Published by Attic Press, 1985, this is an account of life in the Liberties over a period of a century from the 1850's to the 1950's. After the Famine , Máirín Johnston's mother moved to Pimlico from Gort, and four generations later the author compares what Pimlico - in Dublin's Liberties - was then and what it was at the time of writing.
Billed as a 'social history with a difference, with humour',
Paperback,binding solid, light creasing to front cover, some age spotting to some of the pages. No other marks to the text internally.