The Ruins of Dublin 1916 Thomas Johnson Westropp Photograph album TCD MS 5870 Manuscripts & Archives Research Library Trinity College Dublin
Cork city centre was ravaged by fire after the Black and Tans, the RIC and British soldiers went on a rampage to avenge the killing of an Auxiliary soldier by the IRA at Dillon's Cross on 11 December Image: Mercier Archives
University College Dublin holds a significant amount of 1916 ephemera and memorabilia and much of this material is now available to view via the UCD Digital Library in its Towards 2016 collection.
[Spectators viewing parade outside Bolger & Co. wine and spirit merchants No.] by Clarke, J.
13 Cuffe lane, Dublin
May A party of Sinn Feiners, including a bearded old man, marched away under escort, The Irish rebellion began on Easter Monday April 1916 when the Irish rebels attempted to gain control of public buildings in Dublin, but they were doomed to failure
The burnt out shell of the Dublin GPO - General Post Office on Sackville Street - now O'Connell Street - & ruins of the Metropole Hotel in the aftermath of the 1916 Easter uprising