Book on Victorian Cork is launched

Local author, Roger Herlihy has written a book on Victorian Cork. See The CorkNews article at: http://thecorknews.ie/articles/new-book-sheds-light-victorian-era-cork-8601

Tales from Victorian Cork

Tales from Victorian Cork

The book looks at what life was like for people living in Cork during the Victorian period. It was recently launched by Dr St Leger in the South Parish Community Centre, Sawmill Street, Cork.

Tales from Victorian Cork 1837-1859

is available from Waterstones, Liam Ruiseals, Easons, Porters of Wilton and Douglas Court Shopping Centre.

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One Response to Book on Victorian Cork is launched

  1. Ronnie Herlihy is a fascinating man. He went out of his way to take me on a private, conducted tour of St. Joseph’s cemetery, when I was last in Cork, and I cannot wait to read his book.

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