Jack O'Sullivan, Co-Founder of Killorglin Men's Shed. Ref: Kt272
A completed Súgán (Rope) Stool which showcases one of the many skills of members of the Men's Shed. Ref: Kt273
A part of old Killorglin is seen at the back of what was John and Denis Mangans' General Stores which faced onto Main Street Killorglin. Ref: Kt274
The Tom O'Donnell Day Care Centre which was the old Carnegie School. Ref: Kt277
Three historic posters connected to the old Carnegie which can be viewed inside the front entrance which were kindly donated by Historian, Patrick 'Pa' Houlihan. Source: Patrick 'Pa' Houlihan Historical Collection. Ref: Kt278
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