Ross Island, Killarney
Ross, strictly speaking, is a peninsula, but is generallly termed an island, and is the largest in the Lakes of Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland. The castle to the left of the drawing is Ross Castle, which was originally built by the O'Donoghue family and stands on a rock by the edge of the water.
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September 23rd 1861
Illustration number inscribed in ink l.l. under image: 21.
Inscribed in pencil l.r. on image: Ross Sept 23d /61.
Title inscribed in ink at number 21 in index of sketchbook 3059 TX.
Physical description: 1 sketch : watercolour ; image 17.4 x 24.8 cm., on sheet 30.4 x 41.3 cm..
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|PD 3059 TX 21||
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