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The Ruins of Dublin 1916 Thomas Johnson Westropp 1860
The Ruins of Dublin 1916. Posted by Estelle Gittins · Thomas Johnson Westropp at Creevagh Wedge-tomb, Carran, County Clare c.1911
The Ruins of Dublin, 1916 - a photographic record by Thomas Johnson Westropp — Google Arts & Culture
The Ruins of Dublin, 1916 - a photographic record by Thomas Johnson Westropp — Google Arts & Culture
The Ruins of Dublin, 1916 - a photographic record by Thomas Johnson Westropp — Google Arts & Culture
After Easter: Photographs of Dublin by Thomas Johnson Westropp. 0096_057_Vol_10_p_046_1a
TCD MS 5870 f5v Middle Abbey Street, 'Immediately after fall of corner house'
TCD MS 5870 f11r The 'DBC' 'the remainder of the front was taken
TCD MS 5870 f2v
TCD MS 5870 f5v Middle Abbey Street,'Corner house on point of falling'
TCD MS 5870 f2r The GPO from Nelson's Pillar, view of East and South wings
TCD MS 5870 f8v The 'DBC' East side of Sackville Street, ...
The Ruins of Dublin, 1916 - a photographic record by Thomas Johnson Westropp — Google Arts & Culture
The Ruins of Dublin, 1916 - a photographic record by Thomas Johnson Westropp — Google Arts & Culture
The Imperial Hotel and Clerys on Sackville Street, looking south from Nelson's Pillar on May
TCD MS 5870 f5r The Royal Hibernian Academy, Abbey Street
The Imperial Hotel, Clery's, and Sackville Street: The Digital Repository launched 40 “
Eleanor Hughes reviews The Ruins of Dublin, 1916 – A Photographic Record by Thomas Johnson Westropp made available by The Library of Trinity College Dublin ...
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Eden Quay, May 17 [1916], Westropp, Thomas Johnson, MRIA (1860-1922)
TCD MS 10074 Liberty Hall from 'The Rebellion in Dublin' TW Murphy
Henry Street on May 18th after the 1916 Rising. Photograph: TJ Westropp, courtesy
0096_057_Vol_10_p_055_1_lr Westropp ...
Earl Street and Talbot Street, looking eastward from Nelsons Pillar.
Henry St. and Mary St. from the top of Nelson's Pillar.
The General Post Office and Henry Street, taken from Nelsons Pillar.
Eden Quay from O'Connell Bridge, May 17th, 1916. Photograph: TJ
Lower O'Connell Street, with the ruins of the Dublin Bread Company Restaurant and
Westropp_Portrait_001lr Portrait of Thomas J. Westropp courtesy of the ...
The General Post Office from Abbey St head quarters of the provisional government.
0096_057_Vol_10_p_049_lr Sample page from Westropp Album
Clanwilliam Place, corner of Mount Street, from TCD MS 5870 f 22
Interior of the GPO. Photograph: JT Westropp courtesy of the Royal Irish Academy (
Looking West from Nelson's Pillar onto Henry St. Photograph: JT Westropp courtesy of the
TCD MS 2074 f.23v
School of Irish Learning, 1911
July 8, 1921. Ireland 1916Dublin ...
The Stokes family c.1885, Lillian is third from right
Kellys Corner and Dublin Bread Company destroyed, Eden Quay, off O'Connell Street
Old Dublin, O'Connell Street around 1900 looking south. Most of the buildings were totally destroyed during the 1916 Rising. Some never rebuilt including ...
A postcard of the ' Picture Theatre' at Thomas Street, Sligo, now Bridge Street, taken in 1924. Image courtesy of Michael Farry
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On this day 1916, Padraig Pearse led a group of Volunteers into Dublin's General Post
TCD MS 9932/135/7 The Kidd boys as children; George Montgomery,
TCD MS 10073 f. 212
Images from the original newsreel by British Pathé, ' The Rebellion in Dublin' which captured the devastation of the capital city.
Thomas Johnson Westropp
Christmas number, 1916
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TCD MS 9932/135/3 Frederick William Kidd (1857-1917)
Mountjoy area 1920 Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, British Army, Armored Vehicles, Irish
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April 6, 1915. Ireland 1916Dublin ...
The Pavilion, also owned by Tadhg Kilgannon
University of Dublin - The Public Theatre, where Public Commencements take place.
Lower Dominic Street, Dublin 1
Map of central Dublin showing the rebel positions in purple and the British army positions in orange. From "Proclaiming a Republic" Darragh Gannon
1916 archive 5-n
TCD MS 9932/135/1
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Ancient Irish "charms", sketch by Westropp
TCD MS 9308/648 f1r
Dublin Port - Dublin Port Company offices
Castle ruins seen in an old stereograph photo from the National Library of Ireland collection, ca. 1860. (view north from outer bailey)
The Sligo Champion carried an advert of the Sligo Picture Theatre advertising a special opening on May 16 and 17 of The Rebellion in Dublin - screened in ...
TCD MS 9308/648 f4r
has links with the Graves family
Vol.6, no.5-6 May-June 1916
Dublin Port - Dublin Port viewed from MV Ulysses (Irish: Calafort Átha Cliath)
Lillian Stokes Account of the Easter Rising
The most expensive car ever sold at auction
The 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland and Joseph Plunkett
TCD MS 9308/648 f5v
Collection of badges from the Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation, these badges and many many more items will be available for viewing on February ...
TCD MS 9308/648 f3v
Carrigogunnell Castle ruins, north side (2007)
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Sir Thomas Esmonde, 11th Baronet [show article only]
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Thomas Westropp Bennett
Scots Fusilier Guards in 1860. In 1874 his brother William Richard Annesley, 4th Earl
In 1768 he gained another premium given by the Dublin Society for the best landscape.
MacDONAGH, Thomas. The Poetical Works of Thomas MacDonagh. Portrait frontispiece.
I was fortunate to travel through County Clare several years ago. Somewhere north of Doolin (I think on the coast road), I photographed this ruin, ...
Firville, Mallow, Co. Cork
Strahan; and T. Cadell in the Strand, 1777. Sole edition. pp