Limerick through the Looking Glass, the Ludlow Collection, a collection of photographs by amateur photographer John Riddell.
Limerick has a skyline of spires. The city has more places of worship on its main street than any other city or town in Ireland.
With four bacon factories operating at the heart of the city, the pig played a vital role in Limerick's economic and social life.
Mount Saint Lawrence is Limerick’s largest place of burial. It is the final resting place of both Limerick’s most important figures and its poorest citizens.
This City of Culture project produced a major photographic exhibition and web-archive of Limerick in the 1970’s.
The Haselbeck Collection Exhibition was based on the photographs of Franz S. Haselbeck.
To commemorate and celebrate Limerick’s major role in the eventful period of 1914-1922, Limerick Museum and Limerick Archives produced a number of projects that highlight Limerick men and women who
St. Joseph’s Hospital was founded as the Limerick District Lunatic Asylum in 1827 and records of the institution survive in the archive from that date.
The Retrospective Exhibition detailed 800 years of Limerick’s governmental history.
The Shannon Fisheries Archive is an oral history project that details the life experiences of the people and their families who worked along the River Shannon.
Limerick Archives has a large collection of photos and records in relation to the visit of US President John Fitzgerald Kennedy in the Summer of 1963.
Limerick Archives' publication, A Stitch in Time, a History of Limerick Clothing Factory, (produced in association with the Social Development Directorate, and written by Sharon Slater) weaves tog