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Photographs relating to the 1916 Rising.
Photographs of sites and buildings associated with the 1916 Rising.
Photographs of Travellers taken by Alen MacWeeney between 1965 and 1971
Granite has been quarried in Ballyknockan for almost 200 years. Almost everything in the village, from the farmhouses and cottages to the walls is made from local stone.
Photographs of pre-development Lucan
Historical items donated by the local community
Collection of items related to Clondalkin Paper Mills
Covid Memories was a project involving local schools and was part of South Dublin County Council's Decade of Centenaries programme.
Photographs relating to the history of Dublin Fire Brigade, particulary during the Irish Revolutionary Period.
Photographs from Elizabeth Cleary's exhibition 'Corners of Tallaght'
Aerial Photographs of South Dublin County, taken in 2009.
Rathfarnham Shopping Centre Fashion Show Photos
Photographs taken in South Dublin County by Father Brown S.J.. Reproduced by kind permission of the Irish Picture Library.
Selection of images from Garda Siochána archives
Photographs of the Travelling Community, Rathfarnham in 1971/1972.
Aerial Photographs of South Dublin County, taken in 2004.
Photographs from George McCormack's collection from Ireland's show and circus community from the 1920s-1950s
Images relating to the Jacobs biscuit factory
1920s and 1930s photographs of Saggart.
Photographs from the NIAH South Dublin County survey.
Photographs from the South West Express newspaper archive.
A survey of the thatched houses in County Dublin, carried out by the Office of Public Works in 1986
Images and drawings related to the architect T.J. Byrne.
Photographs from the Comtec Media Project collection of photographs taken in Tallaght in 2000.
Photos relating to the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Tallaght
Glass slides of photographs taken in the Holy Land. They were first exhibited in Clondalkin Library in 1911.
Images relating to the Urney Chocolate Factory, which was located on the Belgard Road in Tallaght.
A collection of archival material relating to War Poet Winifred Mabel Letts.
Archive relating to Woodville House, which stood between St. Edmundsbury and Hermitage in Lucan.