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Harold's Cross (In Old Photographs)

Harold's Cross (In Old Photographs)

Joe Curtis

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Harold's Cross got its name from a cross which marked the boundary of the lands owned by the Archbishop of Dublin and the lands of the Harold clan in the 1500s. Today, Harold's Cross is a bustling thoroughfare and, although it is now a suburb on the south side of Dublin, it was once akin to the best little town in Ireland, being completely self-sufficient with schools, churches, shops, bars, a hospital, an orphanage, convents, a monastery, a cinema, a major cemetery, mills and factories, a park, a canal, large and small houses, a dog track, and many farms and orchards. For its residents, it has a rich and varied history, which is beautifully captured in this book of archive photographs.

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Author Joe Curtis
Publisher The History Press
Publication date 6 May 2011
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9781845887025

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