Photographs

  1. E150.01.00005

    E150.01.00005

    1940

    funeral, sochraid.

  2. E150.28.00001

    E150.28.00001

    1971

    Funeral: Stone alongside wall at River Street, Newry. One tradition claims that this stone came from Old Killeavy Graveyard, south Armagh, and was set at this spot so that before funerals turned up Quay Street to St. Mary's, coffins used be rested on it while mourners went into two pubs nearby to drink.

  3. E160.01.00001

    E160.01.00001

    The Grave: Leachtaí at Carna.

  4. E160.19.00001

    E160.19.00001

    1938

    Memorial to Father Murphy at Gregan’s Forge, Newmarket on Fergus. He played a role in the fight for Catholic Emancipation.

  5. E160.34.00002

    E160.34.00002

    1939

    Graveyard with a large shrine.

  6. E166.19.00001

    E166.19.00001

    Tombs, grave, cross, flagstone: Death memorial on Clare/Galway border.

  7. F007.03.00005

    F007.03.00005

    Rivers: Newport.

  8. F007.06.00001

    F007.06.00001

    Rocky stream with trees.

  9. F007.29.00001

    F007.29.00001

    1946

    Rivers: Erne eel weir.

  10. F007.33.00005

    F007.33.00005

    Panorama of a river running through the field alongside a road.

  11. F007.33.00006

    F007.33.00006

    A stony stream running through the grass beside a forest.

  12. F008.05.00001

    F008.05.00001

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  13. F008.05.00002

    F008.05.00002

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  14. F008.05.00003

    F008.05.00003

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  15. F008.05.00004

    F008.05.00004

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  16. F008.05.00005

    F008.05.00005

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  17. F008.05.00006

    F008.05.00006

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  18. F008.05.00012

    F008.05.00012

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  19. F008.05.00013

    F008.05.00013

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  20. F008.18.00001

    F008.18.00001

    1995

    Rocks: Unusual rock, near Cill Maolchéadair.

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Archival Reference

The Photographic Collection, E150.28.00001

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Date
May 1971
Location
Newry, Co. Down
Photographer
Michael J. Murphy
Archival information
Funeral: Stone alongside wall at River Street, Newry. One tradition claims that this stone came from Old Killeavy Graveyard, south Armagh, and was set at this spot so that before funerals turned up Quay Street to St. Mary's, coffins used be rested on it while mourners went into two pubs nearby to drink.
Format
Image
  • Negative
  • Black and white
  • Large