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Four Alls pub, County Cork (1967)

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Caption   Four Alls pub, County Cork (1967)
Description   The sign outside the Four Alls pub at Sam's Cross near Clonakilty town, County Cork on 4 June 1967. The pub was once run by Jeremiah Collins, a cousin of Irish revolutionary leader Michael Collins. The inscription reads 'I rule all. I fight for all. I pray for all Ah! but I pay for all'. This shot was taken for RTÉ reference purposes, during a shoot which included nearby Skibbereen town. RTÉ Television and Radio broadcast several programmes in 1967 to mark the centenary of the Fenian Rising. Prominent Fenian leader Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa was a shopkeeper in Skibbereen.  
Collection   RTÉ Stills Department  
Photographer   McEvoy, Edward (- 2013)  
Date of photograph   04/Jun/1967
(04/Jun/1967 - 04/Jun/1967)  
Rights holder   RTÉ  
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