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Victorian Dun Laoghaire: A Town Divided

ISBN: 9781845880798
€25.00
Illustrated with exceptionally high quality archive photographs, many previously unpublished, this is both a striking visual work and a controversial history of the one of Ireland's most well-known areas.
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Illustrated with exceptionally high quality archive photographs, many previously unpublished, this is both a striking visual work and a controversial history of the one of Ireland's most well-known areas. For many years, the scenic side of the town has been the focus of publications; in this book, the author has extensively researched the darker side of Dun Laoghaire, and reveals the poverty which has historically counter-balanced its more salubrious tendencies.

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Illustrated with exceptionally high quality archive photographs, many previously unpublished, this is both a striking visual work and a controversial history of the one of Ireland's most well-known areas. For many years, the scenic side of the town has been the focus of publications; in this book, the author has extensively researched the darker side of Dun Laoghaire, and reveals the poverty which has historically counter-balanced its more salubrious tendencies.

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