Photo: The Curious Alsatian

The Curious Alsatian
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Image by National Library of Ireland on The Commons
A bunch of fascinated boys, and their equally engaged study something in the River Liffey at , Dublin.

Date: 1964

NLI Ref.: WIL 8[6]

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Question by Caveman Man: Can someone find me a photo of that dog wearing the scorpion jacket from the movie “Drive”?
Replica Ryan Gosling's jacket for dogs. It was making the Twitter rounds, but I couldn't find it to save it.

Best answer:

Answer by ♫ Kuku Kajoob
I cant get the answer to post without getting an error screen
Im going to post this then come back and edit and put in the link..and see if that works. It has in the past

If not Google in quote marks like this
” drive” ” dog” “jacket”
Then click the Images tab and it will show up.

Nope. It wont let me post the link on an edit either.

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    • oliveiradesamuel
    • July 25, 2012

    I really liked this photo! Child is always child, in all times!

    • July 25, 2012

    Probably looking at something dead floating by.
    Ah, them were the days when the Liffey stank in summer with an all-pervasive aroma of rotten eggs.

    • frank_murphy2002
    • July 25, 2012

    Great pic. Love it..

    • National Library of Ireland on The Commons
    • July 25, 2012

    [] 🙂

    • FelixPagaimo
    • July 25, 2012

    Whatever is happening down there. Love this kind of photos that make you think, wonder, dream. Beautiful.

    • ClickKen04
    • July 25, 2012

    Well, l remember Pearse, Connolly Griffith & the well know individuals involved in the 1916 Rising being mentioned in History and why Dev was not in front of a firing squad etc., but Collins was not at the Centre of things at all in what we were thought!

    The only Time I remember Collins being mentioned was he was shot by ‘unknowns’ and there was a Road named after him 0n the Northside of Dublin..I kid you not!

    • National Library of Ireland on The Commons
    • July 25, 2012

    [] Happy Easter to you too 🙂

    • National Library of Ireland on The Commons
    • July 25, 2012

    [] Charming is a good word for it, thank you.

    • National Library of Ireland on The Commons
    • July 25, 2012

    [] [] I sometimes wonder if who taught you and where in the country, influenced what and who you were taught about in history – in the days before there was such a set history curriculum.

    • National Library of Ireland on The Commons
    • July 25, 2012

    [] Is it Ormond Printing Works you mean? And any idea on when in 1964 the two-way system changed to one-way. Between that and the shorts and sandals we should be able to date this much more accurately than "1964"…

    • tj666
    • July 25, 2012

    HaHa. Very charming shot.

    • anthony1928 (Have A Great Day)
    • July 25, 2012

    Nice image and capture. Have a happy Easter.

    • ClickKen04
    • July 25, 2012

    Ah right. I was just wondering about the ‘sensitivites’ of the time had a part to play in the ‘Pagentry’ but I would have thought Dev might have been ‘Pro active’ with a ‘Demonstration of History, but then maybe not because of his own Historical backround with the Legacy & arguments over the Collins assassination/situation.
    I must admit, we were thought about Dev in school in the 60’s & 70’s but I don’t recall Collins being ever mentioned oddly enough!
    Tks for the info!

    • National Library of Ireland on The Commons
    • July 25, 2012

    Can anyone else here help Ken [] with this query: "I was curious to know if there was a Parade pre 1966 in Dublin or any of the Cities at Easter?" because I don’t know about pre-1966.

    • Set fire to the world
    • July 25, 2012

    buen trabajo

    • swordscookie
    • July 25, 2012

    [] I couldn’t swear to it Ken but I don’t think that there was a parade other than the Old IRA one with all the veterans. No military is what I mean.

    • swordscookie
    • July 25, 2012

    A snapshot in time and a lesson in the effects of change. These lads are probably from nearby Greek St. Flats, Chancery House Flats or Ormond Square where Johnny Giles comes from. They are wearing sandals without socks and in what appears to be a warms day one chap has a jacket on. An interesting feature is the fact that the traffic on the quays appear to still be two-way, later that year the one-way system was brought in and the north quays ran in the direction of O’Connell St. Not much has changed on the skyline on the far side of the Liffey. Sunshine Chambers is on the right of Parliament St. And the Clarence Hotel and a famous printing works I cannot remember the name of are just past Grattan Bridge.

    • yousif abdelrazaq
    • July 25, 2012

    so amazing

    • Nick Stewart2
    • July 25, 2012

    Making mischief no doubt. Wonderful period shot. Have a great Easter weekend.

    • ClickKen04
    • July 25, 2012

    I was curious to know if there was a Parade pre 1966 in Dublin or any of the Cities at Easter?
    Tks Carol.

    • National Library of Ireland on The Commons
    • July 25, 2012

    Happy Easter to you too, Ken! Very welcome on the shots, and what are you looking for on the 1916 material?

    • ClickKen04
    • July 25, 2012

    Nice one Carol. Is their anything for the 1916 Commemoration in ’64?
    Happy Easter and tks for putting up the interesting shots!

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