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1960's beauty regiment. Imagine all the heat damage! : O At Jewel hair salon in Dublin, Ireland

1960's beauty regiment. Imagine all the heat damage! : O At Jewel hair salon in Dublin, Ireland

O'Connell Street, Dublin 1946

O'Connell Street, Dublin 1946

Joan Crawford Press Conference at the Gresham Hotel. Joan Crawford, a director of Pepsi Cola, is in Dublin with Mr. Len Leech, the company's Vice-President for the Northern European Division, for meetings with Pepsi's bottlers in Ireland to discuss new plans for expansion in 1967. .14.12.1966

Joan Crawford Press Conference at the Gresham Hotel. Joan Crawford, a director of Pepsi Cola, is in Dublin with Mr. Len Leech, the company's Vice-President for the Northern European Division, for meetings with Pepsi's bottlers in Ireland to discuss new plans for expansion in 1967. .14.12.1966

A night out in the Metropole, Dublin 1937.

A night out in the Metropole, Dublin 1937.

Mrs Maguire, (with bouquet), surrounded by other members of her family, celebrates the arrival of her 20th baby at the Rotunda Hospital. Even for its time, this was an unusually large family, and the event made the British as well as the Irish papers..09.10.1960

Mrs Maguire, (with bouquet), surrounded by other members of her family, celebrates the arrival of her 20th baby at the Rotunda Hospital. Even for its time, this was an unusually large family, and the event made the British as well as the Irish papers..09.10.1960

Le Bal des Petits Lits Blancs at Powerscourt, Co. Wicklow..04.07.1965

Le Bal des Petits Lits Blancs at Powerscourt, Co. Wicklow..04.07.1965

Ann Foley, Rose of Tralee 1967, leaves Dublin Airport, for a tour of the US. By coincidence, the Aer Lingus hostess pictured with her, Rosaleen Kelleher, was the Dublin Rose in that year’s competition.  .11.10.1967

Ann Foley, Rose of Tralee 1967, leaves Dublin Airport, for a tour of the US. By coincidence, the Aer Lingus hostess pictured with her, Rosaleen Kelleher, was the Dublin Rose in that year’s competition. .11.10.1967

094 Georges Street - Colette Modes was a very popular shop for suits and coats.

094 Georges Street - Colette Modes was a very popular shop for suits and coats.

Miss Ann Foley,  Rose of Tralee boarding the Aer Lingus Boeing on route to the United States for two weeks as part of her prize. She is wearing an Irish Tweed cape suit by Gailwear, over a fine wool pink Donal Davies blouse, part of her complete wardrobe presented by Brown Thomas..11.10.1967

Miss Ann Foley, Rose of Tralee boarding the Aer Lingus Boeing on route to the United States for two weeks as part of her prize. She is wearing an Irish Tweed cape suit by Gailwear, over a fine wool pink Donal Davies blouse, part of her complete wardrobe presented by Brown Thomas..11.10.1967

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