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Pete Crotty

Number: TT6
Title: Pete Crotty

Pete Crotty

Number: TT7
Title: Pete Crotty

Villierstown Ferry

Number: TT52
Title: Villierstown Ferry

View Of Dungarvan From Abbeyside

Number: UK5158
Title: View Of Dungarvan From Abbeyside

Lismore Castle From The River Blackwater

Number: UK4472
Title: Lismore Castle From The River Blackwater

Woman Spinning Wool In Lismore

Number: UK4471
Title: Woman Spinning Wool In Lismore

Bee Keeping Near Lismore

Number: UK4474
Title: Bee Keeping Near Lismore

Lace Making In Cappoquin

Number: UK4470
Title: Lace Making In Cappoquin

Two Destitute Children By The Side Of The Road

Number: UK4473
Title: Two Destitute Children By The Side Of The Road

Abbeyside National School Choir

Number: TT55
Title: Abbeyside National School Choir

Lismore Town

Number: UK3473
Title: Lismore Town

Metal Man And Towers, Tramore

Number: UK3474
Title: Metal Man And Towers, Tramore

Lismore Castle

Number: UK3469
Title: Lismore Castle

Lismore Castle

Number: UK3471
Title: Lismore Castle

Avenue And Entrance To Lismore Castle

Number: UK3467
Title: Avenue And Entrance To Lismore Castle

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Pete Crotty
A portrait of Dungarvan boxer Pete Crotty posing for a photograph outside his family home in Caseyville, Dungarvan. He is wearing a vest with the Amateur Boxing Association of Ireland crest. On the side board to the right of the photograph are trophies that Peter won during his boxing career.
TT6
Tobin, Tom
Circa 1950
Name Kept Private
700
549
http://bit.ly/K4Ta84
1
1405
Pete Crotty
A portrait of Dungarvan boxer Pete Crotty posing for a photograph. He is wearing a vest with the Amateur Boxing Association crest.
TT7
Tobin, Tom
Circa 1950
Name Kept Private
700
944
http://bit.ly/1gHeZGV
1
1406
Villierstown Ferry
A view of the Villierstown Ferry leaving Strancally slipway to journey across the River Blackwater. In the background is Villierstown Quay. There is a ”Nisssan Hut” type building at Villierstown Quay in which the council made concrete blocks.
TT52
Tobin, Tom
Circa 1948
Name Kept Private
700
540
http://bit.ly/JB39mb
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1434
View Of Dungarvan From Abbeyside
This is the earliest known drawing of Dungarvan. It originally appeared in ’The Antient And Present State of The County And City Of Waterford’ by Charles Smith (1715-1762) which was published in 1746
UK5158
Anthony Chearnley
Circa 1745
Name Kept Private
700
165
http://bit.ly/JB3sgG
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2863
Lismore Castle From The River Blackwater
Illustration from the ”English Illustrated Magazine” showing Lismore Castle on the right overlooking the River Blackwater.
UK4472
Unknown
1890
Name Kept Private
700
407
http://bit.ly/Krbhpo
1
2862
Woman Spinning Wool In Lismore
Illustration from the ”English Illustrated Magazine” showing a woman spinning wool in her cottage at Lismore.
UK4471
Unknown
1890
Name Kept Private
700
534
http://bit.ly/Krbhpq
1
2859
Bee Keeping Near Lismore
Illustration from the ”English Illustrated Magazine” of a lady, smoking bees near Lismore.
UK4474
Unknown
1890
Name Kept Private
700
535
http://bit.ly/Krbglk
1
2860
Lace Making In Cappoquin
Illustration from the ”English Illustrated Magazine” of a young girl lace making in Cappoquin.
UK4470
Unknown
1890
Name Kept Private
700
940
http://bit.ly/19VO0W3
1
2858
Two Destitute Children By The Side Of The Road
Illustration from the ”English Illustrated Magazine”, 1890 titled ”Evicted”. It shows two destitute children holding hands and carrying all their worldly goods. It purportedly shows a scene that the artist came across in the Lismore area of West Waterford.
UK4473
Unknown
1890
Name Kept Private
700
988
http://bit.ly/Krbglm
1
2861
Abbeyside National School Choir
A group of boys from Abbeyside National School Choir who possibly took part in Feile Na Scoil posing for a photograph. The names of the boy are, from the front row left to right: Felix Shields, Donal Power, Seán Spillane, Jimmy Byrne, Paddy Hourigan, Ciaran Lynch. Middle (L to R) James Foley, Tony Burke, Tony Mulcahy, Joseph Dowling, Ian Walsh, Seamus Casey, Larry Cliffe, Johnny Young, Dermot Kelly, back row (L to R) Paddy Cashin, Martin Nicholson, Eugene Dwane, Michael Fives, Brendan Hally, Pat Gordon, Brendan Kennedy and Greg Fives.
TT55
Tobin, Tom
Circa 1961
Name Kept Private
700
553
http://bit.ly/19Idqc8
1
1437
Lismore Town
Lismore Town in the background. In the foreground is a road bordered with stone walls leading to the town.
UK3473
Philip G. Hunt
Circa 1910
Name Kept Private
700
491
http://bit.ly/KrbhFG
1
2848
Metal Man And Towers, Tramore
Metal Man to the left and Towers to its right, with an unidentified lady with two children sitting on a bank in the foreground.
UK3474
Philip G. Hunt
Circa 1910
Name Kept Private
700
473
http://bit.ly/1lIMKI8
1
2847
Lismore Castle
Front elevation of Lismore Castle as seen from the Castle Courtyard. Much of the building is covered in ivy.
UK3469
Philip G. Hunt
Circa 1910
Name Kept Private
700
485
http://bit.ly/KrbgBG
1
2852
Lismore Castle
Lismore Castle as seen from Lismore Bridge with the River Blackwater in the foreground.
UK3471
Philip G. Hunt
Circa 1910
Name Kept Private
700
488
http://bit.ly/KrbgBI
1
2850
Avenue And Entrance To Lismore Castle
Avenue and entrance to Lismore Castle.
UK3467
Philip G. Hunt
Circa 1910
Name Kept Private
700
492
http://bit.ly/KrbhFK
1
2854

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