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dc.contributor.authorO'Keeffe, Mauriceen_IE
dc.contributor.otherPower, Eddieen_IE
dc.descriptionOral history interview. Eddie Power, Age 56, Tallaght. Subject: A taxi driver's memories. Eddie Power went to school at St James's Drimnagh. He became a member of the Boy Scouts. He speaks of his experience with the organisation. He worked at Premier Dairies for eight years and in his seventies he worked as a taxi driver. He gives a great account of the ups and downs experienced by taxi drivers at that time. He also recalls the entertainment to be enjoyed and the great ballad pubs of the seventies and eighties. The length of this recording is fifty eight minutes and twenty one seconds.en_IE
dc.publisherMaurice and Jane O'Keeffeen_IE
dc.rightsReproduced with kind permission of Maurice O'Keeffe of Irish Life and Lore. South Dublin Libraries does not own the rights to this audio recording. If you wish to print or reproduce this audio you must obtain the permission of Irish Life and Lore. See
dc.subjectballad pubsen_IE
dc.subjectBoy Scoutsen_IE
dc.subjectSt James's School Drimnaghen_IE
dc.subjectPremier Dairiesen_IE
dc.subjecttaxi driveren_IE
dc.titleIrish Life and Lore Dublin South County Collection 1: Eddie Poweren_IE
Appears in Collections:Irish Life and Lore South Dublin County Collection
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