Contents Volume 13, 2007

Bann Disc Volume 13Page iii – Foreword

Page vi – Programme

Page vii – Over to you

Page 1 – History of Chipboard Manufacturing at Castleroe – Alastair Knox

Page 8 – Coleraine Whiskey – Jennifer Cunningham

Page 14 – Kennedys, The Coleraine Foundry – Jacqueline McAlistair

Page 26 – Garvagh Businesses – Jennifer Cunningham

Page 28 – People at Work

Page 32 – More Coleraine Blacksmiths – Jennifer Cunningham

Page 36 – Edward Gribbon and Sons – H. Gribbon

Page 40 – Laundry Services in the Twentieth Century – Jennifer Cunningham

Page 47 – McMurtry’s Saddlery – Jennifer Cunningham

Page 48 – H & T Bellas – Jennifer Cunningham

Page 51 – An Insight into the Family Life of A H Moody – Jennifer Cunningham

Page 61 – A Glimpse of 2 Old Coleraine Firms

Page 63 – Holden’s Directory 1811 – contributed by A. Robinson

Page 68 – Maxwell’s Quarry

Page 73 – A Visit to Coleraine in 1917

Page 78 – Portrush Bathhouse, Stables, Garage, Cookhouse – Hugh McGrattan

Page 80 – It’s a Long Way from Mountsandel to New Zealand – Jennifer Cunningham

Page 84 – John McCoullogh, “The Eminent Tragedian”

Page 93 – Kerrs of Roselick

Page 95 – Name that Place

Book Reviews:

Page 97 – Fun is our business – The story of Barry’s Amusements: Jim Cameron

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