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Review of the Tipperary Historical Journal 2024

Launch of Tipperary Historical Journal 2024 W. Nolan The well-known sculptor Jarlath Daly launched the 2024 issue of the annual Journal of the Tipperary Historical Society on Saturday 8 June in The Source Thurles. Jarlath is a native of Tipperary…

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Launch of Tipperary Historical Journal 2024

This Saturday, the 8th of June, the Tipperary Historical Journal 2024 will be launched by Tipperary born sculptor Jarlath Daly at the Source Library after the society's AGM at 2.30pm. The journal features articles about Tipperary, book reviews, and a…

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New collection added: Kent of Borrisokane

Uncovering the Kent Collection: A Window into Borrisokane's Past Tipperary Studies is delighted to announce the addition of a fascinating new collection to our digital archives: the Kent collection. This treasure trove of historical documents and photographs was kindly loaned…

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Tipperary People and Places March lecture

Join us in The Source Library, Thurles on Tuesday 19th March for Barry O’Reilly’s lecture The Architectural Heritage of County Tipperary. Barry will take us on a whistle-stop tour of the country, architecturally speaking, with an emphasis on our vernacular…

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Thurles: A Photographic Journey

Tipperary Studies is delighted to present an additional collection of images offering a glimpse into 20th century life in Thurles, Co. Tipperary. https://tippstudiesdigital.ie This photographic collection was generously loaned for digitization by Paddy Loughnane, a native of Thurles. It includes…

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February People & Places Lecture

Our February lecture by Dr. Gavin Wilk examines the lives of Tipperary Republicans who emigrated to New York after the Irish Revolution and particularly during the Great Depression. Gavin's talk will offer a glimpse of how these men and women…

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