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True Dublin

True Dublin
A unique collection of rare photographs, postcards and documents from Dublin during the final decades of the nineteenth and the early decades of the twentieth centuries.
Our Price: €24.99
ISBN/EAN9781781172438
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Publisher: The Mercier Press Ltd
Pub. Date: November 9 2015
Author: McCanney, C. J.
Format: Hardback
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Using photographs, postcards and other rare documents, 'True Dublin' provides a unique glimpse into life in Dublin at a time of great social and political change, during the final decades of the nineteenth century and the early decades of the twentieth. Readers will get glimpses into the myriad ways in which Dubliners, rich and poor, rural and urban, lived their lives during those tumultuous decades. Every photograph tells its own story and is a captivating social record of the time. For anyone who knows the city, these images provide a fascinating glimpse of a world long gone, and yet a city and its landscape that endures.
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