Part 23 - Damaged Chancellor Studio Photograph

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IE CA CP/3/16/12/23


Damaged Chancellor Studio Photograph


  • May 1916 (Creation)

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1 p.; clipping

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(24 November 1900-26 July 1970)

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A clipping of a photograph taken from the Chancellor Studio on Lower Sackville (O’Connell) Street. The photograph is described as a ‘remarkable relic of the rebellion’ as it is riddled with shrapnel from the fighting during the insurrection. The image shows (left) Edward White Benson (1829-1896), Archbishop of Canterbury, and (right) William Conyngham Plunket, 4th Baron Plunket (1828-1897), the Anglican Archbishop of Dublin. The newspaper title from which the clipping was taken is not given.

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The original photograph was published in 'The Sketch', Vol. XV, No. 193 (7 October 1896), p. 447.,_4th_Baron_Plunket_(1828%E2%80%931897).png

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