Photographs

  1. 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.

  2. E160.34.00002

    E160.34.00002

    1939

    Graveyard with a large shrine.

  3. E166.19.00001

    E166.19.00001

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

  4. F007.03.00005

    F007.03.00005

    Rivers: Newport.

  5. F007.06.00001

    F007.06.00001

    Rocky stream with trees.

  6. F007.29.00001

    F007.29.00001

    1946

    Rivers: Erne eel weir.

  7. F007.33.00005

    F007.33.00005

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

  8. F007.33.00006

    F007.33.00006

    A stony stream running through the grass beside a forest.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. 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.

  17. F008.18.00001

    F008.18.00001

    1995

    Rocks: Unusual rock, near Cill Maolchéadair.

  18. F008.24.00001

    F008.24.00001

    1956

    Rocks: 'The Grey Man', natural effigy in columnar pillar of rock at Fair Head.

  19. F008.24.00002

    F008.24.00002

    Rocks: "The White/Grey Lady" - limestone rock resembling effigy of woman.

  20. F008.24.00003

    F008.24.00003

    Rocks: "The White/Grey Lady" - limestone rock resembling effigy of woman.

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Archival Reference

The Photographic Collection, E160.34.00002

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