And then there is Galway
|Main Creator:||Rivers, Elizabeth, 1903-1964, artist|
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Accompanying text on page 93 of book "Connemara Journal": "And there is Galway, which is a darlin' town, a darlin' town, with its Spanish archway and its rushing rapids of a river, and its turf-carts and its bog-carts and hay-carts, its narrow streets and shawled women, its perpetual air of market-day"
Inscribed in red pencil l.l. of page: (65)
Title inscribed in pencil l.c. on page
Illustrations published on page 93, in "Connemara Journal" by Ethel Mannin and illustrated by Elizabeth Rivers, printed in 1947 by Westhouse, London
Physical description: 1 print wood engraving image 5.1 x 8.3 cm., on sheet 6.5 x 10 cm., on page 21.5 x 13.7 cm.
Attributed to Elizabeth Rivers
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|PD 3013 TX 7||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland