2 edition of Pre-war and County Antrim memories found in the catalog.
Pre-war and County Antrim memories
Title taken from cover.
|Statement||[compiled by] Mike Green.|
|Contributions||Green, Mike, 1944-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. :|
He painted in many different locations, including the Glens of County Antrim, as well as the more inhospitable coastal landscapes of Donegal and Galway. A successful painter of his day, Craig exhibited regularly at the Royal Hibernian Academy from and was elected to both the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) and the Royal Ulster Academy (RUA). The immediate shadows of the pre-war may have been temporarily in suspension for them in a place as remote from the front lines as Iceland, but the sense of escape, of the need to pause and think things through, is almost palpable in this strange set of “letters home” in verse and prose, bound up as a book. Home Explore north belfast - Loughview Community Action Partnership. north belfast - Loughview Community Action Partnership. Horrified by her terrible accounton December 16th in the County Down village of Millisle, of the life for which she was destined, Amy quickly offered Preenashe was the eldest of the seven children of David. Mary Jones Arrington of Rocky Mount, N.C., taught school in Franklin County, N.C., and was interested in genealogy and local history of Nash County and Edgecombe County, N.C. The collection includes correspondence and collected data of Arrington related to family and local history, including copies of 19th- and 20th-century letters, wills, and.
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