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The first Glen Feis in 1904, with lead organizer F.J. Bigger, featured banners designed by John Campbell, representing the nine glens of Antrim. The magnificent Taise banner is now the only known one in existence from that Feis and is on display in Ballycastle Museum. The collection also features artworks by prominent Irish artists such as J.W. Carey, John Campbell, Rosamund Praeger and watercolors by A. Nicholl and John Nixon. There is also social history material of the 19th and 20th centuries, Neolithic finds from Rathlin Island, Bronze Age material, and a photographic and postcard archive.

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The first Glen Feis in 1904, with lead organizer F.J. Bigger, featured banners designed by John Campbell, representing the nine glens of Antrim. The magnificent Taise banner is now the only known one in existence from that Feis and is on display in Ballycastle Museum. The collection also features artworks by prominent Irish artists such as J.W. Carey, John Campbell, Rosamund Praeger and watercolors by A. Nicholl and John Nixon. There is also social history material of the 19th and 20th centuries, Neolithic finds from Rathlin Island, Bronze Age material, and a photographic and postcard archive.

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Created: May 25th, 2020 
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