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Michael Collins: A Life in Pictures

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A collection of photographs that catalogue the life of Michael Collins. This work includes illustrations of the buildings and locations he would have known in Ireland and Britain, together with photographs of his family and the people he knew. It also includes photographs of personal items such as his Waterman's fountain pen and his GAA medal.
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published March 1st 2008 by Mercier Press
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S. Sigerson
Sep 16, 2014 S. Sigerson rated it it was amazing
Collins fans will "oooh" and "aah" over this profuse pictorial. Arranged in chronological sections, from boyhood to maturity, it includes photos of his boyhood home, the National School he attended as a child, offices where he worked and schools where he studied in London, the interiors of his safe houses in Dublin. His fountain pen, examples of letters, documents & other memorabilia.
Lesley Looper
Mar 14, 2009 Lesley Looper rated it liked it
Shelves: non-fiction, 2009
I'd never heard of Michael Collins before this title came through my workflow, so it was interesting to learn a bit about Collins' life and Irish history through the pictures and captions of this book.
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