Irish Women at Work Oral History Project

This collection includes 42 oral history interviews focused on the working lives of women (1930-1960) living in three counties of Ireland (Cork, Kerry and Limerick). The women’s accounts are woven into the broader narratives of their lives extending from childhood to adulthood an

University College Cork

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TII Digital Heritage Collections

TII’s mission is to deliver transport infrastructure and services, which contribute to the quality of life for the people of Ireland and support the country's economic growth. Consideration of archaeology is fully integrated into the national road and light rail scheme planning p

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII)

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The Second World War and Irish Women collection

The Second World War and Irish Women is a collection of twenty-three oral history interviews with Irish women in which they recount their experience of living though the Second World War/The Emergency between 1939 to 1945. Some of these testimonies are from women who worked in Be

Irish Qualitative Data Archive

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The Inspiring Ireland Project - RTÉ

A selection of cultural heritage objects from the national broadcaster Raidió Teilifís Éireann presented as part of the Inspiring Ireland project. The collection includes audio and audio visual recordings from RTE Archives.

RTÉ Archives

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Inspiring Ireland 1916 - Public Memorabilia

As part of the Inspiring Ireland 1916 project, a number of collection days are being held across the country and abroad, allowing members of the public to bring in documents, objects and other material relating to the 1916 Easter Rising and tell the story attached to them. Items

Digital Repository of Ireland

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Magdalene Oral History collection

Collection of interview transcripts and audio recordings from the research project Magdalene Institutions: Recording an Oral and Archival History that was led by Dr Katherine O'Donnell, Director of the Women's Studies Centre at University College Dublin. The project was a Governm

Irish Qualitative Data Archive

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Photographs of Dublin City Centre after the 1916 Rebellion

This is a collection of 40 photographs taken 17-18 May 1916 by Thomas Johnson Westropp, 1860-1922. Westropp placed them in an album entitled, ‘Ruined buildings in Dublin after the Sinn Fein rebellion, April-May 1916 by Thomas Westropp, photographed May 17th & 18th 1916’, which h

Royal Irish Academy

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