26 Mar 2020
Fingal County Council and COVID-19: Help us to help you.
Researchers and other visitors to Fingal Local Studies and Archives, 46 North Street, Swords need to make an appointment in advance..
Mon - Fri: 10.00am to 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 5.00pm
By Post : Fingal Local Studies & Archives, 46 North Street, Swords, Co.Dublin
By Email: [email protected]
By Telephone : (01) 8704495 / 8704486
Our friendly and efficient service is available to anyone who is interested in local, social or family history. All researchers are welcome, professional or amateur, individual students, groups, classes etc. Queries are also welcome by phone, post or e-mail.
Our collection contains an extensive range of reference books relating to Fingal and Ireland. Other resources include directories, maps, estate papers, newspapers, photographs, postcards, online resources, state papers, census and church records.
Our local history journal Fingal Studies is edited by historian Joseph Byrne and is available for sale here and in all our branch libraries.
Our special collections include the Cloghran Stud Records, Cumann na mBan correspondence and memorabilia, Thomas Ashe collection, Fingal Sports collection and a selection of the Talbots of Malahide estate papers on CD.
Why not check out some interviews with famous Fingal sports stars at Sport Stars - YouTube
The Fingal Oral History collection Series 1 and 2 are available in the library or online at Fingal Local Studies - YouTube
A selection of our postcards and photographs are available to view at Flickr: Fingal Local Studies' Photostream
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