The BMH Photo (BMH P) series
This series consists of some 400 photographs submitted to the Bureau, many of which are instantly recognisable as iconic images of the period. Certain photographs in the BMH, such as the aerial shots of 1916 Rising action sites, are not contemporary and were taken much later by the Air Corps. The original BMH index for the photographs included basic descriptions of 'groups' of photographs from certain contributors. You can search the BMH photograph series by clicking the search icon below. The images were also digisited including the rear of the photos with relevant captions provided. For basic guidance on how to search effectively, please see some tips for effective searching.

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Irish volunteers leaders, and events of national interest 1912-1916.

THE SUCCESSOR OF WOLFE TONE "BEG PARDON, CONSTABLE, BUT MAY WE HAE A REVOLUTION" ? THE CONSTABLE: "CERTAINLY ME BHOY, AMUSE YERSELVES, BUT MIND, DON’T BREAK ANY WINDOWS, …. OR ILL SUMMON YE" VENUS, AS THE ALLEGED MORALISTS WOULD HAVE HER. For displaying a picture postcard of Venus de Milo, Messrs. Morrow, art dealers, Nassau Street, had two plate-glass windows smashed after the Man-sion House Meeting, re "Immoral" literature! LORD ABERDEEN - "I am afraid it's too big for me."

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Album name:bmhadmin / P26/27: Irish volunteers leaders, and events of national interest 1912-1916.
Notes::Type: Cartoons, Format: Book containing 13 pages, each 11" x 8"., Date of Origin: N/A , Artist/Photographer: Ernest Kavanagh ("E.K") of "The Worker"., Artist/Photographer Occupation: Cartoonist in the Dublin nationalist and labour papers 1912-1916., Artist/Photographer Provider: Mrs. Maeve Cavanagh McDowell, 53, Larkfield Grove, Kimmage, Dublin., Date Provided: 2nd June 1949, Album Notes: The donor is a sister of the artist.
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Date added:Jul 30, 2012
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