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They are, top row, left to right, Catherine Byrne, Helen Boyle, Rose Byrne, Elaine Kane, Imelda Redmond, and Ann Byrne. The Irish wolfhound is beloved part of Irish culture, and photo detectives helped identify this beautiful canine through small details in this portrait.
The building in the background was quickly identified as the “Barracks,” a military installation in Waterford, while the metal badge on the boy’s sleeve revealed he was a drummer in the Band of the Irish Guards.
This led to the military career of one Edward Francis Frazer, and the online community was able to track his life, from his birth in China to his days in the army.
The helmet on the table next to him bears the crest of the Royal Field Artillery, with which Second Lieutenant Frazer served in Nigeria during World War I. Frazer was also the uncle of Irish actress Maureen O’Sullivan, famous for playing Jane in Tarzan films from the 1930s and 1940s—which also makes him great-uncle of actress Mia Farrow.
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The NLI has turned the results of the project into an exhibition, For a long time, this image of a group of kids was simply marked, “Unidentified Photograph from the Wiltshire Photographic Collection.” But when photo detective Sharon Corbet managed to identify the building in the picture—18 Abercorn Road, in East Wall, a neighborhood in northern Dublin—some interesting facts started to emerge.
Corbet found that the building had once been the home of Irish writer and playwright Sean O’Casey, renowned for his realistic portraits of life in Dublin’s slums during the country’s civil war and the 1916 revolution against British rule. Corbet then reached out to councilwoman Maureen O’Sullivan, a native of East Wall, to help identify all of the kids.
Thanks to a comment offered by Niall Mc Auley, it was found that, back in 1917, the official mascot was named Leitrim Boy, and was born in November 1907. Fraser,” but the facts of the young soldier’s life remained elusive.