Creators:
University College Dublin. National Folklore Collection--Coláiste Ollscoile, Baile Átha Cliath. Cnuasach Bhéaloideas Éireann — Irish Folklore Commission--Coimisiún Béaloideasa Éireann
Date:
1900-
Type/Formats:
Collection — StillImage — Photographs
Contributors:
Dublin City University. Fiontar--Ollscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath. Fiontar Scoil na Gaeilge — Ireland. Department of Arts, Culture, and the Gaeltacht--Éireann. Roinn Ealaíon, Cultúir, agus Gaeltachta‏ — University College Dublin--Coláiste Ollscoile, Baile Átha Cliath — National Folklore Foundation--Fondúireacht Bhéaloideas Éireann
Abstract:
Selection of photographs from the National Folklore Collection which illustrates the work of the Irish Folklore Commission and its successors.Rogha grianghraf ó Chnuasach Bhéaloideas Éireann a léiríonn saothar Choimisiún Bhéaloideas Éireann agus a comharba.Fence-gap, Carraroe.Scraw turf drying at roadside.fence "gates", near Inver. [ … ]
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributors:
Murphy, Michael J., 1913-1996 — McLeigh, James
Abstract:
Elf stone; rope is permanently through hole in cente. Narrator said: "You put a stick in the field and put the rope over it, that kept witches and witchcraft off your cattle." The stone is granite. At house of James McLeigh, Seavaghan, Loughlinisland. [ … ]
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributors:
Murphy, Michael J., 1913-1996 — McLeigh, James
Abstract:
Elf stone; rope is permanently through hole in cente. Narrator said: "You put a stick in the field and put the rope over it , that kept witches and witchcraft off your cattle." The stone is granite. At house of James McLeigh, Seavaghan. [ … ]
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributor:
Ó Danachair, Caoimhín, 1913-2002
Abstract:
Curative holed stone, Inch.
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributor:
Curtin, Maurice
Abstract:
Statues, Omeath.
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributor:
Ó Danachair, Caoimhín, 1913-2002
Abstract:
Curative holed stone, Inch.
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributor:
Murphy, Michael J., 1913-1996
Abstract:
The Bat: "This bat flew through an upstairs window, down the stairs, and I thought the divil had arrived to smash the lamp, a Tilley type. I was reading; everyone else in bed. I had to kill it to save them." [ … ]
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributor:
Curtin, Maurice
Abstract:
Statues, Omeath.