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

‌‌‌ 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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Local Studies : Temporary Closure

The Local Studies Library will close from 3:00 pm on Saturday 14 January 2017 and re-open at 10.00 am on Wed. 25 January 2017.


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Cork 150 Exhibition : What was Cork like 150 years ago?

Travel back in time at the latest exhibition in The Lightwell, Hollyhill Library.

Running from 10th-31st January 2017

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UCC Spring Courses in Cork City Library

Register now for University College Cork's Spring courses which will take place in Cork City Library.

The venue is the Thomas Davis Room, ground floor of the City Library.  All fees are payable to UCC.

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Growing Imaginations Project Shortlisted for 2016 Chamber Ireland Award

Cork City Libraries / Cork City Council has been shortlisted for the 2016 Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards for the Growing Imaginations project.


Cork City Council Library Development Programme 2015 - 2019

Cork City Council’s development programme for the library service, called Read – Learn – Explore, has been published.

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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