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Cork Past and Present
Maps, photographs, prints, books, journals and more on the history, genealogy and culture of Cork City.

‌‌‌ Selected poems / Seán Ó Ríordáin‌‌England and other stories / Graham Swift
The new emperors : power and the princelings in China / Kerry Brown‌‌‌ No man's land : writings from a world at war / edited by Pete Ayrton



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Public Holiday Opening Hours - St. Patrick's Day

All branches of Cork City Libraries will close on Friday 15 March at 5.30 pm and reopen on Tuesday 19 March at 10.00 am.  


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Events Guide March/April 2019

Download a copy of our events guide for March/April.


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Healthy Ireland

Cork City Libraries has added some new titles to stock under the Healthy Ireland Initiative. Download a copy of our updated reading list here.


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Interactive Timeline 1918-1923

Cork City Libraries has launched a new interactive timeline marking historical events in Cork from 1918 to 1923.  


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Lift Out of Order in the City Library

The lift in the City Library is currently out of order. The Local Studies Department and the Reference Department can be accessed using the stairs in the main foyer.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused.


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The Writing Room‌ 

The Writing Room site is a place where library writing groups can present their writings online

 

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Follow this link to It Seems History is to Blame, a decade-long programme to commemorate events between 1913 and 1923