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
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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