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More photos from Maurice Billingsley
(not necessarily in chronologic order).



(source & commentary: Maurice Billingsley)

A corner of the village of Serre Eyraud where some of us were put to learn French.



(source & commentary: Maurice Billingsley)


View from a window at the Noviciate


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(source & commentary: Maurice Billingsley)

Antonio Marin and Otto Maier coming through the larches
on the Grand Autan above Serre Eyraud.

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(source & commentary: Maurice Billingsley)

John Halloran living it up in Nice. November 1969; we had
been given a few days' break during which
some of us
decamped to the coast. Our lodgings were rather more modest . . .

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(source : Maurice Billingsley)

Peter Hurrell snowed up at the bottom of the cresta run
— as seen in a previous picture on the site.

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(source & commenttary: Maurice Billingsley)

Hank standing beside Robbie; we can remind ourselves
just how wee Hank was - head and shoulders below Robbie.



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(source & commenttary: Maurice Billingsley)

Robbie with a Spanish MAfr, whose name I forget, at the top of the cliff
between the French and German speaking towns in Fribourg.


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(source & commenttary: Maurice Billingsley)

At Charlie Timoney's ordination, Clonmel, July 1968.

(L-R):

Quentin Lowe, ——  & son, Brendan Gormley, Maurice Billingsley, Dick Moran

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(source & commenttary: Maurice Billingsley)

Maurice Billingsley (left) and Ray Murphy. 1968-69

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(source & commenttary: Maurice Billingsley)

Fr Hans Maier snapping Hank and Fr Van Asten, Superior General.

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(source & commenttary: Maurice Billingsley)

This should go before the shot of the red ensign in the last lot of pictures.
I was on the train to Larne when I was fortunate enough to catch this steam
engine — John Byrne can no doubt give full history - on the opposite
platform of a rather run down station.

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(source & commenttary: Maurice Billingsley)

Mirror plus Queen Sheila from the VMM.
See previous batch of pictures.