Dates:
1900-1949 — 1900
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Abstract:
Postcard sized photograph of young boarders in school uniforms, holding tennis racquets. On the verso of the photograph is written 'Loreto Archive, pupils Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham'.
Type/Formats:
Text — Pamphlet
Media type:
image/tiff
Publisher:
P. Traynor
Contributors:
O'Byrne, Owen — Doherty, William James
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Painting
Media type:
image/tiff
Contributors:
Ashford, William, 1746-1824 — Huband Smith, - — Mossop, Elizabeth
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Painting
Media type:
image/tiff
Contributors:
Roberts, Thomas, c. 1749-1778 — Huband Smith, - — Mossop, Elizabeth
Type/Formats:
Text — Pamphlet
Media type:
image/tiff
Publisher:
Printed by John Hughes
Contributors:
O'Kelley, Francis J. — Hughes, R. J.
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Aerial photographs
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Abstract:
Aerial photograph of Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham showing the farm yard (upper right hand corner of photograph, marked with an x). The Annals Loreto Abbey Rathfarnham 1913-1916 refer to two workmen employed on this farm who participated in the rising. The height from which the photograph was taken is... [ … ]
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Painting
Media type:
image/tiff
Contributors:
Beranger, Gabriel, ca. 1729-1817 — Huband Smith, - — Mossop, Elizabeth
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Painting
Media type:
image/tiff
Contributors:
Seymour, -, Rev. — Huband Smith, - — Mossop, Elizabeth
Dates:
1900-1949 — 1900
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Postcards
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Abstract:
Postcard of Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham, depicting the front lawn, a pupil playing with a dog, and farm workers mowing and saving hay on the back lawn.
Creator:
Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Loreto Abbey Rathfarnham
Dates:
1916-04-24-1916-05-09 — 1916-04-24
Type/Formats:
Text — Diaries
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Abstract:
This contemporaneous account of Easter Rising 1916 captures the uncertainty, the confusion and the anxiety experienced by the religious community and their concern for their Sisters in Dublin city centre communities (i.e. 43 North Great George’s Street, 53 St Stephen’s Green & 77 St Stephen’s... [ … ]