Leitrim St
‘The Back River’ The Bishop’s Marsh Backwater
Entrance to former Ice House? John Street
Kiln River building frontage, Carroll’s Quay
Patrick’s Bridge, River Lee
Orca whales in Cork harbour
Catalogue No.: 69
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Jo Allen – A Northside Artist
Article Title:
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Unknown
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Unknown
Claire Fitzpatrick
Marie-Annick Desplanques
Unknown
Unknown
C. P. Hudson
Unknown
Unknown
Year:
Page No.:
2002
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Art, painting, culture, tradition, artist, street life, portraits, people, community, Irish, American, music, Crawford School of Art, Tig
Fili, artist in residence, Firkin Crane Centre, dance, Clare Byewater, class, social, influence, inspiration, characters, citizen,
communication, Family Games, group, landscape, craft work, still life, drawing, studio, street performers, improvisation
Images Description: Jo Allen
Image page: 20
Photographer: Unknown
Keywords:
Images Description:
Man sitting - Jo Allen drawing – ‘Domestic Gods’
series
Image page:
20
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 70
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
A Myriad of Shopkeepers
Article Title:
Author: Dolores Horgan
Page No.:
Excerpts,
sound
recordings,
Monica’s
Costume
World,
fancy
dress,
occupation,
dress-making,
craft,
education,
early school leaving,
Keywords:
Sunbeam, training, sewing, entrepreneur, small business, alterations, curtains, hand craft, shop, Farran St, community, sweet shop,
toys, retail, scales, measuring weights, poopies, food, scuttle scales, nostalgia, smells, aroma, caramels, sweets, newspapers,
recycling, reused, Pophams Rd, Curtains, family run businesses, Murphy’s, Ormond’s, Patsy Pop ice lollies, iceberger, ice-cream,
children, treats, Denise Horgan, Kathleen English, Catherine Fray, Noel Magnier, customer service, Coughlan’s butcher shop, meat,
greyhound, animal welfare, theft, poverty, class, humour, funny story, Bulldog Lane, messages, errands, Minnie Cogan, snuff,
tobacco, transportation, Tommy Mintern, poetry, money, bands, music, dance halls, Molly Owen’s, appleas, meat, pudding rashers,
Paddy Twomey, Manley’s, horse supplies, John O Connell, butchers, Harry Ormond, Donnelly’s Bakery, Fitzgerald’s bakery,
Creedons, O’Connell’s Simcox’s, Dirty Boys shop, Larry O ‘Brien’s pub, Kearney’s Lane, tripe and drisheen, O’Reilly’s, Butler’s, Dan
Hurley, cobbler, Bob and Jane, Step Lane
Images Description: Linehan’s sweet shop front and sign
Image page: 21
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Donnelly’s Bakery front and sign
Image page:
22
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 71
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Cork’s Crooked Spire
Article Title:
Author: Rev. John Faris
Page No.: 23
Trinity Church, religion, landmark, spire, architecture, landscape, streetscape, Vincent Kerr, Grosvenor Bar, MacCurtain St, drovers,
Keywords:
animals, landuse, Trinity Presbyterian Church, Summerhill North, Scotland, Scots Church, Frank o Connor, Princes St, Unitarian
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Church, merchants, trade, 19th century, orthodox Trinitarian teaching, Queen St, Father Matthew St, 1861, Gothic, meeting houses,
choir gallery, Reformed, preaching, pulpit, organ, music, Megahy, sang without music, acoustics, Carmichael School, Cash, Cash’s
Store Patrick’s St, Carmichael, Arnott, Smith and hitchmough. Church hall, Summerhill National School, plaques, 1928, Great War,
1914 – 1918, Trinity plaque, fur coat brigade, working class, Queen St, Sir John Lunham, Lotamore, industry, factory, charity,
communion table, memorial, folklore, class disputes, church bell, alcohol, Imperial Hotel 1861, Rev Magill Mr J Tarrig, limestone,
Portland stone, Bath stone, masonry, building, construction, occupation, Kentish Rag stonework, craftsmanship
Images Description: Trinity Church spire from street level
Image page: 23
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Former Queen St Church
Image page:
23
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 72
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Gaelscoileanna – ‘Nurturing an Ancient Language’
Article Title:
Author: Sean Walsh
Page No.: 24
Language, Irish, Gaelic, English, education, primary, secondary, children, childhood, state, Gaelgoiri, workplace, practical, Ber
Keywords:
Breathnach, teacher, Colaiste an Phiarsaigh, Glanmire, Gaelscoil, Sinead Sheppard, pop music, native, European languages, fluent,
pupils, students, 1974, boarding school, subjects, transition year, Irish-speaking, scholarships
Images Description: Sean Walsh and Ber Breathnach
Image page: 24
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Sinead Sheppard and pop band ‘6’ band
members
Image page:
25
Photographer:
Irish Examiner
Catalogue No.: 73
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Letters to the Editor
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 26
Little Nellie, Waterford, Royal Artillery, Barracks, military service, William Organ, Dungarvan, musician, trumpeter, Portlaw, 1895,
Keywords:
1903, Father Egan, Ballybricken Parish Church, religion, devotion, exhumation, Pope Saint Pius X, Model of the Child Communicant,
faith, memorial plaque, Lindville Private Psychiatric Hospital, nursing, matrons, Barbara Martin, David Smith, theology, Walshe’s
Lane, Sean o Callaghan, Kevin o Mahony, Patrick o Herily, Fenian, tradition, custom, family, John Fahy
Images Description: John Creedon reading The Archive in Bell’s Field Image page: 26
Photographer: Evening Echo
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Catalogue No.: 74
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Book review
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 27
The heritage of Ireland, Neil Buttimer, Colin Rynne, Helen Guerin, A Sense of Place, Mayfield History and Folklore Group,
Keywords:
Balienamought, Old Youghal Road, community, Rory Gallagher, Jean Noel Coghe, Lorna Carson, Brian Steer, music, rock, Naming the
Tradition, Community Women’s Educational Initiatives, self-empowerment, community, travellers, self-awareness, knowledge,
Three Brass Balls, Jim Fitzpatrick, going to the pawn, money, povery, pawnbroke, pawn shop, folklore, Industrial Archaeology of Cork
City and Environs, Colin Rynne, A Life of Usefulness, Billy Migham, Quaker, Abrahan Beale, Monard and Coolowen iron works, mills,
Ghosts of Cork: Chilling Eye Witness Accounts, Pauline Kackson, history, humour, stories, tales, Southwork Vol 3 No 1, Munster
Literature Centre, Paddy Glavin, Mary Johnson
Images Description:
Image page:
Photographer:
Catalogue No.: 75
6
2002
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
The Urban Landscape
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 28
St Finbarr’s Cathedral, River Lee, William Burges, 1870 Victorian Gothic Church, worship, religion, Church of Ireland, Christian, water,
Keywords:
Celtic, Proby’s Bridge, subterranean waterway, The Back River, poachers
Images Description: St Finbarre’s Cathedral from the River Lee
Image page:
28
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 76
7
2003
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Photograph & a Story
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 2
Flooding, water, 2002, Ned Spriggs, Willie Gough, sand bags, disaster, housing, Victorian, lanes, Ref Forge Rd, Old Mallow Road,
Keywords:
Kilbarry heights, terraced cottages, industrial housing, 1836, flour mills, Cork Spinning and Weaving Company, Sunbeam Wolsey
Hosiery Mills, folklore bullet, The troubles, 1918- 1921, republicanism
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Images Description:
Ned Sriggs and Willie Gough at Millfield
Cottages
Image page:
2
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 77
7
2003
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Lord Mayor’s Note
Article Title:
Author: Cllr John Kelleher
Page No.: 3
Glounthaune, small business, entrepreneur, occupation, retail, food, fruit and veg, eggs, chickens, The Heron’s Perch, PJ Sheehan,
Keywords:
Eamon Kelleher, Michael Kelleher, Caherlag, courting, marriage, Leamlara, Carrigtwohill, transportation, brewery, Murphy family,
World War II, Church of the Sacred Heart, Community, religion, honeymoon, All-Ireland Hurling Final, childhood, children illness,
death, Ideal Weatherproofs, extended family, Cobh Junction, train, depression, ill health, role of women, gender, ted Jeffers,
Primary school, education, Mrs Canty, Mrs Shaw, Mr. Cooper, Dunkathel House, County Council, housing, Cunningham family,
O’Neill family, Eamonn de Valera, self-sufficiency, rearing animals, sanitation, water, urban planning, failures, housing, social
exclusion, New Inn, Little Island, Glounthaune, bicycles, bus, Sallybrook, Brook Inn, Bowles family, rainwear, clothing, gender
working women, employees, Mrs Foley, Glyntown, Nell Power, Brooklodge, Mrs Foxe
Images Description: Mayor John Kelleher in his chain of office
Image page: 3
Photographer: unknown
Images Description:
John Kelleher’s house at Dunkathel
Image page:
3
Photographer:
unknown
Catalogue No.: 78
7
2003
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Wednesday’s Child
Article Title:
Author: Maurice O’ Brien
Page No.: 4
Cork City, nostalgia, childhood, youth, 1960s, women, education, school, religion, nuns, Saint Vincent Primary School, starting
Keywords:
school, clothing, uniforms, First Holy Communion, dress, Catholic, religious education, fear, folklore, stories, Togher Shopping
Centre, early school leaving, occupation, butcher, food, child labour, spin the bottle, love, romance, Thomas Nott, Ann Murphy,
Johnny Morrison, taxidermist, childhood rivalry, first kiss, superstition
Images Description: Children on a bench – Maurice O Brien on right Image page: 4
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
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Residential Estate – Terrace of early dreams
Maurice O’Brien on roller skates
Image page:
Image page:
4
5
Photographer:
Photographer:
Unknown
Unknown
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Catalogue No.: 79
7
2003
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
The Dyke Stream
Article Title:
Author: Anthony E. Dundon
Page No.: 5
Middle Parish, 1798, Curraheen River, Gaol Bridge, 1835, moat, Fitzgerald’s Park, construction, urban landscape, Mardyke, canal,
Keywords:
water, Sheare’s St, Nile St, 1798, Battle of the Nile, Aboukir Bay, Nelson, geography, gondolas, Cork Exhibition, 1902, tourism, 1849,
Cork Cricket Grounds, 1874, Cork and County Cricket Club, 1884, sport, team, thoreens, sprats, fishing, slock apples, food, orchards,
blackthorn stick, trespassing, theft, childhood, language, St Joseph’s School, watercourse, 1913, the Marsh, Presentation Brothers,
education, Bob Tanner, 1963, Lee, tide, whirlpool, water safety, ladder, folklore, 1950s, school books, accidents, Dyke Parade,
rescue, Pres Field, rugby, Beamish and Crawford, industry, brewing, labourer, barley, UCC, development, urban renewal, public
opposition, city council, elm trees
Images Description: Cricket grounds at the Mardyke
Image page: 5
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Images Description:
Mardyke promenade view in 1905
Mardyke promenade view in 1918
Image page:
Image page:
6
6
Photographer:
Photographer:
Unknown
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 80
7
2003
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
The Bowlers Rest
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 7
Sport, bowling, Mick Barry, public house, alcohol, community, Blackpool, licensed premises, Mallow Road, Dublin St, Millfield,
Keywords:
Killbarry, Delaney’s, hurling club, Gaelic, Denis Murphy, family business, occupation, lifestyle, tradition, licensing laws, serving laws,
county boundaries, city meets county, road bowling, Ballyvolane, Old Whitechurch Road, art, Oliver Parsons, lofted the viaduct,
Chetwynd railway viaduct, cast iron pillar, Molly Howe’s Bar, 1970, Thomas Davis St, Spring Lane, GAA, Glen Hurling Club, ESB Pole
field, Commons field, Bride river, Glen River, children, childhood, games, swimming, water, wildlife, foxes, trout, fish, otters,
Hewitt’s Whiskey, Hewitt’s Watercourse Distillery, heritage, ghost, Barry Mitchell, superstition, presence, apron over his clothes
Images Description: Artwork depicting Mick Barry, who lofted the
Image page: 7
Photographer: Unknown
viaduct
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Catalogue No.: 81
7
2003
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Ospidéal na Leanbh Tréighte
Article Title:
Author: Seόirse Sálter (Canόnach)
Page No.: 8
Children, os gaeilge, irish language, Foundling Hospital, charity, illness, Shandon, 1747, coal, admissions, clothing, education, doctor,
Keywords:
1833, 1765 children, Roll list, Kiln River, John St, Canon Salter,
Images Description: Former Foundling Hospital entrance, Leitrim St Image
Images Description:
Shandon circa 2000
page:
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Unknown
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 82
7
2003
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Year:
The Nun’s Story
Article Title:
Author: Seán Walsh
Page No.: 9
Presentation Convent, Turner’s Cross, Sister Marie Collins, Catholic, Dolores Horgan, religion, religious education and training,
Keywords:
novice, education, Novitiate, professed, community, order, prayers, strict, study, occupation, rosary, women, gender, devote,
dedication, primary school teaching, clothing, leisure, media, transportation, God, hair styles, veils, Vatican II, modernity,
liberalisation, church, doctrine, habit, money, salary, allowance, travel, pilgrimages, Douglas St
Images Description: The Presentation Convent at Turner’s Cross
Image page: 9
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
South Presentation Convent, Douglas St
Image page:
9
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 83
7
2003
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Laethanta Scoile; Cuimhni Cinn
Article Title:
Author: Con Higgins
Page No.: 10
Irish language, children, summer holidays, childhood, Hurling, North Monastery Primary School, education, North Presentation
Keywords:
Primary School, Scoil Mhuire Fatima, sports, tradition, films, old school hall, cinema, media, De Mon, Sciath na Saol sa Mhainister
Thuaidh ό Thobh an Mhúinteora, John Anderson, teaching, schools league, Pairc uí Chaoimh, Once a Mon boy, always a Mon boy,
The Pride of the Northside
Images Description: Young hurlers, North Monastry Primary School Image page: 10
Photographer: Unknown
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Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Young hurlers playing, North Monastery
John Anderson, Glen Hurler and North Mon
Coach
Young hurlers playing
Image page:
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Unknown
11
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Photographer:
Image page:
11
Photographer:
Unknown
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 84
7
2003
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Year:
GAA Memories
Article Title:
Author: Billy McCarthy
Page No.: 12
Michael O Hehir, sports, commentator, media, radio, wireless, All Ireland Hurling Final, Quaker Road, Mrs Jones, children,
Keywords:
Images
Description:
Images
Description:
community, neighbours, Croke Park, Sunday afternoon, gaelic games, 1950s, East view Terrace, geography, urban landscape, street
life, street games, childhood, football, Garda O Halloran, police, fine, Garda, domestic disturbance, Christ King Primary School,
Turner’s Cross, Brother Andrew, Hurling, sports field, religious involvement in education, Redmonds hurling and Football Club,
Airport nine-a-side Gaelic Football tournament, occupation, airport refueler, Irish Shell Ltd, Cork Airport, Billy O Halloran, family life,
leisure, games, street leagues, Pat Dwyer, volunteerism, community, sports clubs, repair and maintenance of hurleys, committee,
sliotars, footballs, bingo caller, club president, Douglas GAA, Senior Football, Millennium, Derry Holland, youth work
Billy McCarthy at City Hall with Lord Mayor
Image page: 12
Photographer: Unknown
North Monastery Primary School hurlers, Craig
Leahy, Stephen lake, Paul Cummins
Image page:
1
Cover
Photographer:
Stephen Hunter
Catalogue No.: 85
7
2003
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Women’s Oral History Project in UCC
Article Title:
Author: Maire Leand and Liz Kiely
Page No.: 13
Women, history, collection, preservation, study, folklore, Women in Paid Employment in Munster 1936 – 1960, Women in Irish
Keywords:
Society, gender, Higher Education Authority Programme for Third Level Institutions in Ireland, stories, Cork, Kerry, Limerick,
interviews, textual ethnography, memories
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Catalogue No.: 86
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Transitions
Article Title:
Author:
Con
Murphy,
Cork
Male
Voice
Choir,
Maureen
O
Keeffe,
poetry, memorial, Jo Allen, artist, musican.
Keywords:
Year:
Page No.:
2003
13
Catalogue No.: 87
7
2003
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Year:
Excerpts from the Sound Archive
Article Title:
Author: Dolores Horgan
Page No.: 14
Textile industry, Peggy Payne, Mr W. Dwyer, factory, labour, occupation, mill, Butter Market, industrialisation, industrial revolution,
Keywords:
childhood, labour, early school leaving, education, training, family, community, parental control, social, staff social events,
excursion, Castlefreke, management, authority, human resources, food, sports, Nancy Byrne, Sunbeam Wolsey, basement, dye
house, Howarth, dyer, occupation, raw wool, machinery, stockings, clothes, jumpers, socks, overlock workers, sewing machinists,
hand-finishers, menders, usherette, Cork Opera House, packer, electric sewing machine, women, gender, supervisor, assembly line,
medical treatment, leisure activities, Madge Barry, departments, company, spinning, silk, nylons, fruit, birds, cockatoos, peacocks,
surgery, dentist, Greta Kiely, catering manager, dining room, canteen, waiter service, class, vegetable garden, gardener, Catherine O
Callaghan, family tradition, Good weat, Marina textiles, welders, fitters, Blackpool Church, Broad Lane, chapel, Dwyers, choir, Jack
Lynch, Dunlop, Ford, 1950s, baths, education, one day a week school, Noel keohane, machine mechanic, trade, Lee Hosiery, Siltone
Knitwear, Finbarr Knitwear, Glenroe knitwear, Blarney Woollen Mills, tourist market, Willie Dwyer, swimming pool
Images Description: Sunbeam Workers – large group of ladies, Old
Image page: 14
Photographer: Unknown
Butter Exchange premises
Images Description: Willie Dwyer enjoying Sunbeam swimming pool Image page: 15
Photographer: Blackpool Historical
with factory staff, Millfield
Society
Catalogue No.: 88
7
2003
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Walking the Line
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 16
The Albert St Station, railway, train, Blackrock and Passage Railway, 1850, Monkstown, CBPR, Crosshaven, 1904, Steamers, Cork
Keywords:
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Harbour, Patrick’s Bridge, Queenstown, Cobh, Glenbrook, Aghada, 1862, Cork to Cobh, Youghal Railway, harbour steamers, 1925,
Free State, transportation, travel, motorised, Civil War, investment, urban development, Great Southern Railways, 1932, trackway,
walking and cycling facility, wildlife, terminus, City Park, Victoria Station, Victoria Quay, Kennedy Quay, 1891, Marina Flour Mill,
1986, 1873, Albert St, Cork Race Course, Sir John Benson, 1812 – 1874, Hibernian Buildings, Jewtown, Lithuanian – Jewish
community, Victoria Road, Kennedy Park, JFK, President Kennedy, June 28, 1963, Monerea Marshes, pre-reclamation shoreline,
Blackrock Road, Military Road, Monahan, Rd, urban landscape, geography, road layout, development, John Monahan, City Manager,
The Boggy Road, folklore, nickname, horse chestnuts, Balkans, horticulture, conkers, oblionher, chessies, games, street games,
children, conqueror, colloquialisms, amethysts, limestone quarry, diamond rush, Diamond Hill, story, McCarthy Monument, W.B
Atkins, 1871, Alexander McCarthy, MP, landowner, Cashel Eoghanacts, lineage, CJF McCarthy, King’s quay, Lindville House, Munster
Agricultural Showgrounds, Pairc ui Chaoimh, Atlantic Pond, Marina Walk, seawall, Noel Morrish, Gunpowder Quay, Ballincollig
Powder Mills, explosives, Horses, transportation, Barrington’s Ave, Crimean War-era cannon, twenty five in one gun, 1876, time
keeping, one o clock, Greenwich Royal Observatory, longitude, elm trees, flowers, Pier Head Inn, Ballintemple, The Venue, The
Temple Inn, Lindville Hospital, Maryville Court, architecture, buildings, Ardfoyle Ave, Janeville, gate lodge, Maurice Griffith, plaque,
hanging, 1798, civil war, Ardfoile House, Clifton, demesne, Our Lady’s of the Apostles Hospital, 1912, Barrington’s folly, Marina Folly,
The Castle, 1780, Carden Terry, 1742-1821, Ballintemple Corporation, satirical, satire, humour, Dundanion Caslte, Quaker, William
Penn, 1682, Galwey family, Dun Dangeon, The Strongly Fortified Place, Sit Thomas Deane, 1792 – 1871, ceremonial sod cutting, the
polluting multitude, Shelley, poet, Dundanion Bridge, 1848, Pike family, Cork Heritage Park, Molly's orchard, Rochestown Viaduct,
anti-treaty republicans, bombing, children’s nursery rhyme, little nut tree, poem, poetry, king of Spain’s daughter, lore, Roynanes,
wine merchants, occupation, Spanish princess, royalty, 1623, Spanish Infanta, courtship, wooing, intermediary, fog trees, walnut
tree, Philip Roynane, mathematician, folklore, child abduction, giant called Mahon, child labour, blacksmith’s apprentice, cave,
housing, Giant’s Stair, Monkstown, rescue, skilled metal worker, Philip Roynane’s Island, Upper Lake, Killarney, fishing, leisure,
Sarsfields of Doughcloyne, restoration, reclaimed wood, furnish, architecture, interior design, ghosts, haunted, mantelpiece, Colonel
John Lucy, There’s a Devil in the Drum, Rochestown Inn, Cinnamon Cottage, Norwood Court Hotel, Alto Villa, High House, 1858,
Charles Dickens, Standish Hayes O’Grady, Great Expectations, inspiration, Montfieldstown House, Hallow’een, hedgerows, fish,
oysters, blackberries, fruit, dris, thorny bush, smeara dubha, superstition, family, custom, Weil’s disease, rats, wildlife, plant life,
insecticide, council, propeller shaft, Sirius, first steamer, 1838, Richard Roberts, Church of Ireland, burial, Hourihane’s Bar, Bosun
Bar, Ensign Bar, Monkstwon Inn, Archdekin family, 1636, Anastasia Goold, folklore, goat, entrepreneur, industrious, Monkstown Golf
Course, British Army, urban, rural, suburban life
Images Description: Exterior of the Albert St Station, Cork
Image page: 16
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Images Description:
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Two ladies walking by the Atlantic Pond in
winter
Lindville House – exterior
Image page:
16
Photographer:
Unknown
Image page:
17
Photographer:
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Images Description:
Images Description:
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Images Description:
Maryville Court – exterior
Dundanion Castle, built circa 1550 – ruins
Dundanion Bridge
Man fishing at Monkstown foreshore
Monkstwon Castle sketch
Two people walking on a tree-lined path
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Unknown
Unknown
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Unknown
Peter McSweeney
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 89
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2003
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
A Folklore Miscellany
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 20
When the Goddess stirs; high water and wet feet, flooding, blackpool, Lady[‘s Well Bridge, marshland, reclaimed, The River Bride,
Keywords:
1895, Christmas, seasons, weather, calendar, deaths, accidents, Traveller woman, Spring Lane, flaw hackler, occupation, 1951, Great
William O Brien St, Ballycannon Bride, tides, landscape, superstition, Celtic Goddess, Christian, patron Saint, Brigid, Kerry Pike, snow,
1946-1947, Tivoli House, 1995, 2000, Ballyvolane House, Oliver Cromwell, 1649, Christmas, The College, Ellis House, 1641, Stephen
Coppinger, King’s Olf Castle, Cromwell Room, interior design, furnishing, Williamite, 1690 Bottle Hill, 1701, marriage, Arthur o Neill,
blind harper, musician, gentleman, noarding school, education, tunnel, The Monk’s graveyard, haunted, ghost, superstition, Bathing
House, Tadgh O Leary, Ryan’s River, geography, Ned Ellis, water well, electricity generation, elm tree, Ellis’ Lodge, Leeds Football
Club, Daunt family, William Daunt, mark Bense-Jones, Irish Country Houses, Georgian, The Townland of O’Mullane, Tadgh O
Dúshláine, Baile Folláin, Place of the Healthy, language, Irish, place names, leper, medieval, poverty, Baile na mought, Place of the
Poor, wealth, aristocracy, class, Mary Kenneally, J. Mullane, Mayfield Historical Society, The Middle Parish, Sport Day, 1951, Saitn
Aloysius School, Sheila Chambers, Twomey, Hannah O Donoghue, leisure, social events, Eileen Burke, Kyle St, occupation, public
house, The Market Br. Ann Trinder, Bishop’s island, Bishop’s Marsh, Pana, Patrick St, regeneration, urban landscape, development,
John Foley, bronze statue, artwork, Temperance, Theobald Mathew, 1864, landmarks, Mangan’s Clock, Fireman’s Rest, The
Busman’s Hut, tram service, transportation, Pat Poland, fire services, rescue ladders, escape, accident, Washington St, 1891, Emmet
Place, 1894, 1904, Tramway Inspector’s Hut, first ladder-equipped fire engine, 1930, Victorian Clock, 1871, weights, clockwork,
technology, mechanics, James Mangan, Cork clock making firm, Four Faced Liar, St Ann’s Shandon, 1847, Springville House,
Crusader, Michael O Hanlon, The Douglas Weekly, 19th century house, Ashton School, Blackrock Road, Saint John’s Lane, Shanahan
family, 1930s, Knights hospitallers of Saitn John, charity, health, hospice, ill health, poverty, Crisader monks, Douglas St, freshwater
spring, place names, Cooney Family, Bull’s Lane, Bull’s Asylum, Citta Della, protestant mental hospital, ruins, sword, artefacts, holy
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water font, religion, Grey sisters, folklore, Channel Island, carving, plaque, architecture, chimney, 19th century envelope, hidden
treasures, letters, manuscript, secret tunnel, Church of Ireland, boarding school, Le Rochelle House, Navarre, Huguenots, title,
family, secrets, treasures, Flor Hurley, superstition, occupation, care-taker, Ger Allen, Sawmill St, Saint John’s College of Further
education, Church of Ireland, animal welfare, accidents, superstition, Doctor, occupation, Lord Mayor of Cork, John Kelleher,
Balinadee History Group, search for a stone monument, Cork Fever Hospital, 1963, cenotaph, Dr John Milner Barry, 1768, Kilgobbin
Cross, healthcare, Philip McCarthy, diseases, poverty, welfare, class, religion, Protestant, sectarianism, Catholic, women’s rights,
gender, 1822, Rathcormac, plaque, Fota House, Fota Wildlife Park, Smith-Barry family, 1820s, architect, Richard Morrison, William
Vitruvius Morrison, neo-classical, Richard Wood, artist, tourism, place names, ecology,
Images Description: Sunbeam Building – sketch
Image page: 20
Photographer: Peter McSweeney
Images Description:
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The River Bride circa 2000 low water level
The River Bride circa 2000 water level
Children with snowballs Christmas 2000
Ballyvolane House ‘ the College’ 1988
Ruins of Coppinger Court, Glandore, West Cork
Fountain on Grande Parade – sketch
St Aloysius Sports Day May 1951
Fireman’s Hut Patrick’s St
Tower ruin sketch
Springville House circa 1968
Saint John’s College – exterior
Standing stone sketch
Ruins of house at Kilgobbin Cross, West Cork
Fota House
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Unknown
Unknown
C. P Hudson
Jim Fitzgerald
Unknown
Peter McSweeney
Irish Examiner
Unknown
Peter McSweeney
Michael O Hanlon
Unknown
Peter McSweeney
Unknown
Unknown
Year:
2003
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Article Title:
Keywords:
Letters to the Editor
Author:
Page No.:
25
Heather Collins, Dolores Horgan, Discover Cork Schools History Project, Saint Angela’s College, textile industry, William Dwyer,
Sunbeam, John Power, Jim Power, lost at sea, seamen, S.S. Ardmore, 1940, ship wreck, sinking, deaths, accidents, Saltee islands,
Limore Quay, Wexford, religion, memorial, bronze plaque, Penrose Quay, Michael Collins Bridge, Upper Saint John St, Lloyd’s Lane,
Ronnie Hurley, South Parish Historical Society, Lindville Private psychiatric Hospital, Ballintemple, nursing, occupation, mock-tudor,
asylum, 1855, Dr Casey Osborne, architecture, William B Atkins, Victorian, Shanakiel, Lee Rd, artwork, painting, superstition, female
demon, horse riding, smoke, chimney, glowing eyes, ghosts, haunted, myths and legends, hallucination, New Zealand, McClaren,
Scotland, postcards
Images Description: Heather Collins with The Archive magazine
Image page: 25
Photographer: Dolores Horgan
Images Description:
Images Description:
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S.S. Ardmore
Lindville Hospital, 1996 – exterior
Lindville Hospital 1999 – exterior ruins
Quay side at the Port of Cork
Image
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25
26
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26
Photographer:
Photographer:
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Photographer:
Peter Mulvany
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 91
7
2003
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Book reviews
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 27
Their bones are Scattered, A History of the Old head of Kinsale and Surrounding Area, Raymond White, Keane, the autobiography,
Keywords:
Eamon Dunphy, sport, soccer, Roy Keane, celebrity, local hero, football, The Laneways of Medieval Cork, Gina Johnson, Is that you,
Boy? Noel Magnier, story telling, stories, Dolores Horgan, Oral History, John Mehegan, the Holy Well Tradition, religion, The Pattern
of St Declan, Ardmore, Stiofán Ó Cadhla, beliefs, customs, tradition, T Crofton Corker, Southword, Munster Literature Centre, poetry
Images Description: Roy Keane flag in private garden
Image page: 27
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 92
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The Urban Landscape
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Madden’s Building, Blackpool, market, cattle trade, 1886, Kevin Holland, sculpture, The Bullock and Driver, bronze, Watercourse
Road, 1993, Brocklesby family, Quaker, PJ madden, public housing, social, class, poverty, welfare
Images Description: The Bullock and Driver sculpture by Kevin
Image page: 28
Photographer: Unknown
Holland
Keywords:
Catalogue No.: 93
8
2004
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Year:
Photograph & A Story
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 2
Limestone memorial, Millfield, mystery, folklore, tragedy, accident, railway line, Civil War, the troubles, 1918-1921, Collins Barracks,
Keywords:
suicide, Millfield Stone, Holy well, religion, disappearance
Images Description: Millfield Stone
Image
page:
2
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 94
8
2004
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
A Lord Mayor’s Vision
Article Title:
Author: Cllr Colm Burke
Page No.: 3
Cork European City of Culture, Cork City Council, tourism, attraction, infrastructure, historical, exhibitions
Keywords:
Images Description: Lord Mayor Colm Burke
Image page: 3
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description: Blackrock Castle
Image page: 3
Photographer: Stephen Hunter
Catalogue No.: 95
8
2004
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Year:
Farewell to Sunbeam
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 4
Black Thursday, fire, accident, 2003, Millfield industrial Estate, Refford textile Plant, September 25, red brick mill, Belfast architects,
Keywords:
Boyd & Platt, 1864-1866, Cork Spinning and Weaving Company, Industrial Revolution, flax-spinning, 1990, Sunbeam Wolsey Hosiery,
refurbished, development, landmark, local memory, John Connolly, occupation, factory worker, Ursula Hegarty, smoke, damage,
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Images
Description:
Images
Description:
Images
Description:
Images
Description:
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Description:
Images
Description:
destruction, symbolic, landmark, Breda St Leger, linker, labour, women, gender, class, memorabilia, Knocknanuss House, Pope’s
Road, GAA Glen Hall, Good Shepherd’s Convent, Foxy Lady, superstition, paranormal
‘Black Thursday’ Sunbeam fire with onlooker,
Image page: 1
Photographer: Stephen Hunter
2003
Cover
Smoke plumes of Sunbeam building, 2003
Image page:
4
Photographer:
Unknown
Outhouse ruins after Sunbeam fire, 2003
Image page:
4
Photographer:
Marie Annick Desplaques
Sunbeam ruins in background after fire, 2003
Image page:
4
Photographer:
Unknown
Man and fire man look on during Sunbeam fire,
2003
Image page:
5
Photographer:
Unknown
Sunbeam building through trees
Image page:
5
Photographer:
Stephen Hunter
Catalogue No.: 96
8
2004
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Year:
Bride Revisited
Article Title:
Author: Colin MacHale
Page No.: 6
Film making, documentary, oral history, folklore, collection, camcorder, technology, record, River Bride, ESB pole field, landscape,
Keywords:
permission, Tom Roche, environmentalist, wildlife, Ballycannon, Frank O Brien, public opposition, watery bridge, urban, rural,
pollution, traffic, transportation, development
Images Description: Using a video camera in documentary making
Image page: 6
Photographer: Martin O Mahony
Catalogue No.: 97
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The Imperial Hotel
Author:
Stephen Hunter
Page No.:
7
Landmark, Sir Thomas Dean, 1721 – 1871, South Mall, 1813, the Commercial Rooms, merchants, trade, leisure, Imperial Clarence,
tavern, hotel, Pembroke St, 1819, South’s bar, La Fayette restaurant, transportation, horses, electric trams, waterway, class, social,
Maria Edgeworth, 1825, Franz List, Charles Dickens, William Makepeace Thackeray, Temperance, Father Theobald Mathew, 1843,
Michael Collins, 1922, art, paintings, Guinness Jazz Festival, Don Baker
Images Description: The imperial Hotel – exterior circa 2000
Image page: 7
Photographer: C P Hudson
Catalogue No.: 98
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2004
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Year:
Cork’s Grand Old Cinemas Brought to Life
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 8
John McSweeney, the Golden Age of Cork’s cinemas, urban, media, The Ritz, The Capital, The Assembly Rooms, The Imperial, Saint
Keywords:
Mary’s Hall, The Lido, The Palace, The Coliseum, The Cameo, picture houses, Northside, Southside, Bellevue Cinema, Michael
Prendergast, Collins Barracks, leisure, social life, community, dance hall, 1964, matinee, Disney, horror, music videos, The Fox and
The Hound, Thriller, Jaws, theatre, seats, dance, Maureen O Keeffe, Everyman Theatre, MacCurtain St, usherette, Dermot Breen,
manager, occupation, film festivals, romance, auditorium, 1959, the Gods, interior design, class, gender, money, schilling, price,
boxes, Anne Murphy, Wolfe Tone St, 1940s, Watercourse Road, stalls, wooden seats, admission, earning money, occupation,
poverty, labour, child labour, Maggie Fenner’s, blackberries, Ogilvie& Moore’s , Parnell Place, Flash Gordon, Superman, cowboy
movies, sweets, food, John Connolly, Fermoy, The Palace, The Royal, projectionist, ballroom, Three stooges, Danger Flynn, Fox’s
Printers, labour, efficiency with money, saving money, economical, Frances Quirke
Images Description: The Everyman Palace – exterior
Image page: 8
Photographer: C P Hudson
Images Description:
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Site of the former Lido cinema – exterior
Cork Film Festival 1956 – crowds on Patrick’s St
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Irish Examiner
Catalogue No.: 99
8
2004
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Year:
Cork’s Great Lady of Film
Article Title:
Author: Martin O Mahony
Page No.: 9
Helen Prout, video-making, film, documentary, Nash’s Boreen, cinema, Millstreet, camera, class, gender, amateur, The Youth Video
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and Film Group, community, film-making, skills, training, Michael O Mahony, Regina Mundi College, Cian O Shea, Irish, Con
MacParlan
Images Description: Helen Prout – film maker
Image page: 9
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 100
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2004
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Year:
Education in 19th Century Cork
Article Title:
Author: Helen Prout
Page No.: 10
1811, education, school, Catholic, poverty, class, gender, protestant, Cork Library Society Rooms, South Mall, money, admission,
Keywords:
1842, Thackeray, books, literature, Father Prout, The Bells of Shandon, the Reliques of Father Prout, private schools, scholar, middleclass, Bishop of Charlestown, John England, Denny Lane, Carrigdhoun, nationalist, poet, music, Irish, 1885, Trinity College,
fellowships, higher education, charity, Saint Stephen’s, Blue Coat Hospital, food, clothing, sea service, trade, Green Coat Hospital,
Charity Shod, Peter Street Charity School, Pomeroy’s School, Deane’s Charity School, Protestant Free School, Church, Ursuline nuns,
Presentation nuns, Douglas St, Convent, Philpott’s Lane, 1802, Edmond Ignatius Rice, Jerome O Connor, Gentlemen of the
Monastery, 1811, Chapel Lane, 1926, compulsory attendance, Education Act, 1892, acceptable absence from school, fishing,
harvesting, conditions, corporal punishment, open fires, heating, 1890, curriculum, science, history, Department of Education,
poetry, Irish, Drom Caor, scholars, Tomás Rua Ó Súilleabháin, school master, hedge school master, national non-sectarian, 1831,
John Kohl, school house, daguerreotype, turf, James Thomson, Professor of Mathematics, Glasgow university, James McCullagh,
syllabus,
Images Description: Cork Library Entrance
Image page: 10
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
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Nano Nagle’s Tomb, South Presentation
Convent
Site of 18th century Hedge School, Castlelyons
Image page:
10
Photographer:
CP Hudson
Image page:
11
Photographer:
Stephen Hunter
Catalogue No.: 101
8
2004
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Year:
Excerpts From The Sound Archive
Article Title:
Author: Dolores Horgan
Page No.: 12
Michael Murphy, Shandon, Francis St, family, tradition, childhood, infant deaths, healthcare, maternity, scarlet fever, TB, babies,
Keywords:
Saint Mary’s national, father Hurley, Easons Hill, school, education, mass, religion, hospital, games, Nancy Cahalane, sweet factory,
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family business, hard-boiled sweets, cream pies, butter nuggets, cough drops, souvenir rock, sugar, Jerome o Callaghan, Dominick St,
Loft Shakespeare Theatre Company, Cathedral, sacristy, church, priests, money, charity, Jenny Healy, Eucharistic Procession, North
Chapel for Benediction, The Blessed Sacrament, Child of Prague, statue, flowers, accident, fire
Images Description: Firkin Crane aerial view
Image page: 12
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 102
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2004
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Year:
The Arcadia
Article Title:
Author: Maureen O Keeffe, Frances Quirke
Page No.: 13
Landmark, Lower Road, The Arc, dance hall, Lower Glanmire Road, romance, childhood, love, Michael Prendergast, 1924, roller
Keywords:
skating rink, 1937, cost, admission price, leisure, Molly O’Shea’s band, Pat Crowley, Vincent Power, Evening Echo, journalist, Sent
‘em Home Sweatin, tickets, attendance, transportation, community, 1960s, Old Spice, Sweet Afton, tobacco, cigarettes, no alcohol,
temperance, The Clipper Calton Show band, The Clippers, The Dixies, jazz, Francis Hall, Dixie Landers, Sean Lucey, Brendan Bowyer,
Royal Show band, Muskerry Ball, Farmers’ Union dance, bicycle, the Four Tops, Rory Gallagher
Images Description: The Arcadia demolition
Image page: 13
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 103
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2004
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Year:
The Shaping of our Cultural Identity
Article Title:
Author: John Mehegan
Page No.: 14
Evolution, cultural landscape, native, Irish, local, urban, rural, Anglo-norman, 1169, 1066, invasion, Anglo-saxon, shire system,
Keywords:
sovereign, royal rights, court system, exchequer, governance, noblemen, autonomy, ealdorman, sheriff, Scotland, Wales, Norman
Conquest, Gaelic society, 1167, Dermot MacMurrough, King of Leinster, exile, Henry II, King of England, Richard Fitzgilbert de Clare,
Earl of Pembroke, Strongbow, tuath, provinces, Thomond, James I, 1171, land grants, Delacy, Decourcy, religion, bishops, church,
property, land, the senscahl of the liberty, Sheriffs of the County of the Cross, 1307, county boundaries, 1534, the pale, lordships,
chieftains, Henry VIII, politics, execution, Garret Óg Fitzgerald, Earl of Kildare, King of Ireland, 1541, 1542, O’Morres, O’ Connors,
King’s County, Queen’s County, 1557, Elizabeth I, 1569, Presidencies of Munster and Connacht, 1570, 1583, Desmond, Ormond,
1606, Tudor, O’Neill’s, O’Donnells, Shiring, disloyalty, treason, Battle of Kinsale, 1715.
th
Images Description: Map of Ireland in the 14 Century
Image page: 14
Photographer: Unknown
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Images Description:
Images Description:
Kilkenny Castle
Benbulben, Sligo
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Photographer:
Stephen Hunter
Stephen Hunter
Catalogue No.: 104
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2004
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Ye Queen’s Castell – It’s Discovery and Excavation
Article Title:
Author: Catryn Power
Page No.: 17
Streets, lanes, medieval, battlement walls, North Gate, South Gate, Maritime, trade, 1207, Pacata Hibernia map of Cork, 1585- 1600,
Keywords:
portcullis, drawbridge, internal harbour, Castle Street, Queen’s Old Castle, Castle St, St Augustine St, towers, 1601, Hardiman;s map,
conical roof, architecture, Speed, King’s Castle, port, 1206, Annals of Insifallen, Castle of Cork, 1230, cloch Corcaigi, 1537, place
names, charter of Henry VIII, 1608, olde broken and ruinous castle, 1612, defence, 1595, George Sherlock, inheritance, excavation,
Cork Main Drainage Scheme, limestone, City Walls, cartography, construction, clay, flooding, mud, building, construction, 13 th
century, wall walk, allure, castle deign and layout, jail, interior design, Reginald’s Tower, Isolde’s Tower, Lower Exchange St, Dublin,
archaeology
Images Description: Present day site of Queen’s Old Castle
Image page: 17
Photographer: Peter McSweeney
Images Description:
Grand Parade Excavation works
Image page:
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Photographer:
Catryn Power
Catalogue No.: 105
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2004
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Year:
Goth Culture in Ireland
Article Title:
Author: Jenny Butler
Page No.: 18
Subculture, clothing, makeup, dress, fashion, punk scene, 1970s, velvet, lace, period costume, Medieval, Victorian, leather, silver,
Keywords:
fishnet, boots, New Rocks, Doc Martins, long dyed hair, eyeliner, influences, Cybergoth, gothic, architecture, novels, literature,
religious iconography, symbolism, ruins, graveyards, Films, comics, The Crow, James O’Barr, Eric Draven, Brandon lee, the Sandman,
Neil Gaiman, Mike Dringenberg, artwork, ankh, Eye of Horus, London, Slimelight Club, New Orleans, San Francisco, The Crypt, the
Death Guild, Purple Haze, Crown Alley, The Edge, Milk Market St, Ankhagram, Castle St, GothX, Heavy metal music, Rock,
Alternative, Fibber McGees, community, media, adverse to mainstream, cult, underground, ethereal , superstition, Columbine High
School Massacre, devil, cats, black-clad, philosophy, macabre, melancholy, darkness, mystery, paganism, occult, supernatural,
introspective, meditative, sensitive, isolation, Hallow’een, identity, community, acceptance, youth movement
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Goth Fashion
Purple Haze gothic shop, Castle St
Gothic dress
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Photographer:
Photographer:
Jenny Butler
Jenny Butler
Jenny Butler
Catalogue No.: 104
8
2004
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Year:
Barracka agus Shandona
Article Title:
Author: Gearόid Ó Crualaioch
Page No.: 20
Shandon, Northside, Southside, difference, class, gender, occupation, insurance man, dead man, Barrack St, Shandon St, Saint
Keywords:
Patrick’s Day, protestant, catholic, churches, chapels, Christmas, streets
Images Description: Shandon Hill view
Image page:
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View of St Ann’s Church, Shandon
Barrack Street circa 2000
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Unknown
Unknown
CP Hudson
Catalogue No.: 105
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2004
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Year:
Retracing our Steps
Article Title:
Author: Dolores Horgan
Page No.: 21
Brewers Pub, Franciscan Friars, Shandon, street names, monastic, Abbott’s Lane, North Abbey Street, Mans Street, The Franciscan
Keywords:
Well, beer festival, alcohol, medieval, North Gate Bridge, Compostella, 1229, 1240, Lord Philip Prendergast, mill house, salmon weir,
clevanes, fishing, river, water, church, health, Mr Wyse, distiller, whiskey, Legend, underground, Gurranabraher, brother’s groves
Images Description: Brewer’s Pub sign
Image page: 21
Photographer: Myra kavanagh
Catalogue No.: 106
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Northside, snooker, sport, youth, Gurranabraher, Greg Casey, All-Ireland, competition, World Snooker Champion, Ronnie O’Sullivan,
Ken Doherty, The Crucible, North Monastery School, billiards, 1875, British Army, Neville Chamberlain, Tony Ryan, instrument
maker, music, Blues, BB King, Gibson Guitar, Lucille, Rory Gallagher, Fender Stratocaster, McCurtain St, The Guitar Shop, handcrafted, wood, repairing, maintenance, strings, Herman Hauser, spruce, cedar, mahogany, maple, rosewood, La Rochelle, Tellingana,
regency-style, African Mission Fathers, haunted, ghosts, The Spook, The Mystery House, Newsoms, Quaker, grocery, occupation,
retail, Sugar importers, food, Noel Deasy, Pat McSweeney, Charles Newsom, Rover, Triumph Standard, cars, transport, class, Jaguar,
Society of Friends, Tommy barker, The Irish Examiner, 1780, residential development, urban, Huguenots, Stevellys, Clontymon,
Church of Ireland, Girls’ Seminary, Floraville, Boreenamanna Road, Glencairn, Navarre, Braemar, education, mulberry tree,
horticulture, tradition, painting, watercolour, Violet Sweetman, Winnifred Jackson, 1922, Ashton School, World War II, Kuala
Lumpur, 1947, Beauford’s Map, 1801, Middle Parish, Mayne’s Corn Silk, Mayne’s Pharmacy, Pembroke St, mosaic, advertisement,
retail, occupation, health, Irish Country Cures, Patrick Logan, cures, plants, washing soda, ivy, vinegar, alternative medicine,
tradition, custom, beliefs, apothecary, 1826, transportation, coaching depot, railway, Imperial Hotel, Cahirmee, Buttevant, Horse
Fair, July 12, stall holders, fortune tellers, Aonach Mόr na Mhumhan, The Great Fair of Munster, pre-Celtic, travellers, John O
Connell, Mee, Magician, King of Munster, Cahir, ringforts, summer solstice, calendar, army, Marengo, Napoleon, Duke of Wellington,
Copenhagen, Jimmy Hanley, rhyming couplets, poetry, town cryer, Paddy Carroll, transition, one-armed fighting, Battle of
Knocknanuss, Civil war, 1647, folklore, pharmacy, herbal remedies, artefacts, Mr Jones, pharmacist, mailed jacket, clothing,
MacDonald clan, Scottish Highland, Alasdair MacColla Ciotach Macdonald, Colkitto, Sir Alexander MacDonnell, McEllestrim,
Gaelic/Royalist, sword
Images Description: North Monastery Sketch
Image page: 22
Photographer: Peter McSweeney
Keywords:
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Greg Casey with Ronnie O’Sullivan
Tony Ryan making a guitar
La Rochelle House, Old Blackrock Road sketch
Tellingana House, 2000
Georgian Entrance, La Rochelle House
Merchant’s Quay Shopping Centre sketch
Mayne’s Pharmacy advertisement sign
Cahirmee Fair Day horse trading, 2003
Sketch of castle/house ruins
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Dermot Casey
Unknown
Peter McSweeney
Unknown
Unknown
Peter McSweeney
C P Hudson
Stephen Hunter
Peter McSweeney
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Catalogue No.: 107
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Year:
Letters to the Editor
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 25
Alasdair MacDonald, Scotland, Colkitto, Outer Hebrides, Isle of Lewis, language, Celtic, Gaelic, 1598, Lowland Scot settlers, Fife
Keywords:
Adventurers, emigration, Fiona Morrison, Lee, dolphin, animal welfare, porpoises, orca, behaviour, community, family, mammals,
bottle-nosed, ancient Greek mythology, children, folklore, Herodotos, Aristotle, Pliny, Coins, Taras, Poseidon, Greek God of the
Ocean, rescue, drowning, water, Hellenistic, money, Hunt Museum, silver, Judas, religion, Christianity, betrayal in the garden, new
Zealand, Maori, Ruru, curse, animal welfare, tohunga, tribal priest, boats, canoe, Risso’s Dolphin, Pelorus Jack, Mark Twain, animal
welfare law, 1904, SS Penguin, deaths at sea, 1909, chocolate train, food, chocolate crumb, Rathmore, Horgan’s quay,
transportation, industry, John Collins, CIE, engine, Pat, vertical boiler engine, welsh coal, resources, kelly’s Coal, Inchicore
workshops, 1884, Leo Delaney
Images Description: Baby Rachel O Sullivan, Houston Texas, reading Image page: 25
Photographer: Unknown
The Archive
Images Description: Bridge over the River lee, sketch
Image page: 26
Photographer: Peter McSweeney
Images Description:
Pat the Boiler Engine
Image page:
26
Photographer:
John Collins
Catalogue No.: 108
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2004
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Year:
Book reviews
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 27
The book of the Cailleach: Stories of the Wise Woman Healer, Gearόid Ó Crulaoich, folklore, female, Celtic divinity, fairy abduction,
Keywords:
banshee, Cailleach Beara, The Golden Age of Cork Cinemas, John McSweeney, John Mehegan, Lisping Past the Parish Magazine,
Eugene Dennis, story telling, poetry, Louis de Paor, Past Present: the Secret Trail, Glanmire and Surrounds, Lola Lewis, Lewis
Heritage trails, Discover Cork, Kieran McCarthy, St Finbarre, European Capital of Culture, Old English Market, Billy McCarthy, Cork’s
own Blackpool, photographs, Sunbeam, Black Thursday, Blackpool Historical Society, Béascna, Journal of Folklore and Ethnography,
German immigrants, neo-pagan, women, Irish music, Cork in old Photographs, Tim Cadogan, Irish Examiner, Guys
Images Description: The Old English Market
Image page: 27
Photographer: Unknown
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Catalogue No.: 109
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The Urban Landscape
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 28
Susie’s Field, Assumption road, Patrick’s Bridge, Pope’s Road, Susie’s Pond, pool, water, River Bride, swimming, children, childhood,
Keywords:
games, leisure, class, holy well, poverty, charity, Cork barracks, Great Famine, place names
Images Description: Horse grazing on Susie’s Field
Image page: 28
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 110
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2005
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Year:
Photograph & A Story
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 2
Jack Lynch, sculpture, bronze, 1917, St Vincent’s Convent, The Mon, North Monastery, hurling, football, sports, childhood,
Keywords:
education, All-Ireland medals, Fianna Fail, politics, 1948, James McCarthy
Images Description: Jack Lynch Sculpture, Blackpool
Image page:
2
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 111
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2005
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Year:
Laetha Scoile, Laetha Sona
Article Title:
Author: Billy McCarthy
Page No.: 3
Nostalgia, reminiscences, childhood, youth, school, education, religion, First Holy Communion, nuns, prayers, hymns, religious
Keywords:
education, May procession, Eucharistic procession, Blessed virgin, convent, women, family, Evergreen St, Barrack St, French’s Quay,
clothes, cruelty, punishment, religious guilt, humour, funny story, innocence
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St Marie’s of the Isle – exterior road view
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Photographer:
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2005
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Historic Structures of Tivoli
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 4
Tivoli, housing, Glanmire Road, Montenotte, Lota, Ballinamought East, Lotabeg, class, James Morrisom, merchant families, True
Keywords:
Blues, Mayor, 1784, Italy, Roman, Emperor Hadrian’s villa, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark, Slovenia, Ljubljana, Kinston,
Jamaica, place names, merchant princes, gentry, poverty, poor, laundry, Saucepan Roz, Frank O Connor, cleaner, occupation, big
house, demense, railway station, tram line, transportation, Ferry Stop, drowning, deaths, accidents, 1909, market garden, Tivoli
House, Palladian, Davis Ducart, architecture, Kilshannig House, Lota house, Mayorlty House, Grenville Place, Temple of Vesta,
Gothic, Lancelot Capability Brown (1715 – 1783), Blenheim Palace, Nathaniel Grogan, painting, art, Morrison’s Island, Trinity
Footbridge, 1794, James Morgan, 1816, Maria Poole of Mayfield House, fire, accident, Noel Deasy, 1946, great Freeze, weather,
snow, Seán Beecher, the Story of Cork, Walter Raleigh, tobacco, pipe, cypress pines, Fort William House, British Army, Scottish
Highlands, Balls, social gatherings, class, oranges, food, charity, World War II, Belvedere Lodge, neo-gothic, Dominican retreat,
Trafalgar House, Francis P Daly, Alison Walsh, naval battle, mosaic fireplace surround, interior design, Charter of Cork
Images Description: Maradyke House
Image page: 4
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
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Morrison’s Island
Fort William House
Belvedere Lodge
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Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 113
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2005
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Year:
The Turkish Secret Service
Article Title:
Author: Lee Cassidy
Page No.: 6
Multi-cultural, afro-Caribbean, Russian, retail, trading, English market, Turkish culture, barber, men, barbershop, social outlet,
Keywords:
politics, sport, ḉay, Black Sea Tea, grooming, Turkish shave, Musa Gunes, haircut, hair styles, scissors, occupation, shop, identity,
masculinity, facial hair, hot towels, stubble, John Mehegan, beauticians, salons, secrecy, private
Images Description: Musa’s Barber Shop
Image page: 6
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 114
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Article Title:
Keywords:
Saint of the City
Author:
Dolores Horgan
Page No.:
7
Finbarr, 606 AD, monastic, River Lee, Corach Mόr na mumhan, The Great Marsh of Munster, The Lives of the Saints, Latin, Irish,
Amergin, baptism, Kilnacahill, Kilkenny, Fionnbarr, fair hair, travels, Anchorites, hermits, monks, legend, pilgrimage, Wales, St David,
Pembrokeshire, St Brendan, The navigator, Pope Gregory, church, Roman Catholic, vision, Scotland, Kintyre, Barra, preaching,
education, consecration, Bishop, folklore, flow of oil from the ground, miraculous cures, illness, health, King Fachtna, The Angry,
blindness, mureness, miracles, healing, resurrection, St laserian, hazel bush, catkins, horticulture, nuts, Gougane Barra, River Lee,
Romanesque oratory, cells, church, Gougane Sunday, September 25th, rosary, Benediction, Stations of the Cross, education,
hermitages, Fiama the hermit of Desertmore, VisioTungdali, medieval, Book of Gospels, gold, 623 AD, sun didn’t set for 12 days,
calendar, celestial, Cillna Cluaine, Ballineedig, Ovens Bridge, monastic site, nine lesson special office, feast day, naming children,
place names
Images Description: Oratory at Gougane Barra
Image page: 7
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 115
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2005
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Year:
Angels
Article Title:
Author: Sean Claffey
Page No.: 8
Wings, heavens, belief, religion, spirits, Greek Horae, Persia, Fereshta, China, slanted roofs, superstition, architecture, Socrates,
Keywords:
daemon, Babylonian literature, Babylon, Bible, aggelod, Hebrew, one going, one sent, messenger, gospels, Christianity, Church,
Jewish, Archangels, Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel, evil, clarity, purity, travellers, healers, peace, serenity, Guardian angels, the
mind og the Church, John Milton, paradise Lost, bad angels, St Finbarr’s Cathedral angel, end of the world, spirituality, faith, God,
presence,
Images Description: Angel on St Finbarr’s Cathedral
Image page: 8
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 116
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2005
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Year:
An Ghaeilge i dTuaisceart na Cathrach
Article Title:
Author: Padraigh Ó Cuancháin
Page No.: 9
Irish language, poor, poor house, pauper, gaelic League, 1893, Tόmas MacCurtáin, mayor of Cork, St Vincent’s Convent, North
Keywords:
Monastery, TG4, Radio na Gaeltachta, Gaelscoileanna
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Images Description:
Seán Ó Riordáin
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Unknown
Catalogue No.: 117
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2005
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Year:
Sir Henry’s
Article Title:
Author: Colin McHale
Page No.: 10
July 2003, nightclub, music, youth, landmark, bands, DJs, alcohol, substance abuse, drugs, nostalgia, Phil Lynott, Nirvana, Carl Cox,
Keywords:
Freakscene, Sweat, interior design, jacks, toilets, graffiti, latrinalia, restroom, poetry, slang, Yamaha, motorbike, transportation,
South Main St, loudspeakers, The Village, characters, Nick The Head, dance floor, bouncers, funny, humour, food, The Pixies, Stone
Roses, hitch-hiking, car, acid, Sex Pistols, toilet attendant, occupation, drug selling, Cork Jazz Festival, drunkenness
Images Description: Sir Henry’s Nightclub Logo
Image page: 10
Photographer: Unknown
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Sir Henry’s Cork Weekender logo
Sir Henry’s graphic logo
Sir Henry’s Cork Logo
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Unknown
Catalogue No.: 118
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Year:
An African Tale
Article Title:
Author: Vincent Eke
Page No.: 11
Children’s story book, Nigeria, multicultural, folk tales, lessons, Kanji Forest, animal kingdom, food, Lima the lion, Zuli the Elephant,
Keywords:
Great Iroko Tree, Zingi the White Head Eagle, Manki the Monkey, Tobi the Turtle, Padi the Leopard, Jeri the Giraffe, Coki the
Crocodile, supply
Images Description: Sketch of a Lion
Image page: 11
Photographer: Fiona Ryan
Images Description:
Sketch of a Monkey
Catalogue No.: 119
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Photographer:
Fiona Ryan
Year:
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The Transport Revolution – An Urban Perspective:
Author: John Mehegan
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Streetscape, public transport, trams, nostalgia, horse tramway, mining industry, travel, goods, cart, timber wheeled carts, iron,
Keywords:
industrial revolution, modernisation, omnibus, 1826, cobblestone, passengers, safety, accidents, 1832, New York, Harlem Railroad,
1851, 1853, Paris, Alphonse Loubat, Birkenhead, 1860, George Francis Train, survey, development, urbanisation, Tramways Act,
1870, Local Authority, Act of Parliament, Act of Union, 1872, Dublin, Galway, 1879, Derry, 1897, GSWR, CYR, CBR, CBPR, freight,
Alfred St, Summerhill, Abbey Quay, Victoria Quay, Kennedy Quay, Cork Tramway Co Ltd, headquarters, Anglo-Irish links, London,
Messrs Harris & Nelson, Starbuck 7 Co, James Clifton Robinson, 1872, capacity, Examiner, Imperial Hotel, South Mall, Berwick
Fountain, Mayor of Newark, New Jersey, bureaucracy, politics, animal welfare, steam tram
Images Description: Horse Tram
Image page: 12
Photographer: Tim Cadogan
Article Title:
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Cork Horse Tramway Map (1872 – 1975)
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Photographer:
Unknown
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Sound Excerpts
Article Title:
Author: Noel O’Shaughnessy
Page No.: 14
How’s It going Boy?, UCC Campus Radio, Noreen Hanover, Baths, Lee Fields, Angels, St Finbarr’s Cathedral, swimming, clothes,
Keywords:
underwear, nicks, knickers, Barrack St, College Road, Magazine Road, Gilabbey St, Fort St, superstition, children, youth, myths,
trumpets, music, end of the world, funny, humour, Marcus Bale, taxi trip, transportation, English, language, comprehension, Gap of
Dunloe, cab, accents, dialect, family, English Market, Isabelle Sheridan, On The Pig’s Back, customer, shop, retail, food, Rob Stafford,
friendly, personality of the city, attitudes, Cork School of Music, Classical music, traditional, Avremi Rot, Vitaliy Mahknanov, Ukraine,
Israel, Australia, France, Argentina, friendship, wedding, Andy Hawkins, Farranree, women, travellers, Brigid Carmody,
discrimination, refugees, immigrants, children, culture,, fountain, Stefan Wilff, Germany, Shaky Bridge, Sunday’s Well, Patrick’s
bridge, Fitzgerald’s Park, UCC
Images Description: NFP Staff 2005
Image page: 14
Photographer: Ronan Nash
Images Description:
On the Pig’s Back – The English Market
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The loss of The SS Ardmore
Author:
Roger Herlihy
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SS Ardmore III, November 11, 1940, family, tradition, emigration, nautical, transportation, sea, ships, boat, passenger, freight, Cork
Steam Packet Company, Penrose Quay, St George and the Dragon, 1909, 1917, German torpedo, accident, drowning, deaths at sea,
1923, B and I, Lady Longford, Burns and Laird Co, Hammond Land Foundry, Dublin, 1957, Lady Killiney, Tedcastle Ship, Caledon
yards, Dundee, Ardrossan Shipbuilding Co, cattle ship, Liverpool, Thomas Ford, Ballycotton, Knockadoon House, Fishguard,
wreckage, Pembrokeshire, Saltee Islands, Wexford, lifeboats, seaman Frank O Shea, Michael Raymond, Irish Independent, grief,
mystery, livestock, food, Cork Examiner, newspaper, Jeremiah Hurly TD, message in a bottle, Gold Flake cigarettes, Woodbine
cigarette box, mine, Kilmore Quay, bomb, explosion, military, Peter Mulvany, Eugene kehoe, wartime, North Cathedral, religion,
remembrance, Minister of State at the Dept of the Marine, Hugh Byrne, medal of valour, bronze memorial plaque, Michael Collins
Bridge, memorial garden, stone ship, Tusak Rock Air Disaster, James Power, John Power, Christina Power, Frank Barry, Passage
West, Edward Bruland, john Cronin, Spring Lane, Bartholomew Desmond, Custom House St, Joseph Dalgarno, Dublin, John Fennel,
Gurranabraher, Patrick Flynn, Assumption Road, Michael Ford, Brown St, Blackpool, Edmin Hare, A Johnson, Liverpool, John
Kelleher, fair Hill, John Lane, Popham’s Road, John McGlynn, Sidney McNally, Patrick O Donavan, Henry St, terry O: Leary, Douglas
Road, John O Regan, Fort St, Michael Raymond, Farranferris Ave, Patrick Ryan, Waterford, Edward Speed, Norway, poem, poetry,
Gentleman Jim, sunk. Stormy night, Grandfather, Dad, uniform, weather
Images Description: Statue of Ship at Kilmore Quay
Image page: 16
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Images Description:
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John Power, SS Ardmore
James Power, SS Ardmore
SS Ardmore
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Photographer:
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Unknown
Roger Herlihy
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A Lord Mayor’s Life
Article Title:
Author: Cllr Seán Martin
Page No.: 18
O’Connell Ave, Turner’s Cross, Bandon, West Cork train line, Ms Neville, Sister Patrick, education, Primary school, Turner’s Cross
Keywords:
Boys school, national school. Mr O Shea, Brother Charles, Mr Nolan, South Monastery, Douglas St, Brother Basil, Brother Bernard,
Colaiste Chríost Rí, Football, hurling, sport, childhood, youth, games, handball, Nemo Rangers, St Finbarr’s, GAA, voluntary work,
Crofton, Casement, Greenmount, Tramore, bog, words, Vernamount, fishing, food, plums, crab apples, blackberries, chestnuts,
tadpoles, Douglas, Ballyphehane, ceilí, social events, courting, marriage, Mairtín Fahy, Kevin Cummins, Dick Landford, Jim Cremin,
Brother Bide, film club, media, paddy Scannall, photography, politics, Jack Lynch, Mick Corbetm IRA, Ballydangan, Mitchelstown,
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Peig Ahern, Lisgoold, Cumann na mBan, Fianna Fáil
Images Description: Seán Martin as a child
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18
Photographer:
Unknown
Catalogue No.: 123
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Skaters in Cork
Article Title:
Author: Jenny Butler
Page No.: 19
Opera House, skateboard, sport, leisure, skill, entertainment, railings, Crawford Art gallery, Steve-O, Beanzie, PK, Piku, gender, male
Keywords:
dominated sport, posers, clothing, clothes, moshers, drugs, litter, bad name, reputation, Paul St, yokes, ecstasy, metal music,
lifestyle, Slipknot, South Mall, St Mary’s Church, UCC, safety, police, public order, Luigi Malone’s. Pikeys, grind box, security, ramp,
Woodworks, videos, instructional videos, media, skate park, symbols, shoes, tricks, tickers, personalised, 360 flip, the 900, accidents,
slams, audience
Images Description: Airborne skater Opera House
Image page: 19
Photographer: Jenny Butler
Images Description:
Images Description:
Skater doing tricks, Opera House
Skater, Opera House
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Photographer:
Jenny Butler
Jenny Butler
Catalogue No.: 124
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A Folklore Miscellany
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 21
Africa, inter-cultural gala night, Afro Bar, Blackpool, music, dance, food, costume, tradition, Frances Quirke, Emeka, Caribbean,
Keywords:
Marina Cannon, Crimean War, Twenty Five to One Gun, 1876, 1916, three pound charge, fired, Greenwich mean time, Clocks,
Greenwich Royal Observatory, London, signal gun,. Kennedy Quay, Harbour Commissioner’s Office, Lapp’s Quay, Universal
Coordinated Time, UCT, Have a drink on me, Blackrock and Mahon Historical Society, Paddy O Driscoll, fishing cottages, farms,
Ringmahon House, Ballinure House, Deirdre Clune, Peter Barry, Barry’s tea, bingo, funny, humour, tea-bag, alcohol, A Walking Tour
of Cork Songs, William Hammond, Cork Singers Club, To tell it in Song and Story, folk tradition, customs, community, An Spailpín
Fánach, The wandering labourer, alcohol, emigration, emotion, music, rebellious, Goat broke Loose, Rory Gallagher, Going to My
Hometown, Sweet Inniscarra, English Market, bowling, sports, Salonika, Coal Quay, Mutton Lane Inn, goltraí, geantraí, suantraí,
lullaby, humour, the Boys of Fair Hill, Lee Cassidy, Fota gardens, Wildlife Park, 1720, Smith Barry, family, Dorothy Bell, Arthur Hugh
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Smith Barry, Rosemary Villiers, nanny, class, Belvelly, Carrigtwohill, religion, A Sprinkling of Fota, Treasures Times – A memory of
Fota House 1947-1975,
Images Description: African Gala Night, Blackpool
Image page: 21
Photographer: Denis McGarry
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Marina Cannon
Singing at Berwick Fountain
The English Market
Belvelly Castle
Kangaroo Sketch
Image
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Photographer:
Photographer:
Denis McGarry
Denis McGarry
Denis McGarry
Denis McGarry
Eileen Cronin
Catalogue No.: 125
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Waking Jeremiah
Article Title:
Author: Noel O Shaughnessy
Page No.: 24
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World War I, family, history, Jeremiah O’Shaughnessy, Lance Corporal, 1 Leinster Regiment, Soldier of the Great War missing in
Keywords:
action, February 1915, Shandon St, British Army, India, battle, diary, Charleroi Airport, Shannon airport, Belgium, Fyzabad, SS
Caledonia, Bombay, HMS Minerva, KMS Duke of Edinburgh, troops, vessels, Aden, provisions, Suez Canal, Port Said, Gibraltar, South
BR Hill, Scud Hill, Marseilles, Caledonia, Satarnia, Neuralgia, Dunesa, Avon, Ionian, Clan MacDonald, Bay of Biscay, Plymouth,
Reyham, Devonport, Stonehouse, London, food, biscuits, fruit, newspapers, cobble-stoned streets, docks, Winchester, 1st Royal Irish,
Irish Fusiliers, Royal Scots, Cameroons, Argyle South Highlanders, Closter’s, Rifle Brigade Canadians, Princess Patricia’s Canadian
Light Infantry, Artillery-62nd Battery, Territorial’s, Lord Kitchener’s army, Lord Roberts, blankets, supplies, provisions, rations,
clothing, nostalgia, Mary Coleman, punishment, Ypres, museum town, Flanders Field Museum, audio/visual, records, horrors of war,
sound, Menin Gate, memorial, missing in action, Christmas, emotion, death, graves, war memorial, platoon, soldiers, Belgian Army,
uniform, occupation, bayonet, fire-brigade, Last Post, wreath, weather, climate, trenches, fighting, combating, billeted, Dikkebus,
Dickenbusch, public house, heavy guns, gunfire, rum, alcohol, Field Marshall Sir John French, inoculation, disease, health, Bishop of
Cloyne, Dr John McGee, Brussels, Church of John the Baptist, Philip Vanhoutte, altar boys, mass, religion, cemeteries, front line, St
Alooi, headstones, military, unknown soldier, Soldier of the Great War – Known Only to God, Sanctuary Wood, Hill 62, trench
emplacements, shell-holes, photograph, documents
Images Description: Jeremiah O Shaughnessy
Image page: 24
Photographer: Noel O’Shaughnessy
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Trenches at Hill 62, near Ypres
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The Menin Gate war memorial
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Photographer:
Noel O’Shaughnessy
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Letters to the Editor
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 26
Pat Poland, fires, fighting, fire-fighters, brigades, fire engine, fire pumps, water, tickets, tokens, payment, occupation, volunteers,
Keywords:
remuneration, Cork Corporation, recruitment, recording, folklore, National Emergency, 1939 – 1945, auxiliary Fire Service, substations, Victoria, Road, Glasheen Road, Turner’s Cross, St Luke’s, Gurranabraher, Wolfe Tone St, Lower Glanmire Road, Marthe
Mainerich, Carlos Macia, University of Santiago, technology
Images Description: Woman and Man reading The Archive
Image page: 26
Photographer: Unknown
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Book Reviews
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 27
An Eye for Cork, Gerard Kennedy, photographers, images, maritime, religion, mystery, The penguin Illustrated History of Britain and
Keywords:
Ireland From Earliest Times to the Present Day, Robert Bartless, Joanna Burke, Asa Briggs, Barry Cunliffe, John Morill, archaeology,
Britain, Ireland, When the bells go down, Judy Kravis, Peter Morgan, Cork Fire Brigade, Buttevant Train Disaster, Road traffic
accidents, firemen, Waiting for my clothes, Leanne O Sullivan, poet, The Sea Cat, Davoren Hanna, Rattle bag, Poetry Slam, emotional
landscape, liberations, eating disorder, bulimia, Reflections of Cork: An Insight into Cork Life by Cork people, Paul Daly, Richard Mills,
Evening Echo, wildlife photography, Passing Through, Declan Hassett, memoir
Images Description: Artistic sketch, girl in bed dreaming
Image page: 27
Photographer: Con Cremin
Catalogue No.: 128
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Year:
The Urban Landscape
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 28
Red Abbey, national monument, architecture, church, religion, listed building, De Courcey family, 13th century, Friary of the
Keywords:
Augustinian Eremites, monks, limestone, red sandstone, Friar’s Walk, graveyard, gardens, 1644, priests and friars, Protestant, Dean
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of Cork, Richard Boyle, siege of Cork, 1690, Duke of Marlborough, barracks, tower, observation post, 1717, Huguenot, sugar refinery,
ford, occupation, Red Abbey Sugar House, 1799, excavation, skeletons, Medieval French pottery, leadshot, well, water, Cove St,
arches, smugglers, tunnel, mortuary, vault, renovation, occupation.
Images Description: Red Abbey exterior
Image page: 28
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
View of Shandon over the River Lee
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Photographer:
Peter McSweeney
Catalogue No.: 129
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Photograph & a Story
Article Title:
Author: Fawn Allen
Page No.: 2
The Capitol Cinema, 1947, Bob Hope, Joan Caulfield, Monsieur Beaucaire, auditorium, religion, Madonna and Child, interior design,
Keywords:
decency, public opinion, The longest Day, My Fait Lady, South Pacific, The Sound of Music, 1967, 1974, screen, multiplex,
entertainment, leisure, community
Images Description: The Capital Cinema exterior when it closed circa Image page: 2
Photographer: Unknown
2006
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Street Soccer
Article Title:
Author: Conal Creedon
Page No.: 3
Children, leisure, youth, childhood, games, streetscape, lifestyle, 1950s, Miah Dennehy, George Best, sport, clothing, innovation,
Keywords:
rules, teams, boys, gender, squad members, animals, dog, Major Dorney, terrier, humour, funny, folklore, offside rule, victory, car,
Morris Minor, Pine St, goals, The Big Lane, Sin É pub, Corner House Bar, traffic congestion, transportation, O’Connor’s funeral Home,
superstition, death, Carroll’s Quay, ball in the river, Brian Ború Bridge, skill, Knapp’s Quay, Whitaker’s hatchery, occupation, threegoal-in, three points corner, Leitrim St, Coburg St, Devonshire St, Ashley Hotel, street lights, electrification, Miss Hartigan’s tea shop,
Hold The Ball, scatter, vandalism, accidents, football, tragedy, death, bus, urban development, community, apartment block, multistorey car park, Smyth’s Stores
Images Description: Conal Creedon with Corgi dog on Street
Image page: 3
Photographer: Unknown
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Full Circle – The Jerome J Collins Story
Article Title:
Author: Amy Johnson and Roger Herlihy
Page No.: 4
Arctic Circle, exploration, famous, South gate Bridge, engineering, occupation, Fenian Brotherhood, founder of Clan na Gael,
Keywords:
Weather correspondent, explorer, Northern Siberia, 1841, Arbutus Lodge, Blackrock Road, family, Salt and Lime Works, 1843, family
business, rent, housing, 1862, shooting accident, gender, women, education, Lancastrian School, Washington St, St Vincent’s
Primary School, priesthood, seminary, childhood, youth, Barry McMullen, John Benson, construction, North Gate Bridge, St Patrick’s
Day 1864, politics, republicanism, iron works, Pentonville Prison, breakout, prisoners, 1866, New York, emigration, 1867, Prince
Arthur, Queen Victoria, kidnapping, ransom, hostage, criminal, terrorism, United Pacific Railway Company, Salt Meadow, IRB,
Hudson City, New Jersey, Street Commissioner, Chief Engineer of the Marsh Land Company, meteorology, weather patterns, James
Gordon, New York Herald, 1878, Meteorological Congress, Paris, hot air balloon, transportation, occupation, Bennett, StanleyLivingstone, Africa, Pandora, English barque-rigged yacht, boats, ships, sailing, 1877, Le Harve, France, US Navy, Lt George W De
Long, Jeannette, racism, Herald Correspondent for Special Services, John Cole, Cobh, experiments, inventors, Thomas Edison,
Alexander Graham Bell, invention, science, technology, copper wire, communications, photographer, enlist, steamer, San Francisco,
Bering Strait, suspension, punishment, 1881, Lt. Chipp, Chief engineer Melville, Lena Delta, lost at sea, sunken ship, Laptev Sea,
recording deaths, logbooks, records, 1881, St Patrick’s cathedral, ice, snow, Curraghkippane Graveyard, The Longest Funeral in the
World, naval records, US Naval Archives, Northabout, Jarlath Cunnane, wreath, prayers, memorial, yacht, Minnesota, Congressman,
Celtic Cross headstone restoration, Congressional Gold Medal,
Images Description: Jerome J Collins headshot
Image page: 4
Photographer: Unknown
Images Description:
Images Description:
North Gate Bridge
Jerome J Collins headstone, Curraghkippane
graveyard
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5
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Steps & Steeples book
Unknown
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De Dockers of Cork
Article Title:
Author: Dave McCarthy
Page No.: 6
Machinery, Trade Union Movement, working conditions, gender, men, family, community, occupation, accidents, injuries, Mannix’s
Keywords:
Lane, Wolfe Tone St, child labour, early school leaving, manual work, labour, digging, shovel, coal, dust, dirt, tea, food, pneumonia,
pleurisy, World War II, coal boats, copper boats, look after their own, characters, Timmy the tan, Pa Tow, Jack Diamond, Mac’s
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Smile, Davy Doughbags, funny, humour, army, clothing, clothes, Woodbine cigarettes, money lending, gambling, bowling, sport,
leisure, entertainment, leading man, Davy Doyle, 1974, Cork Labour Exchange, White St, dispute, Dept of Social Welfare,
unemployment payments, Gurranabraher, Farranree, Spangle Hill, J. Gough, J. O Driscoll, E Scott, J, Murphy, D Wise, D Nagle, C
Delury, M. Long, L. O’Leary, D. Two hig, D. Doherty, J, McCarthy, J. O Brien, G. Barrett, nicknames, newspapers, Ate the Fish, Boil the
Water, Born Drunk, Clear The harbour, Come Out and I’ll Fight Ya, Fleadh Away, Hand Me The Hook, Jerry The Liar, King Farouk,
Legsy, Pig In The river, Pound In Me Pants, Sausage, Rashers, Fresh Eggs, Shake Me Shirt, Split the Pea, Steo Out, Stand Back, Tasher,
The Bull, The Bonkey, The Great White Hope, Timmy Tan, Walk Alone, respect, hard workers
Images Description: Dock Workers in from Gurran and Farranree
Image page: 6
Photographer: Irish Examiner
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Christmas Freeze-up in Cork
Article Title:
Author: Richard T Cooke
Page No.: 7
Climate, weather, snow, frost, winter, calendar, mild, Christmas, pastimes, leisure, entertainment, King Charles II, 1660 – 1685,
Keywords:
1683, frozen river lee, carriages, cattle, clothing, class, wealth, frockcoats, buckled shoes, lace, merchants, aristocrats, ice skating, St.
Patrick’s St, Grand Parade, South Mall, Cornmarket St, Grattan St, Sheares St, Henry St, Georgian, 1714 – 1830, 1739, Black Frost,
Tents, Harbour Commissioners, snowfall, six feet deep, thatched roofs collapsed, snowmen, housing, South gate bridge, 1788, toll
bridge, severe, tenements, hovels, cabins, Barrack St, Globe Lane, Frenchs Quay, Cove St, 1767, economy, trade, Ice Money, C J F
McCarthy, 1912-1999, Lough, ice houses, money, Corporation, North Infirmary, St Patrick’s Orphanage, Lough Tavern, Victorian,
1887-1901, artist, Daniel Maclise, Skating on the Lough, Picture That.
Images Description: Skating on the Lough, pencil sketch by Daniel
Image page: 7
Photographer: Journal of The Cork
Maclise 1893
Historical/Archaeological
Society
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An Air For Music
Article Title:
Author: Bob Seward
Page No.: 8
Cork Academy of Music, music literacy, music notation, 1994, certified qualification, underprivileged, social inclusion, community
Keywords:
development, musicality, miming, backing tracks, musicianship, Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, financial support,
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funding, Clayton Love Jr, education, University College Cork, Leeds College of Music, Back to education, Jazz
Images Description: Cork Academy of Music Big Band, City Hall
Image page: 8
Photographer: Mark Kelleher
Catalogue No.: 135
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2006
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Urban Pagans – City Witches
Article Title:
Author: Jenny Butler
Page No.: 9
Paganism, myths, legends, tradition, beliefs, rituals, cults, practices, spirituality, witchcraft, Wicca, religion, Hereditary witchcraft,
Keywords:
family, traditional witchcraft, Hedgewitchery, wise women of pre-modern Ireland, magic, paganus, country dweller, heathenism,
rural areas, nature religions, mainstream media, environmental activism, tree-hugging hippy, nature, urban, druid, stars, goddess,
god, candle, incense, water, soil, elements, fire, symbolic, natural cycles, seasons, calendar, foliage, holly, Yule, solstice, Bealtaine,
May Day, altar, power, bare feet, silja, Genius Loci, Sídhe, tree-dwellers, otherworld, realm, divine, energy, scared space, astral
presence, pantheists, tattoos, emblems, talismans, pentacle, five-point star, Triskel, spiral, clergy, church, sacred sites, Powerscourt,
rites of passage, Handfastings, pagan weddings, An Feile Draoíochta, artwork, moots, Ennis, Dublin, temple room, mediation, Wiccan
Coven, Sky clad, ritual nudity, Esbats, full moon
Images Description: Urban Pagans in costume
Image page: 9
Photographer: Gavin Bone
Images Description:
City Witches at an altar
Image page:
10
Photographer:
Gavin Bone
Catalogue No.: 136
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Little Hands – Little Miracles
Article Title:
Author: Ursula Hegarty
Page No.: 10
Sunbeam Fire, crèche, children, childcare, health and safety, Blackpool, smoke, escape, accident, fire drill, evacuation, premises
Keywords:
Images Description: Little Hands Crèche children
Image page: 10
Photographer: Unknown
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An Ford Anglia agus ans Fhilíocht: Seán Ó Ríordáin
Author: Dr Stiofán Ó Cadhla
Page No.: 11
agus Cathari Chorcaí
Poet, mind, enemy, English, occupation, 1916, Baile Mhúirne, Irish language, politics, culture, civil service, Car Tax office,
transportation, travel, cars, The Irish times, critique, newspapers, ethnic diversity, translation
Images Description:
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Author: John Mehegan
Part 2
Industrialisation, mining industry, urban transport system, battery, steam, electrification, electric lighting, street lighting, 1873,
Keywords:
Belgian, ZT Gramme, generator, electric motor, Werner Von Siemens, locomotive, Berlin Industrial Exhibition, 1879, electric tram
service, horse trams, speed, conduit system, traction, experimentation, Paris Industrial Exhibition, 1881, Charles Van Depoele,
trolley pole, Frank J Spangue, Richmond Virginia, passenger capacity, fares, extensive service, economic, social, over head power
supply, historic cities, urban development, Cork Electric tramway & Lighting Co Ltd, CETL, British Thomson-Houston Co, BTH, subcontractors, William Marin Murphy, Dublin lockout, Brush & Co, Loughborough, London, Charles H Merz, engineer, Albert Road,
electricity generation plant, tram depot, 1898, The Examiner, technology, Blackpool, Blackrock, Tivoli, Summerhill, Sunday’s Well,
Douglas, workforce, occupation, employment, phased out, buses, car ownership, traffic congestion, Luas, Cork Area Strategic Plan,
CASP, light rail transport service
Images Description: Futuristic view of a tram on St Patrick’s Quay
Image page: 12
Photographer: Irish Examiner
Images Description:
Images Description:
Cork Electric Tramway map 1898 – 1931
Patrick’s St 1900s
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Marie – Annick Desplanques,
Clíona O Carroll and Mary O
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Ethnology, UCC< FAS, research, culture, methodologies, knowledge, Irish Folklore Commission, political, schools, music, customs,
material culture, radio, media, Irish language, preserve, collect, disseminate, social, economy, communications, technology, urban,
rural, community, family, children, ethnic diversity, UNESCO, history, training, Capital of Culture, diversity, change over time,
humanity, humour, snapshot, equipment, interviews, international, radio programmes, How’s it going Boy?, photographs,
recordings, exhibition, Life Journeys, short films, A Night at Bingo, The Burning of Cork, Béaloideas
Images Description: Launch of How’s it Going Boy? NFP Staff
Image page: 14
Photographer: NFP
Keywords:
Images Description:
NFP Staff interviewing 2006
Image page:
15
Photographer:
NFP
Catalogue No.: 140
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A Friendly Society
Article Title:
Author: Jack Healy
Page No.: 16
Credit Unions, financial institutions, money, community, family, local, urban, Hermann Schulz, Freidrich Wilheim Raiffeisen, 1846,
Keywords:
famine, natural disaster, ludge, occupation, class, traders, merchants, shopkeepers, Friendly Society for Craftsmen, co-operative
insurance, health, 1884, Heddesdorf Credit Union, movement, regional, national, central bank, Alphonse Des Jardins, newspaper
editorial staff, moneylenders, borrower, loans, shares, AGM, mortgage, Sausage Park, Lace Curtains, class, poverty, Church, religion,
Most Rev Dr Cornelius Lucey, Bishop of Cork, Examiner, Ballyphehane, factory employees, clerical workers, clergymen, legal
profession, Bylaws, accounting, board of directors, Chapter, 1963, Fr Fitzgerald, George Thompson, Der Cogan, Chapter XI, Chapter
XII, north and south, philosophy, ethos
Images Description: Sketch of Saint Joseph’s Credit Union, Dillon’s
Image page: 16
Photographer: D Baylor
Cross
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The Model ‘T’ Ford(E) Family
Article Title:
Author: Denis B Forde
Page No.: 17
Transportation, travel, cars, tractor, Ford Tractor Manufacturing and Assembly Plant, 1917, unemployment, occupation, poverty,
Keywords:
White St, Bird’s Quay, family, community, labour force, 1919, foundry, Dagenham, World War II, Ford Imperial Foundry, Leamington
Sao, Warwickshire, accident, death, tragedy, women, gender, child labour, early school leaving, John O Neill, Henry Ford 7 Sons Ltd,
money, wages, income, Vocational School, Wellington Road, crankshaft grinding, gear-cutting, skilled, training, educational films,
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projectionist, Macra na Feirme, Muintir na Tire, the National Farmers Association, The Irish Countrywomen’s Association, technical
schools, fitter-welder, The Irish Distributive Workers and Clerks union, redundancy, 1984, Ford Motor Company, loyalty.
Images Description: Denis Forde aged 8 circa 1937
Image page: 17
Photographer: Denis B Forde
Images Description:
Henry Forde 1863 – 1947
Catalogue No.: 142
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Women remembering their Working Lives in
Article Title:
Image page:
17
Photographer:
Denis B Forde
Year:
Page No.:
2006
Dr. Elizabeth Kiely and Dr Maire
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Minster in the 1940s and 1950s
Leane
Cork,
Limerick,
Kerry,
Applied
Social
studies,
UCC,
research,
interviews,
oral history, Higher Education Authority, waged work,
Keywords:
employment, gender, women, class, profession, age, social class, education, geography, careers, marriage, nun, religion, labour
market participation, legal and cultural idealisation, wife and mother, Catherine O Driscoll, dispatcher, sweet factory, resigned,
children, personal earnings, widows, Catherine Walshe, Mary Taaffe, Rita O Donavan, Margaret Twomey, office, factory, household
income, hardship, poverty, food, poultry money, working class, identity, childcare, domestic worker, teachers, marriage bar,
domestic/agricultural worker, housing, lodging, labour union, workers rights, entitlements, benefits, male-dominated trade union,
Women’s Studies
Images Description: Madge Aherne with milk churn circa 1950
Image page: 18
Photographer: Unknown
Author:
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Place names: St Marie’s of the Isle/ Crosse’s Green
Article Title:
Author: Dolores Horgan
Page No.: 19
Education, school, history, local, community, corach, marsh, river lee, Mr Walker, distillery, 1840, graves, Dominican Abbey,
Keywords:
th
construction, archaeology, 1980s, excavations, convent, religion, secrets, coffins, remains, 13 century, Wattle fencing, medical
walled city, community, health, nutrition, illness, rosary beads, bone, Mother of God, Lord Philip de Barry, Anglo-norman, 1229,
privileges, tax exemptions, secret apartments , Gill eda, subterranean passage, Black Friars, clothing, religious orders, language,
1285, royal alms, offerings, nobility, class, habit, burials, Annals, education, St Mary de Insula, Sisters of Mercy, convent, school,
famine, window niches, royal charter, 1317, free passage, Pacata Hiberia map, Ye Citir of Corke AD 1595, mill, chapel, reformation,
Willaim Boureman, 1578, protestant, burning of domonocan image, equestrian bronze statue, artwork, destroyed, great House of
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Dominic. Mayor of Cork, Cromwell, 1649, convent bell was melted, military, penal times, Act of Parliament, concealed, hiding, Mass
Rocks, Mass Houses, Friary Lane Place, 1721, 1750, Smith’s History of Cork, Kiln River, Knapp’s Quay, Pope’s Quay, Catholic
Emancipation, 1829, Fr Russell OP, Cork Corporation
Images Description: Ye Citie of Corke AD 1595
Image page: 19
Photographer: Cork City Library
Catalogue No.: 144
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2006
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Year:
Folklore Miscellany
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter, Billy McCarthy
Page No.: 20
Daly’s Distillery, commercial, Christianised Danish Vikings, water-powered flour mill, food, trade, merchants, industry, St Johns’ Mill,
Keywords:
th
Ballycannon River, Kiln River, 13 Century, James Daly & Company, 1820, architecture, limestone/sandstone, red brick, urban
development, refurbishment, steam-powered, malting, granaries, John St, Leitrim St, Watercourse, Road, Brick chimney,
demolished, Buckley’s Water wheel, Matt Buckley, Tyre Shop occupation, trade, Commons rd, energy price hikes, 1980s, economy,
money, energy conservation and production, Ballycannon Bride River, power source, domestic invention, medieval, plaque,
Jeremiah O’Donovan’s Generator, 1920s, 1930s, hydro-electricity supply, castle Brand, food frying pan, health, fat, Christmas, Easter
Sunday, lard, butter, sausages, rashers, pudding, eggs, fried bread, family, Piper’s Amusements, Douglas, Quaker Road, Merries,
potatoes, gender, women, mother, chairoplanes, horses, bumper cars, big wheel, money, poverty, gambling, fair grounds, leisure,
entertainment, games, childhood, youth, guns & holsters, police handcuffs, whistles, furry animals, toys, humour, funny, pride,
family, poverty, St Patrick’s St, thoroughfare, Pana, Doin Pana, Belvelly Castle, English, Hodnett, Shropshire, Belvelly Bridge, 1807,
ford, water, Beal Atha Bhealaigh, the Mouth of the Ford, Itinerary to the Counties of Ireland, 1806, Barrycourt, Fota, tall square
castle, battlements, 16th century, Barrys, Cobh, Courtmasherry, Timoleague, 1329, Lord Philip Hodnett, Roches, Barrymore, Great
Island, enemies, poverty, cows, cattle, Loch na Mbo, Lake of the Cows, drowning, animal welfare, Ronaynes, Philip Roynanes,
Ronayne’s Grove, Marino, Sir Walter Raleigh, 1581, Lord Barry, Sir Philip Courthope, 1636, rent, housing, plaque, murder cover,
torture, punishment, hot oil, tar, arrows, rocks, fighting, battle, Ghosts of Cork, Pauline Jackson, James Reynold, The Shattered
Mirror, Lady Margaret Hodnett, curse, superstition, marriage, Broghill, 1651, Gilles Dargnies, The Friends of Belvelly Castle
Images Description: Daly’s Distillery
Image page: 20
Photographer: NFP Archive
Images Description:
Images Description:
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The Waterwheel – now overgrown
At the Merries
Patrick’s St – Doin’ Pana circa 2005
Sketch map of Cork harbour
Image
Image
Image
Image
page:
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page:
20
21
21
22
Photographer:
Photographer:
Photographer:
Photographer:
Fawn Allen
Irish Examiner
Fawn Allen
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2006
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Year:
The House We Lived In
Article Title:
Author: Denis Leahy
Page No.: 23
Corporation, Gurranabraher, social housing, family, children, childhood, animals, money, garden, dogs, ferrets, rabbits, chickens,
Keywords:
fish, ducks, finches, linnets, canary, food, cure, animal welfare, goat, King Puck, occupation, cleaner, humour, funny, superstition,
devil, religion, clothing, good shirt, mass, washing line, coal quay, Mardyke, gambling, Good Shepherd Convent, pet
Images Description: Sketch of a goat eating from a washing line
Image page: 23
Photographer: Eileen Cronin
Catalogue No.: 146
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2006
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Year:
Sound Excerpts
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 24
Sheila Murphy, dancing at the crossroads, Sarsfield, African Missions, entertainment, leisure, community, courting, couples, Mr
Keywords:
Ryan, Irish Sweepstake, platform, musicians, traditional music, violin, Nelly Fury, Lough, clothing, Jim Carlton, piano accordion, Eddie
Daly, Road Bowling, Danny McFarland, Mick Barry, bullets, sports, All Irelands, Billy McCarthy, street games, hurling, East View
terrace, Quaker Road, traffic, congestion, urban development, graveyard, Michael Maverley, old guard Halloran, Barrack St,
Ballinlough, punishment, fines, Noreen Hanover, Youghal, outings, holidays, day trips, train, transportation, travel, class, wealth,
weather clock, Frank Quinlan, drag hunt, dogs, season, calendar, March, summer, fields, animals, welfare, aniseed oil, turpentine,
runners, dogs, Cork City and County harriers Association, Liam Foley, Show bands, music, tradition, Rock ‘n Roll, Brendan o Brien,
The Dixies, Buddy Holly, Brendan Bowyer, Royal Show band, Elvis Presley, parish hall, religion, church, gig, winter, ballrooms, meal,
food
Images Description: Drag hunt spectators with dogs
Image page: 24
Photographer: NFP Archive
Images Description:
The Arcadia Ballroom
Catalogue No.: 147
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25
Photographer:
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Year:
2006
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Article Title:
Keywords:
Going Back
Author:
Stephen Hunter
Page No.:
25
New Zealand, family, Devonport, Takapuna, Maori, Flagstaff, naval base, dockyard, North Shore City, gentry class, geography,
landscape, Thomas Hunter, Aotearoa, emigration, Sisters of Mercy, music, catholic
Images Description: Stephen Hunter’s home in Devonport, New
Image page: 25
Photographer: CP Hudson
Zealand
Catalogue No.: 148
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2006
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Year:
Letters to the Editor
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 26
Michael Raymond, lost at sea, SS Ardmore, poetry, Aisling Appeal, elderly, repatriation, Kevin Raymond, Great Irish Feed, food,
Keywords:
Clonakilty Pudding, rashers, Galtee, sausages, eggs, soda bread, Kerrygold, tea, Irish fry, children, Fishguard, emigration, parcels,
butcher, London Irish, Jennifer Fawcett, identity, North Presentation School, Gerald Griffin St, local history, children school,
education
Images Description: North Presentation school girls visit NFP
Image page: 26
Photographer: NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 149
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2006
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Year:
Book Reviews
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 27
Street Lanes and Squares in the South Side, Deerpark transition Year Students, South parish, memories, Presbyterians in the City of
Keywords:
Cork, Alexander Cromie, religion, community, Hidden Treasures of Cork’s Northside, James Fitzpatrick, streets, shops, photographs,
Two weeks in June, Martin McSweeney, street names, Cathedral Rd, Gurranabraher, Shandon St, cinemas, The Palace, Pavilion,
novel, love, john f Kenney, President of the United States of America, brogue, slang, language, The Bones of Us, Cork Anti-poverty
Resource Network, Sheila Chambers, Atlas of Cork City, maps, photographs, paintings, drawings, research.
Images Description: Covered Lane by The Goat pub
Image page: 27
Photographer: NFP Archive
Catalogue No.:
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Year:
The Urban Landscape
Article Title:
Author: Fawn Allen
Page No.: 28
Sunbeam Wolsey Company, 1930s, Heron’s Gate, photograph, lawns, garden, swimming pool, sports, employer, industry
Keywords:
Images Description: Sunbeam Wolsey Complex 1930s
Image page: 28
Photographer: Kevin Dwyer
Images Description: Blackpool Development 2006
Image page: 28
Photographer: Unknown
Catalogue No.: 151
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2007
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Year:
Photograph & A Story
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 2
Lindville Hospital, demolition, building, Hunter/Hudson Collection, photographs, Ballintemple
Keywords:
Images Description: Lindville Hospital exterior through trees
Image page: 2
Photographer: Hunter/Hudson Collection
Catalogue No.: 152
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2007
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Year:
An Óige – Cycling in Cork
Article Title:
Author: Brian Murphy
Page No.: 3
Sport, leisure, youth, exercise, bike, cycling, clubs, Cork Cycling Campaign, Cork Speleological Group, Naomhόga Chorcaí, children,
Keywords:
youth, entertainment, community, touring, youth club, Vincent Godsil, transportation, volunteerism, dedication, gender, committee,
Richard Schirrmann, German, school teacher, education, smoke, smog, environment, rickets, disease, health, castle, architecture,
Athena, hostel, youth hostel, spirituality, Hitler, World War II, Irish Youth Hostel Association, 1931, members, Irish Language, culture,
Europeans, CTC, Cyclist Touring Club, B&Bs, walkers, Trade Unions, Legion of Mary, religion, TB, ill health, The Grocers’ Cycling Club,
trips, dances, George Harding, Mountain Lodge, Galtee Mountains, shooting lodge, Jack Coleman, scouts, Jimmy Cotter, Irish caves,
countryside, charity, donations, Keimaneigh Hostel, community, tourists, pioneer, Gortavalig, 1941, Bantry, Local Defence Forces,
LDF, Red Cross, suspicion, war years, camping equipment, Holy Year 1050, cycle to Rome, Roches Point Youth hostel, oil refinery,
development, chemical industries, industrialisation, urban, rural, Cork harbour, friendship.
Images Description: An Óige cyclists in early 1940s
Image page: 3
Photographer: Brian Murphy
Images Description:
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An Óige cyclists in a parade in Cork
Image page:
1
Photographer:
Brian Murphy
Catalogue No.: 153
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2007
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Year:
Ballinacurra’s Haunted House
Article Title:
Author: Jenny Butler
Page No.: 4
Superstition, ghost, haunted, supernatural, paranormal, folklore, spirits, children, stories, ghost stories, souls, dead, death,
Keywords:
nebulous, worlds, spirit realm, transparent, human, nonhuman, immaterial form, eyewitness, encounter, buildings, swellings, Village
House, kettle, electrical fault, unexplained, lights, tricks of the mind, noises, eerie, feelings, sensation, atmosphere, visions, children,
episodes, breeze, fossilised child’s shoe, clothing, leather, harm, priest, religion, Saleen, presence, hair, nervous energy, moving
objects, money, penny, death, burial sites, angels, cherubs, disease, infant death, diphtheria, punishment, phenomena, poltergeist
activity, poltern, German, language, physical disturbances, violence
Images Description: The Village House, Ballinacurra, East Cork
Image page: 4
Photographer: Jenny Butler
Images Description:
Cork City Women’s Gaol, 2001
Image page:
5
Photographer:
NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 154
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2007
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Year:
A Long Way From Cork’s Green Fields
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Hunter
Page No.: 6
Music, blues, Eddis Son House Jnr, Mississippi, Australia, Adelaide, Mount Lofy Ranges, geography, Gulf Saint Vincent, climate,
Keywords:
Mediterranean, rain, weather, drought, fire, religion, prayers, temperate climate, parks, parkland, wildlife, River Torrens, Fourth
Creek, emigrants, placenames, renaming, watercourse, Ballycannon Bride, Kerry pike, river source, celtic myth, snakes, humour,
Lucey’s Pond, Susie’s Pool, Murphy’s Rock, children, swimming, leisure, childhood, youth, aboriginal, Morialta, everlasting waters,
climate change, environment, waterfalls, human influence, urban development, Ivan O Cpoley, Justice of the Peace, Kaurna, 1836,
settlers, tribes, European settlers, mythological stories, Tjulbriki, Ibis man, cave, Janawing, Cape Jervis, rescue, accident, hero,
Kulultwi, tribal taboo, journey, live giving springs, rejuvenation, scared, secrets, names, commercialism, global warming, spirtuality
Images Description: Stephen Hunter at Fourth Creek, Adelaide,
Image page: 6
Photographer: Stephen Hunter/Carol
Australia circa 2006
Hudson
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Catalogue No.: 155
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2007
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Year:
Seálaithe Chorcaí
Article Title:
Author: Treasa Ní Éalaithe
Page No.: 7
Irish Language, gaeilge, grand Houses, slums, shawls, tenement, housing, black shawls, economic, savings, food, childhood, poverty,
Keywords:
humour, welfare, clothing, heating, firewood, coal quay, Drisheen, black pudding
Images Description: Treasa Ní Éalaithe and Clíona O’Carroll showing Image page: 7
how a shawl was worn
Photographer:
NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 156
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2007
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Year:
The Flax Mill
Article Title:
Author: Breda Sheehan
Page No.: 8
Woollen weavers, 18th century, cotton handlooms, 1826, 1832, industry, workers, women, children, labour, welfare, conditions,
Keywords:
unemployment, railway, sewing, mechanisation, development, traditional cottage industries, Cork Weaving and Spinning Company,
Flax Mills, Millfield, distillery, flour mill, food, production, Sunbeam Wolsey, acres, Shaw’s Mill, Kilnap, Dublin Street, corporation
tax, city council, municipal boundary, water, Bride river, Kiln river, John Francis Maguire, Munster Flaw Improvement Society,
Mulholland, occupation, management, authority, class, training school, Belfast, Messrs Coombe of Belfast, machinery, Messrs Boyd
& Ball, architecture, Richard Evans, Mr R Brash, chimney construction, trade, gender, investors, workforce, charity, 1866, American
Civil war, William Shaw, Cork Industrial exhibition, 1883, James Ogilvie, Thomas Lunham, Francis Henry Thompson, yarn, tow,
rippling, steeping, retting, breaking, scrunching, hackling, spinning, power looms, linen, steam power looms, hand loom, David
Dickenson, sounds of the city, audio, decline, Napoleonic Wars, domestic tailoring, dressmaking, clerical, lower paid unskilled,
wages, employees, wet-spinning, long leather aprons, clothing, doffers, bobbins, Patrick Beirne, education, bare-footed, blackshawled young gils, housing, cottages, emigration, poverty, low income
Images Description: View of the Sunbeam Wolsey Building through Image page: 8
Photographer: NFP archive
trees
Images Description: Aerial view of Sunbeam Wolsey factory in the
Image page: 9
Photographer: The Blackpool Historical
early 1930s
Society
Catalogue No.:
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Year:
Young People & ‘No Name clubs’
Article Title:
Author: Karyn Barry & Stephanie O’Regan Page No.: 10
St Joseph’s School, Mayfield, St Patrick’s Girls Secondary School Gardiners Hill, national voluntary youth organisation, 1978,
Keywords:
Kilkenny, alcohol free, lifestyle, youth, childhood, entertainment, leisure, social, health, drugs, self-esteem, education, responsibility,
Garda Siochana, members, youth awards, workshops, drama, substance-free, friendships, Teach Mhuire Daycare Centre
Images Description: Junior youth leaders Karyn Barry and Stephanie Image page: 10
Photographer: Joe Mullane
o Regan of No Name Clubs
Catalogue No.: 158
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2007
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Year:
Fields of dreams
Article Title:
Author: Lord Mayor Cllr Michael Ahern
Page No.: 11
Victoria Cross, Straight Road, Lee Fields, Lee Baths, childhood, youth, leisure, summer, calendar, entertainment, swimming,
Keywords:
childhood games, occupation, bath attendants, Andy o brined, the Brown Bomber, diving, The Matchfield, County Hall, Munster
Football association, illegal dumping, environment, Jenning Wood, The Grove, Orchard Road, chestnuts, chessies, walnuts, food,
Duck’s Pool, fishing, trout, family, tradition, community, otters, wildlife, canoe, Donavan’s Bridge, Sport, hurling, football, soccer,
rounders, fall in, the Priests Field, Capuchins, student priests, training, seminary, religion, bare feet, baker, Henry O’Shea,
occupation, Confectionary, bread van, horse, transportation, bags of oats, animal welfare, Coach st, stable, Sullivan’s Quay, South
Main St, Sir Henry’s Nightclub, place names, Mr hurley, cake-man, horses, driving horses to Lee Fields, dray horses, equine, work
horses, Coffey, western Road, University, cattle, Patrick St, pigs, poverty
Images Description: Michael Ahern with family members as children Image page: 11
Photographer: Michael Ahern
Catalogue No.: 159
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2007
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Year:
Vintage Memories
Article Title:
Author: James Twohig
Page No.: 12
Monard, Paddy o Sullivan, Ford Model A, transportation, driving, mechanic, driving instruction, mass, religion, Russian Oil Products,
Keywords:
ROP, petrol, resources, money, shillings, Dennis O’Neill, Model B Ford truck, domestic, commercial, Myles McSweeney, Ford Model
C, cattle dealer, occupation, Mr. Hartnett, Baby Ford, cars, Ford factory, 1919, henry Ford, Ballinascarthy, West Cork, emigration,
America, industry, Fordson tractors, Model BF, Model Y cars, International car races, Victoria’s Crss, Dennehy’s Cross, Model Farm
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Road, Inchigaggin Bridge, Poulavone, Carrigrohane Staite, Mervyn White, British Motorist, Mazaratti, Riley, MG, Alfa Romeo, 1938
race, Prince Bira, Italian, ERA, grand Prix, van for milk delivery, Ford 8 Saloon, CAB, motor engineering, Crawford Institute, education,
training, rationed, War years, essential services, doctors, priests, hackney drivers, undertakers, tyres, turf cutting, resources, Naad
bog, Marina factory, coal, Ellis’ Sand And Gravel Pit, construction Capital Cinema, Ford V8s, tipper truck, Hercules DOOD diesel
engines, motorbikes, Triumph, ex-army BSA, safety, accidents, injuries, North Infirmary Hospital, health, Morris *, second hand,
money, economics, Maurics Buckey, Cork Veteran Car Run, Cork Motor Cycle and Car Club, starting handle, rally, four door, two
door, doctor’s coupe, trucks, minibuses, wooden spokes, restoration, antiques, bonnet, exhausts
Images Description: James Twohig & Maurice Buckley in their 1928 Image page: 12
Photographer: James Twohig
Three Wheel Morgan, photo taken 1956
Images Description: James Twohig in his 1926 Ford Model T in 2004 Image page: 12
Photographer: James Twohig
Images Description:
Christy Crowe in Corporation Yard with a 1926
Ford Model T, taken in 1957
Image page:
13
Photographer:
James Twohig
Catalogue No.: 160
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2007
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Year:
Sound Excerpts
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 14
Geoffrey D’Souza, language, Cork speak, boy, How’s it goin, Boy?, humour, friendliness, character, personality, greetings, social
Keywords:
interaction, Stefan Wulff, River Lee, money, accident, charity, volunteer, helpfulness, neighbourliness, rowing, sport, water, leisure,
Micheál Ó Geallabháin, joke, humour, sayings, rivalry, Billy McCarthy, youth, racing bike, sports, childhood, leisure, handlebars,
racer, combine harvester, occupation, summer work, calendar, seasonal employment, Lough, Irish mile, Angelus Bell, religion, Sign
of the Crss, accident, Emeka Ikebuasi, Nigeria, social interaction, welfare officer, telephone manner, language, conversation, sayings,
Vitaliy Mahknanov, Ukraine, gender interaction, men, women, relationships, Mary O Sullivan, lady Palmer’s House, ghost stories,
children, Robert Fourie, South Africa, overheard conversation, church, Mass, slang, Mass, Andy Hawkings, community, social,
ballhopping, larking, joking, slagging, up along, down along,
Images Description: Stefan Wulff and friends rowing on the River
Image page: 14
Photographer: Finbarr O regan
Lee
Images Description: How’s it going’, boy? Book cover
Image page: 15
Photographer: NFP Archive
Catalogue No.:
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2007
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Year:
Basketball in Cork
Article Title:
Author: Jim O Donoghue
Page No.: 16
National League Basketball, Neptune Stadium, sport, entertainment, teams, rivalry, spectators, crowds, leisure, training, Ballina,
Keywords:
traca, accident, court, Bishop John Buckley, TD Danny Wallace, Dr James Naismith, Springfield Massachusetts, 1891, International
Amateur Basketball Federation, 1932, Defence Forces, competition, Irish Armed Services, Weevils, 1947, Donal O Donoghue, Tossie
Bruton, Humphrey Lynch, Collins Army Barracks, bicycle, transportation, shank’s mare, match, Gurranabraher Parochial Hall, Brother
Quinn, Blarney Street School, street leagues, Cork Juvenile Board, Blue Demons, de Paul Boys Club, Crosshaven, North Monastery,
Christian Brothers, St. Vincent’s, Iona, gender, ladies teams, Blarney, Donoughmore, Kyer Kelts, Ballyphehane, Eason’s Avenue,
Churchfield, Army Band, Tigers, St. Francis’ Hall, Sheare’s St, Rope Walk, Sunday’s Well, Glanmire, Bantry, Mallow, Carrigtwohill,
Douglas
Images Description: Neptune versus Ballina Basketball match, 1991 Image page: 16
Photographer: Irish Examiner
Images Description:
Images Description:
Bob Marcotte, American International College
playing basketball against Eamonn Molloy,
Ireland circa 2006
Mike Pyatt, Neptune rebounds with Boo
Williams, Team Corona in basketball in 1982
Image page:
17
Photographer:
Irish Examiner
Image page:
17
Photographer:
Jim O Donoghue
Catalogue No.: 162
11
2007
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Year:
Martello Towers of East Cork
Article Title:
Author: Eileen Cronin
Page No.: 18
Napoleonic Wars, East Cork, Bonaparte, towers, buildings, architecture, structures, Garnish Island, Beare Island, Haulbowline,
Keywords:
Ringaskiddy, belvelly, Monning, Rossaleague, Fota, defence, No 11, Sandycove, James Joyce, 1904, Oliver St John Gogarty, Ulysses,
Elsimore, castle, Mortella, Corsica, 1794, rope ladder, enemy, battle, attack, quarry, rock, stone, limestone, ashlar, brickwork,
magazine, water tank, troops, gun platform, Cork Harbour, Naval service, maritime Museum, cannon, attack, staircase, community,
families, circular, Smith Barry family, entertainment, leisure, billiards, music, dancing, cards, newspapers, instruments, Lord
Barrymore, class, dances, occupation, coachmen, footmen, Maurice o Brien, character, military, War of Independence, Black and
Tans, Belvelly Castle, development, geography, 1600, Hugh o’ Neill, Manning Island, Marino, Monning Tower, Fota Tower, music,
Fenian band, 1867, Captain Mackey, Francis Lomasney, ammunition, ballad singers, Down Erin’s Lovely Lee, Jimmy Crowley, March
6th, Queenstown Quay, emigration, Cloghroe, sea, maritime, New York, Yankee Boys, stars and stripes, Glen of Aherlow
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Images Description:
Haulbowline Tower, East Cork
View of town of Passage from Haulbowline
Tower, East Cork
Image page:
Image page:
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19
Photographer:
Photographer:
Eileen Cronin
Eileen Cronin
Catalogue No.: 163
11
2007
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Year:
My Romantic River Lee
Article Title:
Author: Richard T Cooke
Page No.: 20
River, water, community, tradition, maritime, personification, musical waters, romance, summers, leisure, entertainment, fishing,
Keywords:
summer, rafting, swans, rats, wildlife, marine life, salmon, mullet, bass, eels, Gougane Barra, source, poetry, ballads, music, Atlantic
Ocean, Cork Harbour, Cobh, ring forts, fairies, ghosts, monks, spiritual airs, castles, female, parish, religion, Ballingeary, Inchigeela,
Macroom, Coachford, Bripsey, Farran, Ovens, Ballincollig, Passage, Monkstown, Ringaskiddy, angling, Edmund Spencer, Elizabeth
Boyle, Corke, bard, vineyards, Rhine, towers, poems, Francis Sylvester Mahony, Father Prout, Bells of Shandon, affection, magic
spells, Robert Gibbings, geography, occupation, labourer, cattle, sheep, rabbits, On the Banks of My Own Lovely Lee, childhood,
youth, Maradyke, elm tree, sported and played, green leafy shade
Images Description: Painting showing St Vincent’s Bridge of River
Image page: 20
Photographer: Michael Lenihan
Lee
Catalogue No.: 164
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2007
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Year:
The Ambassador & The 402
Article Title:
Author: Frank Kennedy
Page No.: 21
Railway, trains, 1934, US Ambassador, Railway Locomotive Department, steam, record time, Dublin, record-breaking, Gilbert Library,
Keywords:
nd
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32 President of the United States of America, Mr William Wallace McDowell, Motana, Irish Free State,
US liner Washington, Kingsbridge Station, Heuston Station, PJ Little, Parliamentary Secretary to the President of the Executive
Council, Eamonn de Valera, No 1 Army Band, US anthem, engine driver, occupation, Mark Foley, Phoenix Park, public administration,
presidential procedure, government, Government banquet, papal nuncio, religion, toast, Butte, Montana, Little Ireland, emigration,
Marcus Daly, copper mining, Dr Von Dehn, German ambassador, Dr James Ryan, heart attack, ill health, accident, death, American
Embassy, mahogany coffin, gun carriage, Free State troops, Gardaí, liner Manhattan, Roches point, Memphis, Tennessee, Scottish
emigrant, 1867, Trenton, politics, Democratic Party, Beara peninsula, Gaelic sports clubs, the Wolfe Tones, Butte Football
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Championship, Adrigole, West Cork
Images Description: Train Diver, Mark Foley
Catalogue No.: 165
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Folk miscellany
Article Title:
Image page:
21
Photographer:
Frank Kennedy
Year:
Page No.:
2007
Ned o’Donavan, Nano Nagle,
22
Veronica McCarthy, Ruth Hayes
Pocketing
the
proceeds,
1939-1945,
war,
World
War
II,
The
Emergency,
potato bread, flour, food, bran, pocket money, childhood,
Keywords:
youth, rabbits, hunting, pigron trapping, animal welfare, blackberry picking, dandelion root digging, nutrition, health, soil, money,
shilling, substitute coffee, fishing line, bait, maize, economic, money saving, recycling, horse drawn floats, transportation, canvas
bags, tea chest full of hay, keeping food warm, food preservation method, pastimes, pollution, drinking water, technology, streams,
sawdust fires, heat water, cooking, local timber merchants, hand truck, occupation, five gallon metal drum, jam jar, pick axe handle,
ingenuity, volcano kettle, war years, boots, shoes, clothing, bicycle tyres, boiled sweets, rations, army blankets, tailoring, turning
jackets, recycling old wool, reknitting, socks, gloves, Roches Stores, Mallow, shop, retail, Debenhams, country, urban, ‘good clothes’
shopping, car park, Roches, place names, coffee shop, food, chocolate éclair, Coco-cola, discount clothing, sales, Brown Thomas,
Cashs, Cove St, Veronica Walsh, South Parish, Annie Walsh, Gussie Walsh, Cova, tenement, social housing, families, extended
families, toilet, bathroom, cold tap, heating, drinking water, childhood, docker, occupation, daily wage, gender, woman, class,
money-making, economy, Haughton’s yard, South Terrace, box bar, transportation, haulage, wood collection, sticks, children,
labour, old bicycle tyres, bundles of sticks, Traver’s St, gas lamp, lighting, pawnbroker, alcoholism, clothing suit, pin-money, gender,
Sullivan’s Quay, bob, money, funeral, humour, car, transportation, weather, iron, fire station, cork speak, accident, funny, Youghal,
clock tower, beach, Perk’s funfair, entertainment, youth, children, childhood, carnival, ham sandwiches, picnic, economy, food,
churches, Youghal Historical Players, theatre, Florence Newton, tortured, old women, gender, witchcraft, Countess of Desmond, Sir
Walter Raleigh, ageing, mayor of Youghal 1588-1589, potato, tobacco, port, shipping, cargo, transportation, ship, goods, 1400s,
Vikings, Normans, 1616, Sir Richard Boyle, Earl of Cork, English occupation, industrialisation, exports, pipe staves, wool, cattle, wine,
cloth, luxury goods, 1777, Trinity gate, public hangings, gallows, United Irishmen, torture, military garrison, 1860, railway, Tyntes
Castle, town walls, St Mary’s Collegiate Church, tomb
Images Description: Blackberry picking early 1940s Cork
Image page: 22
Photographer: Irish Examiner
Images Description:
Images Description:
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Debenhans (formerly Roches Stores) Patrick’s
St, Cork
Cove St, circa 1940s
Author:
Image page:
23
Photographer:
Gill O Donoghue
Image page:
23
Photographer:
Veronica McCarthy
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Images Description:
The Clock Tower, Main St, Youghal
Image page:
24
Photographer:
Ruth Hayes
Catalogue No.: 166
11
2007
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Year:
Cork City & County Archive
Article Title:
Author: Brian McGee
Page No.: 25
Local authorities, Poor Law Unions, Rural District Councils, Corporation of Youghal, archivist, information, Blackpool, Cork Archives
Keywords:
Institute, archival heritage, research, letters, correspondence, legal documents, photographs, drawings, posters, account books,
audio-visual records, donations, Local Government Archive, Business Archives, Cork Butter Market, R& H Hall Merchants, Denny
Lane, Terence MacSwiney, Landed Estate Archives, Solicitors Papers, Earl of Bandon Estate, Trade Union Archives, Clubs and
societies, Cork Sick Poor, Cork Worker’s Council, religious institutions, Opera House
Images Description: Merchants Quay 1870 – 1890
Image page: 25
Photographer: Cork City and County
Archives
Opera
House
advertising
poster
25
Images Description:
Image page:
Photographer: Cork City and County
Archives
Catalogue No.: 167
11
2007
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Year:
Letters to the editor
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 26
North Presentation Secondary School, Farranree, education, oral history, outreach, Cork Milling Company, Lee hosiery, Blarney St,
Keywords:
Farranree Primary School, photographs
Images Description: Pupils of Scoil Iosagáin (Boys Primary School,
Farranree)
Images Description: Unidentified photograph – religious event
uncovered in the old Sunbeam building
Images Description: Unidentified photograph – five people listening
to a fiddle player in a sitting room
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Image page:
26
Photographer:
Maureen o Keeffe
Image page:
26
Photographer:
NFP
Image page:
26
Photographer:
NFP
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Catalogue No.: 168
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Book Reviews
Article Title:
Year:
Page No.:
2007
Maureen o keeffe, Breda
27
Sheehan, Nano Nagle, Shane
David Walsh
Supernatural
Isle
of
Man,
island,
tour
guide,
myth,
Finn
McCool,
battle,
Scottish giant, mermaids, Moddey Dhoo, Manx,
Keywords:
Tarroo0ushtey, demon bull, animals, The Burning of Cork, Irish War of Independence, Irish Volunteers, Royal Irish Constabulary, RIC
barracks, British government, Black and Tans, accident, deaths, 1920a. The Outsiders – Exposing the Secretive World of Ireland’s
Travellers, community, feuds, traditions, families, Rathkeale, traders, onlookers, Pádraig McNally, John ‘Frog’ ward, murder,
violence, crime, Serving a City – the Story of Cork’s English Market, food, retail, shopping, Corkonian, fire, depression, wealth,
stallholders, customers, occupations
Images Description: The Burning of Cork book cover
Image page: 27
Photographer: Gerry White & Brendan O
Shea
Author:
Catalogue No.: 169
11
2007
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Year:
The Urban landscape
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 28
Seamus Murphy, sculptor, 1907 – 1975, Sunbeam, limestone panel, weavers, women, William Dwyer, Blackpool, Spinning Wheel,
Keywords:
Worsted Mills, Midleton, mill, Blackpool Church, Mallow, Wellington Road
Images Description: The Spinning Wheel by Seamus Murphy
Image page: 28
Photographer:
Fawn Allen
Catalogue No.: 170
12
2008
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Year:
Photograph & Story
Article Title:
Author: Geraldine Healy
Page No.: 2
Farranferris seminary 1887 – 2006, college, religion, architecture, classics, education, sports, hurling, football, bishops, priests,
Keywords:
Bishop John Buckley, Bishop Michael Murphy, Aloys Fleichmann, Sean Riada, Dr Harty Cup, All Ireland, Farna Folklore, Irish language,
Colaiste Bharra, Fearann Phiarais, boys
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Images Description:
Eastern View of Farranferris College, Cork
Image page:
2
Photographer:
St Finbarr’s College,
Farranferris
Catalogue No.: 171
12
2008
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Year:
Charlie Hurley
Article Title:
Author: Liam Ó h-Uigín
Page No.: 3
Soccer hero, 1936, Mercy Hospital, Crosses Green, Julia Cullinane, Henry St, Peter St, family, tradition, Christina Creedon, Common’s
Keywords:
road, emigration, employment, Ford’s Foundry, Dagenham, occupation, soccer skills, East end London, Rainham Youths, Millwall FC,
Sunderland FC, transfer fee, sports, profession, sports career, capped for Ireland, Bolton Wanderers, International cap, World Cup,
Tommy Taylor, Irish International Hall of Fame Award 1989, Turner’s Cross.
Images Description: Charlie Hurley, with his sister Sheila on their
Image page: 3
Photographer: Liam Ó h-Uigín
Communion Day
Images Description: Charlie Hurley lining out for Ireland against Image page: 3
Photographer: Liam Ó h-Uigín
England, Dalymount Park, 1957
Catalogue No.: 172
12
2008
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Year:
Blackpool’s Roaring Bridge
Article Title:
Author: Breda Sheehan
Page No.: 4
1799, Watercourse Road, O’Connell St, Cork Public Museum, marshland, great William O’Brien St, Bride River, Kiln River, Wherland’s
Keywords:
Lane, Blackpool Bridge, Tanto Bridge, Corkeran’s Quay, Watermill Bridge, Lady’s Well Bridge, 1734, Corporation, rioting, guardhouse,
textile, industry, employment, yarn, weavers, trade, ambushed carts, boycotts, revolt, wages, trade unions, employee rights,
conditions of employment, 1769, whipping of Richard Bradshaw, board cloth weaver, occupation, North Gaol, torturing, faction
fighting, community rivalry, authority, class, The Hibernian Chronicle, 1769, Fair Lane, Cherokee Indians, battle, festival time,
Sundays, calendar, fatalities, newspapers, criminal, crime, social life, ballads, Millikin, De Groves of de Pool, Militia, 1789 rebellion,
regiment, Commons, patriotism, community, heroes, youths, Dr De la Cour, humour, butchers, baiters, occupation, tanners,
skinners, clothing, leather, combers, dyers, textiles, character, class, authorities, John Wesley, Methodism, religion, 1769, preached
in blackpool, riot, wickedness, elm trees, development over time, urban sprawl, industrialisation, trade route, Thomas Davis St,
distilling, milling, carpet, glue, textile manufacturing, 1750, Charles Smith, family size, diet, nutrition, food, Rocque’s Map, 1759,
Peacock Lane, Gerald Griffin Avenue, Beauford’s Map, 1801, Spring Lane, 1769, Richard Brocklesby Esquire, Dr of Physics, Maddens
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Building, guard house, corporation, Hatten’s Alley, W. Roe, 1838, development, C. J. O’Herlihy, occupation, teacher, road,
transportation, diversion, 1846, York Row, Chapel Flags
Images Description: Painting of Cork’s Roaring Bridge Blackpool,
Image page: 4
Photographer: Cork Public Museum
1799
Images Description: Road widening at Blackpool Bridge, Cork, 1953 Image page: 5
Photographer: Irish Examiner
Catalogue No.: 173
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Maidin Luain Chincíse – Amhrán Chorcaíoch i
Article Title:
Year:
Page No.:
2008
6
Author: Ciarán Ó Gealbháin
nGaeltacht na nDéise
Ethnology, UCC< songs, music, ballad, likemen, 1798, revolution, civil war, United Irishmen, poet, Michéal Óg Ó Longáin, quatrains,
Keywords:
Beir litir uaim don Mhunhain leat, struggle, freedon, lament, Irish, language, Dracula, Bram Stoker.
Images Description: Leac cuimhneacháin 1798, páircín an bhaile,
Image page: 6
Photographer: Ciarán Ó Gealbháin
Dún Garbhán
Catalogue No.: 174
12
2008
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Year:
Industrial Blackpool
Article Title:
Author: Padraig Ó Cuanacháin
Page No.: 7
Settlement, housing, tenement, poverty, walled area, lanes, wealth, class, social status, taxes, duties, imports, textiles, industry,
Keywords:
subsidies, wool, cotton, linen, beer, stout, whiskey, food, Andy Bielenberg, Cork’s Industrial Revolution, cattle trade, market, Blarney
St, Cork butter, Cork Examiner, newspaper, starvation, famine, 1845-1848, poor, suffering, mortality, ill-health, disease, typhus,
cholera, yellow fever, malnutrition, economy, brewing, distilling, clothing, Millfield, 1864, Sunbeam
Images Description: Henry Denny & Sons abattoir, ‘Denny’s cellar’, Image page: 7
Photographer: Liam Ó h-Uigín
2002
Catalogue No.: 175
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Year:
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Article Title:
Keywords:
Matchmaking - Cork Style
Author:
Niamh Lucey
Page No.:
7
Rural Ireland, country, urban, love, marriage, relationships, families, gender, women, men, David Lucey, Macroom, 1950s, dating,
date, humour, funny, leisure, sport, entertainment, childhood, youth, community, occupation, solicitor’s clerk, sisters, dowry,
money, wealth, land, marriage contract, feathered mattress, couple, extended family, match, romance, religion, bachelor
Images Description:
Image page:
Photographer:
Catalogue No.: 176
12
2008
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Year:
World War II Memories
Article Title:
Author: Patricia O’Neill
Page No.: 8
Gender, women, war, British Forces, Europe, join up, occupation, medicine, doctor, nurse, Crawford School of Art, social, youth,
Keywords:
Auxiliary Territorial Service, ATS, transportation, train, milk churn, Belfast, ticket collector, sounds, audio, night train, employment,
culture shock, Ballymena Barracks, sergeant-major, slang, language, cork speak, demons, discrimination, housing, corrugated iron
Nissan huts, pollution, dorms, sleeping quarters, mattresses, biscuits, kit inspection, Latrines, humour, City by the Lee, uniform,
clothing, khaki jacket, brass buttons, walking out, parade, skirt, trousers, shirt, tie, shoes, stockings, pyjamas, khaki elasticated rayon
knickers, passion-killers, Berry, romance, American troops, sweets. Candy, cigarettes, nylon stockings, American red Cross,
servicewomen, civilians, dances, entertainment, jitterbug, music, honeys, Lucky Strikes, Camels, Eleanor Roosevelt, GI, Princess
Royal, royal family, Countess of Harewood, drivers, telephonists, telecommunications, cooks, orderlies, billet, anti-aircraft battery,
Hull, East Yorkshire, raid, winter, calendar, snow, weather, ex-patriots, Edinburgh, Granite City, Aberdeen, Civil Resettlement Unit,
prisoner of war camp, compassion, marriages, relationships, families, social life, Irish Field Marshals, Alexander, Montgomery, Lady
Elphinstone, Bowes-Lyon, trains, Bangor Station, marines, battledress, D-Day landings, Normandy beaches, allied troops, June 6th,
1944, courage, spirit, bombings, iron Anderson shelter, death, accident, religion, mortuary chapel, burial, injuries, WRNS, WAAF,
First Aid Nursing Yeomanry, ambulances, hospitals, M15, War Office, British Legion, medals, veterans, commemoration, memorial
Images Description: Patricia Foreman (O’ Neill) in her ATS uniform
Image page: 8
Photographer: Patricia O Neill
circa 1945
Images Description: Poster advertising the Auxiliary Territorial
Image page: 9
Photographer: Patricia O’ Neill
Service
Catalogue No.:
85
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2008
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Year:
Nano Nagle – Educator 1718 – 1784
Article Title:
Author: Nana Nagle
Page No.: 9
Family, children, birth, childhood, religion, prayer, devotion, Presentation Sisters, nuns, convent, Catholic, Mallow, Mork and Mindy,
Keywords:
Ballygriffin, birthplace, 1718- 1784, sacrifice, education, teacher, spirit, dedication, class, wealth, care, elderly, poor, poverty,
hunger, suffering, love, Penal Laws, literacy, illiterate, Charter Schools, hedge schools, social, economy, adult education, 1749, Cove
Lane, Douglas St, death, danger, secret, Strand St, Dublin, child labour, welfare conditions, 1801, Hannah More, Protestant, Bath &
wells, servants, insults, prostitution, sick, ill health, disease, William Coppinger, coffin
Images Description: Nano Nagle’s original headstone, South
Image page: 9
Photographer: Shane David Walsh
Presentation Convent, Cork
Images Description: Portrait painting of Nano Nagle by James Barry Image page: 10
Photographer: Unknown
circa 1780
Catalogue No.: 178
12
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Out in the County – Reconstruction of Mallow
Article Title:
Year:
Page No.:
2008
11
Author: Sheila Kavanagh
Railway Bridge 1929
Engineering, Freedom Fighters, civil war, War of Independence, Emmet St, train, ammunition, British soldiers, Barrack St, vandalism,
Keywords:
rampage, burning, fire, attack, refuge, fear, Auntie Minnie Hartnett’s farm, Blackrock, Blackrock Drive, Bridge St, daffodils, plum
trees
Images Description: Reconstruction of Mallow railway Bridge 1923 Image page: 11
Photographer: Sheila Kavanagh
Catalogue No.: 179
12
2008
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Year:
Jewish Neighbours of Yesteryear
Article Title:
Author: Geraldine Healy
Page No.: 12
Religion, community, Albert Road, gas company, utilities, energy supply, Shalom Park, Jewtown, Geraldine Place, Southside,
Keywords:
generation, grocery shop, retail, shopping, occupation, food, trading, Shalom Stores, kosher, nostalgia, war, ethnic, Hebrew, peace,
language, colloquial, Monarea Terrace, Marina terrace, Elizabeth Terrace, 1801, Isaac Solomon, silversmith, jeweller, spoons, cream
jugs, Solomon Hymes, Hyams, umbrella maker, 1810, family business, 1880, 1910, Lithuania, Akmeyan, Hibernian Buildings, Jewish
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yearbook, 1905, polish immigrants, language barrier, pedlars, scrap dealers, horse and cart, transportation, holy pictures, music
shop, tailors, Jewish cap maker, clothing, Carolne St, education, law, medicine, moneylenders, credit facilities, financial institutions,
poor, class, Cecil Hurwitz, PEACE, Prayer Enterprise Christian Effort, unity, peace, pogrom, 1904, Goldberg family, Louis Goldberg,
accident, Gerald Y Goldberg, anti-Semitism, persecution, mayor of cork, Irish Times, honorary doctorate, classical Hebrew scholar,
Dick Hogan, South terrace Synagogue, minyan, gender, men, Jewish school, rabbi, kittel, clothing, dress, kippah, skullcap, Torah,
rites, brit milah, circumcision, Bar mitzvah, chapah, wedding, symbol, excile, Pesach, Passover, exodus, Egypt, Sukkoth, festival,
Israelites, devout, Jewish Community, strict code of ethical behaviour, Sabbath, orthodox, faith, sundown, candles, blessing, meal,
kashrut style, food preparation, shochet, Abraham, day of rest, Shabbos goy, forbidden, Jews in Twentieth Century Ireland, Dermot
Keogh, refugee legislation, haven, Nazi, World War II, A Land Not Theirs
Images Description: Elysian Tower under construction
Image page: 12
Photographer: NFP archive
overshadowing Jewtown
Images Description: Shalom Stores shop sign on Post Office wall
Image page: 13
Photographer: NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 180
12
2008
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Year:
Sound Excerpts
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 14
Ellen Quilligan, grandparents, travellers, life on the road, shoes, clothing, poverty, religion, customs, traditions, holy pictures,
Keywords:
campfire, story-telling, ghost stories, welcome, criminal, crime, John Quilligan, barrel top wagon, rings, games, silver coin, childhood,
pastimes, trade, Fair Field, Dunmanway, Clonakilty, Baile Beale, extended family, occupation, dealers, horses, Glengariff,
Buccaneers, caravans, housing, towing caravans, transportation, tourism, heritage, culture, construction, building, Newry caravan,
Bandon wagon, Michael Harte, Mary Quilligan, settled, Farranree, Christmas, clothes, clothing, alcohol, pub, drinking, food,
confectionary, music, dance, cloth doll, children’s toys, tinsmith, mass, religion, Sunday, calendar, seasons, polish shoes, Christmas,
sweets, macaroonie bars, chocolate, singsong, céilí dancing, storytelling, Breda o Driscoll, hawking, scrap, horse dealing, fairs, Tralee
Races, Galway Races, Puck Fair, Cahirmee Fair, generations, Little Red Riding Hood, lackeen, Narish Beor, bugged her a red tug,
gayged, to crush, Aul Beor, keen, basket of peck, crishin, croonin to her own lace, big bad ugly comra of a wolf, stalling at a knocky
steamin a big fat steamer in his pee, corrigs, knocked on the rulas, tawspin for a trape, tawsed, gloked, nyuk, Narnish Feen, corded,
traped, cup of scald, Cork Traveller Women’s Network, Cork Public Museum, Traveller Culture Exhibit.
Images Description: Barrell Top Caravan covered in tarp
Image page: 14
Photographer: Donal Sugrue, NFP
Images Description:
87
Ellen and John Quilligan with tinsmith-made
coal buckets
Image page:
15
Photographer:
Catherine Fray, NFP
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Catalogue No.: 181
12
2008
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Year:
Cork City Heritage Plan 2007 – 2012
Article Title:
Author: Niamh Twomey
Page No.: 16
Promotion, sites, landmarks, St. Anne’s Shandon, St Finn Barre’s Cathedral, Wellington Road, St Lukes, medieval laneways, North
Keywords:
Main St, Lough, relationships, songs, stories, history, language, accents, customs, food, change over time, Vikings, Archaeology, Built
Heritage, Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, General Heritage.
Images Description: St. Anne’s Shandon cemetery view
Image page: 16
Photographer: Denis McGarry
Catalogue No.: 182
12
2008
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Year:
Days of Childhood
Article Title:
Author: Noel O Shaughnessy
Page No.: 17
Nostalgia, memory, youngsters, children, youth, Spangle Hill, Farranree, summers, calendar, time of year, clothing, games, sports,
Keywords:
football, goalposts, game a ball, street football, childhood arguments, friendlies, skipping, nursery rhymes, Spin the Bottle, kissing,
rules, marbles, glassy alleys, Autumn, winter, Chessies, chestnuts, twine, tournament, conkers, Release, Donkey, spinning tops,
shoelace, Ross Wood, hike, food, bread and jam, bike, bicycle, cycling, transportation, traffic, camp fire, poppies, blackberry picking,
fruit, jam making, windmills, corkys, money, playing shop, horse-drawn bread van, occupation, trade, wasteman, rearing animals,
Images Description: Playing chessies or conkers.
Image page: 17
Photographer: Source:
www.viewimages.com
Catalogue No.: 183
12
2008
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Year:
The Sheep Farmer
Article Title:
Author: Billy McCarthy
Page No.: 19
Entrepreneur, grocery delivery, Quaker Road, trading pigs, growing vegetables, invention, tipping wheelbarrow, timber prototype,
Keywords:
Ford’s box, architect, working model, patent, metal fabricator, World War II, Barnetstown, Watergrasshill, stone ditches, horse
drawn carts, sheep, husbandry, dipping, shearing, fetters, burned scrub, garda, delivery round, agricultural, industry, bicycle,
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confirmation, religion, Christ the King, National School, Turner’s Cross, Mr Patrick Thompson, local history, poetry, folklore, Lower
Glanmire Road, Riverstown, Sallybrook, Bleach Hill, Annacartan Bridge, swallows nesting, wandering sheep, Brother Norbert, roll
call, hero,
Images Description: Herding the sheep in Innishannon, Co Cork 1945 Image page: 19
Photographer: Irish Examiner
Catalogue No.: 184
12
2008
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Year:
The Modern Primitives
Article Title:
Author: Jenny Butler
Page No.: 20
Body modification, individual, cosmetic surgery, desired appearance, non medical, tattooing, piercing, tribal, communities, spiritual,
Keywords:
religious practices, rites of passage, traditional culture, modern primitive, tattoo parlours, piercing studios, tattoo conventions,
Midleton, East Cork, ear piercing, body piercing, subdermal implants, metal detectors, surgical steel, titanium, silver, pyrex, bioflex
clear, animal bone, bamboo, coconut shell, wood, micro dermal, transdermal Mohawks, play piercings, hypodermic needles, corset
piercing, branding, scarification, strike branding, recognised college, Hellfunky’s, Dublin, community, artists, Adonis Piercing Studio,
mainstream society, social deviance, conventional fashion, self mutilation, disfigurement, aesthetics, Electronic Body Music, self
expression,
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Beck piercings by Bodyshock
Transdermal Mohawk
Ear piercings
Piercing parlour in cork
Image
Image
Image
Image
page:
page:
page:
page:
20
21
21
21
Photographer:
Photographer:
Photographer:
Photographer:
Jenny Butler
‘Baz’ Metal Morphosis
Wildcat link
David O’Leary, NFP archive
Catalogue No.: 185
12
2008
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Year:
John Hogan – Sculptor Supreme
Article Title:
Author: Ronnie O’Herlihy
Page No.: 22
19th century, 1809, sculptor, South Parish, Tallow, Co Waterford, 1800, Cove Street, formal education, apprentice clerk, Michael
Keywords:
Foote, Patrick Street, architectural drawings, carving figures, wood, Thomas Deane, Cork City prison, Sunday’s Well, ornamental
figures, commissions, Minerva, Royal Exchange Insurance Company, South Mall, Antonio Canova, casts, Crawford Gallery, Dr
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Woodroffe, lectures, School of Anatomy, Parnell Place, skeleton carving, Bishop John Murphy, North Cathedral, William Carey, Royal
Irish Institution, Italy, Rome, The Drunken Faun, plaster, The Dead Christ, St Theresa’s Church, Clarendon Street, Dublin, South
Chapel, St John’s Basilica, Newfoundland, Cork Society for the Promotion of the Fine Arts, Cornelia Bevignani, Incorporated Society
of the Virtuosi of the Pantheon, Pope, Repeal Association, Daniel O’Connell, City Hall, William Crawford, Savings Bank, Lapp’s Quay,
Wentworth Place, Hogan Place, Thomas Davis, National Exhibition 1852, Great Industrial Exhibition, Fr Theobald Mathew, John
Henry Foley, wood, plaster, marble, St Michael’s Church of Ireland, Blackrock, St John the Baptist Church, Kinsale, St Joseph’s
Church, Glanmire, reclining angel,
Images Description: Full life size statue of Daniel O’Connell
Image page: 22
Photographer: Ronnie O’Herlihy
Images Description:
John Hogan 1800 – 1858
Image page:
23
Photographer:
Catalogue No.: 186
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The Myth and Legend of Eliza Lynch
Article Title:
Author: Shane David Walsh
Paraguay, cork woman, Aquidaban River, South American continent, war, Mallow, English physician,
Keywords:
Ronnie O’Herlihy
Year:
Page No.:
2008
24
Irish famine 1847,
Queenstown, Second Republic, Paris, Xavier Quatrefages, Algeria, courtesan, servants, business cards, courtiers, foreign diplomats,
Anne Enright, Francisco Solano Lopez, Carolos Antonio of Paraguay, diplomatic mission, Latin America, military fighting, prosperous
nation, national finances, The Irish Prostitute, revenge, vindictiveness, dictator, Empress, road, palaces, opera houses, European
bank accounts, state gold, War of the Triple Alliance, 1864 – 1870, Napolean of South America, Argentina, Asunción, land, Gran
Chaco, rape, despots, richest woman in the world, psychoses, psychotic behaviour, executions, Brazilian troops, General Camara,
penniless, obscurity, July 27th, 1886, Pere Lachaise cemetery, La Recoleta, national heroine, enigma, romanticisation, Irish
adventuress, bias, propaganda, scapegoat,
Images Description: Eliza Lynch, Co Cork, 3 June 1835
Image page: 24
Photographer: www.erroluys.com
Images Description:
Eliza Lynch, rising through Paraguayan society
Catalogue No.: 187
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Letters to the Editor
Article Title:
90
Image page
Author:
25
Photographer:
www.erroluys.com
Year:
Page No.:
2008
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Helen Ryan, Principal, MacSwiney Community College, The Archive 11, quality, impressed, enjoyment, folklore, heritage, History,
English, Story of Monto, John Finnegan, Mercier Press, Martello Towers, Ireland’s Naval Base & Navy, Sunbeam, Pat McNulty,
Cloyne Literary and Historical Society, monthly lecture, Jenny Butler, Brian McGee, Marie Guillot, Caroline and Alan Hennessy,
mystery photos,
Images Description: Murray’s fish tackle shop
Image page: 26
Photographer: Sketch by Bill O’Shea
Keywords:
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Northside Folklore team
Image page:
26
Photographer:
Nano Nagle
Catalogue No.: 188
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2008
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Year:
Book Reviews
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 27
Irish heroes, myths, saints, reference, Dáithí Ó hÓgáin, The Collins Press, Peter O’Connor, Beyond the Mist, Gearoid O Crualaoich,
Keywords:
UCC, The Mythological Cycle; The Ulster Cycle, The Fenian Cycle, Caileach Bhearra, Cork University Press, Northsider, Bailiffs,
Catherine Aherne, Stephen Hunter, Shane David Walsh,
Images Description: Man with Fish, sketch
Image page: 27
Photographer: Bill O’Shea
Catalogue No.: 189
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2008
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Year:
The Urban Landscape
Article Title:
Author: Shane David Walsh
Page No.: 28
Cork Warehouse co. Ltd, The Elysian Tower, Emmet Place, urban change, evolution
Keywords:
Images Description: View of cranes near Cork City Centre
Image page: 28
Photographer: Shane David Walsh, NFP
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Catalogue No.: 190
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Photograph & Story
Article Title:
91
Author:
Marie-Annick Desplanques
Year:
Page No.:
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Emergency phone, 666, County Hall, top floor, devil’s number,
Keywords:
Images Description: Don’t get stuck in this lift
Image page:
2
Photographer:
Marie-Annick Desplanques
Catalogue No.: 191
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2009
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Year:
Just How Unlucky is 13?
Article Title:
Author: Stephen Butler
Page No.: 3
Western culture, thirteen, thirteenth floor, Friday, superstition, Last Supper, Jesus Christ, Judas Iscariot, Christianity, twelve tribes,
Keywords:
Israel, zodiac signs, Romans, Norse mythology, Valhalla, Loki, Balder, God of Joy and Beauty, Celts, monotheistic, faith, religion,
druids, Celtic Pilgrimages, Samhain, tree calendar, supernatural, medieval times, witches, witches covens, Alasdair MacColla Ciotach
MacDonald, Colkitto, Gaelic war leader, Battle of Knocknanuss, Castlemanger, gamblers, London Thirteen Club, Woodrow Wilson,
Great Seal of the United States, iconography, thirteen stripes, thirteen leaves, thirteen berries, revolutionary times, baker’s dozen,
non believers, psychic, uncertainty, obsession, free will, rationalist, spiritual, Trinity, inherent magic, Adelaide,
Images Description: Triskaidekaphobia, fear of number 13
Image page: 3
Photographer: Shane David Walsh, NFP
Archive
Catalogue No.: 192
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2009
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Year:
Cork’s Foundling Hospital
Article Title:
Author: Breda Sheehan
Page No.: 4
Act of Parliament, 1735, workhouse, Cork city, homeless, begging, abandoned children, orphaned children, disposed, foundling
Keywords:
children, Foundling Hospital, Leitrim Street, Lady’s Well Brewery, finances, coal imports, Cork Harbour, 1834, investigation, annual
levy, petition, House of Parliament, abolish, institution, governors, moral, religious, education, confinement, detrimental to health,
building, Paine Brothers, Blackrock Castle, populated, taxation, admission, Easter, churchwarden, nursery, parish nurse, bribery, Mr
Richard Franklin, deception, mortality, death, overcrowding, fostered, rural areas, Catholic, Protestant, English, Irish language,
Carrignavar, Bandon, foster child, adoption, clergyman, Poor Law, The Monk’s School, North Monastery, Rev Dr Quarry, governor,
dullness of intellect, Dr Herrick, Obstetrician, South Infirmary, orphans, apprentices, service, Protestant masters, bakers, tailors,
paperhangers, cutlers, smiths, weavers, cabinet, last, rope, umbrella, shoe makers, fee, bonus, trade, Girls, milliners, dressmakers,
emigrate, New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, prostitution, House of Industry, Morrison’s Place, South Terrace, asylum, distressed,
house of correction, destitution, illegality, Mr Pierce, Master House of Infirmary, Poor Law Enquiry, 1836, Dr Murphy, Roman
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Catholic Bishop, pauper, illegitimacy, unemployment, poverty, widows, dependent children, St Mary’s Parish, Shandon, distressed
population, census, 1830, St Anne’s parish, destitution, chronic overcrowding, Poor Law Commissioners, Cork Lunatic Asylum, Cork
Workhouse, cradle like structure, bell, wedlock, Heineken Ireland, Murphy’s Brewery
Images Description:
Images Description:
Lady’s well Brewery with buildings of the
former Cork Foundling Hospital
Listed structure of the old Foundling Hospital,
1747, Leitrim Street, Cork
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Photographer:
Image page:
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Photographer:
Catalogue No.: 193
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Subconscious Artistic Graffiti
Article Title:
Author: David O’Leary
Vandalism, against the law, open mindedness, creative, artistic, art, humorous, graffiti,
Keywords:
Cork City & County
Archives
Shane David Walsh, NFP
Archive
Year:
Page No.:
2009
6
teachers, outrageous act, property, cost,
money, self expression, supervision, authority, beer bottles, runners, shoes, boots, over head electricity cables, scrapped bicycles,
shopping trolleys, street decoration, Common’s Road, Mallow direction, Free the Renault 5, irony, political prisoners, alleyway,
street corner, defacing property, Garda Síochána, Art of Subconscious Artistic Graffiti, litter, chewing gum
Images Description: Large mural on Mutton Lane by artist Anthony Image page: 6
Photographer: David O’Leary, NFP Archive
Ruby
Images Description: Bikes, trikes and trolleys in Cushing Pace,
Image page: 6
Photographer: David O’Leary, NFP Archive
Farranree, Cork
Images Description: Graffiti murals in car park off Sawmill Street
Image page: 6
Photographer: David O’Leary, NFP Archive
Images Description:
Mermaids mural in car park off Sawmill Street
Image page:
Photographer:
Images Description:
Graffiti man
Image page:
Photographer:
Catalogue No.: 194
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Funeral Traditions
Article Title:
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Author:
Nano Nagle
Shane David Walsh, NFP
Archive
Fawn Allen, NFP Archive
Year:
Page No.:
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Vicarstown, Co Cork, graveyard, coffin, procession, ‘the servant’, spirit, gates, night, departed, mourners, superstitions, funerals,
1800s, mortal existence, etiquette, corpse, ‘fag’, public schools, regimental mess, churchyard, Thomas Crofton Croker, 1824,
celebration, ending of life, Shoes, departed, deceased, afterlife, soul, residence, burial, relatives, tears, laughter, music, singing,
dancing, jokes, stories, whiskey, snuff, three days, body, unattended, ‘celebrations’, time of death, respect, clock stopped, waking,
mirrors, carrying of the coffin, esteem, waked, custom, church, funeral procession, men, women, traps, horseback, mark of honour,
motor vehicles, Piper’s Boreen, lone piper, Keeners, wailing, profession, ‘mna caointe’, grave digging, banshee, An Bean Sidhe,
spectral woman, wail, warning, young, beautiful, old, wretched, black hair, comb, Travellers, caravan, burning, personal effects,
grieving process, famine, disappearance, 1968, funeral homes, mini-chapels, funeral directors, Buttevant, cigarettes
Images Description:
Horsedrawn carriages were used for funerals
Image page:
Funeral Home on Coborg Street, Cork
Catalogue No.: 195
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Piseoga
Article Title:
Keywords:
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Orla Mangan, NFP Archive
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Author:
An t-Ollamh Gearόid Ó Crulaoich
Image page:
Courtesy of Irish Examiner
Year:
Page No.:
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9
Photographer:
Catalogue No.: 196
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2009
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Year:
The Hens’ Excursion
Article Title:
Author: Dr Margaret Humphreys
Page No.: 10
Ballinaraha, 1930s, 1940s, neighbours, work, environment, emigrate, Cottier’s, farmer, landowner, unit of industry, ‘man of the
Keywords:
house’, daily, seasonal, tasks, electrical, gadgets, multitask, chores, milking, cows, calves, customary, saving turf, saving hay, weather
dependent, cooking, cleaning, children, domestic fowl, hens’ eggs, nutrition, winter months, fowl, unproductive, conservation, zinc
pails, waterglass, nooks, crannies, roast chicken, Sunday dinner, geese, turkeys, Christmas, birds, killing, plucking, cleaning,
intestines, ducks, water, defecate, commercially viable, domestic fowl, profits, mini-industry, egg money, treats, housewife,
children, permanent wave, lipstick, new clothing, day outings, summer months, independent money, ‘hens excursions’, normal
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routine, socialising, gossip, chat, derision, criticism, frugal, farm income, surplus cash, public house, necessities, egg, grocery barter
system, village shop, disadvantages, unscrupulous, shopkeepers, abuse, negotiation, tactics, primitive transport, patriarchal,
farmers’ wives, enterprise, salesmen, non laying hens, impending danger, hapless, creature, ‘egg men’, prey, farmyard, traders, sold,
groceries, honest, fair price, monetary benefits, domestic husbandry, disease, pneumonia, poultry instructors, 1940s, 1950s,
professional women, advice, fowl husbandry, specific breeds, productivity, specialised breeds, predators, fox, raiders, maul,
slaughter, lairs, shoot, maverick, roamed freely, secure enclosure, clocking hens, broody hens, stockpile, sounds, calamities,
borrowed, lent, hawks, crows, protection, guidance, Irish rural lifestyles, milk, grain, self-sufficient, home consumption, paid
employment, confined conditions, artificial light, yield, bicycle, mass, pony and trap, drivers, skill, proficiency, economic
independence, freedom, mobility, urban supermarket, baby calf, money rich, time poor
Images Description:
Images Description:
Threshing time
The Hens’ Excursion circa 1940s
Image page:
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11
Photographer:
Photographer:
Courtesy of Irish Examiner
Mrs May Humphreys
Catalogue No.: 197
13
2009
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Year:
Sam Maguire – GAA Legend
Article Title:
Author: Noel O’Shaughnessy
Page No: 12
Sam Maguire, Mallabraca, Dunmanway, 1879, Church of Ireland, Model School, National School, Ardfield, Mr Madden, British Civil
Keywords:
Services examinations, London Post Office, Doheny’s, North Star Hotel, Dublin, 26 October 1902, Jones’s Road, Sam, Jack Maguire,
Tipperary, 1900 All Ireland football final, championship, 1901,1903, 1907, London GAA, Chairman, London County Board, Liam
McCarthy, Senior Hurling Championship Cup, King’s Cross, London, British Military, intercepting, IRA, Off the Field and On, Brendan
Fullam, Republican magazine, An t’glach, subterfuge, Major General, Chief Intelligence Officer, IRB, Lieutenant, Michael Collins,
1921, Sir Henry Wilson, assassination, Belgravia, Irish Civil Service, Croke Park, West Cork, tuberculosis, 6 February 1927, Celtic
Cross, grave, inscription, Saint Mary’s, Protestant, War of Independence, committee, commemoration, cup, £300, Ardagh Chalice,
Hopkins and Hopkins, O’Connells, Bridge, 19j88, 15 September 2002, Maurice Harron, Derry, artist, Charlie McCarthy
Images Description:
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Mallabraca National School
Image page:
12
Photographer:
Marie-Annick
Desplanques, NFP Archive
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2009
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Year:
Dance Hall Days
Article Title:
Author: Dave McCarthy
Page No.: 13
Methuselah, ipods, mp3s, memory sticks, downloads, computers, television, entertainment, radio, dancing, Radio Eireann, Take the
Keywords:
Floor, first occasion, Din Joe, ‘lift the latch, open the door, step right in, and take the floor’, ballroom of romance, 1930s, 40s, 50s,
‘centres of excellence’, ‘crystal’, accordion, fiddle, drummer, piano, platform dancing, crossroads, city, country, Lenaghmore,
Togher, Commons, Fair Hill, Na Piarsaigh Club House, 1960s, towns, villages, show bands, latest hits, brylcream, corporation hair oil,
water, drainpipe suits, waltzed, tangoed, foxtrotted, Dolly Butler, Maurice Mulcahy, Michael O’Callaghan, Mick Delahunty, dance
floor, ‘are ye dancing’, Middle Parish, St Francis Hall, Sheare’s Street; Victoria Palace, Victoria Cross, The Ring, Mardyke, The West,
Merchants Quay, The Gresham, Maylor Street, The Regal, Patrick Street, The Works, Grattan Street, The Great Hall, South Mall, Palm
court, Oliver Plunkett Street, Thomas Ashe Hall, The Carpenters Hall, The AOH Hall, Ancient Order of Hibernians, Fr Mathew Quay,
The Island Room, Moore’s Hotel, Morrison’s, Island, Buddy Macs, Union Quay, The Stardust, Grand Parade, McCurtain Hall, The
Pearl and The Crystal, The Ben Hur, Elwoods, The Band Room, Glen boxing Club, Carmichael’s, The Arcadia, The Oil Refinery,
Sarsfield Club, Brian Dillons, The Bellview, Delaneys’ Hurling and Football Club, Southside, Redmond’s, St Nicholas Club, The lee Boat
Club, The Cork boat Club, Reds and Whites, St Columbas Hall, Fr O’Leary’s, Flower Lodge, favourite venues, Majorca, Crosshaven,
Emer Ballroom, Blarney, Pinewood, Glenville, The Showboat and The Redbarn, Youghall, The Lilac, Enniskeane, The Nano Nagle Hall,
Evergreen Street, The blue Dragon, Kilworth, The Edel Quinn Hall, The Majestic, Mallow, alcohol free
Images Description:
Admission Ticket, Arcadia Ballroom
Image page:
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Photographer:
Images Description:
Images Description:
The Showboat Ballroom in Youghal, East Cork
Image page:
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Photographer:
Photographer:
Admission Ticket, Glanmire Farmers’
Association
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Courtesy of Cork City and
County Archives 1948
Laim O h-Uigin collection
Courtesy of Cork City and
County Archives 1948
Catalogue No.: 199
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2009
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Year:
Sound Excerpts
Article Title:
Author: From the NFP Sound Archive
Page No.: 14
Superstitions, beliefs, Theresa Toussifer, cats, washes, ear, circular, rain, journey, meowing, clawing, unlucky, accident, work, psychic
Keywords:
readings, fortune telling, psychic energies, black cats, evil, dark, burnt, tortured, destroyed, good luck, good fortune, abundance,
money, health, good friends, protective, raining cats and dogs, streets, narrow, dirty, poor drainage, storms, flooded, cats’ cradle,
game, eastern European, fertility, pregnancy, Madeline O’Higgins, Moses basket, cot deaths, graveyard, funeral home, bad luck,
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pregnancy, Bread Barry, bingo, right chair, win, jinxes, marking, book, Josie Horgan, funeral traditions, died, sheets, pinch, snuff,
hearse, night, Church, horses, Queens’ coach, coffin, body, washed, water, black soap, blinds, black drape, door, silence, wireless,
keening, Noreen Geaney, Halloween, terrified, dead, sleep, night, noise, kitchen, Isabelle Sheridan, France, La Toussaint, Saints day,
religious, cemetery, dedicate, tombs, Tina Noonan, Chrissie Corcoran, frightened, daylights, screaming, black bag, barn brack, ring,
married, stick, rag, Willy Good, fairies, banshee, Life Journeys, match, fairy wind, Sigaoith, whip up, suddenly, silent, whirlwind,
ditch, headland, fairy fort, Sunset Ridge Hotel, Inchelcoman Road, Sweeneys Hill, Rathpeacon School, ailments, boreens, lanes,
howling, crying, woman, Liam Foley, supernatural, Lent, clergy, rural, devil’s music, hysteria, cloven feet, Blue Room, strange, gusts
of wind, Peter Prendergast, investigate, Eibhlis De Barras, ring fort, bread, despair, strange, fairies, wish, baby, gold, blind
Images Description:
People trying their luck at Neptune Bingo, Cork
Image page:
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Photographer:
Images Description:
Children ready for trick or treating with masks,
costumes, bags for sweets etc, Ard Bhaile,
Mayfield
Image page:
15
Photographer:
Shane David Walsh, NFP
Archive
NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 200
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2009
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Year:
Craft of the Cobbler
Article Title:
Author: Paul O’Sullivan
Page No.: 16
Dillon’s Cross, craft, superstition, new shoes, table, cobbler, children, repair, habit, tradition, Saturday night, clean, polish, Sunday
Keywords:
Mass, working, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, modern machinery, hand tools, bends of leather, stitching machines, glues, strength, dust,
artful craft, Historically, retail, shoelaces, insoles, heel grips, sale, products, key cutting, economy, customers, Fred Rea, 1940s,
Vincent Rea, Blarney Street, Eddie Rea, Blackpool, Northside, Bootmaker Kings, The Green Gardens
Images Description:
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Handing on the tradition – from father to son,
Paul O’Sullivan with his son Ciaran
Gerry Rea, holding a boot raised by eleven
inches July 2008
Alexander and Elizabeth Rea in Blarney Street,
Cork
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Photographer:
Linda O’Sullivan
Image page:
16
Photographer:
Paul O’Sullivan
Image page:
16
Photographer:
Family collection of Fred
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Catalogue No.: 201
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2009
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Year:
Memories of School Slang
Article Title:
Author: Pádraig Ó Maoláin
Page No.: 17
North Monastery, North Mon, Christian Brothers, yard, classrooms, Farranree, slang, throwaway words, dialect, spondulicks, bobs,
Keywords:
grade or moolah, the berries, deadly, savage, A One, sound, sound as a pound, sound out, ticket, card, a gowl, a spa, a wally, a
gobdraw, a lang-ball, a prat, a tool, latch, waster, no-daw, crabbit, snaky, slimy, dodgy, wide, doggy-wide, dishonesty, claim, dawk,
batin, smack, puck, funt, clout, or bop, head butt, up the hole, subtle meanings, sconce, goo, gawk, gander, bash, gary, lunchtime,
rituals, Hurley’s Shop, Fairhill, gudge, Chester cake, bum the ucks, beg the core, Lenihans sweet factory, brus, boiled sweets, glassie
alleys, conkers, lion, on the hop, on the lang, skipping school, on the ball, on the doss, on their owney oh, exaggeration, massive,
ginormous, doonchie, twincy or tweench weenchy, split open, pumping, broken in bits, smashed to pieces, smithereens, killed stone
dead, killed out right, killed dead, homework, ekka, bazzer, beor, sham, fiend, a lu-la, mental, stone mad, spacer, an ould doll,
smallies, shades, cogging, origins of words, Irish, French, Old English, Shelta, Travellers language, linguistic tradition, correct, proper
words, identity, pride, confidence, Chalk it down
Images Description:
North Monastery Confirmation clas 1B with
Donal Hurley, 1981
Image page:
17
Photographer:
Courtesy of Pádraig Ó
Maoláin
Catalogue No.: 202
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2009
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Year:
Away with the Fairies
Article Title:
Author: Jenny Butler
Page No.: 18
Fairy, anglicised, faerie, French, enchantment, English language, thirteenth century, Fairy lore, belief, creatures, ancient,
Keywords:
antediluvian, indigenous, religions, Christianity, Celtic mythology, sí, belief, fear, listening, discussed, seen, na daoine maithe, the
good people, na daoine uaisle, the noble people, respect, folklore, mystical beings, human form, spirits, plane, human race, motifis ,
legends, manifest, no blood, height, child, the little people, the wee folk, neighbours, fellow inhabitants, landscape, natural, home of
fairies, otherworld, realm, fairy places, lone bush, tree, Whitethorn, fairy thorn, prehistoric burial tumuli, earthworks, old dwellings,
ringforts, man made, raths, hillocks, hollow hills, hidden entrances, secret doors, mounds, kingdom, trooping fairies, W B Yeats,
fairy paths, slua sí, whirlwind, an sídhe gaoithe, unlucky, inauspicious, inhabitants, disruption, noise, occurrences, sickness, death,
ill fortune, revenge, damage, livestock, animals, elf shot, fairy stroke, fairy dart, protections, aggression, urine, changelings,
safeguards, spade, iron object, metal, child, fending off, danger, butterfly winged, Tinkerbell, Peter Pan, scary, menacing, creature
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‘My lost little one’
Image page:
18
Photographer:
art installation, ‘The Loam
Bush, Marie Brett, Sirius
Arts Centre
Catalogue No.: 203
13
2009
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Year:
Pub Trades of Old Cork
Article Title:
Author: Richard T Cooke
Page No.: 19
Cork Archives Institute, Cork City & County Archives, information, distilleries, breweries, alcohol, ledgers, journals, diaries, account
Keywords:
th
th
books, cash books, stout, ale, spirit, books, correspondence, socio-economic, 18 century, 19 century, Mr Ladd, Beamish &
Crawford, sale, local taverns, 1884, ale, winter, summer, drink, customers, Stillion, casks, vats, agents, reckless, Cork, cash, debt,
houses, draught porter, class, Patrick Street, Barrack Street, gallon, flavour, bottled stout, condition, public, sales, Guinness, 2d,
price, Southside, men, markets, Bandon Road, 1641, The Sign of the George, The Royal Oak, The Three Mariners, The White Horse,
The Cloth-Workers Arms, The Red Cow, The Golden Anchor, The Crown, The Angel, walled city, Mallow Lane, Shandon Street, The
King’s Head, The Star, The Swan, The Mitre, intemperance, immense proportions, 1838, Father Mathew Temperance Movement,
patience, persistence, The Pledge, 1787, The Brunswick Tavern, The Swan and Badger, The Sword and Wheat Sheaf, The Brazen
Head Tavern, The Golden Bottle, The Whiskey Warehouse, The Phoenix, Exchange, Castle Street
Images Description: The Coach House, Barrack Street, 1702
Image page: 19
Photographer: Shane David Walsh, NFP
Archive
Catalogue No.: 204
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2009
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Year:
The Yellow House
Article Title:
Author: Billy McCarthy
Page No.: 20
Haunted houses, spectral apparitions, ghost stories, youth, winter nights, older people, phenomena, ghoulish noises, black dog, old
Keywords:
hag, west Cork, water, well, afterlife, late, tales, pooka, banshee, wailing weirdoes, Quaker Road, yellow, bread van, kitchen, ground
floor, quiet of the night, shattered, disturbing racket, tongs, poker, gadgets, crashing, thrown violently, phenomenon, god fearing,
suffering souls in purgatory, happenings, 1920s, tenement building, five buildings, trouble, tragedy, vibrations, supernatural world,
Quaker’s burial ground, St John’s Graveyard, Graveyard Lane, ancient burial ground, strange, old man, fear, mystery caller, soft hat,
1978, family gathering, playing cards, man in bedroom, memory, taken ill, lady, cuddled in her arms, grandmother
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Images Description:
Paternal grandmother of Billy McCarthy
Image page:
20
Photographer:
Courtesy of Billy McCarthy
Catalogue No.: 205
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2009
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Year:
Weddings – Traditions and Superstitions
Article Title:
Author: Orla Mangan
Page No.: 21
Joyous, occasion, Saturday, week, May, June, bride, white wedding dress, purity, ivory, cream, champagne, colour, veil, evil, spirits,
Keywords:
bridesmaids, harm, ‘always the bridesmaid, never a bride’, Easter Monday, 1962, wedding ceremony, guests, silver, headdress,
flower, suit, cravat, best man, bouquet, flower girls, page boys, ushers, giving away, organist, church, ceremony, reception, Imperial
Hotel, Cork, speeches, meal, wedding cake, starter, main course, dessert, band, danced, memories, married life
Images Description:
Paul and Noreen Mangan on their wedding day.
Image page:
21
Photographer:
Courtesy of Orla Mangan
Catalogue No.: 206
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2009
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Year:
From Cork to the Canadian Arctic
Article Title:
Author: Patricia O’Neill
Page No.: 21
Intrepid traveller, Canadian Arctic, adventure, Northside grandfather, John Morrogh, Roman Street, Kimberley, south Africa,
Keywords:
founding director of De Beers Consolidated mines, goal, polar bears, Churchill, Hudson Bay, flights, Cork, London, Toronto,
Winnipeg, Churchill, Christmas Card, motel, deep snow, Tundra, buggy, habitat, ice, snow, sledding, woods, adventure, tour, guide,
David Hatch, Robert Taylor, photographer, October, mid-November, certificates, Arctic traveller, Doing a mile on a dog sled, young,
old, pack, thermal, waterproof, fleece, cap, Polaroid glasses, boots
Images Description: Patricia, on sled in Churchill Woods
Image page: 21
Photographer: Laila North
Images Description:
Patricia showing copy of The Archive on trip to
Arctic Tundra
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Photographer:
Laila North
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A Bird’s Eye view of Superstition
Author:
Shane David Walsh
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World, cultures, histories, folklore, birds, superstitious, credulous belief, imperial Rome, ancient Egypt, religious text, avian, myths,
Celtic Ireland, stories, ornithological, natural, unusual phenomena, signs, omens, events, experiences, civilisations, heavenly
afterlife, fly, carriers, soul, unknown, Wright brothers, scientists, Galileo, Einstein, sky, robin, Ruddock, dwelling, die, soul, mortal
shores, red-breasted, plumage, crucifixion of Jesus Christ, pity, suffering, pecking, thorns, mock crown, blood, yellow bunting, three
o’clock, afternoon, church, prayers, purgatory, Linnet, lamentation, tortured souls, spirit world, Hedge warbler, messenger from the
afterlife, voices of babies, mollify grief and heartbreak, mother’s suffering, The Raven, Grey Wagtail, satanic superstitions, gather at
house, cawing, death, raven, bird of Satan, misfortune, misery, killer, grave, childhood, magpies, sorrow, joy, girl, boy, silver, gold,
secret, Christianity, Norse, sexual union, Romans, pleasure, Bacchus, Chinese, marital bliss, 1676, Count Wexford, sorrow, Hooded
crow, Badbh, Celtic goddess of battle, harbinger of death, Moytura, warring factions, guise, inciting warriors, blood thirsty, physical
life, Mother Nature, Morrigan, Raven Woman, carrion, slaughter, mayhem, misfortune, wren, innocent, maligned, hunting,
capturing, killing, St Stephen’s Day, festivities, Druids, sacred bird, winter, over, Irish soldiers, Cromwellian, Williamite, strategic,
drums, malicious, percussionists, Cork, southern counties, Mayor, Richard Dowden, 1845, sheer cruelty, October 1621, Samuel
Pepys, diarist, ‘A battle of birds’, war, starlings, 7 October 1621, stares, multitude, thousands, armies, avian civil war, nine o’clock, 12
October 1621, aerial battle, death, late evening, wounded birds, raining down, streets, Gravesend, Woolwich, London, Monday,
terrible, frightening, seventeenth-century, screeching, screaming, murder, typhus, plague, dysentery, superstition, warfare,
Jacobean commentators, Friday 31 May 1622, fire city, fateful, dark, ominous, clouds, Thunder, lightning bolts, ferocity, igniting,
wooden, thatched buildings, widespread panic, inferno, sanctuary, destroyed, Nicholas Bourne, God’s wrath, sinful inhabitants,
Sodom, Gomorrah, vice, wickedness, The Lamentable Burning of Cork’, Fermoy, 2 November 1930, 10,000 starlings, rooks, 11
November 1930, defeat, reinforcements, retreat, rational, scientific, credulous, blind faith, beliefs, cultures, foretell, swans, Children
of Lir, bittern, behaviour, literature, rural eccentricities, folkloric
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The Hooded Crow
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The Starling
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Opera on the Banks of The Lee
Article Title:
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Page No.:
Author:
Geraldine Healy
Shane David Walsh, NFP
archive
Shane David Walsh, NFP
archive
Year:
Page No.:
2009
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Toreador’s song, Georges Bizet, Carmen, tape recorders, recording tape, Sigmund Romberg, The Student Prince, homes, theatres,
musical fare, opera, all classes of society, 12 December 1955, opera house, engulfed in flames, heavy rain, Christmas pantomime,
Sleeping Beauty, Photographs, ruination, inferno, timber, fatalities, burning of Cork, 1920, civil war, quays, demise, bereavement,
one hundred years, devastation, mid nineteenth century, 29 January 1855, Athenaeum, Sir John Benson, Nelson Place, Emmet Place,
benefit concert, Cork blind asylum, City Hall, 1852 National Exhibition, trustees, Royal Cork Institution, Richard T Cooke, Cork
historian, ‘My home by the Lee’, Alicia St Ledger, Melodies and Memories, £6,000, Athenaeum, 1858, Charles Dickens, spellbound
audiences, January 1885, Charles Stewart Parnell, ‘No man has the right to fix the boundary of the march of a nation; no man has a
right to say to his country – thus far shalt thou go and no further’, Munster Hall, 17 September 1877, newly refurbished, Cork Opera
House Company, electrical amplification, acoustics, sumptuous private boxes, balcony, stalls, orchestra, pit, circle, auditorium, gold
ornamentation, curtains, gas sun burner, Gilbert and Sullivan, HMS Pinafore, 19 January 1880, Military Hill, Pinafore Villas, posters,
pub, Sean O’Faolain, opera folk, Cobh, Queenstown, D’Oyly Carte, Colonel J H Mapleston’s Royal Italian Opera Company, railway
station, horses, carriages, Victoria Hotel, Patrick Street, polished singers, stage, Finbarr Wright, operatic trio, The Irish Tenors,
Beniamino Gigli, arias, songs, encores, glamour, style, rotunda saloon, refreshments, formal dress, show, seats, social event, lights,
The Carla Rosa Company, Puccini La Boheme, Madame Butterfly, The Tales of Hoffman, Verdi Rigoletto, Wagner, The flying
Dutchman, Mascagni Cavalleria Rusticana, Leoncavallo Pagliacci, Gounod, Faust, The Cork Operatic Society, The Gondoliers, World
War 2, 1939, The Cork Grand Operatic Society, La Traviata, The Belle of New York, 23 February 1963, Lord Mayor Sean Casey TD, 21
June 1963
Images Description: View of Cork Opera House, c. 1857
Image page: 24
Photographer: Courtesy of Crawford
Municipal Art Gallery
Cork
Opera
House
24
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Archives
The
new
Cork
Opera
House
24
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Image page:
Photographer: Shane David Walsh, NFP
Archive
Images Description: Interior of the Old Cork Opera House
Image page: 25
Photographer: Cork City & County
Archives
Keywords:
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2009
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Year:
Letters to the editor
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 26
Michael Holland, University Curator, Queen Victoria, Queens college, Main Quadrangle, college traditions, The Quad, Library,
Keywords:
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terrazzo, roundel, Archway, Office Chief Herald, Dublin, conferring, Stone corridor, Dillon’s Cross, New South Wales, Australia, Nebo
Avenue, Gurranabraher, CBS blarney Street, North Monastery School, Fitzgeralds’ park, Western Rd, The Assembs, the Pav, the
Capitol, The Savoy, Shandon, messenger boy, tank bikes, basket, Ned Nagle, butcher, Denis Desmond, organ player, Patrician
Academy, Mallow
Images Description: The roundel, UCC
Image page: 26
Photographer: Marie Annick
Desplanques, NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 210
13
2009
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Book Reviews
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 27
Dwyers of Cork, Washington, economic, political, social, successful, company, nationalism, Terence McSweeney, William Dwyer,
Keywords:
Sunbeam Wolsey, Millfield, Mallow Road, William Dunlea, The voice of Erin, tenor, Blackpool, Fr O’Flynn, the Loft Theatre, Radio
Eireann, Tress, 1939, John McCormack, Atlantic, Glen Rovers GAA, road bowling, Carnegie Hall, souvenir, Laneways of Medieval
Cork, Gina Johnson, Cork City Council, 2008 scholarly, ambitious, historians, archaeologists, familial associations, laneways, research,
academic, cartography, semantics
Images Description: Iron map of medieval laneways, North Main
Image page: 27
Photographer: Shane David Walsh
Street
Catalogue No.: 211
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Year:
The
Urban
Landscape
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.:
William Beamish, William Crawford, Southgate Bridge, 1500s, era, six centuries, Heineken, jobs
Keywords:
Images Description: Beamish & Crawford, South Main Street
Image page: 28
Photographer: Marie Annick
Images Description:
103
French’s Quay of Beamish & Crawford’s
industrial area
Image page:
28
Photographer:
2009
28
Desplanques, NFP Archive
Shane David Walsh, NFP
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Catalogue No.: 212
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Photograph & A Story
Article Title:
Stuck, lift, County Hall
Keywords:
Images Description: Lift 666
Author:
Marie-Annick Desplanques
Image page:
2
Photographer:
Year:
Page No.:
2009
2
Marie-Annick
Desplanques, NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 213
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2010
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Washbrew Lane
Article Title:
Author: Jim McKeon
Page No.: 3
Fair Hill, Fahey’s Well, Kingston’s Farm, playground, simplicity, happiness, uncertainty, poverty, ignorance, religion, Jeyes fluid,
Keywords:
beagles, bowl players, innocence, TB, polio, fleas, DDT, birdcage, dogs, cats, pigeons, goats, canaries, pigs, children, Lady Poverty,
jobs, money, education, Pakey Holland, Josher Walsh, Richie Boy, Lizzie Maloney, Spud Murphy, Annie Doyle, Hada O’Callaghan,
Guy, Porridge Lynch, Maggie Webb, Agoo Murphy, car, Spartan, humour, initiative, welfare, cards, Cal Murphy, dancehall, boxing
club, kick the can, spin the carrot, kiss and torture, kiss, well, Fahey’s Well, buckets of water, Corpus Christi, Celia Hurley, North
Cathedral, mangel, beetroot, nettles, hurling, rugby, soccer, ‘Bonties’, stream, potato plots, families, horses, graze, cowboys,
demolished, 1956, North Link Road, 43 years, rocks, Ireland, strings, wires, goal, cup final, Croke Park, Wembley, Olympics, relics,
headstones, tripe, Drisheen, shawls, unfulfilled dreams
Images Description:
Children in Farranferris, Cork, 1998
Image page:
3
Photographer:
Augusta McDermott, NFP
Archive
Catalogue No.: 214
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2010
The Archive – Issue No.:
Year:
Urban Landscape
Article Title:
Author: Robert Power
Page No.: 4
Urban exploration, derelict areas, culture, popularity, activity, obscure, recognised pursuit, online communities, difficulty, dirty,
Keywords:
fraught, personal risk, hostility, trespassing, explorers, arrest, prosecution, internet, urban, forums, blogs, abandoned, industrial,
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utility tunnels, storm drains, mines, abandoned hospitals, factories, public houses, 19th and 20th century institutional buildings,
spacious interiors, big houses, stone castles, landed gentry, architectural grandeur, neglect, targets, Jeff Chapman, Infiltration,
Access all Areas, North America, ‘Ninjalicious’, zones, cityscape, guides, stealth, concealment, social engineering, ethics, creditability
prop, device, uniform, equipment, suspicion, Veronica Davidov, blog, material world, San Francisco Suicide Club, Surrealism,
Dadaism, counter culture, Cacophony club, anarchic, arts, mass gatherings, public, Discovery Channel, MTV, profile, urbexers, media
coverage, vandalism, restricted access, Authorities, vandals, graffiti artists, ideology, pictures, footprints, The Sierra Club, tags,
decay, record, forgotten, photography, amateur, professional, expos, trips, group, use, abandonment, location, haunts, discussion,
communication, status, knowledge, exchanges, voluntary groups, rules, social ties, codes of cyber-etiquette, hot spots, medieval
mines, catacombs of Paris, 200 miles, ‘cataphiles’, subterranean, underground cinema, bar, kitchen, cavern, vastness, undisturbed,
industrial, military facilities, USSR territory, holy grail, abandoned towns, Russian Arctic circle, privatisation, discovery, clandestine,
cityscape, documentation
Images Description:
Interior images of undisclosed locations
Image page:
4
Photographer:
Author
Catalogue No.: 215
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2010
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Year:
The Auxiliary Fire Service in Cork 1939-1945
Article Title:
Author: Pat Poland
Page No.: 6
1938, British Home Office, Colonel Guy Symonds, Irish Government, Civil Defence, fire protection, war clouds, Europe, Spanish Civil
Keywords:
War, Spanish, Lutwaffe, World War Two, incendiary, explosive, Air Raid Precautions Scheme, Chief Officer, Dublin Fire Brigade,
Major Comerford, England, 1939, gas masks, air raid shelters, underground shelters, Hitler, Russia, danger, invasion, Auxiliary Fire
Service, (AFS), fire brigades, Cork Fire Brigade, emergency, recruits, volunteered, training, Friary Hall, Blackamoor Lane, Sullivan’s
Qualy Fire Station, Apostle of Temperance, Father Mathew, Capuchin Chapel, AFS, South Lee, North Lee, District Officer, Messrs
McInerney, Pat Poland, North, Chief Officer, Liam Monaghan, ARP hat, Commandant, garage, Victoria Road, Turner’s Cross, Glasheen
Road, Lower Glanmire Road, Harbour Commissioners, St Luke’s, Mulgrave Road, Wolfe Tone St, Gurranabraher Road, The hut, trailer
fire pumps, Department of Defence, Beresford-Stork, Apex, Sulzer, Tangye, fire engines, Hive Iron Works, Hanover Street, Mr
William Twitchett, Managing Director, Eagle Printing Company, South Mall, ‘Eagle Cup’, Cold War, Sean Kennefick, dances, socials,
quizzes, romances, marriages, Moore’s Hotel, ‘Old Boys’, watch room, operation, Civil Defence Control Rooms, Jack Crowley, first
aid, clerical duties, Washington Street, O’Hea’s Garage, McCurtain Street, AFS ladies, Warden, Rescue & Demolition, The Red Cross,
St John’s Ambulance Brigade, Grant’s Department Store, Grand Parade, 1942, ‘standing down’, civilian use, pumps, equipment,
Dobbin’s, 1960s, Taoiseach, Eamon de Valera, Radio Eireann, gratitude, Army, Marine Service, Auxiliary Defence organisations,
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national effort, Merchant Marine, perils, ocean, Great Fires of Cork,
Images
Description:
Images
Description:
Images
Description:
The Heavy Pumping Unit
Image page:
6
Photographer:
Pat Poland
Training manuals for the Auxiliary Fire Service
Image page:
6
Photographer:
Pat Poland
Turner’s Cross AFS station party
Image page:
7
Photographer:
Pat Poland
Catalogue No.: 216
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2010
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Year:
The Handing Down of ‘Dr Gilbert’s’
Article Title:
Author: Gráinne McGee
Page No.: 8
Oral transmission, Irish traditional music, Clancy Brothers, Tommy Makem, tin whistle, Comhaltas, wren, St Stephen’s day, sister,
Keywords:
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Description:
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fiddle, concertina, session, bodhràn, spoons, practised, cumbersome, fingers, fingerboard, tone, note, yellow duct tape, strips,
creaking, screeching, tantrums, bum notes, ABC format, teaching music, time, sheet music, classically trained, tape recorders,
minidisks, instrument, musicians, repetitive listening, melody, played, pick, ‘by ear’, tradition, tunes, teacher, pupil, summer cottage,
Co Clare, Michael Downes, oral tradition, Martin ‘Scully’ Casey, Junior Crehan, Bobby Casey, hearth, tea, Doctor Gilbert, reel,
ornamentation, technique, version, bowing, parts, deaf, difficult, set dancing, locality, ‘scutching’, respect, timing, name, titles, Poll
an Madra Uisce, Water Dog’s Hole, Mammy’s Pet, Hurry the Jug, the Great Grathspey, Colonel Fraser, stories, recorders, field, road,
fairy music, lime truck driver, instrument, stamping, rhythm, sadness, past,
Going on the wren, St. Stephen’s Day
Grainne McGee
Image page: 8
Photographer:
Michael Downes
Image page:
8
Photographer:
Grainne McGee
Grainne McGee, with sister and Michael
Downes, Clancy’s Bar, Milton Malbay
Image page:
9
Photographer:
Grainne McGee
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Catalogue No.: 217
14
2010
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Year:
The Demise of the Blackpool Weavers
Article Title:
Author: Breda Sheehan
Page No.: 10
Irish history, recession, Celtic Tiger, prosperity, uncertainty, economic, early nineteenth century, Edward Donegan, 1787, industrial
Keywords:
boom, late eighteenth century, reader, well education, Act of Union, 1800, unemployed worker, cotton weaver, severe distress,
demonstration, industry, social activist, Poor Law Enquiry Committee, 1836, working classes, population, plentiful, textile industry,
Blarney, weaving, winding, spinning, calico, printing, paper making, northern suburbs, lace making, employment, women, Blarney
Lane, knitting, stockings, homes, livelihood, industry, weaving, woollen, worsted, frames, David Dickson, looms, business
community, economic growth, protective tariffs, 1825, importation, cheap, higher quality cloth, mechanised, industrial, England,
devastating effect, Blackpool, Watercourse, factories, closed, destitution, textile workers, march, plight, May 26, churches, Mansion
House, Mercy Hospital, Mayor Thomas Harrison, assistance, Sheriff Spearing, Peace Officers, forlorn state, foolishness, resisted,
scuffle, reinforcements, Tuckey Street Guard, ragged procession, elite, relief fund, appeal, voluntary contributions, wealthy citizens,
chronic distress, public funds, public works schemes, 1826, Martin Mahoney, road construction, manufacturer, unhealthy,
sanitation, water supply, disease, rampant, Typhus, cholera, 1817, 1822, 1832, devastating, standard of living, distressed, St Mary’s
parish, Shandon, mass emigration, decimated, public meeting, English imports, textiles, candles, soaps, tacks, hemp, food shortages,
grain, meal, salt livestock, ‘buy Irish’, local manufacturing, labour force, hunger, despair, House of Industry, served, asylum,
correction, coopers, carpenters, smiths, nailers, stonecutters, petition, peaceful group, congregated, starving, assisted emigration,
temporary employment, public works schemes, whitewashing, dwelling houses, improving, repairing roads, sewers, watercourses,
quays, casual employment, scarce, meat, cheap, Blackpool Weavers Association, financial assistance, Mahony’s of Blarney, Blarney
tweeds, English weavers, workforce, aftermath, great famine, hardship
Images Description: James Brenan (1837-1904), details from
Image page: 10
Photographer: Crawford Art Gallery
Patchwork (1891)
Images Description: Hand loom in Blarney Woollen Mills
Image page: 11
Photographer: Breda Sheehan, NFP
Archive
Catalogue No.: 218
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2010
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Year:
Gaming in Cork
Article Title:
Author: Gearόid O’Donnell
Page No.: 12
Gaming, jumble sale, Hero Quest, adventurers, dungeon, evil creatures, riches, magical items, Snakes and Ladders, board gaming,
Keywords:
war gaming, card gaming, role playing, Gamers, male, archetypal, under 45, science fiction, fantasy, sci-fi, Monopoly, Risk, Cluedo,
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board games, squads, metal, plastic figurines, combat, dice, victorious, Warhammer Fantasy, historical, activities, Dungeons and
Dragons, improvised radio drama, game master, narrator, setting, scene, antagonists, minor roles, protagonists, group members,
adventure, dice rolls, horror, campaign, years, week, Traveller, Vampire, sociable, UCC, WARPS, books, films, Culture, Iain M Banks,
stories, folklore, Boole library, Campu8s security, society, Chairman, Auditor, Wargaming Association of Cork, WAC, Rebel Alliance,
gaming conventions, major city, Ireland, Britain, Europe, America, Q-con, Gaelcon, Warpcon, January, Charity Auction, memorabilia,
Heaven, Hell, suspense, betrayal, shocking revelations, shady backroom dealings, political fighting, exciting, travel, world, limitation,
imagination, experience, others
Images Description: Warpcon, 2010
Image page: 12
Photographer: Gearόid O’Donnell
Images Description:
Two combatants in Shuuro, Warpcon 2010
Image page:
13
Photographer:
Gearόid O’Donnell
Catalogue No.: 219
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2010
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Year:
Memory Dress – A Public Art Project
Article Title:
Author: Marie Brett
Page No.: 13
Public art project, dress, cultural symbol, personal, significance, St Finbarr’s Hospital, Cork, Charlotte Donovan, staff, patients,
Keywords:
visitors, stories, memories, artworks, seamstress, sewing hall, tiny dresses, still born babies, hospital, project, amazing, stories,
community, cherished, chilling, lost, found, The Lost Children, laundry, infamous, Magdalene Laundries, psychic, psychometric
readings, gowns, narrative, generations, ceremonial, rites of passage, symbolism, collective pieces, Triskel Arts Centre, Memory
Dress, The Arts Council, CREATE, The Health Service Executive, Southern Region, Marie Brett, West Cork, artist, social memory,
internationally, research, collaboration, charms, amulets, babies
Images Description: 3 dresses – Artists Book
Image page: 13
Photographer: Marie Brett
Images Description:
The Lost Children – Installation photograph
Image page:
13
Photographer
Charlotte Dovonan
Catalogue No.: 220
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2010
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Year:
Sound Excerpts
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 14
North Infirmary Hospital, Maldron Hotel, Frameworks Films, Cork Community Television, Sound and Vision, material, permanent
Keywords:
archive, Dr Carol Dundon, doctor, grandfather, burning of Cork, Patrick Street, martial law, curfew, passes, trauma, enormous
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workload, times, dangerous, dramatic, surgeons, nurses, nuns, doctors, reserves, mental, physical, hospital work, difficult periods,
Irish History, gaslight, patients, beds, shadows, walls, pipes, Shandon bells, atmosphere, operating, theatre, tourists, play endlessly,
love, sound, Vatican II, leniency, cinema, Old Savoy, disturbance, headdresses, North Infirmary Nuns, coronet, starched, every night,
brass gong, strike, surgeons entered, order of seniority, Kathleen Lynch, Northside, experience, relation dying, parcel, community,
employer, safety net, permanent employment, good service, pay, couldn’t pay, nuns, extraordinary, dedicated, lives, serving,
forgotten, Padraig Kelleher, former worker, generation, employment, holidays, sisters, sons, mothers, replacement work, summer,
staff, older, ill, connections, wards, nurses, social enclave, community, vibrant, service, family, sub culture, river, identity, closed,
psychological, crossing the river, Jim McKeon, local historian, The Cork Shakespearian Company, 1924, Fr O’Flynn, plays, flat roof,
month, year, well known actors, parents, appeared, natural theatre, over looking city, chairs, thirties, forties, way before time, funny
stories, Con O’Leary, woman, unconscious, die, word, family, England, life support, bishop, plug, starving, bowl of soup, close friend,
sadness, 1987, twenty two years ago, thousand people, candles, darkness, symbolically, lights out, floor by floor, Mrs Murphy,
ambulance, removed, Christy Kelleher, long term worker, shy, confidence, doctors, nurses, nicest people, outlook on life, Sunday,
thanks, memories, happy years
Images Description:
Images Description:
North Infirmary X Ray Department
The North Infirmary Memorial Buildings
Image page:
Image page:
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15
Photographer:
Photographer:
Michael Lenihan
Michael Daly, NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 221
14
2010
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Year:
The Popular Pastime of Card Playing
Article Title:
Author: Dr Margaret Humphreys
Page No.: 16
Seventeenth century, John Dunton, Englishman, card playing, rural people, era, illiterate, socially dependent, diversion, winter
Keywords:
nights, amusement, story telling, gossiping, house dances, free houses, custom, family circles, young and old, gathering, kitchen
table, stool, recreation, game, onlookers, familiar, complicated, majority, adults, rules, customary, younger children, ‘snap’, ‘beggar
me neighbour’, swiftness, skill, win, cultivate, interest, school term, social past time, traditional times, men folk, local public house,
venue, women, competing for prizes, turkeys, hams, biscuits, Christmas, Card Parties, 1930s, 1940s, invited guests, winter months,
Elaborate, hosting, banned, disputes, tension, relatives, neighbours, rivalry, supper, housekeeping, hostess, Catholic clergy, frowned,
recreational pursuits, ritually burnt, Shrove Tuesday, tempted, forty five, one hundred and ten, popular, southern Ireland, twenty
five, West, distinctive rules, core regulations, countryside, uniformity, objective, criteria, success, quality, hand, trump cards, tricks,
diamonds, hearts, clubs, spades, Picture cards, King, Queen, Knave, Ace, cutting for a deal, reneged, robbing, challenged, re dealt,
replayed, popularity, community halls, public bards, week nights, local newspapers, cooperative, partners, shared stake, four, six,
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scores, players, count, jargon, thirty, two halves, luck, game, turning one’s cap, coat, change luck, beliefs, symbols, fortune, seats,
partners, lucky, unlucky, entrance fee, prize, incentive, standard, achievement, triumphing, errors of judgment, concentration,
experience, attitude, post mortem, strategies, tokens, signals, offending, rules, fair playing, tea, sandwiches, husbands, spouses,
customary partnerships, celebratory night, party type, local band, bridge, poker, on line, loneliness, isolation, phenomenon, solitary
nature, changing ideology, sitting round the fire, contemporary life, rural Ireland
Images Description: Scholarly research in the NFP office
Image page: 16
Photographer: Michael Daly, NFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 222
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2010
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Year:
Childhood Days Gone By
Article Title:
Author: Geraldine Healy
Page No.: 18
1960s, Cork city, Western Road, boundary limits, neighbourhood, families, renting flats, memories, parents, sister, rooms, furniture,
Keywords:
Dickensian, games, sturdy, birthday parties, childhood games, school, homework, dolls, Lee Fields, Lee Valley, swan, Our Lady’s
Hospital, river bank, centre of town, Clocan Barra Nefa, hazardous, bus, double Decker, vehicles, stairs, protected, smoked, upstairs,
Grocery shop, sweets, ice cream fridge, dog, cat, Patsy, cocker spaniel, No 8 bus, Altars, Our Lady, churches, Ss. Peter and Paul,
candles, holy souls, faith, maritime, radio officer, sea, South Chapel, Grace de Courcey, Dunbar Street, 1952, Glasgow, train,
Youghal, Music, lyric tenor, opera airs, Richard Tauber, Sigmund Romberg, Verdi’s La Donne e mobile, Questa o quella, St Brigid’s
School, Mardyke, Miss O’Callaghan, university gates, sheltered, embroidery, Christmas tests, free, Lemons, rasa, crib decorated,
festive, toys, selection, tea sets, jumping rabbit, pandas, teddy bears, dolls, money, ten shilling notes, St Stephen’s Day, wren boys,
Variety stores, Daunt Square, bubbles, mechanical mice, pee wee dolls, scraps, girls, flowers, comical characters, Noddy, angel
scraps, pages of books, exchanged, collection, May, Ford Anglia,, seaside, picnic, stove, methylated spirits, tea, First Holy
Communion, Queen’s Old Castle, Grand Parade, sixpenny bit, Miss Moloney, banquet, photograph, Library, stone building, celtic
motifs, Peter the Hermit, Godfrey of Bouillon, Washington Street, Sense and Sensibility, elegant, courtesy, shop assistants, Munster
Arcade, Cash’s, Penney’s, clothes, haberdashery,
Images Description: Geraldine Healy, First Holy Communion, 1963
Image page: 18
Photographer: Courtesy of author
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Geraldine Healy, seated outside Aunty May’s
shop
St Brigid’s School, Mardyke
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Photographer:
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19
Photographer
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Catalogue No.: 223
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Year:
One More for the Road
Article Title:
Author: Billy McCarthy
Page No.: 20
Ford 8 van, Knockraha, Watergrasshill, Glenville, 1950s, housewives, stocked, bread, groceries, gossip, news, Paddy the Coop, Dail
Keywords:
Eireann, Korean War, travelling retail business, characters, customer base, Saturday night, Pound Cross, Kildinan, supplies, eggs,
dozen, hens, feeding, laying, farmer’s butter, trade, goods, craic, Jack Bowen, bachelor farmer, few hens, consumption, knowledge,
neighbours, shortcoming, fowl, fine eggs, America, New Year, talk, Mrs Casey, widow woman, housewife, industry, Pound Cross,
public house, Mr John O’Donnell, establishment, open air dance, social scene, male members, well-earned thirst, smoke, pipeful,
boot laces, Sunlight soap, barber, tools, trade, haircut, shave, September, daylight, shilling, bets, scissors, client, patrons, bar,
confusion, blood, doctor, Fermoy, kitchen, James Frogget, opinion, gospel, church, Guards on duty, comical,
Images Description:
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Year:
The Metropole, 1897 – present
Article Title:
Author: Esther Murphy
Page No.: 21
1879, Cash and Carry Group Musgraves, architect, Arthur Hill, John Delaney & Company Builders, sweet factory, hotel, The Met,
Keywords:
Corkonians, travelling salesmen, businessmen, hotel, temperance, guests, Edward VII, tea, roof, 1903, Exhibition, Gregory Peck,
James Mason, Frank O’Connor, John Steinbeck, Vittoria de Sica, John Huston, Walt Disney, Dawn Adams, 1950s, British Film Star,
Cork Film Festival, Jersey cow’s milk, Douglas Vance, Jimmy Musgrave, Irish Rugby Football Union, 1944, motoring accident, 1982,
top class venue, standards, staff training, front house porters, socks, liquor licence, wedding, corkage, Northern Ireland troubles,
1969, 5,000, 6,000 bed nights, assistant manager, Jim Mountjoy, Cork Jazz Festival, 1978, October Bank Holiday, John Player,
Guinness, shops, Hadjii Bey et Cie, Turkish Delights, Lawson’s Mens’ Outfitters, 1977, hotel sold, Ryan Hotels Group, refurbishment,
9 million euro, leisure centre, landmark
Images Description: Metropole Hotel, with retail shops on ground
Image page: 21
Photographer: A. H Poole
floor
Images Description: Image from A History of Musgrave, Dan White Image page: 21
Photographer: Cork: Musgrave Group,
2001
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Catalogue No.: 225
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Year:
Sound Art in Cork: A Brief History
Article Title:
Author: Michael Daly
Page No.: 22
Nashville, America, Music City, USA, size, punches, weight, outstanding musicians, bands, 40 years, diversity, genre, Rock, Bluegrass,
Keywords:
Classical, Hip-Hop, Irish Trad, Jazz, thriving, community, mainstream music world, tradition, history, Sound art/Improv scene, artists,
performing, audiences, attention, international level, art theoreticians, 20th century artistic movements, Dada, Performance Art,
Fluxus, 60s, 70s, improvised music, in the moment, rules, sound, sound, scope, electronics, noise, machinery, instruments, elements,
video, sculpture, Sound Art, Triskel Arts Centre, Danny McCarthy, Yoko Ono, hammering nails, piano, Gunter Berkus, guitar Pice,
auditorium, South Main Street, Tobin Street, Grand Parade, George Brecht’s Danger Music, shaved, Tony Sheehan, Sound Works,
The Cork Examiner, April 2 1987, Newgrange, Brid O’Brien, prehistoric site, Indian, Celtic religious cults, yoga poses, Intermedia
festival, David Toop, Pan Soinic, Max Eastley, Scanner, Blaschet Brothers, metal bars, jets of water, children, adults, The Roundy Bar,
Hanearl Park, Granary, Black Sun, Vicky Langan, Paul Hegarty, psychedelic, Irish audience, weirdos, Shandon Bells, Chapel Street, The
Guesthouse Project, artistic practice, Sunday lunches, food, German sound artist, Roland Etzin, Gruenrekorder, record lable, Danny
McCarthy, contemporary composers, synergy, golden age of sound,
Images Description: Poster for the first Fluxus
Image page: 22
Photographer: Courtesy of Danny
McCarthy
Vicky
Langan
and
the
Quiet
Club
perform
in
The
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Photographer: Patricia Kilch
Triskel Arts Centre, December 2009
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Image page:
Béaloideasa
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Seán Ó Duinnshléibhe
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Keywords:
What is Folklore?
Author:
Dr Stiofán Ó Cadhla
Page No.:
26
Monk, Mount Melleray, God, folklorists, certain era, construction, invention, intellectual work, Victorian, social engineering,
imagination, 1846, William Thoms, Anglo Saxon, queens’ university, Country Gaol, Western Road, 1959, Funk and Wagnall’s
Standard Dictionary of Folklore, Mythology and Legend, Maria Leech, creations, myths, legends, folktales, proverbs, riddles, verse,
artistic expression, spoken word, oral culture, mankind, experienced, learned, practiced, ages, popular, traditional knowledge,
scientific knowledge, A M Espinsosa, G M Foster, T H Gaster, crop, subject, group, individual, time, place, M Harmon, literature,
song, dialect, medium, materials, folk music, dialect, traditions, narratives, superstitions, religions, rituals, customs, dances,
explanations, nature, man, ethnic, R D Jameson, picturisation, festive customs, games, mime, song, dance, G P Kurath, civilized
society, verbal materials, M W Smith, A Taylor, memory, practice, S Thompson, orally transmitted prose, primitive groups E W
Voegelin, art form, stories, proverbs, sayings, spells, songs, incantations, forumulas, spoken language, R A Waterman, 1998, Regina
Bendix, The Journal of American Folklore, study, culture, instructive, meanings, nuances, habitual, orthodox, define
Images Description:
Image page:
Photographer:
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Year:
Book Reviews
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 27
The Rambling House, The Court Writers Group, photographs, poetry, prose, O’Connell Court, project, accommodation, older people,
Keywords:
Cork City, wisdom, collective lifetime, observations, rich tapestry , words, images, photography, contentment, Happiness, peace of
mind, quiet place, courage, love, exhilaration, peaceful home, spirit of fortitude, serenity, Cork Simon Community, Walking Shandon,
Peter Foynes, Cork Butter Museum, Cork 2007, tourists, historical walk charted, booklet, Old Custom House, Crawford Art Gallery,
Emmett Place, Christy Ring Bridge, Mulgrave Road, cattle trade, Dominican Order, North Infirmary, Skiddys Home, The Green Coat
School, North Presentation Convent School, The North Cathedral, old maps, development plans, documents, photographs, Cork City,
Field Guide, Street Furniture, Tom Spalding, Cork 2009, entertaining, educational, shell shaped fonts, statue, Fr Theobald Mathew, St
Patrick Stree, 1864, multifaceted, wrought, foundries, ornate railings, gates, bollards, wheel guards, mooring posts, pillar letter
boxes, milestone markers, boundary markers, bench seating, photographs, tourists, iron products, craftsmanship, street
architecture, Noel O’Shaughnessy, Hidden Cork, Charmers, Chancres, and Cute Hoors, Michael Lenihan, watercolour photographs,
illustrations, Art O’Laoighre, Baron Spolasco, Dr Cross, Muskerry Tram Crash, Big Freeze, Flood 1820, Battle of Starlings, Gearoid
O’Donnell
Images Description: Horse trough, St Finbarr’s College, Farranferris Image page: 27
Photographer: Michael Daly, NFP Archive
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Catalogue No.: 229
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The Urban Landscape
Article Title:
Back Page
Keywords:
Images Description: Washington Street, November 2009
Year:
Page No.:
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Image page:
Photographer:
2010
28
Caroline Murphy
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2011
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Year:
Picking ‘Blackas’
Article Title:
Author: Gráinne McGee
Page No.: 3
Memories, seeds, blackberry, hunting, picking, excursions, childhood, adventure, Fairhill, Blackash, Murphy’s Rock, sand buckets,
Keywords:
hedgerows, blackberries, blueberries, trails, disappeared, countryside, Spring Lane, Dublin Hill, Ballincollie Road, Ballyphelane Road,
1960s, built up, residential, industrial development, Southside, Togher, untouched, bucket, wellies, wild, navigating, ponies,
Churchfield, Mactroom, Baile Bhuirne, unusual, treat, forage, jams, tarts, local shops, street corners, cinema, swimming pool,
valuable food source, eaten, hand, porridge, bramble, briar, valued, wickerwork, bee skeps, thatching, sliotars, pipes, dyes, wool,
remedies, ailments, diarrhoea, skin cuts, swellings, sore feet, Irish Brehon Laws, ‘bushes of the wood’, unlawful, clearance, Mairin O’
Lionaird, Follain Teo, award making jam, preserve, smeara dubha, August, heat, sun, ripen, wet weather, jam making process, sugar,
fruit, setness, cold plate, wrinkle, 29th September, Michaelmas, Puca, harvest
Images Description:
Martin Mcgee picking blackberries
Image page:
3
Photographer:
Gráinne Mcgee
Catalogue No.: 231
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2011
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Year:
A Safe harbour for Ships
Article Title:
Author: Geraldine Healy
Page No.: 4
Cobh, Queenstown, activity, harbour, train, cork, dogs, pier, motorcycle, waters, clear blue, vessels, naval, base, Haulbowline,
Keywords:
tanker, refuels, jetty, fishing rod, catch, tranquil, story, nook, cranny, Queen Victoria, 1849, Great Island, mouth of harbour,
lighthouse, Roches Point, Monkstown, Glenbrook, Passage West, Cork Quays, 1922, Cobh, natural harbours, diaspora, mid
nineteenth century, Queenstown, famine, 1840s, emigrants, United States, Canada, coffin ships, whited sepulchres, slavers, decks,
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ships, holy ground, Typhus, tuberculosis, conditions, cramped, onboard, privacy, water, rationed, hardships, transatlantic, travel,
January 1st, 1892, Annie Moore, first person, immigrant screening, Ellis Island, New York, SS Nevada, December 20th, 1891, North
America, vista, pier, liner, Cunard steamer, The Canada, Mail, April 11, 1912, RMS Titanic, maiden voyage, tragedy, May 1915, RMS
Lusitania, torpedoed, Old Head, Kinsale, civilian lives, Atlas Of Cork City, Dόnal Ó Drisceoil, internment, mass graves, maritime
disaster, American, Great War, US Navy, servicemen, promenade, shopping, leisure, cessation of hostilities, British, German U Boats,
upstream, port, American War of Independence, 1775, 700 ships, British Navy, business, traders, safe berth, ships, physical features,
transatlantic convoys, shipping route, Europe, Americas, pasturelands, Munster, trading connections, Perspectives on Cork, Patrick
O’Flanagan, Newfoundland, Boston, Virginias, Caribbean islands, Lisbon, Old World Colony, David Dickson, butter, hides, woollens,
barley, wines, sugar, salt, butter, salted beef, mercantile, affluent classes, recreation, social diversion, Royal Cork Yacht Club, Cork
Water Club, Robert Gibbings, Lovely is the Lee, painting, gilding, vessels, King’s Yachts, Deptford, Greenwich, flotilla, exclusivity,
dignitaries, Napoleonic Wars, commerce, conflicts, muscatel raisins, oranges, almonds, coconuts, pineapples, lemons, salt, fish,
anchovies, exotic mixture, sights, smells, foreign languages, warehouses, The Story of Cork, Sean Beecher, three, four masted sailing
ships, Cape Horn, India, Australia, Falls of Garry, Portland Oregon, 85 days, troops, Convict ships, deportees, Botany Bay, wireless
telegraphy, orders, Queenstown for Orders, flag signal, ship building, industry, steamship, SS Sirius, east to west, American Civil War,
1860s, age of steam, passenger ship, MV Innisfallen, 1940s, 1950s, David Martin McCarthy, Corks Docks and Dockers, emigrate,
employment, waving goodbye, final, holidays, Ringaskiddy, living, vibrant, entity, environment, coat of arms
Images Description: Sailing Vessels in Cork Harbour, c.1850
Image page: 4
Photographer: Geroge Mounsey
Wheatley Atkinson,
courtesy of Crawford
Municipal Art Gallery
Images Description: Statio Bene Fido Carinis, Carving of the Cork City Image page: 5
Photographer: Dave McCarthy
Coat of Arms
Catalogue No.: 232
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2011
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Year:
Tell the Mason the Boss is on the Move
Article Title:
Author: Jim Fahy
Page No.: 6
Spires, churches, city hall, Customs house, Court House, Cork Savings Bank, heartbeat, stewardship, freemasons, funny handshakes,
Keywords:
secret signs, masonry trade, communicating, outsiders, The Cork Masons, noble, dying trade, beauty, skill, art, construction,
generations, family, skills, father to son, closed trade, rules, surname, associated with masonry, apprenticeship, Ancient Guild of
Masons and Bricklayers, union, important trade, construction industry, architect, engineer, clerk of works, client, changes,
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alterations, master mason, permanent arrangement, middleman, financing, speculative masons, operative masons, freemasons,
Béarlagar na Saor, or language of the Masons, old Irish, English, gibberish, divulge, traveller, gypsy, Cant, Shelta, spoken, strict code,
death, Tower of Babelo, Bin the airig the aish is on the cushtru, Tell the mason the boss is on the move, bad work, small pony or
donkey, geab, married, priested, smith, plasterer, foreman, wife, girlfriend, pawn shop, tool, unfortunate, secret language, open,
general population, older masons, not teach the Bearlagar, extinction, upper classes, high regard, levys, taxes, contracts, years to
complete, informal certification, indentured, masons’ language, bard mason, Gobán Saor, stone buildings in Ireland, Europe, mystic,
wise man, stone wall, divide, daughter, knitting, wool, string, build, walls, journeymen, building trade, monks travelled, masons,
build monasteries, abbeys, monuments, carve inscriptions, figures, statues, build houses, castles, stone walls, marble, granite,
limestone, sandstone, magnificent arches, bridges, white limestone, red stand stone, country’s flag, subcontracting, foreman, work,
good, oversee, clerk of works, quality, trades, Cork Operative Society of Masons and Bricklayers, 1843, Cork Public Museum,
Fitzgerald park, restoration, Dublin, St Patrick’s Day parades, sashes, ceremonial aprons, opening parade, 1902, Great Exhibition
Images Description: Masons on site in 1939 near Passage West
Image page: 6
Photographer: Courtesy Ted and Jack
Johnson
Nellis
Osborah
working
on
Farranferris
Housing
7
Images Description:
Image page:
Photographer: Na
Schem
Images Description: Working papers of Pat Falvey, Master
Image page: 7
Photographer: Na
Stonemason
Catalogue No.: 233
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2011
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Year:
Street Games
Article Title:
Author: Noreen O’Connell
Page No.: 8
Streets, parks, terraces, avenues, hive of activity, morning, evening, summer holidays, roads busier, computers, homes, expendable
Keywords:
cash, bands of youngsters, outside, street games, laughter, boisterous games, Pickie, Glassy Alleys, skipping, release, ball-againstthe-wall, Scraps, marbles, favourite, boys, girls, dingers, experts, depriving, stock of marbles, simple, rules, opponents, shy, short of
the mark, knock your opponent’s marble, lose game, Chasing, occupied for hours, it, team game, rival groups, sole domain of girls,
homemade, coloured pictures, book, swap, friends, rainy days, wet, tossing, one, three balls, drop the balls, article, response, songs,
accompanied, pickie, played by girls, cowboys and Indians, cap guns, dinkies, chalk, old shoe polish tin, ointment tin, fancy arena,
indoor activity centre, pickie box, traffic, motorist, journey, hours, days, variations, heated debate, participants, rules, ten squares,
deceptively difficult game, fitness, concentration, excellent co-ordination, successful, colleagues, stamina, agility, disputing line
boundaries, children
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Images Description:
Demonstrating a game of Pickie
Image page:
8
Photographer:
Gráinne Mcgee, CNFP
Archive
Catalogue No.: 234
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Year:
The Day the President Came to Town
Article Title:
Author: Helen Kelly
Page No.: 9
Famous emigrant son, 1963, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, President of the United States of America, proud, helicopter, Collins Barracks,
Keywords:
Lord Mayor Sean Casey, ‘The boys of Wexford’, Kelly the boy from Killane, Patsy Kelly, family, eight, Sergeant, army, preparations,
visit, houses, married quarters, painted, polished, uniforms, spick and span, excitement, presidential car, breaking down, disruption,
1934 Rolls Royce, Cork Firm, Military Hill, Wellington Road, Summerhill, McCurtin Street, Patrick’s Street, Grand Parade, South Mall,
Parnell Place, Albert quay, Thousands lined streets, glimpse of him, parapets, Parnell, Clontarf Bridges, men, youths, City Hall,
Freedom of the City, ‘We want Jack’, crowd, St John’s Ambulance, hurt, tripped, composure, famous gesture, spontaneous hand
shaking, grandmother, Hold out your hand, touch, most important man in the world, Jim McKeon, security contingent, flags,
Margaret MacDonald, Marina Baker, sliced pan, bakery, ‘The American Pan’, red, white, blue, affluent, Margie O’Mahony, Northside,
picture, centre, sitting room, businesses, Fitzgerald’s Electrical, Pye Television, Evening Echo, June 27th, 1963, RTV Rentals of
Patrick’s Street, wake, visit, lost property, Garda Headquarters, Union Quay, licence inspector, November 22nd, five months, news
flash, shot, neighbours, state funeral, mourned, relative, mortuary card, vendor, Patrick Street, permanent reminder, Monaghan
Road, Kennedy Park, helicopter departed, farewell, American hero, barriers, spectacles ever seen
Images Description: JFK Mass Card
Image page: 9
Photographer: Courtesy of Margaret Mac
Donald
Catalogue No.: 236
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2011
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Year:
The Coppingers of Ballyvolane
Article Title:
Author: Breda Sheehan
Page No.: 10
Maldron Hotel, tomb, Stephen Coppinger, Ballyvolane, Shandon Cemetry, adjoins, hotel, Mrs M J O’Connell, History of the
Keywords:
Coppingers, 1884, died 1681, located east, churchyard, St Anne’s Shandon, Noah’s Ark, inscription, legible, cut deep, smooth, stone,
broken, graffiti, tomb, illegible, ruling elite, Coppingers, Terrys, Galways, Goulds, Roches, Sarsfields, Danish descent, mid-twelfth
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century, Henry II, 1300s, 1600s, prominent role, political, commercial, religious life, devout Catholics, historical right, elect Bishop of
Cork, Rev Murphy, Bishop of Cork, challenged claim, 1820, Ballyvolane House, Ballincollie Road, former residence, Spring Lane,
William Coppinger, artefact, pier, Ballyvolane House, Danish Fort, Rath, Limerick, settlement, fire, 1900, destroyed, Chapel Gate
Estate, colourful, history, Oliver Cromwell, tyrant, sons, daughters, abroad, educated, University of Louvain, France, Lord Protector
of England, bank, merchant, allowance, IOU, guarantee, Court of Claims, landowner, retention, Christmas, 1649, intact, sons,
century, exile, lost, King James II, Williamite Wars, Capt Edward Coppinger, Battle of Bottle Hill, last rites, Seignior de Ville Toreau,
Lord of Bullstown, Bulls’s head, crest, Bullstown, Dodge’s Glen, Goulding’s Glen, Thomas Crofton Croker, stream, bathing house, Hon
Charles Howard, Duke of Norfolk, Ballycourt folklore, premature labour pains, stillborn, jester, prophecy, tenancy, seminary,
boarding school, burial ground, order, horses, underground tunnel, Valebrook, Monk’s field, Red D Mc Swiney, John O’Connell, Cork
Constitution, Ellis, Ellis’ Lodge, Daunt’s, Valebrook housing development, Glen Rovers Clubhouse, Coppinger’s Acre, Hollyhill,
Coppinger’s Lane, Griffith Bridge, location, tomb
Images Description: Neck of a Danish earthen jar found in Balebook, Image page: 10
Photographer: Courtesy of The
Ballyvolane, 1810
Gentleman’s Magazine,
1831
Catalogue No.: 237
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2011
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Year:
The Wireless
Article Title:
Author: Billy McCarthy
Page No.: 11
Appearance, 1950, excitement, appliances, undesirable, working, hire purchase agreement, Fitzgerald’s Electrical Shop, Grand
Keywords:
Parade, van, wonder, cardboard carton, Pye wireless set, wire, pole, aerial, signal, power cable, plugged, electrical socket, votive
light, switched on, controls, magic eye, station, devices, Radio Eireann, night time, quietness, sound, news, weather forecast,
National Anthem, 11.15pm
Images Description:
Image page:
Photographer:
Catalogue No.: 238
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2011
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Year:
Online Gaming Culture
Article Title:
Author: Gearόid O’Donnell
Page No.: 12
Computer gaming, popular, modern, industry, film, games, millions, develop, employment, mainstream, geeks, PCs, games consoles,
Keywords:
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Xbox, social networking sites, Facebook, Myspace, iPhone, iPad, East Asian, Massively Multiplyer Online Roleplaying Games, World
of Warcraft, Runescape, Lineage, Dungeons and Dragons, Eve Online, MMORPGs, deep space, features, starship fleets, economy,
virtual corporations, bank, wealth, industrial espionage, young men, Farmville, women, publishers, Nintendo, Kinect, motion
tracking technology, player, action, physical activity, casual games, several large publishers, international operations, Indie games,
modding, amateur, gameplay, graphics, Mount & Blade, Minecraft, medieval, survival game, architecture, Arc de Triomphe, Taj
Mahal, diverse, popular, respect, medium, art form, film, music, controversy, Roger Ebert, entertainment medium,
Images Description: Screen shot of online MMORPG,
Image page: 12
Photographer: Courtesy of World of
Warcraft
Catalogue No.: 239
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Piaras Mac Gearailt (1709-1795), Cúirt na mBurdún,
Article Title:
Author:
Keywords:
Images Description:
Image page:
agus ‘bata na Bachaille’ in Iarthar Déise
Ciarán Ó Gealbháin
Year:
Page No.:
2011
13
Photographer:
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2011
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Year:
Cork Memory Map Project Map
Article Title:
Author:
Page No.: 14
New plan, development, Cork Northside Folklore Project, interactive on line map, interest, city, voices, community, people talking,
Keywords:
growing up, memories, folklore, occupational lore, characters, stories, landmarks, streets, lanes of Cork, excerpts
Images Description:
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Sound Excerpts
Article Title:
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Author:
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Year:
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2011
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Cork Memory Map Project, Noel Magnier, Bonfire Night, Bulldog Lane, Farran Street, Gerald Griffin Street, raid, stuff, collecting,
ransom, kind of rivalry, craic around the bonfire, raspberry, raza, half peny, cakes, tyres, Johnny Chris Kelleher, Lough, Echo Boy,
Coliseum, Sean O’Mahony, Friday, Christy Ring, slab, Morrison’s Island, state car, Jack Lynch, bombing, North, Dead, drove off, Eileen
Jones, Welsh’s Lane, customs, Bird’s Quay, shawls, lay out, better, shabbier, funeral, loan, Pat Saville, local businesses, Blackpool,
May Rogers, shop, Tobin’s shop, chip shop, cake shop, the Glen, training, hall, Crotty’s shop, milk, cakes, players, the Cow, Scribbin’s,
Hydes, Con O’Connor, paints, natils, house, church, The Pantry, Mrs Murphy’s, milk and cakes, Dirty Tom’s, Dirty Dick’s, chips,
newspaper, fierce, Friday, Sean Lane, Banjo, Banjo’s Pub, Blarney Road, North Main Street, board, cart, horse, home, North Gate
Bridge, wife, bed, tackle, horse to stables, lounge, normal, pints, Mary Marshall, quarry, racing around, Blackpool Harriers, dog boys,
club house, Lees, Gypsy Lee, fortune telling, Lavinia, Walter, half a crown, paper flowers, wax, Dee, scrap, old carriages, funeral,
frightening, stories, screaming, laughing, Jim KcKeon, waste, pigs, chore, Pedro the donkey, pigs, neighbourhood, waster, leftover
food, mashed potato, bread, school, chariot, Fairhill, Gurranabraher, Saturday mornings, Union Quay Garda Barracks, loose bin,
bikes, hated, post office, telegram, Pat Speight, Christmas, dinner, innards, gizzard, newspaper, coopa, wall, environmentally
friendly, mad panic, wedding ring, gone, inside turkey, Examiners, News of the World, sick, tea towel
Images Description: Shawlies on Kyle Street
Image page: 16
Photographer Courtesy of The Irish
Examiner
Images Description:
Image page:
Photographer: Brian Boru Street in the
1940s
Keywords:
Catalogue No.: 242
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2011
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Year:
Burlesque in Cork
Article Title:
Author: Jenny Butler
Page No.: 18
Eighteen century, Britain, theatrical, performance, parodied social, political norms, striptease, dancing girls, male comedians, acted
Keywords:
sketches, topical themes, dramas, absurdity, ridiculed, Victorian times, derisive, social betters, opera, Shakespearian plays, ballet,
classical music, ribaldry, North America, Vaudeville, variety shows, 1880s – 1930s, bawdy drama, gags, risqué, Hootchy Coothchy,
dancing the cooch, glamour, vintage attire, colourful costuming, dramatic lighting, sexually suggestive, neo-burlesque, old style
glamour, contemporary stars, American Performer, Dita Von Teese, Susan Cox, attitude, dress, wear, hold yourself, feel, The Tassel
Club, Dublin, Crane Lane venue, The House of Jazz, Blues and Burlesque, Mark Kenny, promoter, Gypsy Hotel, local scene, external
influences, stagnant, Vicky Butterfly, Missy Malone, Leyla Rose, big names, posters, promotional artwork, Gil Elvgren, twenties,
thirties, college of Commerce, Boutique Burlesque, cabaret, Audience interaction, dress up, success, outfits, punters, vintage style
dresses, flapper, 1920s, 50s, corsets, costume, accessorise, hats, feather boas, pinstripe suits, hats, ties, retro-style, on-line shops,
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bespoke items, Miss Daisy Blue, Market Parade, tongue-in-cheek, pop expressions, pin up stuff, Gorlesque, horror themed,
rehearsals, props, weeks, routine, distinguished, sex industry, art of tease, offstage, tasteful, fun, age, teenagers, college kids,
Images Description: Selection of Irish Burlesque Club Posters
Image page: 18
Photographer: Designed by Mark Kenny
Images Description:
Susan Cox
Image page:
19
Photographer:
Photo by Ross Waldron
Catalogue No.: 243
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Year:
Restroom Graffiti
Article Title:
Author: Michelle Moore
Page No.: 19
Latrinalia, artwork, toilet, Alan Dundes, 1966, fieldwork, thesis, woman’s eyes, toilets, cork city, secondary school, class, directed,
Keywords:
bathroom walls, rumours, spread by the pen, sexually explicity, pornographic drawings, sex education, love declarations, stall walls,
gossip, practical communication, written words, poetry, drawings, cultural expressions, form of folk art, jokes, riddles, greetings,
philosophical questions, reflections, slang, entertain, political exclamations, rebellious anecdotes, narratives, story, advertising
companies, craze, consumerism
Images Description: Graffiti on ladies cubicle wall in Cork City
Image page: 19
Photographer: Michelle Moore
Catalogue No.: 244
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2011
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Year:
Medieval Medicine in St Mary’s of the Isle
Article Title:
Author: Catryn Power
Page No.: 20
Excavations, medieval Dominican Priory, Crosses Green, 1993, skeletons, burials, examined, caring, altruistic society, monastery,
Keywords:
treatment, life threatening conditions, redevelopment, two eighteen, nineteenth century mills, significant archaeological site, Sancta
Maria de Insula, St Mary’s of the Island, 1220, Philip de Barry, Welshman, Barrymore, mendicants, poverty, sanctuary, hospitality,
Friars, social needs, echelons, the elderly, pregnant women, beggars, lepers, palliative care, spiritual guidance, wealthier members,
patronage, money, rights, rents, mills, tolls, prayers, masses, soul, 1317 free access city walls, mill, fishing rights, graveyard, lay,
religious, family plot, re used, stone lined graves, stone sarcophagus, charred coffins, tomb effigies, medicine, superstitions,
mysticism, Aristotelian logic, natural philosophy, diagnosis, treatment, illness, pain, humours, blood, phlegm, bile, black bile,
lucrative profession, profitable, relief of pain, Wine, antiseptic, wound, opiates, apothecaries, physicians, market, Ice, blood letting,
purgatives, mercury, astrological seals, herbal remedies, infection, dirty water, tumours, nasal ploypi, cysts, cataracts, Cuy de
Chauliac, modern surgery, opium, morel, hyoscyamus, ivy, hemlock, lettuce, Trepanation, boring hole, skull, insanity, headaches,
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epilepsy, expel ghost, spirit, evil spirits, opening side of head, cranium, 3cm diameter, healing, standards, expert surgical skills,
healed, infection, infirmary, sick, elderly, pregnant, dying, Benedictine, Cove Street, the Knights Hospitallers, St John of Jerusalem,
Douglas Street, 12th century, weapon wounds, sword, axe, artery,
Images Description: Excavation of Dominican Priory in 1993
Image page: 20
Photographer: Courtesy of Catryn Power
Images Description:
1525 engraving of Peter Treveris
Image page:
21
Photographer:
Courtesy of Hieronymus
Braunschweig’s Buch der
Ciurgia
Catalogue No.: 245
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The Heritage of Irish Seeds
Article Title:
Author: Tom Doig
Page No.: 22
Cultural exchange, values, knowledge, generation, families, communities, songs, proverbs, agricultural seed saving, societies, heavy
Keywords:
cropping, disease resistant, fruit, herbs, vegetables, unharvested, acclimatised, soil, weather types, gardeners, peak point, bolting,
going to seed, dismay, renders inedible, propagating, cross pollination, bees, insects, cultivated vegetables, law texts, old Irish,
onion, cabbage, literal translation, ancestors, cereal crops, oats, barley, applies, alliums, garlic, parsnips, celery, broad beans, kale,
herbs, foraging, sloes, blackberries, bilberries, hazelnuts, medicinal herbs, curative, gaelic medicinal law-texts, leek, Early Irish
Farming, Fergus Kelly, perennial chives, fresh, green, stored, Brassica, cauliflower, broccoli, potato, carbohydrate, colcannon, uball,
wild apple, sour, northern Europe, Romans, sweet apple, recent, Walter Raleigh, 1590s, Youghal, sailors, basque, Andes, Peru,
coastal areas, seaweek, Black Potato, The Cup, taste, texture, luxury, 1808, Lumper variety, itinerant labourers, Cork, London,
Munster, Spoiled, surplus, pig, cow, meat, milk, grain, chitting, eyes, sprouts, surfaces, dark, Phytophtpra infestans fungus,
biodiversity, The Irish Seedsavers Association (ISSA), Scarriff, Co Clare, heritage, Peter Bourke, obscurity, extinction, enthusiasm,
Delaway Cabbage, Brown Envelope Seeds, Skibbereen, seed catalogue, 2004, sale, Cork Food Web, Seed Swap, Blackrock Castle,
growers, allotment, amateur gardeners, sowing, harvesting, resilience, indigenous societies, MAIZ, Chiapas, Mexico, traditions, way
of life, industrialised world,
Images Description: Selection of calendula, dwarf bean, nasturtium, Image page: 22
Photographer: Tom Doig, CNFP Archive
leek and poppy seeds
Catalogue No.: 246
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Year:
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Article Title:
Keywords:
Oral History News
Author:
Adrian Roche
Page No.:
24
Dockers, redundant, 2009, oral, city centre, integral, economic, shipping, imports, exports, difficult, dangerous, conditions, manually
emptying, loading, coal, iron, timber, grain, chocolate, foodstuffs, banana boats, goods, clothing, brimstone, shovel, bucket, dirty,
dangerous, Health and Safety, work teams, school, teens, social aspects, games, fishing, pubs, dances, nicknames, jokes, humour,
working, social conditions,
Images Description:
Image page:
Photographer:
Catalogue No.: 247
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2011
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Year:
GAA Oral History Project, Our History, Your Story
Article Title:
Author: Regina Fitzpatrick
Page No.: 24
Boston College, Centre for Irish Programmes, 2008, Gaelic Athletic Association, memories, stories, fabric, Irish Life, games, club,
Keywords:
community, role of women, matches, victories, commiserating defeats, politics, identity, religion, education, music, language,
culture, emigration, immigration, media, literature, interviews, public, interview, schools, website, curriculum based resource packs,
primary, secondary, internships, volunteer opportunities, second, third level students, archival, photographs, documents, digital
archive, Croke Park, GAA museum,
Images Description: Kilkenny hurler, Lory Meagher, Croke Park,
Image page: 24
Photographer: Courtesy of GAA Oral
1940s
History Project
Catalogue No.: 248
15
2011
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Year:
Oral History Network of Ireland
Article Title:
Author: Adrian Roche
Page No.: 25
Collection, underdeveloped, rise in interest, oral heritage, newcomers, field, collect, preserve, County Cork Religious Practices and
Keywords:
Customs, GAA Oral History Project, transcripts, Cork City & County Archive, Bealoideas Chiarrai, upsurge, oral History Network of
Ireland, local basis, national body, disparate groups, share, knowledge, experience, information, founded, aims, advice, support,
standards, technologies, management, discussion forum, topics, databases, annual conference, 2011,
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The Gathering: Collected Oral Histories of the Irish
Article Title:
Author:
Bernadette Sweeney
Year:
Page No.:
2011
25
in Montana
The Gathering, long term interdisciplinary oral history project, Montana, Irish, Irish American, folk histories, performances, practices,
Keywords:
traditions, record, lost, interest, participation, Butte, Anaconda, broad appeal, educators, ranchers, retired home makers,
government workers, miners, descendants, age bracket, time sensitive project, lived, embodied, geographical spread, breadth,
scope, The Steward Magazine, Mon Mac Intyre, audience, Video material, living conditions, contexts, facial, gestures,
Images Description: Rita McLoughlin, Butte, Montana,
Image page: 24
Photographer: Courtesy of Patrick Cook
Catalogue No.: 250
15
2011
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Year:
Soundings: the poetry of a generation
Article Title:
Author: Louise Aherne
Page No.: 26
Fashion sense, music, television, time, events, people, artefacts, objects, rituals, teddy bear, newspaper, mass card, Soundings,
Keywords:
anthology, impression, Gill & MacMillan, 1990s, Gus Martin, English, teacher, textbook, Patrick Kavanagh, Dylan Thomas, houses,
families, handwritten notes, doodles, Yeats, Emily Dickinson, Padraig McCarthy, critical, upper end, higher level, cater, many
students, new edition, Galway, critique, engagement, respect, classics, revising, dining room, iambic pentameter, Angela Browne,
childhood, nostalgia, reflection,
Images Description: Hand written sentiments on a Soundings table Image page: 26
Photographer: Courtesy of ImageShack
of contents
Services
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Book Reviews
Article Title:
124
Author:
Year:
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2011
27
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Keywords:
My City by the Lee, Dr S F Pettit, (1987), Department of Education, schools, Cork 800 celebrations, wonder, colour, settlement, St
Finbarr, Danes, Normans, ancient walled town, modern city, River Lee, tributaries, export, ships, imports, exports, railway age, A
Walk Through the South Parish, Roger Herlihy, streets, lanes, military, industry, transportation, religion, Daniel O’Connell, Repeal
Meeting, Mary Street Circus, Frank O’Connor, cobblers shop, Douglas Street, The Gables, passion, images, illustrated, photographs,
maps, art work, streets, laneways, buildings, churches
Images Description:
Image page:
Photographer:
Catalogue No.: 252
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2011
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Year:
Photo and a Story
Article Title:
Author: Marie- Annick Desplanque
Page No.: 28
Woods, Nad, expressions of tradition, transmit knowledge, belief, supernatural, wood spirits,
Keywords:
Images Description: Tree with eyes image
Image page:
Photographer: Marie- Annick Desplanque
16
Catalogue No.: 253
16
2012
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Year:
Trading Music Through the Decades
Article Title:
Author: Mark Wilkins
Page No.: 3
Mick Crowley, August 2010, loss, music community, Crowley’s Music Centre, quality instruments, traditional style of musical
Keywords:
instruments, modern music technology, online, musical styles, performance, creativity, changing trends, performers, record
companies, music industry, instrument maker, seller, Denmark Street, London, mythical status, popular music folklore, The
Yardbirds, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, equipment, recorded demos, George Harrison, guitar, The Beatles, albums, Bob Marley,
electric guitar, The Swop Shop, Russell’s Music, Encore bass guitar, Gerry McAvoy, Rory Gallagher, Opera House, 1961 Fender
Stratocaster, ceili music, Tadgh Crowley, Irish tunes, bagpipes, repairing, building pipes, Uileann pipes, Cork Pipers’ club, Henry Ford,
Ford Museum, Michigan, Denis, business, tools, hemp, velvet, bags, lathe, Drawbridge Street, mini-assembly, workshop, stocks,
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joints, fittings, order, America, cottage industry, 10 Merchants quay, 1033, pipes, bagpipes, drums, Maylor Street, manufactured,
austerity, letters, correspondence, loyalty, travelled, accounts, hire purchase, retail, Comhaltas Ceόltoirí Éireann, accordions,
popular, portability, affordability, banjos, mandolins, stock, Dunne Brothers, Roche’s Stores, blind, violin, show band, transition,
electric guitars, amplifiers, Rock and roll, Beatles, Adelphi Cinema, Dublin, 1963, Rolling Stones, jazz, ban, Radio Éireann, Taoiseach,
Seán Lemass, economic boom, dancehalls, Gallagher, Fontana Showband, solo career, signature sound, d3evotees, Tony Palmers
Film, Irish Tour ’74, Mick Crowley, mythology, all over the world, raw, instinct, talent, plaque, memory, The Dixies, The Freshmen,
Horslips, City Council, Merchant’s Quay, MacCurtain Street, Sleepy Hollow, Joe O’Herlihy, U2’s sound engineer, Eamon Dunphy’s
biography, The Unforgettable Fire, frequent caller, The Edge, Gibsons, Strats, store room, basement, old, unused, rare, unusual, lore,
Christy Moore, Turkish saz, digitisation, online, online retail, heart, community, purchasing power, discount, service, killing, direct
deal, vast gulf, era, handmade pipes, eBay, changes, innovations, Irish Popular music, cultural change, adapted, valued
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Images Description:
Paul O’Byrne, Rockin’ Gerry, Mick Crowley,
1962
The Crowley Uileann Pipe Shield, designed by
Tadgh Crowley c. 1937
Tadgh Crowley holding hand made Uileann
pipes, 1947
Mick Crowley, 2006, Fender Stratoscaster sold
to Rory Gallagher
The changing face of Crowley’s advertising from
1940 - 1973
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A Cork Student Recalls Article Title:
Keywords:
126
A glance back at UCC in the
Image page:
3
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Image page:
3
Photographer:
Image page:
4
Photographer:
Image page:
4
Photographer:
Image page:
5
Photographer:
Author:
Geraldine Healy
Courtesy of Sheena
Crowley
Courtesy of Sheena
Crowley
Courtesy of Sheena
Crowley
Courtesy of Sheena
Crowley and Courtesy of
The Evening Echo
Year:
Page No.:
2012
6
‘70s
October 1975, University College Cork, Arts Degree, history, main gates, stone portals, academic year, timetables, book lists, course
schedules, Donnchadh Ó Corráin, politics, early Christian Ireland, pre history, Professor Michael J O’Kelly, archaeology, megalithic
tomb, Newgrange, Co Meath, neo Gothic, Queen’s College, November 7th, 849, dignitaries, business, Aula Maxima, monastery, St
Finbarr, Gill Abbey Rock, limestone building Sir Thomas Deane, Benjamin Woodward, Emeritus Professor John A Murphy, The
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College, Magdalen College, County Gaol, medical faculty, academic staff, students, public executions, Lord Lieutenant, 3 April 1851,
campus, Quadrangle, undergraduates, lecture halls, archway, the Boards, North Wing, Main Quadrangle, Ogham stones, Stone
Corridor, Irish writeen script, Damian McManus, linguistic dating, primitive Irish, Canon Power, Christianity, pagan, old order, new
faith, Cork, Kerry, Waterford, Wisteria shrub, lattice windows, administrative, conferring of degrees, Presidents, Aula Maxima, Boole
library, George Boole, Mathematics, ‘old rest’, ‘the quarry’, playing pitch, inter faculty soccer, river Lee, tennis courts, Lewis
Glucksman Gallery, First World War, trenches, allied front, oak tree, Honan Collegiate Chapel, 1916, Collegiate Chapel, Cork, The
Honan Chapel, Virginia Teehan, Celtic Revival, renaissance, Hiberno Romaneques, Irish church building, St Cronan’s Chruch, Roscrea,
Co. Tipperary, Teampull Finghin, Clonmacnoise, Co Offally, textiles, mosaic flooring, stained glass, Sarah Purser, Harry Clarke, Túr
Gloine,
Images Description: Geraldine Healy at the Arch, UCC
Image page: 6
Photographer: Tom Doig, CNFP Archive
Images Description:
The Quadrangle, UCC, 1985
Image page:
7
Photographer:
Courtesy of The Hammond
Family
Catalogue No.: 255
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2012
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Year:
Cork Printmakers
Article Title:
Author: Clare Hennessy
Page No.: 8
Fine art print, workshop, Wandesford Quay, 1991, Thompson House, MacCurtain Street, Cork Corporation, The Arts Council, Dept of
Keywords:
Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht, Cork Printmakers, facilities, tools, space, artists, folklore, storytelling, legend, fairy stile, epic, prose,
poetry, spoken word, interpretations, narrative, story, mood, reinterpret, traditional, contemporary, Cu Chulainn, Fionn and the
Fianna, Oisin, Conn of the Hundred Battles, pookas, changelings, ghosts, banshees, writings, W B Yeats, Lady Gregory, Louis Le
Brocquy, liam Miller, Thomas Kinsella, The Táin, Ulster heroic stories, David Hockney, Six Fairy Tales, Brothers Grimm, printmaking
techniques, Aoife Layton, A Storytelling, bird, harbinger, omen, crow, significant bird in Irish Legend, shapeshifiting goddesses,
battlefield, superstition, mezzotint, stark white, luminosity, darkness, vitality, berries, red dots, illuminated manuscripts, Debbie
Godsell, Aoife Barrett, liminality, in between state, twilight zone, dark meets light, crossroadsw, dark wood, threshold, subjects,
supernatural interference, dwelling house, disquiet, sanctuary, foreboding, landscape, sentinel, The Burning, Brigid Cleary, belief,
superstition, fairy folklore, Heike Helig Finn’s, Que Sera Sera, homogeneous cultural identity, spiritual, material, intellectual,
emotional features, owl, social groups, game, beauty, idolised
Images Description: Aoife Layton, A story telling
Image page: 8
Photographer: Aoife Layton
Images Description:
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Aoife Barrett, Liminal
Image page:
8
Photographer:
Aoife Barrett
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2012
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Year:
Cork Printmakers – The Mythical and the Mundane
Article Title:
Author: Dr Stiofán Ó Cadhla
Page No.: 9
Folklorist, complex, challenging view, scholarship, storytelling, Irish folklore, raconteur, skill, Jack Zipes, Hans Christian Andersen,
Keywords:
Grimm Brothers, Charles Perrault, genteel, upper classes, wakes, fairs, patterns, funerals, festivals, A Handbook of Irish Folklore,
vade-meccum, Death Omens, Badhb Catha, the ‘bow’, colloquial name, banshee, the ‘handbook’, settings, stories told, Max Lüthi,
Liminal, illustration, bathos, margins, fringes, recycled, rocking chair, fireside, classical setting for traditional storytelling, headless
bodies, headless coaches, puca, banshee, ghosts, mermaids, Will o’ the Wisps, hairy goblins, water horses, pigs, dogs, eels, serpents,
dragons, Marcelle Hanselaar, Priest and the Werewold introduces, shape shifting motif, hound slaying, Joseph Nagy, Wisdom of the
Outlaw, lycanthrophy, Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland, ethnologist Jeremiah Curtin, the Fisherman’s son, priest and the wise
woman, priest and keening woman, alchemy of folklore, female, feminine in nature
Images Description: Debbie Godsell, The burning, Screen print
Image page: 9
Photographer:
Images Description:
Heike Finn, Que Sera Sera, digital print
Catalogue No.: 257
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Gargoyles and Sheela-na-gigs – A look at the
Article Title:
Image page:
Author:
9
Jenny Butler
Photographer:
Year:
Page No.:
2012
10
symbolic carvings in our church architecture
Material culture, heritage, oral history, verbal narratives, buildings, church architecture, gargoyles, decorative stone carvings,
Keywords:
limestone, marble, old buildings, cathedrals, churches, gothic architecture, St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, 1865, restoration work, strange,
ugly, creature, had, full bodied crouching figure, St Colman’s Cathedral, Cobh, claws, talons, dogs, lions, human face, hybrids, human
and beast, monstrous, old French, Gargouill, ‘throat’, rainwater drains, mouth, gutter pipes, ornamental, grotesqueness, evil,
present in mundane world, open mouthed, tongues, eternal damnation, torments of Hell, sacred and profane cosmology, sinful,
profane, everyday world, angels, saints, scare evil spirits, graveyards, Sheela-na-gig, Sile-ina-Giob, Shield on her hunkers, Sighle na
gClioch, the old hag of the breasts, hags of the castle, Great Keep, Bunratty Castle, Co Clare, naked female figures, genitals, fertility,
sexual, pagan, avert the Evil Eye, casting a spell
Images Description: Gargoyles of St Fin Barre’s Cathedral
Image page: 10
Photographer: Tom Doig, CNFP Archive
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2012: Bliain na bPiseog – An bhliain bhisigh agus an
Article Title:
Author:
Keywords:
Images Description:
Image page:
Béaloideas
Con Ó Drisceoil
Year:
Page No.:
2012
11
12
Author: Patrick Walsh
line that once linked Cork’s two biggest stations
January 1st, 1912, railway line, station, national rail network, media radar, termini, quays, Kennedy Quay, Albert Quay, Penrose quay,
river, floating dock, schemes, railway company, physically isolated, breakthrough, Cork City Railways and Works Act, Cork City
Railways Co (CCR), Glanmire Road, Albert Quay, England, Great Western Railway, Paddington, London, The link, Eglington Street,
Clontarf Bridge, Lapps Quay, Brian Boru Bridge, Deane Street, Parnell Place Bus Station, Clyde Cutting, Alfred Street, Great Soutthern
and Western Railway, public car park, Laundry Bank, bridges, swivel bridge, North Channel, shipping downstream lifting gear, lift
warning, cross-city link line, fish, agricultural produce, livestock traffic, Cork Bandon and south Coast Railway, network, West Cork,
Kerry, tourist traffic, Rosslare, Bantry, cost, high, threat of closure, pressure, sugar beet, West Cork, Mallow, Andersons quay,
Messrs Goulding, fertilizer, oil tanks, factory, County Waterford, tar wagons, North Wall, Dublin, County Council tar depot, Marina,
CIE, speed restriction, flagman, Civil War, Free State Soldier, armoured car, sniper, Old City Hall, man killed, Sextant Cutting, 1940s,
horse drawn dray, Mr Walsh, Customs House, Blackrock, ‘City of Cork’, upstream, dock, Rail services, Parnell Bridge, essential
repairs, laundry, Ballincollig Barracks, clonmel, Bertram Mills Circus, Kennedy Park, pigeon racers, cyclists, jammed in rails, ‘loose
coupled’, April 1976, long serving station, Cork City, Southside, Albert quay, West Cork network, Kent Station
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Photographer:
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Cork City Railways 1912-1976 – A history of the city
Article Title:
Keywords:
Year:
Page No.:
Diesel Locomotive C209, Alfred Street, early
‘60s
Diesel Locomotive (with brake fan), Brian Boru
Street, early ‘60s
Diesel Locomotive C212 entering Clontarf
Image page:
12
Photographer:
Courtesy of Charles P. Friel
Image page:
13
Photographer:
Courtesy of Charles P. Friel
Image page:
13
Photographer:
Courtesy of Charles P. Friel
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Street, early ’60s
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Cork Memory Map – An update on CNFPs online
Article Title:
Year:
Page No.:
2012
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Sound Excerpts - Memory Map interviews from
Article Title:
Year:
Page No.:
2012
Author: Dr Clíona O’Carroll
project
Shawls, Banjo’s pub, Blarney Street, ball dresses, dance, stories, interviews, archives, memories, folklore, occupational lore,
Keywords:
characters, stories, map users, click, talk, events, descriptions, trades, streetscapes, recent, technical design, Cheryl Donahue,
dissertation work, MSc Interactive Media, Department of Computer Science, UCC, map, virtual city, tourists, newcomers, resource,
schools, local groups, individuals, cinemas, the baths, milk and cake shops, Bonfire Night, Heritage Week, exhibition, Civic Trust
House, Cork Memory Map, Curious Ear documentary, RTÉ Radio 1, future, story points, self directed city tours, smart phone
applications, technology, money, expertise, interviewees,
Images Description: The Cork Memory Map don display at the Civic Image page: 14
Photographer: Dr Clíona O’Carroll
Trust House
Images Description: Screenshot of the Memory Map website
Image page: 14
Photographer: Dr Clíona O’Carroll
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Heritage Week
Michael O’Callaghan, Togher, Innisfallen, London, sailing, ship, ‘Now is the hour when we must say goodbye’, wailing, crying, Low
Road, cars, Fishguard, Bovril, Paddington, Gilabbey Street, electric light, gas lamps, cook, Brenda Stillwell, Cavan, Art College,
Richmond Hill, Whitaker’s Hatcheries, garage, ‘Are you jagging’, foreign, strange, An Stad Cafe, Irish, Inchigeela Dairy, bread, milk,
Mrs Creedon, shop, Siamese cats, Dragan Tomas, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Old Reliable, job, paying bills, conversations, pub, Shandon
Street, men, local, Fergal Crowley, Munster Arcade, Penneys, old fashioned drapery, merchandise, training, haberdashery, needs,
wool, antiquated lift, iron gates, Lamson System, paid, money, docket, metal canister, pipe, change, dormitory, country, boarding
school, supervisor, torch, bed, dance, authorities, dummies, Pete Duffy, Orrery Road, Cathedral Road, pawn, suit, dole, family,
means of money, pawn shops, Blarney Street, Patrick’s Hill, Joseph Lane, Gurranbraher, cripple, paper, waste paper, cinemas, The
Savoy, The Pavilion, The Assembly Rooms, the Lido, fleas, joke, dump, Blackpool, city centre, expensive, milk and cake shops, Leitrim
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street, An Stad, Chesters, cheapest form, icing, Pat McCarthy, Valera, Pat Burns, Mahony’s Terrace, five sisters, grandmother,
Wicklow, religious, church, lanes, North Cathedral, Shandon, child, churched, mothers, heart attack, entourage, christened, Valera
Burns, priest, Dev, saint’s name, dad, Shandon, protestant, Saint Anne, priest, Laim O hUigin, The Marsh, tea chests, messenger
bikes, Musgraves, bike, box, three wheeler, attraction, messenger boys, delivering, Old Bridge Restaurant, cate, Savoy, tea chests,
blanket, blankets, baby, child, Tom Jones, Shandon Street, Connecticut, Spangle Hill, ESB sub station, Mallow Road, Dublin Hill,
helicopter, Moses, Promised Land, Michael O’Connell, Lord Mayor of Cork, Queen Elizabeth IIs, May 2011, Grand Parade, carpet,
majesty, people, meet, market, Aileen, sore lip, The Queen
Images Description:
Images of interviewees
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Roy Hammond – An English photographer who shot
Article Title:
Image page:
Author:
Mark Wilkins
Photographer:
All photos Dr Cliona
O’Carroll, Stephen Dee
Year:
Page No.:
2012
18
some of Cork’s most iconic images
English photographer, cameraman, charismatic, gregarious, death, 1996, well known, figure, photojournalist, Cork Examiner, RTE,
Keywords:
Bakelite, school tour, Southampton Docks, war, Blitz, formal schooling, Fox Photos, photo-agency, Fleet Street, ‘gofer’ Press Bench,
errands, national newspapers, London School of Photography, Bolt Street, British Army, army photographer, 6th Airborne Division,
experimental loading of troops, VE Day, Imperial War Crimes Commission, medical officer, exhuming bodies, RAF aircrew, Russian
zone, East Berlin, South London, weddings, portraits, feelance press photography, post-War era, Gunto Hall Holiday Camp, East
Anglia, resident photographer, Ireland, Trabolgan Holiday Camp, Whitegate, East Cork, Rose Sheppard, Albert Road, waitress, stage
performer, Frances Sweeney Studio, 33 Patrick#s Street, Billy MacGill, negatives, dry in sun, filing system, chemicals, fanatical,
quality, master, apprentice, deaf language, conversations, freelance, Irish Press, anti-English sentiment, John O’Keeffe, chief
photographer, Cork Examiner, iconic images, Press Pictures of the Year Exhibition, award, Best News Picture and Best Sports Picture
of the Year, Telefis Eireann, cameraman, shooting news film, bill O’Herlihy, presenter, filming regional stories, clash of interests,
Vauxhall Estate, road blocks, guards, military, news-streaming, news, buzz, Irish Independent, the Irish Times, The Independent, Irish
Press, Cook Street, Kealy’s Bar, Faulkner’s Lane, Der Breen, film festival, plane, aerial shots, aero club, Joyce Aviation, work class
adventurers, licence, vibration, hang-gliding, sand yachting, Lifelink charity, diagnosed, cancer, Marymmount Hospice, 1996, St
Michaels’ cemetery, history, folklore,
Images Description: Roy Hammond filming the Cahir Park House
Image page: 18
Photographer: Courtesy of Donald Whyte
fire, June 1963
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Images Description:
Katty Barry pictured in her home, 1961, Round
Ireland Yacht club, Cork 800 celebrations,
August 1985, The Cork Opera House engulfed in
flames, 1955
Image page:
19
Photographer:
Roy Hammond
Catalogue No.: 263
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Year:
Cork City – Past and present
Article Title:
Author: Mark Wilkins, Tom Doig
Page No.: 20
Old photographs, Roy Hammond’s personal collection, family member, historical, iconic, photos, Lawrence Collection, National
Keywords:
Library of Ireland, vantage points, timelessness, Coburg Street, O’Brien’s Sandwich Shop, Daunt Square, 27 years before, Lawrence
Photographer, 60 years before, street facades, shops, fashions, changed, technical differences, colloidal process, medium formal
camera, slide film, digital cameras,
Images Description: King Street, c 1918, Grand Parade, 1921, South Image page: 20
Photographer: Courtesy of the National
Mall, 1925, Patrick Street, 1921
Library of Ireland
Images Description: MacCurtain Street, 1985, Grand Parade 1985,
Image page: 21
Photographer: Courtesy of The Hammond
South Mall 1985, Patrick Street, 10985
Family
Images Description: MacCurtain Street 2012, Grand Parade 2012,
Image page: 21
Photographer: Paddy O’Shea, CNFP
South Mall 2012, Patrick Street 2012
Archive
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Butterfly Souls – Butterflies, birds and other signs of Author:
Article Title:
Keywords:
132
Year:
Page No.:
2012
Alvina Cassidy
22
after death communication
Amy Winehouse, Mitch, presence, butterflies, birds, black butterfly, coffin, windows, blackbird, glass, night time, bereavement care,
unusual signs, dream, experience, before or after death, flitting over coffins, gravesides, crematoriums, robins, swans, seals,
weather patterns, continuity of life after death, deceased, comfort, hope, mystery, hospices, care homes, grief counselling, departed
souls, cultures, freedom of the soul, resurrection, Psyche, soul, butterfly, reincarnation, The Celts, butterfly souls, fly souls, bird
souls, Dr Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, hospice pioneer, On Death and Dying, Maidanek, Poland, concentration camp, gas chambers, lost
families, homes, walls, butterflies, fingernails, pebbles, transformation, hope, natural world, bachelor, praying, kitchen, Sacred
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Heart, Our Lady, remote Cork, dancing, storytelling, funeral, moth, beautiful coloured butterfly, Bantry, support worker, residential
care setting, learning difficulties, client, eulogy, strange signs, happenings, boating accident, tragedy, Drake’s Pool, Crosshaven,
pontoon, swan, boat, dingy, body in water, fright, screeching, flapping wings, grief, memorial service, Monkstown Church,
renovation, service, altar, flicker, butterfly, consolation, hope, unusual places, ashes, river, thunderclap, American girl, murdered,
Children of Lir, Allihies, ashes, sun shone, life crisis, loved one, meaning of life, perception, joy, hope, personal reality, natural world,
meaning, transformation, life, death
Images Description: The Butterfly symbol of hope and
Image page: 22
Photographer: Vanessa Maumelat
transformation
Images Description: The children of Lir stone in Allihies, West Cork
Image page: 23
Photographer: Courtesy of Dave Spathaky
Catalogue No.: 265
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Rostellan Woods – The vengeance curse that haunts Author:
Article Title:
Year:
Page No.:
2012
Year:
Page No.:
2012
Stephen Dee
24
the Rostellan Estate
Grosvenor Square, London, Murrough O’Brien, horse, drinking, gambling, dying, accident, supernatural, Elizabeth Hamilton,
Keywords:
Countess of Orkney, Midleton College, queen Mary II, King William III, William of Orange, King, titles, William O’Brien, Rostellan,
Curse, promontory, MacSlein family, 13th century, ruin, buried, graveyard, cursed him, inherit estates, unnatural death, fortune,
Sarah Siddons, Drury Lane actress, sword, entrance hall, debts, interlinked, land, Earldom of Inciquin, Dr Joshua Wise, 1870, auction,
Brian Boru sword, Sir Hohn Pope Hennessy, Sir Walter Raleigh, Youghal, Army Corp, walled gardens,
Images Description: Siddons Folly
Image page: 24
Photographer: Stephen Dee
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Photo and a story
Article Title:
Beach Road, North Side, Newfoundland, St Brides
Keywords:
Images Description: Photo of Beach Road, North side
133
Author:
Dr Marie-Annick Desplanques
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Book Reviews – Latest local history and folklore
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2012
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2012
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publications
The Lobby Bar, Monica McNamara, cork, gig, Pat Conway, listening policy, audience, Union Quay, musical focal point, original music,
A New History of Cork, Henry A Jefferies, Patrick Street, old photograph, trams, early maps, medieval walls, foundations, Queen’s
Old Castle, Viking, Tudor, Georgian, Victorian, modern day, Climate Change, Ghosts of the Faithful Departed, David Creedon,
exhibition, visual documents, evoke, loss, parting, derelict rooms, exceptional photographer, artistic statements, emigration, bygone
age, empathy, Pure Cork, Michael Lenihan, eclectic, personal, glass slides, postcards, photographs, invoices, stamps, organic
evolution, Barnetstown to Ballinglana, Billy McCarthy, story, verse, post war period, Quaker Road, Cork City, Duffy’s Circus, clowns,
trapeze, modernity, Over the Counter, Clare Keogh, photographic presentation, era, local shop, customer, crafts, Blackpool, saddles,
harneses, sweets, traditional recipes, Linehans, John Redmond Street, Liberty Street, Haunted Cork, Darent Mann, ghost, darker side
of Cork, chilling tales, historical, camera, Dictaphone, passion, unexplained phenomena, creepy narrative
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Urban Landscape
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Image of bridges of Cork
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Gráinne Mcgee
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Catalogue No.: 269
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The Cork International Exhibition 1902-03
Article Title:
Author: Tom Doig
Page No.: 3
Fitzgerald Park; Mardyke; Cork International Exhibition, Edward Fitzgerald, Lord Mayor; Cork Municipal Council, Sunday’s Well, Mr H
Keywords:
A Cutler, Architect, 1 May 1902, Edward VII, The Industrial Hall, Bourraux Brothers, Van Houten’s Pure Soluble Cocoa, Musgrave’s
Wholesalers; John Perry & Sons, The Lee Boot Manufacturing Company, France, Hungary, Sweden, Crawford School of Art, The
Royal School of Art, Victoria and Albert Museum; radium, Marie Curie; Pierre Curie, Paris, Hadji Beys, Turkish Delight, Grand Concert
Hall, Boating, Water sports, The Shaky Bridge, electric lamps, The Western Field, Irish Labourer’s Cottage, Colonial rule, Kieran
McCarthy, The President’s Pavilion, Father Matthew
Images Description: Lord Mayor Edward Fitzgerald
Image page: 3
Photographer: Cork City Library
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General View of the Grounds
Switchback railway
Plan of the exhibition grounds
Original guidebooks, 1902 and 1903
Remnants of the exhibition
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Cork City Library
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Catalogue No.: 270
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William Saunders Hallaran
Article Title:
Author: Mark Wilkins
Page No.: 6
Psychiatrist, South Mall, Grand Parade, First World War Memorial, River Lee, 1925, Armistice Day, Munster Fusiliers, Great War,
Keywords:
institutions; Nano Nagle, Mary Aitkenhead, Father Mathew, Castlemartyr, 1765, Edinburgh Medical School, William Cullen,
medicine, neurosis, Scottish Enlightenment, Cork House of Industry, 1789, South Infirmary Hospital, psychosis, Cork Lunatic Asylum,
physician, Lunatic Poor in Ireland, moral management, Philippe Pinel, William Tuke, Quaker, York, mental illness, Blackrock Road, Dr
Joseph Mason Cox; swing, Charles Dickens, RTE, ‘Behind these Walls’, Dr Brendan Kelly, uprising, alcohol abuse, religion, Roman
Catholics, Practical observations on the causes and cure of insanity
Images Description: 43 South Mall, residence of Hallaran
Image page: 6
Photographer: Tom Doig, CFP Archive
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Hallaran’s first publication in 1810
The famous swing
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Courtesy of Boole Libary
Ditto
Catalogue No.: 271
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Marian Shrines
Article Title:
Author: John O’Donnell
Page No.: 8
Town planning; 1950s, shrines, urban design, Harrington Square, Dunbar Street, Evergreen Road
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Images Description: Harrington Square, Evergreen Road, Dunbar St Image page: 8
Photographer: John O’Donnell
Catalogue No.: 272
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Cork Ladies’ Football
Article Title:
Author: Juliet Murphy
Page No.: 9
Donoughmore, football, goals, Sciath na Scol tournament, Cork, sports, girls, Senior All Ireland Final, Mossie Barrett, County Final,
Keywords:
Inter County Football; Eamonn Ryan, Mayo, Elaine Harte, Aras an Uachtarain, President Michael D Higgins, Cork Ladies Football team
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Catalogue No.: 273
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2013
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Loafers – Reflections on Cork’s first gay bar
Article Title:
Author: Alvina Cassidy
Page No.: 10
Gay bar, 1993, Cork City Council, Cork Gay Community Development Project, The Quay Co-op; The Other Place, LINC, lesbian, gay, bi
Keywords:
sexual, South Parish, Douglas Street, Irish pub, Derrick Gerety, The Shamrock Bar, Nathaniel, Dame Eliza Westropp, Presentation
sisters, The Men’s Asylum, Murphy’s Tied House, Terrazzo flooring, IRA, AIDS, Gardai, Tayto, Good Friday, Monahan Road, Lunhams
Bacon Factory, snug, transvestites
Images Description: Loafers bar, 1983
Image page: 10
Photographer: Alvina Cassidy, CFP Archive
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Loafers bar, 2013
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11
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Alvina Cassidy, CFP Archive
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Derrick Gerety – owner of Loafers
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11
Photographer:
Alvina Cassidy, CFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 274
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2013
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Images of Animals and Darkness
Article Title:
Author: Dr Jenny Butler
Page No.: 12
Beliefs, nocturnal, cats, rats, dogs, crows, bats, Lady Wilde, The Irish, witches, Kevin Danaher, Ritual, rites, symbolism, supernatural,
Keywords:
folklore, O hOgain, The Morrigan, Badb, Macha,
Images Description: The Morrigan
Images Description:
Image of flying bat
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12
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12
Photographer:
Courtesy of Andre Koehne,
Wikipedia Commons
Courtesy of Pearson, Scott,
Foresman, Wikipedia
Commons
Catalogue No.: 275
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2013
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The Oral History Network of Ireland
Article Title:
Author: Mary O’Dowd
Page No.: 13
Collection, archiving, Ennis, Co Clare, conference, workshops, Professor Alessandro Portelli, University of Rome, Harlan County, USA
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Catalogue No.: 276
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Sound Excerpts
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137
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2013
Dr Cliona O’Carroll, Dr Ian
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Stephenson
Cork Memory map, Eileen Jones, Welsh’s Lane, Blackpool, Ballyvolane, Fox and Hounds, Ellises’ Boreen, Glen Heights, blackas, Eilly
O’Dwyer, Slattery’s Lane, kipeens, Noel Magnier, Gerald Griffin Street, ESB, Gurranabraher, Kyle Street, Cork Harbour
Commissioners, Coal Quay, Paddy Marshall, Great William O’Brien Street, Farranferris, allotment, Breda St Ledger, Thomas Davis
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Street, Liam O’h-Uigin, The Marsh, shawls, Henry Street, Farm Products, Paddy Fitzgerald, greyhounds, Tranmore Road, orchard,
Turner’s Cross, rabbiting, ferreting, Marie Finn, Friar’s Walk, dressmaking, Pat O’Brien, Fair Hill, Hunting, motorbike, dockers,
chocolate
Images Description: Kyle Street Traders
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Photographer: Courtesy of Mary Sheehy
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Paddy Fitzgerald, greyhound, 1955
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15
Photographer:
Courtesy of Paddy
Fitzgerald
Catalogue No.: 277
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Cork’s Middle Parish
Article Title:
Author: Geraldine Healy
Page No.: 16
Middle parish, River Lee, The Middle Parish Chronicle, Richard T Cooke, Marion Scanlon, North Main Street, Sheares Street, Grenville
Keywords:
Place, Grattan Street, Dr Patrick O’Flanagan, Atlas of Cork, John Carty’s map, Hammond’s Marsh, Pike Marsh, Fenn’s Marsh, South
Channel, Liam O-h-Uigin, North America, Tower of London, Mayoralty House, Mercy Hospital, The Mansion House, Dr Sean Pettit,
This City of Cork, North Mall, Rutland Street, South Terrace, 1770, Batchelor’s Quay, Sheriff’s House, Doll’s House, Montenotte,
Tivoli, Sunday’s Well, Mr Sean Crowley, Christmas, St Francis Hall, Down Memory Lane, Gurranabraher, Ballyphehane, Farranree,
Turner’s Cross, Spangle Hill, Mayfield, The Glen, Togher, Cornmarket Street, Mardyke, Meer Djk,
Images Description: Geraldine Healy outside The Mercy
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Photographer: Tom Doig, Courtesy of The
Archive
Queen
Anne’s
House
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as
The
Doll’s
House
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Photographer: Courtesy of Micheal
Linehan
Catalogue No.: 278
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Gael-Taca
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Justin Scannell
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Catalogue No.: 279
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2013
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The Kino
Article Title:
Author: Joe Lyons
Page No.: 19
Mick Hannigan, Washington Street, Ralph Bingham, Cork Film Festival, Dublin Film Institute, Brassed Off, Mark Herman, Shine, Scott
Keywords:
Hick, David Helfgoot, Irish Examiner, films, Japanese, French, Peter Green, Pillow Book, Arts Council, creditors,
Images Description: The Kino, March 2013
Image page: 19
Photographer: Alvina Cassidy, CFP Archive
Catalogue No.: 280
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2013
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To Youghal by the Sea
Article Title:
Author: Patrick Walsh
Page No.: 21
Passenger services, trains, CIE, Cobh, Glanmire Road, Kent Station, Youghal, excursions, David Leopald Lewis, Great Southern and
Keywords:
Western Railway, The Daisy, The Royal Marine, The Strand, The Atlantic and Pacific, The Sunmount, Blackwater, The Dartmouth
Castle, Cappaquin, Dunkettle, 1930s, Poor Children’s Excursion, The Showboat Express, Mick Delahunty, Irish Railway Record
Society, Seaside Express, Mike Hackett, GAA specials, Knock pilgrimage special, Midleton, Mogeely, Killeagh, Irish Rail,
Images Description: The strand at Youghal Station
Image page: 20
Photographer: National Library of Ireland
Images Description:
Images Description:
A Steam hauled train returning from Youghal at
Cobh junction
The CIE B101, diesel hauled train at Youghal
Station in the 1960s
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21
Photographer:
Courtesy of Joe Lawton
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21
Photographer:
Joe St Ledger, Reproduced
courtesy of Joe Lawton
Catalogue No.: 281
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2013
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What’s your name for radio? – Pirate Radio in Cork
Article Title:
Author: Annmarie McIntyre
Page No.: 22
2FM, Radio Luxembourg, Radio Caroline, Radio Juliet, transmitter, aerial, Jack O’Regan, Pink Floyd, The Doors, Led Zeppelin, Jack
Keywords:
Lyons, Frank Zappa, Weasels Ripped my flesh, PJ Coogan, South Coast Radio, Capital Radio, Collins Barracks, CBC Radio, ABC radio,
K2, Tony Whitenell, Tony Clarke, TC Topcat, The Dooleys, Jim Collins, Neil Prenderville, Jim Lockhart, Pat Galvin, Pat Andersen, Studio
2, Crosshaven, Joe Duffy, U2, Bono, FAS course, Steve Davis, Steve O’Neill, PJ Coogan, disk jocketys, Con McPharlen, Andrea
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Kennedy, Miss Ken D, Radio Friendly, Pirate radio jocks, commercial radio, Andrea Kennedy, Jim Collins
Images Description: Raising an aerial over K2’s base in St LUkes
Image page: 22
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Steve Douglas at Radio City, Pat Galvin, Jim
Collins, Tony Whitenell
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23
Photographer:
Courtesy of DJ P45
Photos courtesy of Greg
Aston
Catalogue No.: 282
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2013
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Year:
Book Reviews
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Author:
Page No.: 24
Rory Gallagher, Marcus Connaughton, Irish Women At Work, Elizabeth Kiely, Maire Leane, Ghosts of Shandon, Alan Corbett,
Keywords:
Diarmaid Ferriter, Ambigious Republic, Leeside Legends, The Cork Boxing Story, Willie O’Leary
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Catalogue No.: 283
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The Night that Waxer Coughlan Climbed the Crane
Article Title:
Patrick Daly, Robin Foley, illustrator
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Patrick Daly
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Robin Foley
Catalogue No.: 284
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Year:
Letters
Article Title:
Author: John Buckley
Page No.:
John Buckley, Philadelphia, children’s games, The Triskel Arts Centre, 1980s, photographs, Australia, Mt Nebo Avenue,
Keywords:
2013
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Gurranabraher, Norfolk Island, South Pacific, Mutiny on the Bounty, gravestones, Cork, Governon Philip, Bart Kelly
Images Description: Street games
Image page: 26
Photographer: John Buckley
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Image of gravestone of Bart Kelly
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Photographer:
David M Clifford
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Catalogue No.: 285
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2013
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Year:
Urban Landscape
Article Title:
Author: Alvina Cassidy
Page No.: Back page
Mother Jones Festival, Mary Harris, festival, Shandon Bells, America, Trade Unions, plaque, John Redmond Street, The Shandon
Keywords:
Street Festival, The Cork Mother Jones Commemorative Committee, North Cathedral, Andy Irvine
Images Description: Unveiling of the plaque to Mother Jones
Image page: 28
Photographer:
Courtesy of Mick Wilkins
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