The Titanic photographer | Francis Browne (1912 - 1944)

Fr. Browne, The Marconi Room: Titanic, 1912                                         Fr. Browne, Biscay Sunset, 1924  
 At Keem Beach, Girl Combing Her Hair. Achill Island, Co. Mayo, 1939                                       Fr. Browne, On Garton Strand, Yorkshire, 1931
Girls on Cliffs, Dun Aengus, Aran Islands. Co. Galway, 1938                        On Garton Strand:Bathers and Breakers (Surf Riders), Yorkshire, 1931
Fr. Browne, Eddystone Lighthouse, Near Plymouth, 1925 
Taxi Rank, Dublin, 1930                                                  ‘Window Shopping’ Kodak’s Shop, Dublin, 1930 
Car Turning in Snow. Virginia, Co. Cavan, 1943                                                 Fr. Browne, St Stephen's Green in Fog. Dublin, 1944
Fr. Browne, Balbriggan, 1946                                                                  Fr. Browne, Town Crier with Bell. Knock,Co. Mayo, 1938
Live Wires, Post Office Linesmen, Emo, Co. Laois, 1937
Miss Riley Nosing Around Slea Head, Dingle, Co. Kerry, 1932                                          Gravel buckets supplying cement works, Drogheda 1942
^ Fr. Browne, Boys watching Mail being set up for collection by the Travelling Post Office
Fr. Browne, Get your hair cut, Dublin, 1931 ^
^ Fr. Browne, Our Boys :"Shooters Shot". Buttevant, Co. Cork, 1930 
Fr. Browne, Carmel Bowers at Alphonsus Court, Drumcondra On Her First Communion Day, Dublin, 1940 ^
Fr. Browne, Self at hairdressers, Dublin, 1942                                   Fishing the River. Near Foxford, Co. Mayo. 1938   
Fr. Browne, Golden Youth of Tipperary: Photographer at Golden National School. Co. Tipperary, 1929

Francis Browne (1880 – 1960) was a distinguished Irish Jesuit and a prolific photographer. His best known photographs 
are those of the RMS Titanic and its passengers and crew taken shortly before its sinking in 1912.

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