Joseph Cashman photographs

Photographs of the GPO and Boland's Mill taken by photographer Joseph Cashman after the Easter Rising.

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They Remember 1916: Joseph O'Connor

Joseph O’Connor was second-in-command in Boland’s Bakery. His objective was to stop the British forces advancing towards Éamon de Valera’s position so he set up headquarters along the railway line.

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Ireland A Television History Interview : William Barrett

William Barrett recalls the lack of military experience among the troops who landed at Kingstown (Dun Laoghaire). During a rifle inspection an officer stared down the barrel of gun before the sergeant major pushed him away. There was a dark sense of humour among the young troops.

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Ireland A Television History Interview : George Taylor

In an interview recorded during the production of the television series 'Ireland A Television History' George Taylor gives his memories of the Rising during Easter Week 1916.

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The Survivors: Cathal O'Shannon

Cathal O'Shannon recalls how James Connolly told him that a date had been fixed for the Rising. He describes here the reaction in Belfast among Volunteers when the Rising started and his attempt to get Dublin to take part. This extract is taken from an interview recorded with Ca

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Galway Commemorates The Easter Rising

The Golden Jubilee commemorations in Galway began with the unveiling of a granite pillar in the grounds of Dún Uí Mhaoilíosa in Renmore. At the ceremony the pillar was blessed by Reverend T Kelly and unveiled by Colonel P O Ceirin. The Proclamation was read in Irish by Captain J

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Portraits 1916 - Min Ryan

Mary Josephine ('Min') Ryan was the sweetheart of Seán MacDiarmada, leader and signatory of the Proclamation. On the eve of his execution Min and her younger sister Phyllis went to see Seán in Kilmainham Gaol. Despite the fact that they would never see each other again, Seán’s mo

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Portraits 1916 - Christopher Brady

The Proclamation of the Irish Republic, a document issued by the Irish Volunteers and the Citizen Army was printed in Liberty Hall in the early hours of Easter Sunday. Christopher J Brady was assisted by Michael J Molloy and William O’Brien. Brady describes his reaction to being

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I Remember Easter - Dublin Jarvey

The Irish Grand National was held at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Easter Monday 1916. A Dublin hackney coach driver was at the race meeting. Tommy ‘Banker’ Walsh recalls how news that the General Post Office in Dublin was occupied by the Citizen Army reached the Meath venue. Not beli

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Louise Gavan Duffy

Louise Gavan Duffy photographed for an article in the RTE Guide, published 16 March 1962. The article was to promote the series 'Self Portrait'

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On Behalf of the Provisional Government Joseph Plunkett

An extract taken from On Behalf of the Provisional Government : Joseph Plunkett. On Behalf of the Provisional Government was a series offering profiles of the seven signatoires of the proclamamtion. The seven programmes were first broadcast in 1966.

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Women of the Rising Louise Gavan Duffy

An extract taken from an interview recorded with Louise Gavan Duffy. The interview was used in the programme 'Women of the Rising' first broadcast on Radio Éireann 1 April 1956

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