Photograph, black and white, landscape style of a group of men outside a prison.
Photograph, black and white, landscape, showing a group of men posing outside a building that appears to be a jail; In front of them is a sign with the words ‘Up Clare’ written on it. Frank Keane is second from the left, seated; Frank Butler is seated behind the sign, with his arms folded; other men in the photograph are unidentified. Printed on Fujifilm paper.
Donated by Bernadette Cocking (nee Keane), daughter of Frank Keane, also known as Francis Keane, or Frank ‘Dowro’ Keane. ‘Dowro’ Keane was a member of the IRA in during the Irish War of Independence and died of TB in 1948.
This photograph was in the donor’s brother’s home and she had it copied. The family originally lived on the Kilrush Road, Ennis.
Collection: Bernadette Cocking
Category: Visual Representation