GAILEARAÍ ÍOMHÁNNA

Sraith Grianghraf an Bhiúró (BSM G)
Tá isteach is amach le 400 grianghraf a cuireadh faoi bhráid an Bhiúró sa tsraith seo, cuid mhór acu ar léir ar an gcéad fhéachaint orthu gur íhánna sainiúla de chuid na linne iad. Tá roinnt áirithe grianghraf sa Bhiúró nach íhánna comhaimseartha iad, mar shampla na grianghraif ón aer de shuíhanna Érímach na bliana 1916 a thóg an tAerchór tráth ní faide anall. Luaitear cur sí bunúsach maidir le 'grúpaígrianghraf ó dhaoine áirithe san innéacs a bhíg an mBiúró leis na grianghraif ar dtús. Is féidir cuardach a dhéanamh ar fud shraith grianghraf an Bhiúró tríhliceáil ar an íón cuardaigh thí. Nuair a rinneadh digitiú ar na híhánna, rinneadh digitiú ar na lipéid a bhain le hábhar a bhír chúl na ngrianghraf freisin. Tá treoir bhunúsach faoi bhealaíhun cuardach a dhéanamh go héifeachtach ar fáil ach breathnú ar comhairle maidir le cuardach éifeachtach. .



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Some of the members of the North Longford Flying Column.
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Some of the members of the North Longford Flying Column.The photograph of the North Longford Flying Column was taken on the morning of 1st May 1921 by a returned American who was entertaining them at the time, on the top of the Crott Mountain. A few hours previously the column had ambushed and shot dead two Tans at Reilly's house at Fyhora. The names of the men reading left to right are: Front row: Keiran, not a member of the column, but was 'on the run' and staying at Reilly's house. Pat Cooke, Paddy (Bug) Callaghan, Tom Brady, Tom Reddington, the Brigade O/C. Back row: Frank Davis, John (Bun) McDowell, Seamus Mckeon (a brother of General Sean McKeon), Michael Tracey, Paddy Lynch, Tom Reilly, James (Nap) Farrelly, Frank Gormley and Hugh Hourican. The original photograph was loaned to the Bureau for copying by Michael McKeon, Kilshawley, Co. Longford.
   
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