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Published on:14 Dec 2021

Cavan Library Service is delighted to offer free access to the Irish Life and Lore History Collection, '1922-2022: A Century of Change Part 1&2'. This oral history project marks the centenary of the formation of the Irish Free State (Saorstát Eireann). It records and catalogues the testimony of individuals who themselves, or their immediate families, have helped to create the vibrant Ireland in which we live and work today. Contact archives@cavancoco.ie or ring 049 4378500 for details of how you can access this wonderful resource.

The aim of 'A Century of Change', a project by Irish Life and Lore, was to record and catalogue the testimony of up to 300 individuals who themselves, or their immediate families, have helped to create the vibrant Ireland in which we live and work today.

 

Cavan Library Service is delighted to offer free access to Part 1 and Part 2 of the recordings.

1922-2022: A Century of Change (Part I)

The 133 interviewees in part one of the three-part collection include leaders in business and finance, in the arts and culture arenas, in media, agriculture, education, politics, engineering and architecture, health, defense forces, and sport.

1922-2022: A Century of Change (Part 2)

The 86 interviewees in part two of the three-part collection include leaders in business and finance, in the community and in the arenas of arts and culture; experts in agriculture, education, media and politics; practitioners of engineering and architecture and owners of Irish Country Houses.

 

To request access to Part 1 and Part 2 of A Century of Change 

Email: archives@cavancoco.ie

Telephone: 049 4378500

There is a copyright declaration form which must be  signed and returned to Cavan Library Service in order to access the recordings.