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2021 Tipperary Historical Journal available

The 2021 Tipperary Historical journal is now available,  buy on our journals page https://tipperarystudies.ie/tipperaryhistoricaljournal/ or drop in to Tipperary Studies to pick up your 2021 copy. Also available from Bookworm, Thurles and Bookmarket, Clonmel. Packed with articles ranging from the…

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December lecture new date

Our December lecture date has moved. It will now take place on the 14th December @ 7pm.  The lecture will be held in the Source theatre and booking is essential. Please call the box office TEL: 0504 90204.  https://www.thesourceartscentre.ie/visit/book LIMITED CAPACITY…

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Muintir na Tíre photos online

Muintir na Tíre was established in 1937 by John M Canon Hayes, and  launched in Tipperary town in November of that year. We're digitising some of our Muintir holdings including these photos from the Tom Fitzgerald collection in Tipperary Studies.…

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Irelands Great War dead website launched

November 11th each year is Armistice Day. To mark it this year Tipperary Studies are launching a new website www.irelandsgreatwardead.ie today, where they will host a database of servicemen and servicewomen who died in the Great War. There are 31,384…

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Raising revenue for the Holy Land

Our series fifteen lecture series got off to a flying start with Dr. Margaret Murphy of Carlow College speaking on the Templar Order in Ireland and more particularly on the manor at Clonoulty, Co. Tipperary. The manor of Clonoulty was…

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Lecture series fifteen dates

Our 2021/22 lecture series has been confirmed and we start the series on Tuesday October 26th with Dr. Margaret Murphy speaking about the Knights Templar and agriculture in medieval Tipperary. The Templars came to Ireland in the 1170s on foot…

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New: Collection of auction posters online

We have just added a collection of fifty two auction posters from the 1930s and 40s to our online digital archives. The posters were digitised by kind permission of Paul Walsh and son, Templemore.             …

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