Collection: Hogan-Wilson Collection >> [The Irish Louvain: view of the burning of Cork city after the...
[The Irish Louvain:
view of the burning of Cork city after the Black and Tans]
|Main Creator:||Hogan, W. D., photographer|
|Published / Created:||
ca. 13 December 1920.
Photographic print (embossed with "W.D. Hogan, / 56 Henry St., / Dublin." lower right).
This photograph shows the devastation in the centre of Cork city after the Burning of Cork on 11/12 December 1920. The large facade still standing on the right is Sunner's Pharmaceutical and Dispensing Chemist at 31 Patrick Street.
Additional information about this photograph is available on the National Library of Ireland's Flickr Commons photostream http://www.flickr.com/photos/nlireland/49202355778/
Exhibited as part of ‘From Turmoil to Truce, photographs of the War of Independence’, 19 November 2019-May 2020 at the National Photographic Archive
Physical description: 1 photograph : gelatin silver print ; 13.9 x 19.1 cm.
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|HOGW 100||NPA Reading Room - Appt. only||Photos|
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