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The Archive includes diaries, photographs, manuscript and printed paper ephemera, all dated 1896-1983.Large Archive includes 2,191 letters, comprising 6,737 manuscript and typed pages, plus over 1,000 pieces of paper and printed ephemera.THE actions of an Esk teenager who attempted to have sex with a dog were described to an Ipswich court as "spontaneous and opportunistic rather than predatory".His attempt to interfere with the dog in March 2015 was experimentation rather than cruelty, according to Crown prosecutor Amanda Robinson. Judge Alexander Horneman-Wren requested the facts of the offending not be read into the record in sentencing at Ipswich District Court yesterday morning.Fagg and Marion Rebuschatis both before and after they were married, while they were both attending college at the University of Wisconsin, and when Kenneth was attending art school in New York City, and beginning his career as an artist and illustrator. This section of the archive includes 52 letters written by Marion Fagg in 1938 to her Aunt Emma Noud, her mother's sister. The correspondence seems to have been started with a hospital stay for a broken hip by Aunt Emma.At this time the Faggs were living at Sunnyside Gardens, L. Also included in this section of the correspondence collection are 43 letters written to Donald Fagg, the son of Kenneth and Marion Fagg.

Those of you who have seen copies of the Laurence photographs of Athy at the turn of the 20th century will know of Noud’s Corner, now Winkles which figured prominently in a photograph of Emily Square of approximately 100 years ago.I was interested to read the name Noud in the Missing Friends column of August 1858 where Michael and Andrew Noud of Athy were mentioned as having landed in New York on 3rd June 1848 from where they subsequently went to St. For some unexplained reason Crookstown always figured prominently in queries printed in “The Pilot”.Persistent enquirers were Mary Walsh and her brother Edward who after a lengthy period sought information on their brother Denis Walsh of Crookstown who emigrated to America in 1846.On 31st January 1857 his sister Matilda sought information on the whereabouts of Charles O’Neil, described as a boot and shoe maker of Athy who was last heard of in New York nine years previously.Two weeks later Michael and John Dunne of Crookstown, who together with their mother and their sister Mary Dunne went to America in May 1847, were the subject of an advertisement inserted by their brother-in-law Felix Byrne.