Partners in the Census online project.
Library and Archives Canada has already created an online exhibition of documents in their custody relating to the Irish in Canada, accompanied by text from scholars in the field. The Shamrock and the Maple Leaf can be found at http://www.collectionscanada.ca/ireland/.
The Director of the National Library of Ireland has given us permission to use some of the Lawrence photographs from the turn of the last century, and photographs from other collections in its custody. The Lawrence Collection is one of Ireland's most important collection of photographs, covering the whole country, including every city and town.
Dublin City Library and Archives have allowed us to use a selection from their valuable collections of photographs.
The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland is hoping to digitize its very useful Guide to Northern Ireland Sources for the Study of Canadian History, c. 1705-1992.
The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland has given us permission to use some of their “Darkest Dublin” photographic collection, which records working class housing conditions in Dublin in 1912.
The Irish Railway Records Society has allowed us to use some of its unique transport material from the period.
Fingal County Council Archives have offered us a selection of very interesting local authority material for the period.
The Ulster Museum has allowed us to use some of their photographs relating to life in the northern counties.
Waterford County Museum has allowed us to use some of its rare photographs relating to the city and county.
The Irish Examiner has allowed us to use some of its extensive collection of images relating to Cork city and county.