Naas historical exhibits requested for online project

Naas collector looking for historical exhibits for online museum project area

Locals have set up a social media platform seeking old photographs of Naas area in times gone by.

People are being asked to share images of artefacts they may have found in their garages or attics while cleaning out clutter during the Covid-19 lockdowns.

Naas District Museum page on Facebook has already received several images, such a 1964 showing Harry Graham’s garage opposite the De Burgh estate on the Sallins Road, Naas.

Also on the Facebook page is a crate belonging to ‘Mrs B Lawlor & Sons Caterers, Naas’ which may date back to the early 1900s.

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