The Local Studies Department is the primary resource for local history research in County Tipperary for historians and enthusiasts. It has a dedicated reading room with modern research facilities.
1867, Drombane, GPO, letters, Post Office, postal histroy, wall box
1944, 1945, antiquities, Barony of Kilnemanagh, Borrisoleigh, Drombane, Irish Tourist Association, natural features, Sport, topography, Upperchurch
1843, Aligort, Ballinnira, Ballyhoughter, Castlefogarty, Clareen, Coolbawn, Coolkill, Coolnamunna, Corroughnathinnagh, Dooree, Drombane, Druindyhy, Drumbane, Drumminagown, Drumminphillip, Foilagowl, Friars Lodge, Garryvenus, Grague, Graigue, Gurthaloola, Gurtheenafooragh, Killeenleagh, Knockalough, Knockathial, Knockhaurinduve, Lakindharra, Lisheen, Mealiffe, Montalt, Moyaliffe, Property, Rape field, Roskeen, Rosmult, Rosnacanning, Shanballydhuve, Taxation, Thurles PLU, Valuation, White Hall, Wood
1991, Drombane, GAA, Holycross Ballycahill, Intermediate Hurling, Match Programme, Mid-Tipperary, Minor Hurling, Moycarkey Borris, Rahealty, Senior Hurling, Thurles Kickhams
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