Creator:
Manning, Kate
Dates:
1880-1975 — 1880
Type/Formats:
Collection — StillImage — Photographs
Contributor:
University College, Dublin. Archives Department
Abstract:
Collection of over 500 images, mostly single photographs but also some newspaper cuttings and a commercial photo album. The largest parts of the collection relate to the political and academic careers of Eoin MacNeill and his son-in-law Michael Tierney, with a strong emphasis on important events at... [ … ]
Date:
1920/1929
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Date:
1900/1910
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributor:
Arthur, John J.
Date:
1900/1910
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributor:
Murray, Father
Date:
1900/1910
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Contributor:
Arthur, John J.
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
The Royal Veterinary College, on Pembroke Road and Shelbourne Road, Ballsbridge, constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1900. The original architect was Laurence A. McDonnell. The building was extended by G. & T. Crampton in 1907. [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Picture — StillImage
Media type:
image/tiff
Contributor:
Irish Press (Dublin, Ireland)
Dates:
1914-1918 — 1914
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
Construction of University College Dublin, Earlsfort Terrace by G. & T. Crampton in 1914-1918. The architects were Doolin & Butler (Rudolph Maximilian Butler). The building is now the National Concert Hall. [ … ]
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
The Royal Veterinary College, on Pembroke Road and Shelbourne Road, Ballsbridge, constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1900. The original architect was Laurence A. McDonnell. The building was extended by G. & T. Crampton in 1907. [ … ]
Dates:
1965-1966 — 1965
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
Biochemistry Department, Trinity College Dublin, constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1965-1966. The building is now known as the Biochemistry Building.