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1. Archaeological Excavation Reports.

This collection consists of unpublished excavation reports generated in the course of National Roads Schemes under the auspices of the NRA and RPA, now Transport Infrastructure Ireland. Following completion of site works the study and analysis of all the records and finds that we

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII)

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1916 Rising

The sub-series comprises papers relating to the ministries undertaken by Fr. Aloysius Travers to various Republicans detained after Easter Week. The section includes authorisations and passes from British forces allowing him to visit Kilmainham Jail and extracts from various lett

Irish Capuchin Provincial Archives

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1981 National Gay Conference Cork

The first ever Irish National Gay Conference was held in Cork on 15-17 May 1981. The Cork Gay Collective, the Cork IGRM, the UCC GaySoc, as well as a number of individuals, came together to organise the conference, brining together lesbian and gay activists and organisations fro

Cork LGBT Archive

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1981 Presentation Awards

Original KDW record number: 102/0763 KDW record sheet: yes Photographer(s) identified as: Lensmen Ltd Presentation Awards 1981 featuring Geroid O'Conchubhair, Jackie Martin, Nick Marchant, Sean Moore who presented the awards, Anne Kennedy, Adrienne Diamond, Sile deCleir, Ann Meli

National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL), NCAD

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1982 National Gay Conference

Following the success of the first National Gay Conference in Cork in 1981, a second National Gay Conference was held in Trinity College Dublin 18-20 June 1982.

Cork LGBT Archive

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1983 National Gay Conference Belfast

The third National Gay Conference was held in Belfast in 1983, following on from the previous conferences in Cork (1981) and Dublin (1982). The Belfast Conference was called the All Ireland Lesbian and Gay Conference) and was held in Belfast 4-5 June 1983. The theme of the confer

Cork LGBT Archive

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1984 KDW Retrospective Exhibition

Original KDW record number: 101/110 KDW record sheet: Yes Photographer(s) identified as: Lensmen Ltd Images of the displayed exhibits and attendant dignitaries and exhibitors: John Wilson TD, Nick Marchan, Ivan Yates, Kieran Crotty, Pat Henderson, Brendan Grifffin, Michael Aherne

National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL), NCAD

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2. Archaeological Geophysical Reports

This collection consists of unpublished archaeo-geophysical reports generated in the course of national road and public transport schemes under the auspices of TII. These archaeo-geophysical reports were often undertaken in compliance with the planning conditions for the schem

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII)

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20 Seconds for Yes 2018

On the 24th April 2018, the Artists’ Campaign to Repeal the Eighth Amendment and Together for Yes invited people to come to the Project Arts Centre and record a 10-20 second piece to camera saying what they feel about the Eighth Amendment and the vote. Cinematographer Seamus Deas

National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL), NCAD

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20 Seconds for Yes 2018 Planning

Planning materials and transcripts related to 20 Seconds for Yes. 8 files; PDF 20 seconds for yes email Frank Mc Guinness IE/NIVAL ACREA/EV/010/01/01 PDF 20180416 20 secs for yes short vid almost final IE/NIVAL ACREA/EV/010/01/02 PDF Final transcripts IE/NIVAL ACREA/EV/01

National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL), NCAD

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20 Seconds for Yes 2018 Videos

Videos created during the ‘20 Seconds for Yes’ campaign. Videos by Seamus Deasy recorded outside of Project Arts Centre with sound by Ciaran Horgan. Subtitles by Barbara Henke. It’s ok to be a YES Man videos by Billy McGrath. Additional video by Gerald Dawe sent by email.

National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL), NCAD

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3. Archaeology Books

The NRA initiated the Archaeology and the National Roads Authority Monograph Series in 2003 to publish the papers given at its National Archaeology Seminars. The monographs are written in an informal, jargon-free style and contain numerous colour illustrations. Fragments of Lives

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII)

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