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1916 Uniform Is Presented to The National Museum..(L8)..1977..23.04.1977..04.23.1977..23rd April 1977..Today Sean Duffy will parade his Irish Volunteer uniform for the last time as he wears it before he presents it to the National Museum, Kildare Street, Dublin. He wore the uniform on active service in the North Brunswick/North King Street theatre of operations in Easter Week 1916. He also managed to wear the uniform while held in detention in both England and Wales in the aftermath of the rising...Image shows Sean Duffy at the ceremony to present his uniform to the National Gallery. Included are from left, Ms Bridie Duffy (sister of Sean), Padraig O'Snodaigh, Assistant Keeper of the National Museum, Sean O'Teachrain, Keeper , Art and Industry Division, Sean Duffy and his sister Ms Annie Woods. On the wall behind them is a copy of the proclamation read out at the G.P.O.in 1916.

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1916 Uniform Is Presented to The National Museum..(L8)..1977..23.04.1977..04.23.1977..23rd April 1977..Today Sean Duffy will parade his Irish Volunteer uniform for the last time as he wears it before he presents it to the National Museum, Kildare Street, Dublin. He wore the uniform on active service in the North Brunswick/North King Street theatre of operations in Easter Week 1916. He also managed to wear the uniform while held in detention in both England and Wales in the aftermath of the rising...Image shows Sean Duffy at the ceremony to present his uniform to the National Gallery. Included are from left, Ms Bridie Duffy (sister of Sean), Padraig O'Snodaigh, Assistant Keeper of the National Museum, Sean O'Teachrain, Keeper , Art and Industry Division, Sean Duffy and his sister Ms Annie Woods. On the wall behind them is a copy of the proclamation read out at the G.P.O.in 1916.