Cardall photographic collection
The Cardall collection is comprised of photographic postcards and their negatives and is organised according to views and towns and cities in Ireland. Images include street scenes, people, automobiles, advertising signs and shop fronts. This collection provides a good follow-up to the earlier postcard collections of Eason and Valentine. Cardall 'take negs' are organised according to numbers G1-G55.
[between ca. 1940-1960]
The photographer and year of each image is not known.
Approximately 1,400 individual items in the Cardall Collection are catalogued under call no. CAR, title and subject.
Physical description: 63 boxes ; in preservation envelopes, in mylar, in phase boxes.
Physical description: prints 4,826 : b&w
Physical description: postcards 97
Physical description: plastic negatives [ca. 4079] : b&w; 15.2 cm x 10 cm
Citations/References: "Into the Light: an Illustrated Guide to the Photographic Collections in the National Library of Ireland" by Sarah Rouse, pp. 8-9 and 21.
Finding Aids: Finding aid is available in NPA reading room and a list of negative numbers is in box with 'take' negatives.
|Call Number||View in||Collection|
|CAR||NPA Reading Room - Appt. only||Photos|
Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.