File 4 - General Landscapes

Gougane Barra, County Cork Cork Harbour St. Peter’s Bridge, County Meath St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin Duleek, County Meath Youghal, County Cork Benbulbin, County Sligo Croagh Patrick, County Mayo Clonmacnoise, County Offaly Roundstone Harbour, County Galway
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IE CA CP/1/1/1/4

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General Landscapes

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  • c.1900-1972 (Creation)

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Black and white print; postcard print; 1 colour print; 21.5 cm x 16.5 cm; 16 cm x 11.5 cm; 15.5 cm x 13.5 cm; 14 cm x 11.5 cm; 157 items

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Photographic prints submitted for publication in 'The Capuchin Annual'. The file includes prints showing general landscape views and locations of scenic and historical interest in Ireland. Some of the prints are annotated on the reverse. The file includes the following images:
• An Achill Island horseman carrying turf.
• Cliffs at Mizen Head, County Cork.
• Healy Pass, County Cork.
• The monastery of Clonmacnoise, County Offaly.
• The portal tomb (‘cromlech’) at Aughnacliffe, County Longford.
• Glenfarne, County Leitrim.
• Thatched cottage, Rosslare, County Wexford.
• Gougane Barra, County Cork.
• Aerial view of two large schooners in Cobh Harbour, County Cork.
• Cashel Bay, County Galway.
• Ballinakill, Connemara, County Galway.
• Rossaveal, Connemara, County Galway.
• Megalithic Tomb, Creevykeel, near Mullaghmore, County Sligo.
• Glencolumbkille, County Donegal.
• Lough Swilly, County Donegal.
• Glengesh Pass, County Donegal.
• Salmon Weir, Galway.
• River Shannon at Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim.
• Culdaff, County Donegal.
• Portnoo, County Donegal.
• Lough Derg near Killaloe, County Clare.
• Roundstone, County Galway.
• The Burren, County Clare.
• Glencar Waterfall, County Sligo.
• Rock of Dunamase, County Laois.
• Baginbun Headland, County Wexford (the site of the Norman landing led by Raymond le Gros in 1170).
• Newtown Abbey, Trim, County Meath.
• Glenmalure, County Wicklow.
• Lough Allen near Drumshanbo, County Leitrim.
• Black Valley, Killarney, County Kerry.
• The Lower Lake, Killarney National Park, County Kerry.
• The Lower Lake, Glendalough, County Wicklow.
• The stone to St. Kevin’s Bed, Glendalough, County Wicklow.
• Dhu Lough, Connemara, County Galway.
• Glengariff, County Cork.
• Poulnabrone Dolmen, The Burren, County Clare.
• Caragh Lake, County Kerry.
• Killaloe, County Clare.
• River Nore near Inistiogue, County Kilkenny.
• Cliffs of Moher, County Clare.
• A countryside scene in County Carlow.
• ‘Bird watching on the Murrough at Wicklow’.
• The River Lee, Cork.
• Caragh River, County Kerry.
• Minawn Cliffs, Achill Island, County Mayo.
• Killybegs, County Donegal.
• Schull, County Cork.
• Little Skellig.
• Slieve League, County Donegal.
• Dunlewy, County Donegal.
• Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim.
• Glencolumcille, County Donegal.
• Lough Melvin, County Leitrim.
• St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin.
• Muckross Head, County Donegal.
• Pass of Keimaneigh, County Cork.
• Mullaghmore, County Sligo.
• Lough Ree, County Westmeath.
• Benbulben, County Sligo.
• Mass Rock, Ballinamuck, County Longford.
• On the river near Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim.
• Knocklofty Bridge near Clonmel, County Tipperary.
• Lough Ennell, County Westmeath.
• River Blackwater near Youghal, County Cork.
• Mitchelstown Caves, County Tipperary.
• Croagh Patrick, County Mayo.
• Drombeg stone circle, Glandore, County Cork.
• The Tunnels, Glengarriff, County Cork.
• The gardens at Lake Leslie, County Monaghan.
• A cottage near Duleek, County Meath.
• Cushendall, County Antrim.
• Loughbeg, Castlegregory, County Kerry.
• A view from Murmod Hill, County Cavan.
• Lough Ramor, County Cavan.
• The sea front at Youghal, County Cork.
• Poulaphouca water scheme, County Wicklow.
• Annagassan, County Louth.
• Blessed Oliver Plunkett’s oak tree at Ardpatrick, County Louth.

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Some of the prints are annotated on the reverse with the photographer and studio name. These include the Irish Tourist Association (from 1955 known as Bord Fáilte Eireann) and the 'Irish Press'.

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