Creator(s): Browne, Charles R, 1867-c 1918, doctor
Administrative History ↴
Charles R. Browne (1867-c.1918) medical doctor and anthropologist. Dr Browne was born at the home of his maternal Heuston grandparents at Ballykisteen, Co Tipperary and died in Falmouth 'soon after the 1918 war'. During his time in Trinity he was much influenced by and very devoted to the late Daniel Cunningham professor of anatomy and surgery from 1883-1903, whose assistant he was for many years.
Archival History ↴
Family descent, to Dr Browne's daughter Miss Gwendolene Browne, Hants. Presented to Trinity College Dublin's Manuscript and Archives Research Library in March 1997.
Immediate Source Acquisition ↴
Content & Structure
Scope & Content: Browne, Charles R, 1867-c 1918, doctor ↴
Photograph collection including images of Dublin and Trinity College Dublin, including the anthropological museum; Irish and English military and hospital scenes, West of Ireland island community and antiquities; genealogical material
Appraisal Destruction ↴
The collection is arranged in six single volumes
Conditions of Access & Use
The album of cyanotype images (MS 10961/1) must be consulted on disc.
Conditions Governing Reproduction
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6 photograph albums
Material Language Script
An item-level descriptive list complete with index is available to search online, a number of photographs can also be viewed on the catalogue
Archive Web Link →
Ciarán Walsh and Dáithí de Mórdha, The Irish Headhunters: the photograph albums of Charles R. Browne. A catalogue of a travelling exhibition of images from these albums curated by Walshe, 2012
Descriptive Control Area
Adapted by Natalie Milne, 2014
ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description. 2nd ed. Ottawa: International Council on Archives, 2000.
National Council on Archives: Rules for the Construction of Personal, Place and Corporate Names. Chippenham: National Council on Archives, 1997.
UK Archival Thesaurus (UKAT)