CHARWOMEN AND WORK IN EARLY TWENTIETHCENTURY DUBLIN

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CHARWOMEN AND WORK IN EARLY TWENTIETHCENTURY DUBLIN with Ciaran McCabe


Charring, or cleaning, was among the lowest paid, yet most common, forms of work for women in Dublin. This talk will discuss the domestic and working lives of Dublin’s charwomen in the early 1900s.

Walkinstown Library
16th October at 6.30pm


Booking required: walkinstownlibrary@dublincity.ie or (01) 222 8890
 

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