Archives Snapshot: Bicycles

Archives Snapshot: Bicycles

  • 9th April 2020
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In today's video grab we take a look at the different styles of bicycle contained in the image collection of Tipperary Studies. Delve further into the image collection on the Tipp Studies archive to see these and a whole lot…

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A Tipperary Fair Day

A Tipperary Fair Day

Number 4 in our short podcast series is a description of a typical fair day in Tipperary in 1933. The day when the country came to the town and cattle filled the streets. Thanks to Des for permission to use…

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Digital Archive: GAA Match Programmes

Digital Archive: GAA match programmes

  • 7th April 2020
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In today's video grab we take a look at some of the GAA match programmes and yearbooks contained in the GAA collection of Tipperary Studies, which detail and reference Semple Stadium. Delve further into the image collection on the Tipp Studies…

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A Tipperary Bank Robbery Podcast

A Tipperary Bank Robbery podcast

Taken from Denis Marnane's Second hundred, this short piece describes an trio of ineffectual #Tipperary bank raiders who remained at liberty only long enough to hand over their takings to the IRA. https://soundcloud.com/tipperary-libraries/a-tipperary-bank-robbery

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Faction Fighting At Cappawhite Podcast

Faction Fighting at Cappawhite podcast

Our second podcast in the series. This one is taken from Denis G. Marnane's publication, The Second Hundred. A contemporary newspaper account of the ongoing problem of faction fighting in post-famine Tipperary. listen to podcast no.2 here   

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Orphans To Australia Podcast

Orphans to Australia podcast

The first in a new series of podcasts, reading from Denis G. Marnane's publications The first hundred and The second hundred;  originally short talks, each no longer than four or five minutes, on various aspects of Tipperary History and Heritage broadcast on Tipperary Mid…

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Errington Papers

Errington papers

  • 20th March 2020
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With the library closed to the public I've been able to get stuck into working on some of our special collections; the papers of George Errington esq. an absentee landlord with an estate in the Barony of Clanwilliam near Golden in County…

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Tipperary Studies Closure

Tipperary Studies closure

  • 13th March 2020
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All public libraries will close from 6 pm , Thursday 12 March, and remain closed until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Stay well everyone. Contact us at 0761 066123 or email studies@tipperarycoco.ie

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March People And Places Lecture

March people and places lecture

March 24th @ 7.30pm Dr. Kevin McCarthy Tom Kiely: Tipperary's and Ireland's greatest champion. Dr Kevin McCarthy presents an illustrated talk on Tom Kiely, and presents the case for him being not only Tipperary's greatest sports star, but Ireland's too.…

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