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Cork in Old Photographs

by Tim Cadogan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0717135667, Paperback)

Second city of the Republic and capital of Munster, Cork has a proud mercantile tradition that long pre-dates the age of photography. The wide channel of the Lee, flowing into a magnificent deep-water harbour has made Cork a centre of commerce and social life for centuries. These photographs trace the evolution of city life over the last hundred years, tracking the rise and fall of economic activity, the gradual movement to the suburbs, the city's great sporting and musical traditions and much more. Tim Cadogan has assembled a remarkably wide selection of images, all of them drawn from private sources and most of them never seen before in print.

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