Our latest batch of 'missing persons' adds sixty-six fascinating figures from Irish history to the DIB. Today we're publishing Terry Clavin's new entry for Mary Bonaventura Browne, an abbess of the Poor Clares...
To mark the publication of our latest batch of 'missing persons', we publish the entry on Kate Meyrick by Margaret Elliott, below. Seated centre in the image above from 1928, Meyrick dominated the London nightclub...
Florence Stoker, Oscar Wilde's 'first love' and the woman whose canny management of her husband Bram's estate helped make 'Dracula' a household name, is among the sixty-six 'missing persons' (twenty-eight of whom...
Happy Christmas! We hope to evoke the festive spirit by publishing the DIB entry of actress and Christmas panto stalwart, Maureen Potter, by Lawrence William White.
This is the first in a series of posts exploring printers’ devices in the early printed books of the library’s collections.
The Scientific Committee of the Louis-Jeantet Foundation is actively searching for nominations for the 2021 Louis-Jeantet Prizes.
Wishing you all a happy Christmas with one last bonus word: 'Nollaig'.
The prize will be awarded during ALLEA’s General Assembly in London on 4 June 2020.
‘Suigh síos agus déan do chuairt. Is iomaí lá sa reilig orainn...’
Wishing all our members and friends a very Happy Christmas and New Year.
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