Relative

This Dublin exhibition from The Complex pairs images of rebels from the 1916 Rising with a statement from witness accounts and an image of a relative. (Witness accounts of soldiers from 1913-1921 are archived at the Bureau Of Military History.) Above is Mamie Kilmartin, a nurse. Bríd Smith, grand-daughter of Barney Murphy (shown in the final image, below) is People Before Profit TD for Dublin South Central and launched the original exhibition, which ran for nine months in the Law Society Of Ireland in 2016 before being moved to Benburb Street.
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text: X04323 X04322 X04324 X04325 photographs by steve mccullough curated by annemarie kilshaw the complex at little green street fourcourts three hundred irish volunteers cumann na mban and fianna éireann law society of ireland

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