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by Vivienne Pollock,Trevor Parkhill

Free eBook Belfast (In Old Photographs) download ISBN: 0750917547
Author: Vivienne Pollock,Trevor Parkhill
Publisher: The History Press; UK ed. edition (November 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 128
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary
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Belfast (In Old Photographs) Paperback – 1 Nov 1997. by Vivienne Pollock (Author), Trevor Parkhill (Contributor). A Century of Belfast: Events, People and Places Over the 20th Century by Trevor Parkhill Paperback £. 9.

Belfast (In Old Photographs) Paperback – 1 Nov 1997.

Authors: Pollock, Vivienne, Parkhill, Trevor. Belfast (In Old Photographs) (Paperback). It includes images that have been drawn from the collections of the Ulster Museum. Publisher: The History Press Ltd. Listed in category: Books, Comics & Magazines.

Vivienne Pollock, Trevor Parkhill. In 1900 Belfast had the world's biggest linen factories and its largest ropeworks. Its shipbuilding industry produced more tonnage than any other city's (Titanic and Olympic were both built here). But Belfast was also home to cycle-makers, printers, artists, tea magnates, clog-makers, clothiers, photographers, engineers, tobacco manufacturers. They all feature in Made in Belfast.

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Great Victoria Street in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is a major thoroughfare . Pollock, Vivienne; Parkhill, Trevor (2001). A Century of Belfast. Swindon: Sutton Publishing.

Great Victoria Street in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is a major thoroughfare located in the city centre and is one of the important streets used by pedestrians alighting from Belfast Great Victoria Street railway station and walking into shopping streets such as Royal Avenue. The Great Northern Tower was built on the site of the old station terminus in 1992, and the second Great Victoria Street Station was opened on 30 September 1995. It is only yards from the site of its predecessor. Grand Opera House, Belfast, an ornate late Victorian theatre.

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Find nearly any book by Trevor Parkhill. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. used books, rare books and new books. Find all books by 'Trevor Parkhill' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Trevor Parkhill'. A Century of Belfast: Events, People and Places over the 20th Century. Industry, Trade and People in Ireland: Essays in Honour of . This fascinating selection of photographs illustrates the extraordinary transformation that has taken place in Belfast during the 20th century. The book offers an insight into the daily lives and living conditions of local people and gives the reader glimpses and details of familiar places during this century of unprecedented change. Many aspects of Belfast's recent and often turbulent history are covered, famous occasions (even infamous) and notable individuals are remembered and the impact of national and international events is witnessed.

Old photographs of women in paid employment are not only much less common than those of male workers, but are . M. Hill and V. Pollock, Image and Experience: Photographs of Irishwomen c. 1880-1920 (Belfast 1993).

Old photographs of women in paid employment are not only much less common than those of male workers, but are also subtly different in their arrangement and interpretation. The widely-held opinion that work done by women was of lesser import and consequently of lesser worth is emphasised by the nature of the photographic record, where many images appear to show women at work not in the real world but in the country of the poor, the outmoded, the archaic and the inadequate. Jones (e., The Encyclopedia of Early Photography (London 1981).

Trevor Parkhill and Vivienne Pollock. A Life in Linenopolis: The Memoirs of William Topping, Belfast Damask Weaver, 1903-56 (Occasional). Familia No. 9 1993, Vol. 2. Trevor Parkhill.

The images in Belfast in Old Photographs, many of them previously unpublished, habe been drawn from the collections of the Ulster Museum, which holds one of the largest and most important photographic archives in Ireland. Focusing on several central themes, they illustrate with remarkable clarity the changing face and fortunes of this great city during the century of so after the Great Irish Famine (184550).