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November 24, 1920

November 24, 1920

Friends of the victims and members of the military outside Jervis Street Hospital during the military enquiry into the Bloody Sunday shootings at Croke Park on Sunday, 21 November 1920...Monday's Irish Independ... More

July 4, 1922

July 4, 1922

Maud Gonne McBride on Red Cross duty during the Irish Civil War...Date: 4 July 1922..NLI Ref.: HOG197 ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000218441 )

December 9, 1924

December 9, 1924

Perched at the back of this jaunting car (holding the umbrella) is the Right Honourable F.O. Roberts, M.P. and British Minister for Pensions, apparently enjoying a ride around St. Stephen's Green...Date: 9 Dece... More

July 18, 1922

July 18, 1922

The description we originally had in our catalogue for this photo was that it was a Red Cross ambulance passing the G.P.O. on Sackville Street (later renamed O'Connell Street) during the Irish Civil War...While... More

Oscar Traynor (under the X)

Oscar Traynor (under the X)

We were originally fairly sure this photo was taken on Monday, 10 July 1922, but wanted to know a lot more about it than we did. If correctly dated, this would have been taken 5 days after Oscar Traynor's anti-... More

Lord French Ambush

Lord French Ambush

The car in which Lord French was ambushed: sergeant pointing out bullet hole...On 19 December 1919: The IRA attempted to assassinate the British Lord Lieutenant Lord French. The attack was carried out at Ashtow... More

July 27, 1922

July 27, 1922

Children chatting to soldiers during the Irish Civil War. Our metadata suggests these troop were "passing through to an attack on Irregulars Stronghold"...Love the immediacy of this photo, where even the cloud ... More

Captain Malcolm Campbell at Mountjoy Corner, Phoenix Park during practice

Captain Malcolm Campbell at Mountjoy Corner, Phoenix Park during pract...

Contributed by Bob Montgomery 2012: "This photograph was taken during Thursday practice for the 1929 RIAC Irish International Grand Prix. Malcolm Campell drove this Sunbeam in the race." And thanks to Bob, we n... More

Standing still for history

Standing still for history

Another Hogan-Wilson photo today, with a group of Free State soldiers and civilians posing to record history in the making. Almost certainly taken during the Irish Civil War, the chicken wire on the doors and ... More

Funeral of Major Holmes, R.I.C., killed in ambush at Castleisland, Co. Kerry

Funeral of Major Holmes, R.I.C., killed in ambush at Castleisland, Co....

A lorry load of Auxiliaries, covered by rifle bearing colleagues, lead the funeral of Major Holmes of the Royal Irish Constabulary. He had been killed in an ambush at Castleisland in County Kerry. In the backgr... More

Sunny day in the park

Sunny day in the park

It is quite a while since we posted a Hogan-Wilson photo so this is a good way to start the day! The catalogue caption on this image is "The Governor General entertaining guests Sir John and Lady Simon" so we... More

Armoured car on Henry Street, Dublin

Armoured car on Henry Street, Dublin

We have had armored cars on this stream before and whereas I do have that "déjà vu" feeling, I believe we have not seen this particular one. We are in the center of Dublin the questions are what is the date an... More

Commandant Leonard

Commandant Leonard

I am surprised with the date attributed to this photo, how did an officer have time to sit for a photo when the Civil War had just started? Or was it taken on maneuvers?..With thanks in particular to derangedle... More

Right dress and dressed right!

Right dress and dressed right!

The Hogan-Wilson Collection today, and a visit to the Garda Depot in the Phoenix Park where Garda (Police) recruits perform the "Right Dress" exercise on the Depot Square. As the Garda force was founded in 192... More

The American Committee for Relief in Ireland inspecting the ruins of Balbriggan

The American Committee for Relief in Ireland inspecting the ruins of B...

As a reminder of the kindness and support that came from the US in the past, here we have an American committee in Balbriggan looking at the destruction there! This Mary has been spending a lot of time in Balb... More

And the crowd went wild.

And the crowd went wild.

The title on this Hogan-Wilson image is "Michael Collins arrival being made the scene of a great ovation when the crowd become aware of his presence" The challenge now is to establish the date, the place and if... More

Group of people near the place where Kevin Barry was captured

Group of people near the place where Kevin Barry was captured

Keven Barry was arrested on 20th September 1920, are we dealing with a contemporary photo or one taken after the event, the Catalogue date of 1921 would suggest the latter?..The general consensus is that this m... More

Regulars and irregulars on opposite sides(?)

Regulars and irregulars on opposite sides(?)

The original title on this Hogan image taken apparently during the Irish Civil War is "Soldiers and locals gathered in a rural village"! Interestingly the soldiers on the left are in full uniform whereas the a... More

Men in coats and suits!

Men in coats and suits!

It is quite a while since we have had a shot of the many figures who helped shape the country at the birth of the nation. There are some familiar faces on view in this Hogan-Wilson shot from 1922. Including Mi... More

Bridging the gap

Bridging the gap

The original title on this Hogan-Wilson image is "Bridge blown up - Unidentified location" and I suspect that it will not be easily identified today? No posters, doubtful 'Streetview' availability and few othe... More

Farrell's Barricade

Farrell's Barricade

Our first visit to the Hogan-Wilson for this year, and an intriguing image of cars, carts and carriages across the entrance to a street as some form of barricade. The name on the premises behind may assist in ... More

Group of what may be foreign dignitaries

Group of what may be foreign dignitaries

A Fez, furs, feathers, monocles, moustaches, spats, top hats, flowers all add up to a very well dressed group with a lot of self esteem and no little wealth and importance. The army officer at the rear is clea... More

W.D Hogan and friends at the Keany's house, Westbrook, Dundrum

W.D Hogan and friends at the Keany's house, Westbrook, Dundrum

Another entry for our "Focus on our Photographers" Album. I am hopeful of finding names for quite a few of this jolly group. I wonder which of the two men is our Mr Hogan and who took the photo? I suppose if i... More

Army band and people in a field

Army band and people in a field

Today we make a rare visit to the Hogan-Wilson collection, and while it may not be our clearest photograph ever, you can see enough detail to suggest that this is a military procession. Perhaps a funeral? I lik... More

Irish Boundary Commission's first sitting in Ireland

Irish Boundary Commission's first sitting in Ireland

In another rare visit to a seldom visited collection. As with other images in the Hogan-Wilson collection, typically this is from the period of the War of Independence/Civil War and aftermath. Indeed, some his... More

"A bridal pair in Cork" is Emmet Dalton and Alice Shannon

"A bridal pair in Cork" is Emmet Dalton and Alice Shannon

When I selected this from the archive I thought I recognised the man but I was not sure. Now getting the photo ready to post I see the following from the archive Photographic print of Major General Emmet Dalto... More

British soldiers marching out of a barracks

British soldiers marching out of a barracks

We end this week with another interesting photo from the Hogan Wilson Collection. At first reading the above description from the archives begs two questions, which barracks? and why were they marching out? I w... More

Military carrying out official reprisal following an ambush in Meelin, Co. Cork

Military carrying out official reprisal following an ambush in Meelin,...

Ignorance is a terrible thing, I have never heard of Meelin and I know absolutely nothing about the subject matter of the above description. The big benefit of this job is that within a few hours I will know al... More

Pomp and Circumstance

Pomp and Circumstance

Sir Hamar and Lady Margery Greenwood arriving for the opening of the Ulster parliament...We have not had a photograph from the Hogan Wilson Collection for quite a while. We know the names of two of the people a... More

The peacemakers: George Gavan Duffy, Erskine Childers, Robert Barton and Arthur Griffith in a group

The peacemakers: George Gavan Duffy, Erskine Childers, Robert Barton a...

From buildings, monuments and bridges to bridge builders today. Some of the negotiating team sent to London to broker peace with the British Government. That date looks all wrong?..The date was indeed wrong! ... More

Tank pulling three ton Military truck from the banks of the Liffey

Tank pulling three ton Military truck from the banks of the Liffey

Note on back reading: "On Saturday 3 huge casks of tobacco were thrown into the Liffey. Yesterday (Sunday) a Military 3 ton lorry endeavored to salve the casks on shore but sunk in the mud. After efforts to try... More

Full length picture, Kevin O'Higgins, Minister of Home Affairs

Full length picture, Kevin O'Higgins, Minister of Home Affairs

Kevin O'Higgins standing close to a building, a victim of assassination after the Civil War...With thanks today to swordscookie ( /photos/swordscookie/ ) , DannyM8 ( /photos/[email protected]/ ) , O Mac ( /photos/... More

Children chatting to troops passing through to an attack on Irregulars Stronghold

Children chatting to troops passing through to an attack on Irregulars...

From matters architectural to matters martial today. Troops on foot and mounted on trucks with some children during the Irish Civil War...With thanks to all (especially coffee robbie ( /photos/freakyrobbie/ ) ... More

House in Templemore in aftermath of raid by Tans - boy boarding up window and child with a small ball

House in Templemore in aftermath of raid by Tans - boy boarding up win...

This poignant shot shows a young man repairing a house that had apparently been damaged in a raid during the "War of Independence" (1919-1921) and is a reminder of significantly less-certain times. The younger ... More

Republican prisoners captured during the attack on Passage West being marched to the Cork Gaol for detention

Republican prisoners captured during the attack on Passage West being ...

Following from yesterday's related Hogan shot ( ...nlireland/21840621989/ ) , here we see pro-treaty forces escorting anti-treaty prisoners following the Battle of Cork. Given the learnings yesterday, it seems ... More

Major General Ennis (with Thompson gun) and Comdt. McCreagh or McCrea

Major General Ennis (with Thompson gun) and Comdt. McCreagh or McCrea

Today and tomorrow we've got two related Hogan photos from the civil war's "Battle for Cork" (July-August 1922). ..The first was labelled in the catalogue as "Major General Ennis (with Thompson gun) and Comdt. ... More

Ballykinlar internment camp players: a troupe of prisoners formed during their period of internment

Ballykinlar internment camp players: a troupe of prisoners formed duri...

This interesting Hogan photograph shows a group of men who were interned in Ballykinlar together. Here shown after taking part in some amateur dramatics...Ballykinlar Internment Camp, County Down, was a detenti... More

R.I.C. and military leaving Limerick

R.I.C. and military leaving Limerick

R.I.C. military and armoured car leaving Limerick on a scouting expedition..So many maps but no definitive location as of yet - can you help?..Thanks to Dr O Mac ( /photos/[email protected]/ ) for identifying the ... More

Dublin saves Cork

Dublin saves Cork

Dublin and Cork fire brigade appliances. ..We were not sure if this photo was for our the Irish War of Independence or the Irish Civil War albums so we did not add it to either. We are no confident to change th... More

Lord French Ambush

Lord French Ambush

The car in which Lord French was ambushed: sergeant pointing out bullet hole...On 19 December 1919: The IRA attempted to assassinate the British Lord Lieutenant Lord French. The attack was carried out at Ashtow... More

British soldiers searching trains on Kerry line for republicans

British soldiers searching trains on Kerry line for republicans

Another fantastic photo from the Hogan Collection. It seems these men might be from the North Lancashire Regiment, you really do need to read the comments and view the links included, to get a view of what was ... More

Hogan photographs of Generals with one unknown

Hogan photographs of Generals with one unknown

URGENT REQUEST from our researchers in the Library - IDENTIFY the Generals in this Photograph ..We are fairly confident that the identification, left to right, goes:. .Eoin O’Duffy, Unknown, Michael Brennan, F... More

Overprints 1922 - postal stamp

Overprints 1922 - postal stamp

This unusual shot from WD Hogan of stamps will mean a lot to the Philatelists among us! I have a great collection of stamps, many of them very old, but nothing as historic as these!..I have mapped the location... More

Coffin of Michael Collins being carried from the Pro-Cathedral

Coffin of Michael Collins being carried from the Pro-Cathedral

The coffin of the fallen leader is taken from the Pro-Cathedral in Dublin following his funeral mass and prior to the interment at Glasnevin Cemetery...Sharon points us at a photo of a letter appointing the Pal... More

John Devoy arriving at government buildings to meet President Cosgrave

John Devoy arriving at government buildings to meet President Cosgrave

John Devoy the old Fenian arrives at Government Buildings to meet President Cosgrave of the Irish Free State Government. Devoy who was once described by the London Times as "The greatest enemy of this country ... More

Queueing for the sales?

Queueing for the sales?

Armed Royal Irish Constabulary outside a shop in Patrick Street, Cork getting the news from the street vendor!..Photographer: W.D. Hogan..Collection: Hogan-Wilson Collection ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Author/Ho... More

Cork Funeral with military escort

Cork Funeral with military escort

This shot by WD Hogan shows a very well attended funeral in Cork city during the War of Independence (1919-1922) In front of the cortege can be seen a truck full of British Military escorting the procession. ... More

The Bridge, Athlone

The Bridge, Athlone

Very dramatic W.D. Hogan shot of soldiers marching across the bridge in Athlone for the handover of Custume Barracks - just one of the many barracks around the country to move from British to Irish control in 1... More

Every cloud has a silver lining!

Every cloud has a silver lining!

Thought it'd be good to end the year with a smiley (and you all know that's a technical term!) photo. These happy ladies are salvaging wood from the military barracks in Cork after it had been destroyed by fire... More

Ulster Welcomes Her King & Queen

Ulster Welcomes Her King & Queen

Belfast generally, and Robinson and Cleaver Department Store in particular, en fête for the State Opening of the first Northern Ireland parliament.....Photographer: W.D. Hogan ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Author/H... More

What? Where? Why?

What? Where? Why?

What's all this then?..Photographer: W.D. Hogan ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Author/Home?author=Hogan, W. D photographer. ) ..Date: Circa 1924??..NLI Ref.: HOG199 ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000218424 ) ... More

The Burning of Cork

The Burning of Cork

This is the devastation in the aftermath of what's known as the Burning of Cork during the Irish War of Independence. We don't have an exact location, but another Hogan-Wilson photo in this series shows this re... More

Funeral of Michael Collins

Funeral of Michael Collins

National Army soldiers drive a car laden with wreaths through the streets of Dublin towards Glasnevin Cemetery for the burial of Michael Collins...cattlewagons ( /photos/[email protected]/ ) Tells us that the vehi... More

Bula Benton Edmunson/Edmundson Croker

Bula Benton Edmunson/Edmundson Croker

This is the wife (or widow depending on when it was taken) of Richard "Boss" Croker of Tammany Hall in New York fame outside Glencairn, their house in Stillorgan, Co. Dublin. I know there's a story here, and ho... More

"Street scene with advertising hoardings" but where? Corner of Summerhill and Langrishe Place!

"Street scene with advertising hoardings" but where? Corner of Summerh...

This is from our W.D. Hogan collection. We knew it was Dublin, and believed it was December 1922/January 1923 - Robinson Crusoe on at the Queen's Theatre, Father Christmas on the Heather ad, and heavy wintry lo... More

Dancing

Dancing

A lighter moment during the Irish Civil War captured by photographer W.D. Hogan, as Free State soldiers on board the S.S. Arvonia dance with each other to melodeon music.....Date: Monday, 7 August 1922 (99% ce... More

Children's Party, Dublin, 1920s at Rutland Street National School.

Children's Party, Dublin, 1920s at Rutland Street National School.

A note on the back of this photo reads: "Party given by gentlemen to children."..Uploaded this one in June 2011, but I'm recycling it now because I have a very special request!..Next Wednesday 16th marks the 5t... More

Oscar Traynor (under the X)

Oscar Traynor (under the X)

We were originally fairly sure this photo was taken on Monday, 10 July 1922, but wanted to know a lot more about it than we did. If correctly dated, this would have been taken 5 days after Oscar Traynor's anti-... More

Not an Irish Civil War Prayer Vigil after all!

Not an Irish Civil War Prayer Vigil after all!

We thought that this W.D. Hogan photograph was taken during the Irish Civil War. The title on our catalogue was: "A prayer vigil, during the Irish Civil War, possibly in London" - at least we were partly right!... More

March 17, 1924

March 17, 1924

This happy crew are "Miss Forde's Children entertaining". We know this photo was taken in Dublin (perhaps near Smithfield) on St. Patrick's Day, 1924 but that's about it.....Date: Monday, 17 March 1924..NLI Ref... More

March 16, 1923

March 16, 1923

This shot was taken at the Steeplechase for the Metropolitan Plate at Baldoyle Racecourse...Apologies for poor photographic quality of this one, but thought it was good as an early action shot…..The Metropolita... More

March 13, 1922

March 13, 1922

Michael Collins addressing a mass meeting in Cork, described by photographer W.D. Hogan as a "Free State demonstration". Sean McKeon is also somewhere on the platform with Collins...Thanks to blackpoolbeach ( h... More

February 17, 1922 - postal stamp

February 17, 1922 - postal stamp

Apologies for the abysmal photographic quality of this one, but felt it was interesting enough to include here. This is the nascent Irish Free State "stamping its authority" on existing British postage stamps..... More

The left hand doesn't know...

The left hand doesn't know...

This is a "zoom in" on the left hand side of Smiling Eamon de Valera "Follier Upper" ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/nlireland/6730061541/ ) to help with identification of the political figures in this photo ( ... More

... what the right hand is doing!

... what the right hand is doing!

This is a "zoom in" on the right hand side of Smiling Eamon de Valera "Follier Upper" ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/nlireland/6730061541/ ) to help with identification of the political figures in this photo (... More

Smiling Eamon de Valera "Follier Upper"

Smiling Eamon de Valera "Follier Upper"

A larger group photo that was taken on the same day as this one ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/nlireland/6700721941/ ) . An excellent cohort of you have been trying to identify individual politicians from it, s... More

Rare sighting of a smiling Eamon de Valera

Rare sighting of a smiling Eamon de Valera

According to our catalogue, this was the Irish Republican Party (Sinn Féin) photographed on Monday, 10 July 1922 presumably in Dublin. However, as Cathal Brugha is present in this photo (thanks to Yellabelly* (... More

Escape

Escape

At the start of the Irish Civil War in 1922, the Battle of Dublin took place from 28 June to 5 July. This photo shows guests finally making their escape from the The Edinburgh Hotel at 56 Upper Sackville Street... More

Relief

Relief

This shot of joking Black and Tans and Auxiliaries was taken outside the London and North Western Hotel, North Wall, Dublin as they surveyed the damage after an I.R.A. attack on their quarters. Written on the m... More

December 9, 1924

December 9, 1924

Perched at the back of this jaunting car (holding the umbrella) is the Right Honourable F.O. Roberts, M.P. and British Minister for Pensions, apparently enjoying a ride around St. Stephen's Green...Date: 9 Dece... More

Stop the presses

Stop the presses

This is how Republicans left the typesetting machines at the Cork Examiner newspaper offices before Free State or National Army troops arrived in Cork city...Date: 9 or 10 August 1922..NLI Ref.: HOGW 129 ( http... More

Prisoner

Prisoner

A prisoner under escort at the South Western Front during the Irish Civil War. Given the situation, everyone looks remarkably relaxed.....Date: 22 July 1922..NLI Ref.: HOG106 ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vt... More

November 25, 1924

November 25, 1924

A well-to-do little boy with hounds before a hunt meet...Date: 25 November 1924..NLI Ref.: HOG210 ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000218415 )

November 24, 1920

November 24, 1920

Friends of the victims and members of the military outside Jervis Street Hospital during the military enquiry into the Bloody Sunday shootings at Croke Park on Sunday, 21 November 1920...Monday's Irish Independ... More

November 21, 1920

November 21, 1920

Apologies for the abysmal quality of this one, but still like it for the sense of immediacy. W.D. Hogan took this photo of a blaze at Paul and Vincent's Chemical Works on Sir John Rogerson's Quay...This was the... More

November 19, 1924

November 19, 1924

This is Clonespoe, the winning horse in the Irish Cambridgeshire at the Curragh Racecourse in Co. Kildare. Clonespoe was owned by Limerick man, N.J. Grene, and was trained at Patrickswell by R. Moss. The jockey... More

The Big Fella and The Fighting 2nd

The Big Fella and The Fighting 2nd

2 of 13 armoured cars given by the British government to the National Army during the Irish Civil War. They were built on a Rolls-Royce chassis, and were armed with a .303 Vickers machine gun...The Fighting 2nd... More

November 11, 1924

November 11, 1924

Photo taken in Dublin on Armistice Day, 89 years ago today. This huge crowd was gathered in College Green for the unveiling of a Celtic Cross in memory of the 16th Irish Division. The Irish Times estimated that... More

November 5, 1922

November 5, 1922

National Army soldiers searching through the remains of a fire at the Rotunda Rink, Parnell Square, which was the sorting office of the General Post Office, Dublin...The Irish Times of Monday, 6 November 1922 c... More

Conflagration

Conflagration

The Four Courts in Dublin during the Battle of Dublin. The building had been taken over by Anti-Treaty forces on 14 April 1922. Bombarded by National Army forces on 28 and 29 June, a huge explosion of stored mu... More

Secret Destination? Probably Passage West in Cork

Secret Destination? Probably Passage West in Cork

All that we had on this photograph was "National Army troops on board a ship bound for a secret destination during the Irish Civil War." See the comment below from Tin of beans who convincingly argues that this... More

Battling Siki

Battling Siki

This is Battling Siki from Senegal, World Light Heavyweight Boxing Champion, with his sparring partner, Frenchman Eugene Stuber. Siki (real name Louis Mbarick Fall) was in Dublin to fight "Bold" Mike McTigue (a... More

Kilkenny Hurling Team

Kilkenny Hurling Team

Pictured at Croke Park before playing the Dublin hurlers. From the date, would imagine this was the All-Ireland Hurling Final - can anyone confirm this? Also doubt as to whether Dublin was the opposing team!..D... More

September 26, 1922

September 26, 1922

Two Irish hackney cars, formerly used by the British Military, at the Curragh Camp. They were bringing National Army soldiers home from the races - a welcome break presumably, during the Irish Civil War...Date:... More

September 15, 1922

September 15, 1922

This is Richard (Risteárd) Mulcahy and his wife Josephine (or Min). Following the death of Michael Collins on 22 August 1922, Mulcahy was catapulted into the role of National Army Commander-in-Chief...This phot... More

Daily Bread in the Irish Civil War

Daily Bread in the Irish Civil War

Unsure whether this bread van was being guarded or raided, or whether the boy with the rifle was just passing by.....Date: Circa 1922..NLI Ref.: HOG11 ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000218696 )

Into the West

Into the West

The gentleman in the cowboy hat is Tom Mix, star of many silent movies - all Westerns. This photo was taken in Dublin, we believe...Date: Circa 1923..NLI Ref.: HOG189 ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000218515 )

August 22, 1920

August 22, 1920

This photo shows a fraction of the thousands of people who flocked each day to visit and pray at "bleeding" statues set up in a yard beside T. Dwan's newsagents, Main Street, Templemore, Co. Tipperary in August... More

August 19, 1923

August 19, 1923

A very crowded Republican meeting in Dublin. Our metadata says this took place on O'Connell Street, or Sackville Street as it was then, and I have tagged with these names, but I am just not convinced that this ... More

August 18, 1923

August 18, 1923

The gentlemen in hats and overcoats are (l. to r.) the Right Honourable James McMahon; Lord Morris; Senator James Moran T.C. All three were directors of the Liffey Power Syndicate and are seen here inspecting b... More

August 15, 1924

August 15, 1924

An unusual photo, this one, of fireworks at the First Tailteann Games or Aonach Tailteann, which took place at Croke Park, Dublin between 2nd and 17th August 1924...For anyone interested in more about this amaz... More

August 14, 1923

August 14, 1923

This is Timothy Michael Healy, 1st Governor-General of the Irish Free State, who occupied that role from December 1922 until January 1928. He is pictured here (presumably accompanied by his wife?) on the first ... More

August 9, 1920

August 9, 1920

Miss Mannix, niece of Archbishop Daniel Mannix ( http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/mannix-daniel-7478 ) , Archbishop of Melbourne, milking a cow on her father's farm at Deerpark, Charleville, Co. Cork (where the ... More

July 27, 1922

July 27, 1922

Children chatting to soldiers during the Irish Civil War. Our metadata suggests these troop were "passing through to an attack on Irregulars Stronghold"...Love the immediacy of this photo, where even the cloud ... More

July 26, 1922

July 26, 1922

National Army troops lined up for a roll call during the Irish Civil War with local children casting an eye over the proceedings...This photo had been on here for almost 12 months before identification as being... More

July 24, 1922

July 24, 1922

National Army troops at the South Western Front during the Irish Civil War...We've discovered (mostly through all of your efforts here on Flickr) that some of our W.D. Hogan collection dates are not as secure a... More

July 23, 1921

July 23, 1921

Cumann na mBan protest outside Mountjoy Prison during the Irish War of Independence. Placards read Mother of God, open the prison gates; Release our Fathers and Brothers; and Mother of Mercy, pray for prisoners... More

July 10, 1922

July 10, 1922

Arthur Griffith, journalist and politician. He died just one month after this photo was taken...Date: 10 July 1922..NLI Ref.: HOG229 ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000218949 )

July 8, 1921

July 8, 1921

A crowd gathered outside the Mansion House in Dublin, one day before a truce was signed in the War of Independence...Date: 8 July 1921..NLI Ref.: HOG116 ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000206844 )

July 4, 1922

July 4, 1922

Maud Gonne McBride on Red Cross duty during the Irish Civil War...Date: 4 July 1922..NLI Ref.: HOG197 ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000218441 )

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