Photographs

  1. A015.24.00014

    A015.24.00014

    The Dwelling-house: Old house (Delargy's) in Glenariffe.

  2. A015.24.00021

    A015.24.00021

    1956

    The Dwelling-house: rear view of the Rourkes house, Ballintoy; brothers Albert and Hugh live in end nearest camera.

  3. A015.24.00024

    A015.24.00024

    1956

    The Dwelling-house: Thatched houses, Dunseverick. The Milltown, Dunseverick

  4. A015.24.00025

    A015.24.00025

    1956

    The Dwelling-house: Thatched houses, Dunseverick. The Milltown, Dunseverick

  5. A015.24.00027

    A015.24.00027

    The Dwelling House: Window in Mickey Joe Anderson's house, bulls eyes in pane, Rathlin Island.

  6. A015.25.00001

    A015.25.00001

    1966

    Settlement & Agriculture: South Armagh. Thatched house and roped hay stacks weighted with stones at Micky Kelly's, Dromintee, Newry. Possibly last bit of thatch surviving in parish [Michael J. Murphy, 1966]. Manner of roping stack, with piece of sacking on top once the familiar method of saving hay and straw in area.

  7. A015.25.00002

    A015.25.00002

    1962

    South Armagh: Faughil, Dromintee-Jonesboro. Thatch types: Oaten straw thatch on house of late Micky Bennet. Only recently closed on death of owner [1962], door facing north.

  8. A015.25.00003

    A015.25.00003

    1964

    Settlement: Dweling House, county Armagh. Larry McAllister's, Fathom, and Larry himself. His father was a noted storyteller, from whom the late Dan Rooney of Lurgancanty, county Down. Learned many tales and traditions. (Michael J. Murphy [1964])

  9. A015.25.00009

    A015.25.00009

    The Dwelling-house: House, Dromintee.

  10. A015.25.00012

    A015.25.00012

    1965

    Mickey Kelly's, Dromintee. Known locally as Anne Corney's (Anne was Kelly's mother). Last thatch surviving in Dromintee [1965] apart from Paddy McShane's, Mountain Road. (Michael J. Murphy)

  11. A015.25.00013

    A015.25.00013

    1963

    Dwelling Type: Paddy McShane's, Slieve Gullion on Dromintee mountain road. View towards west. Last inhabited house under thatch on this road and in area [in 1963]. No window in back (close up of this house in earlier batches of negs). (Michael J. Murphy)

  12. A015.25.00018

    A015.25.00018

    1964

    Annie O'Hare's: Carrickbroad, Dromintee (known as Annie Tarley). Michael J. Murphy remembers this house thatched: "Grass on the roof is said to be used to 'deaden the sound of the rain on the galvanised sheeting'. I do not recall older parts, showing built up fireplace, roofed."

  13. A015.25.00028

    A015.25.00028

    1970

    The Dwelling-house: House clusters; Callans and Babes. Known as "The Bahwin" (Bawn). Also O'Hare's and Kearney's.

  14. A015.25.00029

    A015.25.00029

    1970

    The Dwelling-house: House clusters; Callans and Babes. Known as "The Bahwin" (Bawn). Also O'Hare's and Kearney's.

  15. A015.25.00032

    A015.25.00032

    1966

    The Dwelling-house: Empty house of Barney McDonald, with window in gable.

  16. A015.25.00042

    A015.25.00042

    1962

    The Dwelling-house: Two-roomed house, with wooden partition, Dromintee. Once used as a dance-house.

  17. A015.25.00043

    A015.25.00043

    1962

    The Dwelling-house: Two-roomed house, with wooden partition, Dromintee. Once used as a dance-house. Paddy Feety's. Loft over room.

  18. A015.25.00057

    A015.25.00057

    1963

    House type: On Dromintee Mountain Road or Slieve Gullion Mountain Road. Room and kitchen, right: wooden partition as division. Formerly Ketty Bucks, now used as a pig house [1963]. Michael J. Murphy lived in this house 1946-1948.

  19. A015.25.00058

    A015.25.00058

    1971

    Ornamental iron gate pillars at Haughey's, Forkhill, south Armagh. Place formerly residence of Brooks of Forkhill.

  20. A015.25.00059

    A015.25.00059

    1971

    Ornamental iron gate pillars at Haughey's, Forkhill, south Armagh. Place formerly residence of Brooks of Forkhill.

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Archival Reference

The Photographic Collection, A015.24.00021

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