The Times We Lived In. Published: August 23rd 1961. Photograph by Gordon Standing
Institutional history: We need to reflect, not just remember
The Times We Lived In – Published: March 14th, 1953. Photograph by Dermot Barry
The Times We Lived In – Published: June 8th 1971. Photograph by Tommy Collins
Dublin’s first housing architect, who took up the post in 1932, did ‘heroic’ work
Irene Keogh recalls the impact Herbert Simms’ flats had in a city of tenements
King delivered this speech on April 3rd, 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee. He was shot next day
The Times We Lived In – Published: June 3rd, 1985. Photograph: Eddie Kelly
Why is an RTÉ producer making videos of oddities and weird goings-on around Ireland?
Mention of pig, priest, fox, hare or red-haired woman made skippers head for home
The Times We Lived In – Published: February 8th 2002. Photograph by Frank Miller
History exaggerated the Battle of Clontarf – one of many misconceptions about Vikings
The Irish culture of my childhood defined Ireland as whatever England was not
Art and furniture not seen for decades from Alfred Beit collection on display after refurbishment
Published: April 14th, 1953. Photograph by Dermot Barry
CSO says it does not regard names with fadas as different names
The biggest depopulation between 1841 and 1851 was in parishes along ‘Wild Atlantic Way’
One family of Irish officials treated their ‘red brethren’ with humanity, but Scots-Irish President Andrew Jackson oversaw the tribe’s ruthless eviction from their lands
Houses evacuated after weapon is discovered in the vicinity of Ballymore Eustace
The Irish tricolour turns 170 on March 7th. That makes it a lot older than Patrick Pearse
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