In the summer of 1961, US tourist Charles Weaver Cushman (1896 – 1972) was in Dublin, Ireland. We’ve seen his Kodachrome photographs of Beirut, Lebanon, San Francisco, the circus, London, Glasgow and Edinburgh and Paris. Cushman, a surveyor from Indiana, shows us College Green, Dublin Castle, St Stephen’s Green, Grafton Street and Nelson’s Pillar.
Via Indiana University Archives.
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