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PRESERVING ANCIENT AND HISTORIC MONUMENTS AND SITES IN STATE CARE IN NORTHERN IRELAND, c 1921 TO c 1955. PART FOUR: FRESH DEPARTURES IN THE SYSTEM OF CARE
MALCOLM F FRY
Ulster Journal of Archaeology
Third Series, Vol. 66 (2007), pp. 150-161
Published by: Ulster Archaeological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20699263
Page Count: 12
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The practicalities of everyday care for a varied and expanding collection of vested monuments in Northern Ireland form an aspect of our administrative history since the 1920s. By the mid 1950s the government's somewhat minimalist early attitude towards looking after field antiquities had changed to one of greater professionalism and increased expenditure. This took place against rising public expectations both in Britain and Ireland of what an official ancient monuments service ought reasonably to accomplish.
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