Social history is made as Jacobs Biscuits archive moves to Dublin City Library

Papers chronicle factory which gave jobs to generations of Dubliners and was seized during Rising

19th February, 2016
Workers at lunch

A Mansion House tea party on Monday will celebrate the transfer of the archives of W & R Jacobs to Dublin City Council.

The 330-box archive was acquired by Dublin City Library and Archive in 2012. Following cataloguing they will now be open for public access at the City Library and Archive at 138-144 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

The Lord Mayor Críona Ní Dhálaigh “I want to congratulate Dublin City Library and Archives for acquiring the Jacob...

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