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Photographs and images
CAIN Web Service: Bibliographies, Databases, Electronic Services.
This area of the CAIN website provides access to bibliographies, biographies, photographs, maps and documents on the conflict in Northern Ireland. See
also the main entry for the CAIN Web Service.
Census of Ireland, 1901/1911
Digital project of the National Archives of Ireland and Library and Archive Canada. The records in the Census of Ireland for 1901 and 1911, may be searched
and forms viewed online. The website includes chapters early 20th century Ireland, with accompanying photographs.
Counties in time
Call Number: HESB GEN CS 484 .C686 2004
Provides a sample of records held in the National Archives of Ireland for each of Ireland's 32 counties, covering the period from late 16th century to
mid-20th century. Includes scanned images or transcriptions of documents reflecting local history, with timelines, glossary, and photographic images supplementing county histories.
Leabhar mór - the Great Book of Gaelic
An Leabhar Mór - the Great Book of Gaelic is an anthology composed of the work of poets, artists and calligraphers from Ireland and Scotland. The associated
exhibition and selection of poems are on the website of the journal, Archipelago. The pages of the book may be viewed on the Leabhar Mór website.
Archipelago exhibition of An Leabhar Mór.
Murals of Northern Ireland
A collection of images of murals from Northern Ireland, principally West Belfast, Republican and Loyalist, painted during the recent period of Troubles,
and photographed by Tony Crowley. The collection is published by Scripps College: Humanities Department, 1997. Images and copyright belong to Tony Crowley.
"Contains over 3,000 posters and images on the Northern Ireland conflict, drawn from the Linen Hall Library's world-renowned Northern Ireland Political
Collection. Features include descriptive notes for each of the entries, essays on the main events and issues of the past three decades, and voice recordings of the key players who have created posters and used them in major campaigns."--Container.