In 1964, American adventurer and photojournalist Harrison Forman was in Dublin, Ireland. We’ve seen his terrific Kodachrome photographs of London, and a gallery of people feeding the pigeons on Trafalgar Square. And these pictures of Dublin are no less delightful. We see people on the streets around Trinity College, cars, busses and vans on the streets passing the O’Connell Monument and stop for a pint at the Bruxelles Bar.
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