RISING - 1916 Exhibition at the National Photographic Archive The National Library of Ireland's National Photographic Archive new exhibition - ‘Rising’ Tue 2 Feb 2016 The National Library of Ireland's National Photographic Archive new exhibition ‘Rising’ has just opened in Temple Bar, Dublin - Michael O'Hanrahan being escorted into his court-martial, Richmond Barracks, 3 May 1916 Fianna Eireann and Irish Volunteers transporting guns landed at Howth, 26 July 1914. The exhibition runs until October and is open seven days a week: Mondays to Saturdays, 10am to 5pm, and Sundays from 12 noon until 5pm. Dr Edmund J. McWeeney inspecting a copy of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic on Railings at 84 St. Stephen's Green, Easter Monday, 1916. A group of Irish Volunteers and Irish Citizen Army soldiers inside the GPO during the Easter Rising, April 1916. View of the General Post Office from above, showing the destruction to the building interior George Reynolds and other Irish Volunteers who fought at Mount Street Bridge. View looking south-east from Nelson's Pillar - the facade of the Imperial Hotel, Clerys department store and a view of Sackville Street The ruins of Henry Street, workmen clearing rubble with armed soldiers on duty A crowd gathered at Westland Row to welcome internees recently released. Fianna Eireann scouts with Countess Markievicz, includes Fianna Eireann flags. Volunteers from the 3rd Battalion marching down Grand Canal Street Lower under escort carrying their weapons and a flag after their surrender at Boland's Bakery. A white "x" has been marked above the head of Eamon de Valera, commandant of the 3rd Battalion. The exhibition continues until October.