Pictures From our Past

Below is a selection of photographs from our past. Click on each thumbnail to view a larger version.

President of the Library Association of Ireland, Isolde O’Deirg,; John Tracy of International Education Suppliers; the Minister for Education, Mrs Gemma Hussey TD, and publisher James Booth of TDC celebrating the publication of the Dublin Corporation Yearbook & Diary, 1987.
An Taoiseach, Charles J Haughey receiving a specially bound presentation copy of Dublin Corporation Millennium Book on March 13, 1988, from publisher James Booth of TDC, with the printer, Des O’Connell, left; and Jack Fitzpatrick, right..
TDC Library Suppliers and Publishers, shopfront, North Frederick Street, Dublin 1
Evening Press photo on February 20, 1986, at the reception for the Liffey Trust Annual with James Booth Managing Director, Carole Collins, Rathcoole, and Colm O’Callaghan of TDC.
Michael Keating, TD with James Booth at the opening of the TDC Bookshop.
James Booth, left, presenting a TDC fundraising cheque to the CEO of the Folio Fellowship of Ireland charity, on 9 June 1987. On right is AIB Manager, Philip Murphy.
Karina Smith (left) and Joan Kelly of TDC Publishers.
The Dublin City Yearbook & Diary 1987 presented to the Lord Mayor, Bertie Ahern, TD being admired by publisher James Booth and on right City manager, Frank Feely
Councillor Carmencita Hederman, Lord Mayor of Dublin receiving the city Annual Yearbook & Diary for 1988.
At the hustings! Promoting books and library equipment and systems. James Booth (centre) of TCD representing the UK library suppliers, Don Gresswell International.
Noel Carroll PRO Dublin Corporation (right), with Barry O’Sullivan TDC and publisher James Booth.
James Booth of TDC presenting Superintendant Michael O’Donovan with a plaque marking his retirement in 1996 on behalf of the North Inner City Business Association.
The City Manager, Frank Feely and the Lord Mayor, Carmencita Hederman, with President of Ireland, Patrick J. Herlihy.
Finola O’Donovan, Librarian UCC, greeting His Excellency, the Japanese Ambassador, Mr. Minoru Takeda at the opening of Ireland’s first Computer Bookshop; centre, James Booth, TDC Publishers; back, Jim O’Donnell, Institute of Public Administration.
His Excellency, the Japanese Ambassador, Mr. Minoru Takeda; Gordan d’Arcy, author; Isolde O’Deirg, President of the Library Association of Ireland, presenting the Minister for Education, Mrs Gemma Hussey with a copy of the Lixicon Universal Encyclopedia; James Booth, TDC Publishers; Danny Baxter, General Manager, K. G. Heyden & Sons.
Winners alright! A triumphant booksellers’ football team celebrating their defeat of the Librarian Association team in the mid-1980s. James Booth of TDC front left.

TDC Publishers,
Frederick House,
2 Hardwicke Street,
Dublin 1, Ireland

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