Encounters with women in Irish theatre history
Our garden, gardens visited, occasional thoughts and book reviews
This is not an Oxymoron
It's all about the photos.....
Archaeology -- Pseudoarchaeology -- School -- The good, bad, and the ugly about life in the trenches and life as a student
Welcome to the UCD Library Cultural Heritage Collections blog. Discover and explore the historical treasures housed within our Archives, Special Collections, National Folklore Collection and Digital Library
The wonder of plants and fungi.
Virtual Music Making
Take a Chair: talking theatre and creativity
Irish History Online With Green Lamp Media
by Jo Woolf
Loreto Bray Leaving Cert Class of 1968
Early Irish Christianity and Early Medieval Ireland
not all who wander are lost
With these images, I return in soul,mind and spirit to Ireland . Susie
For the years following the passing of D.james, I have relived Ireland through his fine images, in B and W and have sent the Galbraith collection on to Dublin . SLainte, Susan
Thank you, Susan. I appreciate your comment. I have just looked up the D James Galbraith page at the National Library and I want to explore it further. I assume he was related to you?