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From top: The first Bloomsday, 1954, from left: John Ryan, Anthony Cronin, Flann O’Brien, Patrick Kavanagh and Tom Joyce; Patrick Kavanagh and John Ryan with the door of No. 7 Eccles Street, Bloomsday, 1967.
For the day that’s in it.
As Father’s Day falls on June 16, I would like to take this rare opportunity to acknowledge my late dad John Ryan (beloved of Deirdre) painter, writer, editor and one-man Arts Council to impoverished genius and chancer alike.
The First Bloomsday
Pics: National Library of Ireland/Leslie Mallory
Irish Times online and print edition
Ultan Mashup writes:
Earlier: They Are Laughing At You
Previously: Maurice McCabe and the Irish Times Part 1 and Part 2
Covers to firstname.lastname@example.org
From top: Katy French’s sister Jill (right) and her mother Janet arrive at Trim Courthouse for the inquest into the model’s death this morning; Keiron Ducie (above) and Ann Corocran, who were with Ms French at the time of her death
(Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)