Maps of Dublin accompanying Thom's Official Directory


Nine Thom’s maps of the city and environs of Dublin from the collection of the School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Policy (GPEP). Printed by the Ordnance Survey for the Dublin publisher Alexander Thom from the six-inch map sheets 18 and 22, and dating from the late 19th century. The maps have been annotated with hand written dates made by Dr. Arnold Horner, formerly of GPEP, and based on information in J.H. Andrew’s article "Medium and message in early six-inch Irish Ordnance Maps: the case of Dublin city". These loose maps were originally published in Thom’s annual Almanac and Official Directory.

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Dataset comprising photographic documentation of 444 buildings in Dublin, Ireland


Photographic data regarding 444 builings in Dublin, Ireland, comprising primarily multi-layer images in Adobe PhotoShop (PSD) format. The majority of images consist of one or more photographic images that have been manpulated to create a single ortorectified image of a structure; a structure may be represented by more than one PSD file, such that 516 images in total are included in the dataset.

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Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), requesting information or lore on '[Nefrat], divinité des grains'.


Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), requesting information or lore on '[Nefrat], divinité des grains'.

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Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), offering his theory on the Egyptian origins of Phoenician and Greek civilisation.


Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), offering his theory on the Egyptian origins of Phoenician and Greek civilisation.

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Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), asking Baillie not to take 'those cards, that diptych' too seriously. Refers to Caphtor and clarifies several points on Egyptian grammar.


Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), asking Baillie not to take 'those cards, that diptych' too seriously. Refers to Caphtor and clarifies several points on Egyptian grammar.

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Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), referring to several Greek and Egyptian words; and asking Baillie's opinion on the Home Rule Bill.


Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), referring to several Greek and Egyptian words; and asking Baillie's opinion on the Home Rule Bill.

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Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), referring to an upcoming visit to Baillie and the origins of Caphtor, said to be Kepht-ur in Greater Phoenicia.


Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), referring to an upcoming visit to Baillie and the origins of Caphtor, said to be Kepht-ur in Greater Phoenicia.

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Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), in which he refers to two books on Egypt and discusses several Greek/Egyptian words.


Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), in which he refers to two books on Egypt and discusses several Greek/Egyptian words.

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UCD News


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 included general news and notices from around the University, news from clubs and societies, correspondence, and appointments.

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Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), referring to his theory on 'Ra-t'Amenti'; Egyptian influences on Crete and Greece; and the Egyptian degradation of their gods to kings and heroes.


Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), referring to his theory on 'Ra-t'Amenti'; Egyptian influences on Crete and Greece; and the Egyptian degradation of their gods to kings and heroes.

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Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), discussing the etymology of certain words; the influence of 'Sanskritists' on Baillie's work; the unreliability of certain etymologies; and his theory about Egyptian influence on Greek religious thought.


Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), discussing the etymology of certain words; the influence of 'Sanskritists' on Baillie's work; the unreliability of certain etymologies; and his theory about Egyptian influence on Greek religious thought.

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Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), discussing Greek/Egyptian words; the tradition of a Phoenician foundation of Thebes; the Egyptian colonisation of Crete; the name 'Aphrodite'; and an upcoming visit to Baillie.


Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), discussing Greek/Egyptian words; the tradition of a Phoenician foundation of Thebes; the Egyptian colonisation of Crete; the name 'Aphrodite'; and an upcoming visit to Baillie.

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St. Stephen's: a record of University life


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 schools, in particular the Medical School. This issue includes an article by Uan Uladh (Úna Ní Fhaircheallaigh / Agnes Winifred O'Farrelly).

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St. Stephen's: a record of University life


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 schools, in particular the Medical School.

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St. Stephen's: a record of University life


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 schools, in particular the Medical School. This issue includes an article by Uan Uladh (Úna Ní Fhaircheallaigh / Agnes Winifred O'Farrelly) and a letter to the editor from Francis Sheehy-Skeffington.

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University College Dublin and its Building Plans


University College Dublin and its Building Plans

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St. Stephen's: a record of University life


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 schools, in particular the Medical School. This issue includes a letter from Dr. Delany, President of University College, on the University question and the funding of Irish Universities.

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Letter from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie, discussing the death of [Martin] Geldart; friends at Oxford who died by suicide. Mentions Geldart's autobiography. Refers to his collection of letters; his correspondence with Baillie; [John] Hannah and MacFarlane; his melancholy; Gladstone; and his work in Ireland.


Letter from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie, discussing the death of [Martin] Geldart; friends at Oxford who died by suicide. Mentions Geldart's autobiography. Refers to his collection of letters; his correspondence with Baillie; [John] Hannah and MacFarlane; his melancholy; Gladstone; and his work in Ireland.

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UCD News


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 included general news and notices from around the University, news from clubs and societies, correspondence, and appointments.

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St. Stephen's: a record of University life


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 schools, in particular the Medical School.

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St. Stephen's: a record of University life


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 schools, in particular the Medical School. This issue includes a report in "From the societies" on James Joyce's paper about James Clarence Mangan.

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UCD News


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 included general news and notices from around the University, news from clubs and societies, correspondence, and appointments. This issue includes an article on the socio-economic background of UCD Students.

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UCD News


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 included general news and notices from around the University, news from clubs and societies, correspondence, and appointments.

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