The Following Photo's Are Courtesy of Colin Smythe

Curley, the piper playing at Coole House, while in the background, W.B.Yeats, Lady Gregory and (probably) her son, Robert Gregory.Lady Augusta Gregory (15 March 1852-22 May 1932). Her lifelong motto was taken from Aristotle: Lady Gregory and W.B.Yeats.A young Lady Gregory walking with her dog in front of Coole House, Co. Galway.RS10538_c123651.jpgRS11169_c9007832_1.jpgRS12022_c619278.jpgRS137_1309052.jpgRS14464_c11166.jpgRS14691_2d7d0055.1.jpgRS15346_img_3673.jpgRS15351_img_3723.jpgRS1665_02100234319.jpgRS17583_b03638.jpgRS17584_b03645.jpgA very snowy Coole Park Visitors Centre RS18567_966111227.jpgRS19038_spring_launch_(2_of_3)-lpr.jpgRS19527_a5106514.jpgRS19529_a5106530.jpgRS22565_84878451.jpgRS23299_89492775.jpgRS23300_89492787.jpgRS24690_2d7d0091.jpgRS26166_71754004.jpgRS38530_G101_6.jpgRS40839_2013. shy of the camera - W.B.Yeats at Coole, looking confident and aesthetic.W.B.Yeats at CooleGeorge Moore leaving Coole, probably 5 October 1900, with W.B.Yeats, who stayed a few days longerSean Tobin, Lois Tobin, Sr. Mary DeLourdes Fahy, Eileen O'Connor, Ronnie O'Gorman, Marion Cox at the launch of Autumn Gathering 2013 - Women Writers running from October 3-7 at Coole Park.  Photograph by David Ruffles.

AdmirorGallery 4.5.0, author/s Vasiljevski & Kekeljevic.
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