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This is Mrs Flynn with her children. Photo taken at Leperstown, near Dunmore East, Co. Waterford.  Date: 21 September 1933  NLI Ref.: P_WP_4003

This is Mrs Flynn with her children. Photo taken at Leperstown, near Dunmore East, Co. Date: 21 September 1933 NLI Ref.

From The Book Irish Tinkers: A Portrait of Irish Travellers in The 1970s -  Janine Wiedel

From The Book Irish Tinkers: A Portrait of Irish Travellers in the - Janine Wiedel

THE CHARMS OF A PEASANT HOME in OLD IRELAND This photo is a good 100 years old

This photo is a good 100 years old. But, I saw plenty of places just like this when I visited Ireland back in the

Alice Milligan (1865–1953) was an Irish nationalist poet and writer, active in the Gaelic League.

Alice Milligan was an Irish nationalist poet and writer, active in the Gaelic League.

FISH & CLOTHING SELLERS ON PATRICK STREET, DUBLIN (before 1906) A wonderful photograph showing Patrick Street before the slum clearances and the building of the Iveagh Trust buildings. With thanks to CL.

FISH & CLOTHING SELLERS ON PATRICK STREET, DUBLIN (before 1906) A wonderful photograph showing Patrick Street before the slum clearances and the building of the Iveagh Trust buildings. With thanks to CL.

A young nun walking Holy Communion girls past no. 3, Halston Street, Dublin on the feast of Corpus Christi.   Date: 5 June 1969. Photo via National Library of Ireland.

A young nun walking Holy Communion girls past no. Halston Street, Dublin on the feast of Corpus Christi. Date: 5 June Photo via National Library of Ireland.

The third waves of Irish immigration began in the mid-19th century around the early 1840�s. Description from freewebs.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Irish famine immigrants saved large amounts of money says American History Journal

Galway market 1895

A wonderful photo of a Galway market scene at Spanish Arch, from MERRY…

Terenure, Dublin

Two trams meet at a Terenure crossroads c. There were 330 trams in operation in

York Street tenement around the early 1900's (Dublin, Ireland).

York Street tenement around the early (Dublin, Ireland).

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