Bobbie Hanvey is a photographer living and working in Northern Ireland. The John J. Burns Library of Boston College has more than 50,000 negatives in the Hanvey Archives. The digitized photographs comprise a comprehensive documentation of people and life in the North of Ireland from the 1970s through circa 2007.
Primary sources are materials that provide a historical record for the way life was in the past or how a particular event or movement came to be and unfolded. Examples include first-hand accounts such as those found in diaries, memoirs, letters and newspaper articles. Video and audio recordings of events and government documents provide historical record as well.
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The Burns Library is home to rare books, manuscripts, archives and important collections of architectural records, maps, art works, newspapers, photographs, films, prints, artifacts and ephemera.
Boston College Digital Collections provide access to Boston College rare and unique collections in digitized form.