Journal of Enniskerry and Powerscourt Local History
Michael Seery, 2011 - 50 pages
Four articles in this issue: Powerscourt's Poor Literary Rich Girl... by Anne Roper;Petty Sessions at Enniskerry Courthouse by Úna Wogan; Looking back to 1911 by Brian White; Estate Management at Powerscourt 1847 - 1857 by Nuala Hunt
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