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    Royal Irish Constabulary at Sixmilebridge, County Clare, on the 30th November 1912. Included is District Inspector George D Urban Rockwell in car.

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    Captain Charles Longcroft, Commander of the Royal Flying Corps legendary 2nd Squadron, at the control of his reconnaissance aircraft, at Rathbane. Standing is Fredrick Sykes who rose to the rank of air vice marshal, c. 1913.

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    Armed volunteers with service tents in the background on 15th October 1914. Top right is the ruined 15th century Carrigogunnell Castle.

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    Studio Portrait of two young girls holding dolls, c .1919.

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    A group of dockers pause to pose for the camera as a ship is unloaded at Limerick Docks with construction materials for the Shannon Scheme, c.1925.

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    Car accident at corner of Wolfe Tone Street and O'Connell Avenue, in Limerick City. April 1934.

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    A portrait of a gentleman taken in studio.

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    A young girl takes care of her brother and barefoot sister on a Limerick Street, c 1935.

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