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14 Henrietta Street: From Tenement to Suburbia, 1922 - 1979

Fallon, Donal
2021 Publication. In the decades that followed independence, Dublin expanded rapidly as new suburban developments attempted to eradicate the tenement landscape. From streets like Henrietta Street, families moved to places like Crumlin, Cabra, Whitehall and later Ballyfermot. Brendan Behan quipped there was ‘no such thing as suburbia, only Siberia’, but others made happy homes there.

14 Henrietta Street: Georgian Beginnings, 1750 - 1800

Hayes, Melanie
First Published in 2021. In 1800, Henrietta Street was one of the most elegant and elite addresses in all of Georgian Dublin, home to some of the most powerful members of the Anglo-Irish ruling class.

14 Henrietta Street : Grandeur and Decline, 1800 - 1922

Murtagh, Tim
Published in 2020. - By 1900, Henrietta Street had become synonymous with Dublin’s poverty and decline, as almost every house on the street was in use as tenements.