Kennelly photographers Archive represents a lifetime of work by Patrick Kennelly and his wife, Joan, got a passion for photography, a world record in data visual Co. Kerry. In 1953, enticed by a passion for photography newly trained chemist Patrick Kennelly safe haven away from the family of the pharmaceutical industry in Tralee, County Kerry and, on the coast southwest Ireland. Patrick married the love of children, Hood, John O'Connor in 1956 and together they opened a photography studio 6 Ashe Street, Tralee, County Kerry's. In late 1950 Kennelly Photography Studio, founded in Tralee. Patrick and Joan Kennelly was closely matches around every town and village of Kerry. Passion for them in every room, country school, church, pub and dance. Where people play and celebration, be it day or night, Patrick and John had to get it. The Kennellys cover all types of messages to normal in the extreme, a time of tragedy and triumph. Ireland is still in the grip of a tradition, but new scenes in 1950, many photo opportunities for social Kennellys.

Pat and Joan is well known figures in Dancehall circuit. They spend more than 20 minutes every Sunday night Dancehall. There were no names, or cash on the night. These files are worthy to receive local sales agents in the ravine, the Killarney and Castleisland, Tralee or to your studio. In 1959, John and Patrick bought Ilford postcard-processing machines and started taking pictures of cities, villages, hotels and scenic locations in Ireland to produce a series of country black and white real photo postcards. Kennelly was the only company in Ireland at the time of printing these types of cards. In 1961, Patrick Kennelly began recording footage ...

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He was one of the first news photographers who have it as a freelance cameraman Radio Telefis Stringer containing reports and pictures of the national broadcaster. In 1974, Patrick founded the local newspaper, Tralee Kerry's Eye, the County Kerry. Patrick created the newspaper in response to government failure to solve the problem of flooding in the house again. Various plans were filed, but everything that was declared too expensive to complete. Eye eighth issue of Tralee UDC has announced that work has begun with construction of new Culverts. Tralee is no serious flooding 30 years ago. The first edition of the eyes, Kerry 12 pages. Financing of the weekly newspaper ad in the next two years. She remained free circulation in Tralee in 1980 and sold for a nominal price of 12 pence outside Tralee. The newspaper still printed and published weekly circulation of over 26,000 families. This is the leading privately owned local newspaper in Ireland.