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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Exhibitions | Collections
    to our newsletter for news and exclusive offers Email Collections The GAA Museum houses a vast collection that illustrates the development of Gaelic games from ancient times to the present day The collection covers the period from the foundation of the GAA in 1884 to the present day and represents local national and international aspects of the Association The GAA Museum is home to the most iconic trophies in Irish

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Exhibitions | Legends Tours
    the process The 2015 line up includes Tommy Walsh Kilkenny Seán Boylan Meath Paddy Cullen Dublin Eoin Kelly Tipperary John Mullane Waterford Tomas Ó Sé Kerry John O Leary Dublin Anthony Tohill Derry Benny Tierney Armagh Joe Connolly Galway Seachtain na Gaeilge Extra tours will be added in September to take place on the eve of both the All Ireland Hurling and All Ireland Football Finals Book now for 2015 Legends Tour Series Brendan Cummins Tipperary August 2014 From 2008 2014 the line up of Legends Tour participants is 2008 Jimmy Keaveny Dublin Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh Seán Boylan Meath Charlie Redmond Dublin Joe McDonagh Galway Eoin Bomber Liston Kerry Jimmy Barry Murphy Cork 2009 Jimmy Magee Anthony Daly Clare Cyril Farrell Galway Michael Babs Keating Tipperary LIam Griffin Wexford Eugene McGee Offaly Colm O Rourke Meath Brian Mullins Dublin Mick O Dywer Kerry Eddie Keher Kilkenny Dara Ó Cinnéide Kerry Seachtain na Gaeilge 2010 Barney Rock Dublin Graham Geraghty Meath Darragh Ó Sé Kerry Peter Canavan Tyrone Donal O Grady Cork Billy Morgan Cork Paddy Doherty Down Nicky English Tipperary Brian Cody Kilkenny Seachtain na Gaeilge 2011 Bernard Flynn Meath Ray Silke Galway Tony Hanahoe Dublin Ollie Canning Galway Martin

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Exhibitions | Previous Exhibitions
    2009 and featured 50 photographs including several enhanced archival images which had never before been on public display The earliest photograph on display featured the Trinity College Hurling team of 1879 pictured outside the Trinity College Exam Hall three years before the GAA was founded Other notable images included a magnificent one of Michael Collins Harry Boland and GAA Secretary Luke O Toole before a hurling game in Croke Park in 1921 A number of significant events held in Croke Park over the last century were featured including the 1924 Rodeo the 1928 Tailteann Games Muhammed Ali s famous fight against Al Blue Lewis and the more recent Special Olympics Opening Ceremony in 2003 and also the U2 concert in 2005 Great teams of the past and present were included to the forefront was a team photograph of the Irish Invasion team which represented the GAA during a trip to the United States in 1888 also featured were action shots of Dublin and Armagh players during the fantastic 1977 All Ireland Football Final Present day teams also featured Portumna s Damien Hayes is captured celebrating a goal in the 2009 All Ireland Ireland Club Championship Final and Tyrone s Sean

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Library & Archive | GAA 1913 - 1923 Online Digital Archive
    1913 1923 Online Digital Archive Club Archive Appeal About the GAA Library and Archive GAA Library and Archive Clients GAA Archive Collections GAA Library Collection GAA Article Collection GAA Thesis Collection Articles on the history of the GAA Archive Shop Subscribe to our newsletter for news and exclusive offers Email GAA 1913 1923 Online Digital Archive To commemorate the centenary of the 1916 Rising the GAA is creating an online digital archive that will showcase the rich history of the GAA during the revolutionary period of 1913 1923 This archive which will be launched in 2016 will contain digital copies of GAA photographs match reports posters administrative documents and museum artefacts relevant to the period 1913 1923 If GAA members clubs or supporters or other institutions have material from the period 1913 1923 that may be suitable for inclusion in this online digital archive it would be appreciated if they could contact the GAA Museum Archivist Mark Reynolds mreynolds crokepark ie 01 8192350 The GAA is particularly keen to acquire digital copies of the below All Ireland winning teams The 1919 Kildare Football Team The 1923 Galway Football Team The 1913 and 1922 Kilkenny Hurling Teams The 1914 Kerry Football

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Library & Archive | Club Archive Appeal
    GAA Library and Archive GAA Library and Archive Clients GAA Archive Collections GAA Library Collection GAA Article Collection GAA Thesis Collection Articles on the history of the GAA Archive Shop Subscribe to our newsletter for news and exclusive offers Email Club Archive Appeal The GAA Library and Archive is actively seeking donations from GAA clubs If people are in a position to donate club material to the GAA Library and

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  • The GAA Archive; Information on collections held, public access procedures, acquisition and donation policies
    and enquiry into the rich history of the GAA its members and the contribution made by the Association to the social political and cultural life of Ireland The collections held by the GAA Library and Archive are open for public consultation to bona fide researchers The Library and Archive is open to the public on Monday and Tuesdays only but appointments are strictly necessary Applicants must make an appointment using the provided application form The reading room of the GAA Library and Archive is located in the GAA Museum Croke Park the Cusack side of the Stadium Archives are original and irreplaceable To ensure that no damage comes to the archives a series of rules have been drawn up and these rules must be followed by all users of the Library and Archive Any person found not obeying the rules will be asked to leave and may be found liable for damage caused Archive Acquisition Policy Records Rule The GAA Library and Archive is dedicated to acquiring preserving and making accessible the records and archives of the GAA which document the history of the Association The collection of archives is regulated by the GAA Archive Acquisition Policy This policy approved

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Library & Archive | GAA Library and Archive Clients
    Munster Council minute books Hayes Liam Heffo A Brilliant Mind London Transworld Ireland 2013 In this biography of Dublin legend Kevin Heffernan the author Liam Hayes consulted the Mick Dunne Collection held by the GAA Library and Archive Kelleher Humphrey GAA Family Silver Dublin Sportsfile 2013 In the book GAA Family Silver The people and stories behind 101 cups and trophies Humphrey Kelleher explores the background to the main GAA cups Humphrey made extensive use of the Central Council minutes in writing this publication Donal MacAnallen The Cups that Cheered Cork The Collins Press 2012 The main focus of The Cups that Cheered is on the Sigerson Cup and Fitzgibbon Cup competitions Coverage is also given to the origins and development of Gaelic games in higher education colleges prior to 1911 and the involvement of colleges in other Gaelic games competitions after 1911 Donal used the records belonging to the Youth Third level section of the GAA Library and Archive Cormac Moore The GAA v Douglas Hyde Cork The Collins Press 2012 The GAA in 1938 removed President Douglas Hyde as a patron of the GAA when he breached Association rules by attending an international soccer match Cormac Moore used the Central Council and Connacht Provincial Council minute books to research the removal of Hyde its consequences and aftermath Matthew Hussey A Legendary Lily White Jack Higgins of Naas Dublin Original Writing Limited 2011 A Legendary Lily White is a biography of Jack Higgins one of the greatest Gaelic footballers of the early twentieth century When Higgins hung up his boots he became an administrator at county provincial and national level Matthew Hussey used the Central Council and Leinster Council archives to chart the administrative history of Jack Higgins John Bowman Window and Mirror RTÉ Television 1961 2011 Cork The

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  • Collections held by the GAA Archive
    Connacht Provincial and County Archives Leinster Provincial and County Archives Munster Provincial and County Archives Ulster Provincial and County Archives International GAA Archive Archives of the Camogie Association GAA Library Collection GAA Article Collection GAA Thesis Collection Articles on the history of the GAA Archive Shop Subscribe to our newsletter for news and exclusive offers Email GAA Archive Collections The GAA Archive holds the administrative records of the Gaelic Athletic Association these are the records which were created or received by the GAA during the course of its business The collections held by the GAA Archive reflect the administrative structure of the Association collections are relevant to National Provincial and County Board units To view the photographs held by the GAA Archive please visit the photos and prints section of shopping crokepark The Archive does not hold biographies information or statistics on individual players teams or matches The Archive does not collect nor hold newspaper cuttings Due to copyright law the Archive does not hold film or audio footage of GAA matches To make an appointment to view a collection please complete and return the provided application form Click on a below link to visit each page GAA Archives National

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