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This exhibition explores the materials, craftsmanship and design details of vernacular houses surveyed in Lusk in 1943. It forms part of a wider collection of the Folklife Architectural Archive conserved by the National Museum of Ireland. Lusk Community Council is particularly proud that this is the first exhibition to be hosted in the newly developed Lusk Community Cultural Centre, an iconic vernacular cottage that has been redeveloped and repurposed as a cultural centre for Lusk. Taking place at Cultural Centre in LUSK ( Eircode K45 CP40 ).

The team that completed the Lusk survey are listed in alphabetical order below:

Patricia Almond
Denis Buckle
Denis Burke
John E. Burke
Donal Daly
Cormac Flanagan
Louis Peppard
Barbara Tobias

1943 Lusk Vernacular Buildings Exhibition
Image: Painted by John E. Burke in 1943. Watercolour paper, pencil, watercolours. Height 259mm, Width 368mm.

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