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Putting some colour in the Treaty Stone

This stereo-view of the Treaty Stone was produced by the largest producers of stereo-views in the world Underwood & Underwood Publishers. They produced stereo-views from 1882 until 1920 this image in Limerick was taken about 1900. These slides were placed into a viewer and held over the eyes, the slight variation of each image would give the illusion of a 3D image. The image below is an iconic view of the Treaty Stone with Limerick Castle behind.

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Putting Colour in the Treaty Stone

Below is the same image colourised to try and give it more life than a black & white image. It was difficult to decide what colours would suit each individuals clothing. Though the postal boy sitting on the steps of the Treaty Stone was known to have a blue uniform.

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Sharon Slater

Sharon Slater is the owner and operator of the Limerick’s Life website. She has been researching and collecting information regarding Limerick history and genealogies since her early teens. She obtained a Masters degree in Local History at the University of Limerick.

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