Posts Tagged ‘Irish Photographer’

Bloody Sunday in New York

Hidden Truths — Bloody Sunday 1972 examined one of the great tragedies of the Troubles in Northern Ireland — the shooting of thirteen Irish civil rights protestors by British soldiers in Derry, Northern Ireland on January 30, 1972. The International Center of Photography exhibition in New York was remarkable for bringing together the public —Read more..

Shaw Goes to Boston College

The John J. Burns Library of Rare Boston College has acquired three significant archives of material for its Irish Collection, which is already considered to be the most comprehensive collection of Irish research materials in the United States. The three new acquisitions are an important George Bernard Shaw collection, the Bobby Hanvey Photographic Negative ArchiveRead more..

Joe McNally: Photographer

On September 12, photographer Joe McNally’ s wife had to get into Manhattan, to tend to her duties as director of photography at Fortune magazine. She was forced to stay in Manhattan for several days, as the world absorbed the shock of the terrorist attacks on New York City. Joe McNally, meanwhile, was home inRead more..