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The Irish Peasant at Home  ~  Houses and villages, Ireland

The Irish Peasant at Home ~ Houses and villages, Ireland - even though this photograph was taken at the end of the century - housing for the agricultural worker population of Europe remained little changed from the Middle Ages

Take her up to Monto, Monto, MontoMontgomery Street, Dublin (Today Foley Street) was the Red Light Capital of Europe from about 1860-1930 with an estimated 1,600 women working at any one time!! Even the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) allegedly lost his virginity here The area came into 'decline' around 1922 with the establishment of The Irish Free State and the withdrawal of British soldiers from the city....

‘Hidden Dublin: From the Monto to Little Jerusalem’ Dublin tenements

'Farewell to Dublin' 1939 on the ferry to Liverpool [Fr. Browne's Dublin]

'Farewell to Dublin' 1939 on the ferry to Liverpool [Fr.

A view front the top of a tram on O'Connell Bridge, Dublin 1933 [Fr. Browne's Dublin]

A view front the top of a tram on O'Connell Bridge, Dublin 1933 [Fr.

'Yo-Yo Girls' 1931 Cavendish Row, Dublin [Fr. Browne's Dublin]

'Yo-Yo Girls' 1931 Cavendish Row, Dublin [Fr. Browne's Dublin]

St Peter's Church, Phibsborough, Dublin

St Peter’s Church, Phibsborough, Dublin Image by infomatique St. Peter’s is noted for its beautiful stained glass windows, particularly the west window and Harry Clarke’s early ma…

Dublin 1930

Old Dublin Ireland street scenes, images of O'Connell Bridge trams & traffic, Guinness barge on River Liffey, vintage Dublin Ireland photographs

1885 – St Louis Convent, Monaghan, Co. Monaghan

1885 – St Louis Convent, Monaghan, Co.

Mrs Cummings' Cottage, Petworth.A house that has been restored, redecorated,furnished & equipped as if it were 1910.But it’s not just anybody’s house. Mrs. Mary Cummings was the tenant of 346 High Street from 1901 to 1930.The reconstruction takes account of the living memories of Mary’s time here,her Irish Catholic background & her work as a seamstress at home & at Petworth House.It feels as if Mrs. Cummings has just stepped out.The range is lit,the table is laid for tea,the kettle is…

Mrs Cummings' Cottage, Petworth.A house that has been restored, redecorated,furnished & equipped as if it were 1910.But it’s not just anybody’s house. Mrs. Mary Cummings was the tenant of 346 High Street from 1901 to 1930.The reconstruction takes account of the living memories of Mary’s time here,her Irish Catholic background & her work as a seamstress at home & at Petworth House.It feels as if Mrs. Cummings has just stepped out.The range is lit,the table is laid for tea,the kettle is…