Type/Formats:
Crucifixes — StillImage
Publisher:
UCD-OFM Partnership - Copyright
Contributors:
Krasnodębska-D'Aughton, Małgorzata — Dawson, Elizabeth — Keenan, Brian
Date:
1914-
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Postcards
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Abstract:
Remains of a calvary at the edge of a road at the Oise front.
Type/Formats:
Text — Issue
Contributors:
Curran, Constantine Peter — Mac Neill, Eoin, 1867-1945 — University College, Dublin — Dawson, William, 1877-1934 — Kettle, Tom, 1880-1916 [ … ]
Abstract:
An issue of the University College Dublin magazine, which aimed to be a record of University life. Contributors were mainly University staff and students. A typical issue includes an editorial, articles of a literary or humorous nature, book reviews, notes from University societies, and reports from... [ … ]
Creator:
University College, Dublin
Type/Formats:
Text — Issue
Contributor:
O'Rourke, Charles (Editor)
Abstract:
UCD News was an internal, informal publication published initially by the Information Officer and later by the Office of Public Affairs for the staff and students of University College Dublin. It's aim was to be an informal news magazine rather than an official publication and a typical issue... [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Text — Issue
Contributors:
Clery, Arthur, 1879-1932 — University College, Dublin — Kennedy, Hugh, 1879-1936 — Murnaghan, J. A. (James Augustine), 1881- — Hackett, Felix Edward [ … ]
Abstract:
An issue of the University College Dublin magazine, which aimed to be a record of University life. Contributors were mainly University staff and students. A typical issue includes an editorial, articles of a literary or humorous nature, book reviews, notes from University societies, and reports from... [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Text — Issue
Contributors:
Clery, Arthur, 1879-1932 — Curran, Constantine Peter — University College, Dublin — Doyle, John P., fl. 1903 — Kettle, Tom, 1880-1916 [ … ]
Abstract:
An issue of the University College Dublin magazine, which aimed to be a record of University life. Contributors were mainly University staff and students. A typical issue includes an editorial, articles of a literary or humorous nature, book reviews, notes from University societies, and reports from... [ … ]