Armagh Public Library :: Shared Description

The web site of the Armagh Public Library states that ...(it is) the oldest library in Northern Ireland...founded in 1771 by Archbishop Richard Robinson as part of his plans to establish a university and to improve Armagh City. The 1773 ‘Act for settling and preserving the Publick Library in Armagh for ever’ established the Library and its name"
The Library building was designed by Thomas Cooley, and has always housed both the Library and the Library Keeper’s residence. In 1839 a gallery was added to the main public area, called the Long Room, to accommodate the growing collections. This was followed in 1848 by an extension on either side of the original building.
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H8745 : The junction of Abbey Street and Castle Street by Eric Jones
H8745 : The Armagh Public Library by Eric Jones
H8745 : Side view of the Armagh Public Library by Eric Jones
H8745 : Abbey Street ascending towards the Armagh Public Library by Eric Jones
H8745 : The front of the Armagh Public Library viewed from Abbey Street by Eric Jones
H8745 : Armagh Public Library by Eric Jones
H8745 : The east facing side of the Armagh Public Library by Eric Jones


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Created: Thu, 16 Jun 2016, Updated: Thu, 16 Jun 2016

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