From the 1910s to the 1950s, newsreels were the only source of non-fictional moving images available to the public. Many samples of this forgotten genre survive. Now researchers are uncovering a whole new set of archival sources that nuance and illustrate the history of Ireland in the first half of the 20th century. Ciara ChambersContinue reading »
Architectural historian Merlo Kelly relates the story of Georgian Dublin.
Who were the developers? Who bought these houses? And what explains their slow demise over the centuries?
The leading authority on the history of the north side of the city in this period, Merlo Kelly puts these elegant buildings and streets in their social, aesthetic and political context.
At upper left is the Royal Circus, which was never built.