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Yankee Clipper at Foynes Flying Boat Museum
'Yankee Clipper' a replica of the Boeing 134 'flying boat' typical of the long range transatlantic amphibious luxury aircraft which flew for Pan American World Airways.
Courtesy of Foynes Flying Boat Museum
Athlone Institute of Technology Library
The physical library service consists of two locations, The Main Campus Library (called Goldsmith Library), and a comprehensively stocked Nursing and Health Science Library located on the AIT East Campus.
Courtesy of Athlone Institute of Technology
To commemorate the 100th anniversary since the Titanic’s visit to Queenstown (Cobh) and her ill fated disaster, there will be a new exhibition on the ordinary life in Queenstown (Cobh) during the Titanic’s visit and will include many previously unseen artefacts including the unique and highly sought after Harbour Pilots Log. The exhibition titled "Titanic Reflections and Reactions Queenstown 1912" and will run daily from mid-March to October 2012.
Courtesy of Cobh Museum
Institute of Technology Tralee Library
The library service in IT Tralee operates on both the North and South Campus. The Library & Information Resources (LIRC) building, which is located in the North Campus in Dromthacker, has seating for 400 students over three floors. The South Campus Library, which is located in Clash, has 86 study spaces. The library also provides: an online catalogue of its books; photocopying and printing facilities; and access to a wide range of Internet and online database services to cater for the needs of academics, students and library staff.
Courtesy of Institute of Technology Tralee Library
Powerscourt is home to one of the world’s great gardens and is located 20km south of Dublin City Centre. Set against the backdrop of the great Sugarloaf Mountain , Powerscourt features Italian, Rose and Kitchen Gardens and over 200 varieties of trees, shrubs and flowers.
Courtesy of Powerscourt Estate
Minutes of the Board of Guardians
Minutes of the Board of Guardians at the Clare County Archives, Clare County Archives, Áras Contae an Chláir, New Road, Ennis, Co. Clare
Courtesy of the Clare County Archives
St. Mary's Parochial House
St. Mary's Parochial House is situated in a late 18th century house in the church grounds of St. Mary's. It was the home of the Ingram, Arthur and Carr familes and from 1847 to 1982 it was the presbytery of St. Mary's parish. It was restored in 1997 as a parish centre.
Courtesy of National Inventory of Architectural Heritage - Dept of Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht
The National Leprechaun Museum
The National Leprechaun Museum takes visitors on an entertaining journey through the folklore and fairy tales of the Irish people and how Leprechauns are depicted in modern popular culture.
(c) The National Leprechaun Museum
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Donegal County Museum Brochure
The Donegal County Museum is based in a fine old stone building, which was once part of the Letterkenny Workhouse, opened in 1845. The Museum houses a substantial collection of artefacts relating to the history and heritage of County Donegal.
Hussey De Burgh, U.H., The Landowners Of Ireland, Dublin: Hodges, Foster and Figgis, 1878
The Landowners of Ireland by U.H. Hussey Figgis, is a comprehensive survey of landowners across the island of Ireland in the late 19th century.
Dublin City Public Libraries
D.J. O'Donoghue, The Life and Writings of James Clarence Mangan, Dublin: M. H. Gill and Son, 1897
The Writings of James Clarence Mangan by D. J. O' Donoghue is a biography interspersed with the writings of of the 19th century poet, essayist and Irish nationalist.
Dublin City Public Libraries