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True Dubliner Living in Wyoming... Will always be "herself"... "A milliner is born not made" Alice O'Reilly.

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Firewatch for PS4
Tullamore Dew Whiskey Gifts | Tullamore Dew 12 Year Old Ceramic Decanter / Bot.1960s
A new film asks 'where is Bernadette Devlin?'
On the morning of the 17th May 1974, four cars were driven from Belfast and Portadown in Northern Ireland – three cars headed for Dublin and the other to Monaghan. The Cars were driven by members of the Ulster Volunteer force. All four contained bombs–no warnings were given before they exploded– three exploded in Dublin(killing 26)– ninety minutes later a bomb exploded in Monaghan (killing 7). It is alleged that the UVF had support from members of the British Armed forces.
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Irish Wolfhound
Details about 65th Birthday Present Scarce Irish One Shilling Coin 1954 Ireland Charging Bull
Leinster Street, aftermath of a loyalist bomb in 1974.
On this day in history: Loyalist bombings in Dublin/Monaghan kill 34 in 1974
Aftermath of Dublin bomb attack in South Lienster street.
Dublin bombings 1974.
Then & Now | Historical Dublin | Bridges of Dublin, 1980 and 2013
St. Francis Xaviar Church, Gardiner St, 1940s.
Molyneaux Yard, Dublin, Ireland.
Coras iompair Eireann Bus and train ticket place beside the piller on O' connell st
Grace Plunkett buys a Republican Loan Bond
Beaded Necklace- 600-700 - Frankish, Niederbreisig, Germany;Glass,amber, shell, calcite. 15 inches. MetM
Art Object | The Metropolitan Museum Mobile