Mason Photographic Collection, PC [graphic].
Lantern slides are organised under box numbers M1-52. M1- M10 Irish Industries; M11- M13 Ireland At Work; M14- M15 Dublin City and County; M16 Box A; M17 Box B; M18 Box 3; M19 Box D; M20 Box E; M21 Box F; M22 Box G; M23 Box H; M24 Box I; M25 Box J; M26 Dublin Scenes; M27 Christchurch; M28 The Normans (includes handlist); M29 St Patrick's; M30 St Patrick's (includes handlist); M31 St Patrick's; M32 Irish Manuscripts and Their Cases; M33 Irish Croziers and Shrines; M34- M37 Antrim; M38 Carlow/Cavan; M39- M40 Clare; M41 (Mason T.) Boyne and Tara (includes handlist); M42- M48 Irish History; M49- M50 Isle of Man; M51- M52 Foreign/ Unidentified and unnumbered.
|Main Creator:||Mason, Thomas Holmes, 1877-1958, photographer|
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The vast majority of the collection has been catalogued under call number M.
Related Materials: See also "Magic Lantern and Slides" (vtls 315650) which includes glass slides of various photographers with at least one Mason slide of the Headfort Demesne as well as Lawrence evictions.
Related Materials: Individual items have been indentified by Arkhive Productions.
Between 1880 and 1964, Thomas H. Mason, and later Thomas H. Mason & Sons Ltd., operated at 5-6 Dame St., Dublin, as opticians and photographic dealers. The slides in this collection were used to educate audiences as to places and people in Ireland's history.
Physical description: lantern slides 2187 ; cm 8.2 x cm 8.2 or larger.
Physical description: postcard 1.
Physical description: prints 2 : b&w.
Physical description: 77 boxes ; in preservation envelopes, in phase boxes.
Citations/References: "Into the Light: an Illustrated Guide to the Photographic Collections in the National Library of Ireland" by Sarah Rouse, p.61.
Finding Aids: Limited finding aid available in the NPA Reading Room.
|Contained in:||Mason Photographic Collection|