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- DescriptionIn 1937, Ernie O'Malley and his wife, Helen Hooker, returned to Ernie's home county and made their home in Newport, Co. Mayo. Helen, a keen photographer, began to compile a fascinating collection of photographs of the people who lived in Mayo, their way of life and the environment that surrounded them, and continued to do so for the next decade. When Helen died in 1993, her son Cormac rediscovered this archive, and the result is this wonderful photographic portrait of a way of life and a landscape that has long since changed beyond recognition. The book is a perfect gift for anyone interested in this history of the west of Ireland, or an Ireland that has disappeared into the mists of time.
- Author BiographyCormac O'Malley is Ernie O'Malley's son. He works as an international lawyer and has been extensively involved in ensuring his father's writings are made accessible to all those interested in Irish history.
- PublisherThe Mercier Press Ltd
- Date of Publication02/11/2015
- Place of PublicationCork
- Country of PublicationIreland
- ImprintThe Mercier Press Ltd
- Content Note80
- Weight703 g
- Width240 mm
- Height290 mm
- Spine10 mm
- Edited byCormac O'Malley,Juliet Christy Barron
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