Type/Formats:
Photograph — StillImage
Media type:
image/tiff
Publisher:
Coimisiún Béaloideasa Éireann (CBÉ) / Irish Folklore Commission - Copyright
Type/Formats:
Photograph — StillImage
Media type:
image/tiff
Publisher:
Coimisiún Béaloideasa Éireann (CBÉ) / Irish Folklore Commission - Copyright
Date:
1922-1923
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributor:
FitzGerald, Desmond, 1888-1947
Abstract:
Photograph of a burned out and possibly looted shop; a member of the Special Constabulary is standing guard outside it and a Union Jack is fluttering overhead; two other policemen are standing to the left of the shop. [ … ]
Date:
1922-1923
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributor:
FitzGerald, Desmond, 1888-1947
Abstract:
Photograph of a burned out and possibly looted shop; a member of the Special Constabulary is standing guard outside it and a Union Jack is fluttering overhead.
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
Forrest & Sons clothing store, 100-101 Grafton Street, reconstructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1905-1907. The architect for these works was Charles Herbert Ashworth.
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
14-15 St. Andrew Street, reconstructed by G. & T. Crampton for M.J. McCabe, South City Markets in 1923-1925. The architect for these works may have been Thomas Joseph Cullen.
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
Daly's butcher shop, 7 Marino Mart, Fairview, constructed by G. & T. Crampton in approximately 1925. The architects were possibly Donnelly, Moore, & Keatinge.
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
Shop front for Robinson & Steele tailors, 11 Dawson Street, constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1922. The design was by Ralph Henry Byrne. The building no longer exists.
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
Shop front at 105-106 Grafton Street, constructed by G. & T. Crampton for Horton's clothing shop in 1924. The architect may have been Aubrey Vincent O'Rourke.
Dates:
1928-1929 — 1928
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
D'Olier House, D'Olier Street, reconstructed by G. & T. Crampton for T. & C. Martin, contractors and importers, in 1928-1929. The architect for these works was Ralph Henry Byrne. The building is has since been remodelled or replaced. [ … ]