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Curran Collection - Photographs

Abstract Collection of photographs compiled by Constantine Peter Curran, 1880-1972.

In collection

Date
1800/1999
Genre
Photographs
Extent
60 items
Type of resource
still image
Location of original
Original items located in UCD Library Special Collections.
Repository
UCD Library Special Collections
Irish Virtual Research Library and Archive
Language
English
Biographical History
Constantine Peter Curran [usu. C. P. Curran], 1880-1972; ed. O’Connell Schools (CBS) and UCD, was a lawyer and a historian of 18th century Dublin architecture, sculpture and plasterwork, with a life-long interest in art and literature.
Acquisition Information
University College Dublin acquired part of Curran’s library, and his manuscript collection, in 1972, from Curran’s daughter (Elizabeth Curran Solterer).
Scope and Content
This collection of 60 photographs is contained in the Curran Collection, UCD Library Special Collections. Comprises photographs of James Joyce and his family, John Francis Byrne, Paul Léon, Albert Power, Douglas Hyde, George Russell (A.E.), the Sheehy sisters, Padraic Colum, Thomas Kettle, Eoin Mac Neill, Osborn Bergin, and George Clancy, amongst others. It also includes photographs of sculptures, paintings and different views of Dublin.
Arrangement
Each photograph is numbered consecutively, from CUR.P.5 to CUR.P.70. Some items were not in their folders and could not be scanned. Some items were duplicates and were not scanned.
Processing Information
Listed by Norma Jessop.
Subjects
Joyce, James, 1882-1941-- Photographs
Dublin (Ireland)-- Photographs

Related Material
The photographs collection is contained in the wider collection of books and papers of Constantine Peter Curran. His book collection in UCD includes editions from the Irish literary revival, and some James Joyce first editions. His manuscript collection consists principally of some 400 letters. The letters are mostly to Constantine Curran, but some are to his wife Helen (Laird) Curran, and a group are addressed to Thomas Kettle. Among Curran’s literary correspondents were George William Russell (AE), Jack B. Yeats, W.B. Yeats, James Joyce, relatives and friends of Joyce, and scholars with an interest in Joyce’s life and writing.
Other Descriptive Information
Records for photographs CUR.P.17 to CUR.P.70 are available in UCD Library catalogue.

Record source
Finding aid encoded in EAD by the Irish Virtual Research Library and Archive (IVRLA) - D.M. & A.C., April 2008.

Finding aid author
Norma Jessop
CUR P 5 [Photograph of a Sodality, Belvedere School, Dublin, including James Joyce.]   [View...]
CUR P 6b [Photograph of James Joyce with another man, standing in a field, with a cottage in the background.]   [View...]
CUR P 7 [Photograph of James Joyce with his wife Nora, son Giorgio and daughter Lucia.]   [View...]
CUR P 10 [Photograph of Giorgio Joyce and his wife, Helen Fleischmann Kastor.]   [View...]
CUR P 11 [Photograph of Mr. John Francis Byrne ('Cranly').]   [View...]
CUR P 12 [Photograph of Mr. John Francis Byrne ('Cranly').]   [View...]
CUR P 13 [Photograph of Constantine Curran with Paul Léon.]   [View...]
CUR P 14 [Photograph of James Joyce as a boy.]   [View...]
CUR P 15a [Photograph of a grocery shop front, number 66, The Dorno, on Eccles Street, Dublin.]   [View...]
CUR P 15b [Photograph of a church spire on Eccles Street, Dublin.]   [View...]
CUR P 15c [Photograph of houses on Eccles Street, Dublin.]   [View...]
CUR P 15d [Photograph of houses on Eccles Street, Dublin.]   [View...]
CUR P 15e [Photograph of houses on Eccles Street, Dublin.]   [View...]
CUR P 15 [Negatives of Eccles Street photographs.]   [View...]
CUR P 16 [Photograph of a sodality certificate signed by James Joyce.]   [View...]
CUR P 17 [Photograph of a bust of James Stephens by sculptor Albert Power.]   [View...]
CUR P 18 [Photograph of a bust of James Stephens by sculptor Albert Power.]   [View...]
CUR P 19 [Photograph of the sculptor Albert Power working on a bust of James Stephens.]   [View...]
CUR P 20 [Photograph of the sculptor Albert Power working on a bust of James Stephens, as Stephens looks on.]   [View...]
CUR P 21 [Photograph of Dr. Douglas Hyde.]   [View...]
CUR P 22 [Photograph of George Russell (A. E.).]   [View...]
CUR P 23 [Photograph of an oil painting of George Russell (A. E.), looking intently.]   [View...]
CUR P 24 [Photograph of an oil painting of George Russell (A. E.), looking intently.]   [View...]
CUR P 25 [Photograph (portrait) of George Russell (A. E.).]   [View...]
CUR P 26 [Photograph of the Sheehy sisters, Hanna, Mary and Kathleen, and an unidentified woman.]   [View...]
CUR P 27 [Photograph of a bust of W. B. Yeats by sculptor Albert Power - profile.]   [View...]
CUR P 28 [Photograph of a bust of W. B. Yeats by sculptor Albert Power - profile.]   [View...]
CUR P 29 [Photograph of a bust of W. B. Yeats by sculptor Albert Power - facing forward.]   [View...]
CUR P 30 [Photograph of a bust of W. B. Yeats by sculptor Albert Power - 3/4 profile.]   [View...]
CUR P 31 [Photograph of the bust of W. B. Yeats by sculptor Albert Power, RHA - profile, tilted.]   [View...]
CUR P 32 [Photograph of Padraic Colum, sitting on a wall.]   [View...]
CUR P 33 [Photograph of Padraic Colum, sitting on a wall.]   [View...]
CUR P 34 [Photograph of Padraic Colum and Constantine Curran.]   [View...]
CUR P 35 [Photograph of Padraic Colum sitting on a wall - profile.]   [View...]
CUR P 36 [Photograph of a sketched portrait of Padraic Colum.]   [View...]
CUR P 37 [Photograph of Padraic Colum - profile.]   [View...]
CUR P 38 [Photograph of Padraic Colum.]   [View...]
CUR P 39 [Photograph of Thomas Kettle seated in a deck chair in a garden.]   [View...]
CUR P 40 [Photograph of Thomas Kettle sitting on an upright chair in a garden.]   [View...]
CUR P 41 [Photograph of Thomas Kettle.]   [View...]
CUR P 42 [Photograph of Thomas Kettle with University College Dublin Choral Union, seated in a garden.]   [View...]
CUR P 43 [Photograph of Thomas Kettle and members of the University College Dublin Cui Bono Club.]   [View...]
CUR P 44 [Photograph of Thomas Kettle and members of the University College Dublin Cui Bono Club.]   [View...]
CUR P 45 [Photograph of Thomas Kettle and members of the University College Dublin Cui Bono Club.]   [View...]
CUR P 46 [Photograph of Thomas Kettle and members of the University College Dublin Cui Bono Club.]   [View...]
CUR P 47 [Photograph of Thomas Kettle and members of the University College Dublin Cui Bono Club.]   [View...]
CUR P 48 [Portrait photograph of two girls and a younger boy; part of the Joyce family?]   [View...]
CUR P 49 [Photograph of Eoin MacNeill in the Accountant General's Office, Four Courts, Dublin.]   [View...]
CUR P 50 [Photograph of Osborn Bergin.]   [View...]
CUR P 51 [Portrait photograph of Osborn Bergin.]   [View...]
CUR P 59 [Photograph of George Clancy, Professor Edmund Hogan and Seumas O'Kelly.]   [View...]
CUR P 60 [Photograph of George Clancy, Professor Edmund Hogan, and Seumas O'Kelly.]   [View...]
CUR P 61 [Photograph of George Clancy, Professor Edmund Hogan, and Seumas O'Kelly.]   [View...]
CUR P 62 [Photograph of Professor Cadric and French class: John Marcus O'Sullivan, George Clancy, Seumas Clandillon, Seumas O'Kelly, J. Lennon, under a tree.]   [View...]
CUR P 63 [Photograph of Professor Cadric and French class: John Marcus O'Sullivan, George Clancy, Seumas Clandillon, Seumas O'Kelly, J. Lennon.]   [View...]
CUR P 64 [Photograph of a painting, by an unknown artist, depicting a (courtyard?) scene in Dublin with the Four Courts in the background.]   [View...]
CUR P 66 [Photograph of George Sigerson and D.J. O'Donoghue beside the pond in St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, when choosing a site for the Mangan Memorial.]   [View...]
CUR P 67 [Photograph of George Sigerson and D.J. O'Donoghue beside the pond in St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, when choosing a site for the Mangan Memorial.]   [View...]
CUR P 68 [Photograph of George Sigerson and D.J. O'Donoghue beside the pond in St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, when choosing a site for the Mangan Memorial.]   [View...]
CUR P 70 [Photograph of Padraic Colum in Mrs. Dryhurst's garden.]   [View...]

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