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Paul Horan (aged 38), Seamus Byrne (aged 61), Peadar Birmingham (age 52) and Catherine Kelly (age 43)

6.9910.00

Description

The Carlow Workmans Club was established in 1898 in Brown Street, and is today one of the last Workmans Clubs in existence in this country. The recording with Paul Horan covered the history of the club, and Peadar Birmingham spoke about the members of the club. Catherine Kelly was the first lady to become a member of what had always been a men’s club, and she described her experiences there. Seamus Byrne, now the longest serving member of the club, tells of his memories of his long membership of a great club.

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The Carlow Workmans Club was established in 1898 in Brown Street, and is today one of the last Workmans Clubs in existence in this country. The recording with Paul Horan covered the history of the club, and Peadar Birmingham spoke about the members of the club. Catherine Kelly was the first lady to become a member of what had always been a men’s club, and she described her experiences there. Seamus Byrne, now the longest serving member of the club, tells of his memories of his long membership of a great club.

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Type:

Disk, MP3

Audio series:

Carlow county, first series

Bitrate:

128 kbps

Download time limit:

48 hours

File size(s):

45.42 MB

Number of files:

1

Product ID:

CDCW01-28

Subject:

The Carlow Workmans Club

Recorded by:

Maurice O'Keeffe

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