[Interview with Edward Kendellan (Retired Brushmaker), Ringsend Dublin. Collected by Éilís Ní Dhuibhne.] - UCD Digital Library
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Interview with Edward Kendellan (Retired Brushmaker), Ringsend Dublin. Collected by Éilís Ní Dhuibhne.

In collection Urban Folklore Project (Dublin)

Origin information
5 George's Lane (St. Patrick's Villas), Ringsend, Dublin 4, Ireland
Date created:
Type of Resource
sound recording-nonmusical
Physical description
1 sound recording (00:17:11) : digital — Reformating quality: preservation (audio/wav) — Digital origin: reformatted digital
An access file in MP3 format (audio/mpeg) is available.
Languages
English  
Table of Contents
Brushmaking (00:00:00) -- Apprenticeship (00:00:21) -- Types of brushes (00:03:33) -- Brush companies (00:05:22) -- Work conditions, pay and employment (00:06:38) -- National Society for Brushmakers (00:07:10) -- Work conditions (00:07:30) -- Apprenticeship (00:08:50) -- Brush trade (00:10:30) -- Names for brushes (00:11:05) -- Machinery (00:11:55) -- Strikes (00:12:38) -- Wakes (00:13:20) -- Local characters (00:15:00) -- Local places of interest (00:15:53)
Genre
Interview   linked data (lctgm)
Subject
St. Patrick's Villas, Ringsend (Dublin, Ireland)-- Ireland Leinster Dublin Dublin Ringsend
National Society of Brushmakers
Brooms and brushes   linked data (lcsh)
Wages   linked data (lcsh)
Work environment   linked data (lcsh)
Apprenticeship programs   linked data (lcsh)
Wake services   linked data (lcsh)
Strikes and lockouts--Dublin (Ireland)   linked data (lcsh)
Characters and characteristics   linked data (lcsh)
Interviews--Dublin (Ireland)   linked data (lcsh)
Kendellan, Edward
Location
UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore and Linguistics. UCD Delargy Centre for Irish Folklore and the National Folklore Collection. Urban Folklore Project (Dublin). UFP0053

Record source
Metadata creation date: 2007-02-14

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