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Edward J. O'Shaughnessy commented on Edward J. O'Shaughnessy's blog post Photographs of the evictions on the Vandeleur estate, Kilrush, IR, July 1888
"I will add to my initial post that four of my articles on the photographing and the photographs taken at these evictions can be read online from postings at the Clare county library at the local history section."
Oct 27, 2021
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Photographs of the evictions on the Vandeleur estate, Kilrush, IR, July 1888

I am looking for widely distributed photographs taken at the evictions on the Vandeleur estate, Kilrush, IR.  Some 50 photographs were taken before, during and in the aftermath of these evictions.  It was the most photographed of the Victorian era Irish evictions.  Photographs were widely distributed, by witnesses present at the evictions, and those who came to Kilrush in the aftermath. The witnesses included 5 Americans and 6-8 English and Scottish individuals.  The number who visited…See More
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Photographs of the evictions on the Vandeleur estate, Kilrush, IR, July 1888

I am looking for widely distributed photographs taken at the evictions on the Vandeleur estate, Kilrush, IR.  Some 50 photographs were taken before, during and in the aftermath of these evictions.  It was the most photographed of the Victorian era Irish evictions.  Photographs were widely distributed, by witnesses present at the evictions, and those who came to Kilrush in the aftermath. The witnesses included 5 Americans and 6-8 English and Scottish individuals.  The number who visited…

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