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People gathered outside buildings on Upper Sackville Street, damaged during the Easter Rising in 1916.
A view of ruined buildings on Lower Sackville Street, in the aftermath of the Easter Rising in Dublin city in 1916. This shot was taken from the upper floor of a building on Sackville Street.
Two nurses, one with a bicycle, on Dublin's Lower Sackville Street , in the aftermath of the Easter Rising in 1916. The ruins of the Dublin Bakery Company Luncheon Rooms restaurant at 6-7 Lower Sackville Street can be seen in the background.
First row from right to left, unknown, Count George Noble Plunkett (centre wearing hat) Countess Plunkett and Grace Gifford, Dublin 1916.
Inspector Sharp of the Police and William Vesey Harrel (right) leaving the Shelbourne Hotel, St Stephens Green, Dublin, 29 May 1916. Both men were giving evidence for an inquiry about the Easter Rising 1916.
Republican prisoners Dick Donoghue (possibly left centre) and Tom Doyle (possibly right centre) with a British Army escort en route to Kilmainham Jail, Dublin 1916.
A man points to the spot in the Stonebreaker's Yard in Kilmainham Jail, where sixteen of the leaders of the Easter Rising 1916 were shot, Dublin 1916.
Republican prisoners who fought in the Easter Rising 1916, held at the Wellington Barracks (later Griffith Barracks) South Circular Road, Dublin 1916.
Prisoners being taken away from Boland's Mill by British soldiers after the Easter Rising, Dublin 1916. Eamon de Valera, who commanded the Third Brigade at Boland's Mill, is marked with an 'x'.
This gallery comes courtesy of the RTÉ Archives