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    Jerry Kennelly. In background is a slide of a photo taken by his parents, showing former taoiseach Charlie Haughey, then minister for lands and fisheries, eating lobster.

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    Jerry Kennelly. In background is a slide showing the recovery of the body of Kerry farmer Mossie Moore, who disappeared after a card game.

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    August 1968; Kerry footballer Mick Fleming signs an autograph for a fan near his home in County Kerry before the All-Ireland Senior Football Final. The Kingdom were defeated by Down 2-12 to 1-13.

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    26th April 1968; An Taoiseach Seán Lemass (far right, front row) and Minister for Commerce and Industry, with Jack Lynch TD (to his right) at the Irish Management Institute Conference in the Hotel Europe, Killarney, County Kerry.

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