The Square in Tuam
Description:A photograph of the Square in Tuam (a town in Galway county). There are buildings, electricity poles and footpaths on each side of the street. There are street lights attached to some of these poles. There are several cars in the picture, and quite a few cyclists. There are several men and women in the picture, and a few of the men are wearing caps. The word "Rooney's" and "Gramaphone Stores" appear over the first shop front on the left. The word "Butler's" is over the next shop front, and there is a petrol pump in front of this shop which supplies 'Caltex'. The name "Hes[sion] is over the first shop front on the right. The words, "Fahy & Co. Ltd." are displayed on the next building. The town hall with its tower and clock, is visible on the right, and the Imperial Hotel can be seen on the left. There is a high celtic cross near this hotel, and there are railings around the cross. There is a group of people standing on the right of the cross, and this group includes a policeman. There is a street sign on the left of the cross. On the right, there is a small dog walking up the street.