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Joan Collection

"Joan: A Journey through Time and Places" From the military badge she proudly wore to her adventures in Downings, Rosguill Peninsula

Background imageJoan Collection: Military Badge

Military Badge
Ulster impressions.Photolithograph after Joan Wanklyn, 1976.Published by Headquarters Northern Ireland, 1976.Shows 18 vignettes of the British Army on operations in Northern Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: The Mall, Westport, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland

The Mall, Westport, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland. circa 1960s

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan Fontaine (b1917), British actress, c1930s

Joan Fontaine (b1917), British actress, c1930s

Background imageJoan Collection: Downings, Rosguill Peninsula, County Donegal

Downings, Rosguill Peninsula, County Donegal, Republic of Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: sleeping on Blackpool prom

sleeping on Blackpool prom
An elderly couple lie back on the wrought iron seats on Blackpool Pier for a snooze. The beach and Blackpool Tower are in the background. Date: circa 1970

Background imageJoan Collection: Portnoo Harbour and Narin, County Donegal

Portnoo Harbour and Narin, County Donegal, Republic of Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: Dooey, on Atlantic Drive, County Donegal

Dooey, on Atlantic Drive, County Donegal, Republic of Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: Spanish map of England, Scotland and Ireland

Spanish map of England, Scotland and Ireland
A Spanish map of England, Scotland and Ireland and the coast of northern France from the time of the Anglo Spanish War. Joan Martines (1556-1591). Date: 1587

Background imageJoan Collection: The Fishing Village of Burtonport, County Donegal

The Fishing Village of Burtonport, County Donegal, Republic of Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan and Jackie Collins 1950s

Joan and Jackie Collins 1950s
Joan Collins, actress (born 1933), together with her sister Jackie Collins, novelist (1937-2015), c.1955 Date: 1950s

Background imageJoan Collection: FILM: BABY JANE, 1962. Joan Crawford, left, and Bette Davis as sisters in What Ever Happened to

FILM: BABY JANE, 1962. Joan Crawford, left, and Bette Davis as sisters in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? directed by Robert Aldrich, 1962

Background imageJoan Collection: The Silver Strand Beach. Barna, County Galway. Silverstrand

The Silver Strand Beach. Barna, County Galway. Silverstrand

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan of Arc at Orleans

Joan of Arc at Orleans
Joan of Arc urges the French army to attack the last English fortress at Tournelles and recaptures Orleans

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan of Arc / Dev Card

Joan of Arc / Dev Card
JOAN OF ARC

Background imageJoan Collection: Eleanor of Castile

Eleanor of Castile
QUEEN OF EDWARD I Daughter of Ferdinand III of Castile and Joan of Ponthieu; accompanied Edward I on the 8th Crusade (1270-73)

Background imageJoan Collection: CAMEL CIGARETTE AD, 1951. Actress Joan Crawford endorsing Camel cigarettes

CAMEL CIGARETTE AD, 1951. Actress Joan Crawford endorsing Camel cigarettes. American magazine advertisement, 1951

Background imageJoan Collection: Jeanne D arc at Orleans

Jeanne D arc at Orleans
Jeanne d Arc enters Orleans with the French army

Background imageJoan Collection: Tarot Card 2 - La Papesse (The Female Pope)

Tarot Card 2 - La Papesse (The Female Pope)
Pope Joan or Joanna depicted on a tarot card. Pope Joan was a legendary female pope, thought to have reigned for a time during the Middle Ages, but probably a fabrication

Background imageJoan Collection: Vale of Glendalough, County Wicklow Ireland

Vale of Glendalough, County Wicklow Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan of Arc - French heroines home at Domremy, France

Joan of Arc - French heroines home at Domremy, France
Joan of Arc - French heroines home/birthplace (on 12th January 1412) at Domremy-la-Pucelle, Vosges, Lorraine, France and a statue of her. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageJoan Collection: St Joan by Pauline Baynes

St Joan by Pauline Baynes
Joan of Arc (1412? - 1431), or Jeanne d Arc, French heroine, painted by Pauline Baynes in full armour riding a steed and carrying a standard with the fleur de lys

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan Crawford / Postcard

Joan Crawford / Postcard
JOAN CRAWFORD American film actress looking haughty

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan at Orleans 1429

Joan at Orleans 1429
Joan of Arc urges the French army to attack the last English fortress at Tournelles and wins Orleans back for the French

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan of Arc Kisses Cross

Joan of Arc Kisses Cross
JOAN OF ARC She kisses the cross before being burned at the stake, in Rouen, 30 May 1431

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan of Arc Enters Reims

Joan of Arc Enters Reims
JOAN OF ARC Entering the city of Reims

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan of Arc at the fortress of Tourelles, Orleans, France

Joan of Arc at the fortress of Tourelles, Orleans, France
Joan of Arc at the English fortress of Les Tourelles, during the Siege of Orleans, France, 7 May 1429. 1429

Background imageJoan Collection: Darby and Joan (colour litho)

Darby and Joan (colour litho)
971755 Darby and Joan (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Darby and Joan, a proverbial phrase for a married couple content to share a quiet life of)

Background imageJoan Collection: Westport House, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland

Westport House, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: Kilmore Quay, County Wexford, Republic of Ireland

Kilmore Quay, County Wexford, Republic of Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: The Harbour, Cleggan, Connemara, County Galway

The Harbour, Cleggan, Connemara, County Galway, Republic of Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: Ballintubber Abbey, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland

Ballintubber Abbey, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: Horse-drawn caravan, Blarney Castle, County Cork

Horse-drawn caravan, Blarney Castle, County Cork
Horse-drawn caravan at Blarney Castle, County Cork, Republic of Ireland. circa 1960s

Background imageJoan Collection: Holycross Abbey, near Thurles, County Tipperary

Holycross Abbey, near Thurles, County Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: Clark Gable with Joan Crawford in Love on the Run 1936

Clark Gable with Joan Crawford in Love on the Run 1936
Clark Gable with Joan Crawford in Love on the Run a romantic comedy film. Date: 1936

Background imageJoan Collection: SILENT FILM: PARIS, 1926. Joan Crawford and Douglas Gilmore at the bar of an Apache Den in Paris

SILENT FILM: PARIS, 1926. Joan Crawford and Douglas Gilmore at the bar of an Apache Den in Paris, 1926

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan the Maid - Kay Nielsen. The Most Noble Warrior Saint in the Christian Calendar

Joan the Maid - Kay Nielsen. The Most Noble Warrior Saint in the Christian Calendar. Date: 1924

Background imageJoan Collection: JOAN OF ARC BURNED

JOAN OF ARC BURNED
JOAN OF ARC Burned at the stake in Rouen on 30 May 1431. Frere Isambard holds up a cross; Martin Ladvenu offers prayers Date: 1412? - 1431

Background imageJoan Collection: Killary harbour between Renvyle and Leenane, Connemara

Killary harbour between Renvyle and Leenane, Connemara, Republic of Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: Altarpiece of Saint Quiteria, 1332, by Joan Loert. Spain

Altarpiece of Saint Quiteria, 1332, by Joan Loert. Spain
Joan Loert, Master of Privileges. 13th-14th centuries. Altarpiece of Saint Quiteria, 1332. From the Hospital of Saint Anthony, Palma of Majorca. Museum of Majorca. Spain

Background imageJoan Collection: Rosita Forbes

Rosita Forbes
Joan Rosita Forbes (1890-1967) British traveller and writer. Forbes travelled extensively in the Middle East during 1921, often incognito

Background imageJoan Collection: Tra-na-Rossan Bay, Atlantic Drive, County Donegal

Tra-na-Rossan Bay, Atlantic Drive, County Donegal, Republic of Ireland

Background imageJoan Collection: BUEIL, John V of (1406-1477). Noble French, companion

BUEIL, John V of (1406-1477). Noble French, companion in the military campaign of Joan of Arc. Fighting in a city square. Illustration in Le Jouvencel (1461-1466) Folio 155 r

Background imageJoan Collection: Joan of Arc / Holy Family

Joan of Arc / Holy Family
JOAN OF ARC Depicted with the Madonna and child and St Michael

Background imageJoan Collection: Pope Joan or Joanna, legendary female pope

Pope Joan or Joanna, legendary female pope
Pope Joan or Joanna, a legendary female pope, thought to have reigned for a time during the Middle Ages, but probably a fabrication, as there is no contemporary evidence

Background imageJoan Collection: Marquise de Casa Maury

Marquise de Casa Maury
The Marquise de Casa Maury, formerly Miss Paula Gellibrand, and Mrs Loel Guinness, formerly Joan Yarde-Buller, daughter of Lord Churston. Joan later divorced her husband and married Prince Aly Khan

Background imageJoan Collection: Triptych of the Virgin Mary, tempera on panel, c

Triptych of the Virgin Mary, tempera on panel, c. 1400 to 1430. In the central panel the Virgin and Child among musical angels and in the side tables saints Catherine and Eulalia

Background imageJoan Collection: JOAN CRAWFORD (1905-1977). American cinemactress

JOAN CRAWFORD (1905-1977). American cinemactress

Background imageJoan Collection: Little Jumping Joan

Little Jumping Joan
Here am I, little Jumping Joan, when nobodys with me I m all alone



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"Joan: A Journey through Time and Places" From the military badge she proudly wore to her adventures in Downings, Rosguill Peninsula, County Donegal and Dooey on Atlantic Drive, County Donegal, Joan's life was filled with remarkable experiences. She found solace in the tranquil beauty of Portnoo Harbour and Narin, County Donegal, where she would often lose herself amidst nature's wonders. But it wasn't just serene landscapes that captivated Joan; she had a passion for the silver screen too. As an avid movie buff, she cherished iconic films like "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" from 1962 starring Joan Crawford alongside Bette Davis as sisters - a timeless portrayal directed by Robert Aldrich. Intrigued by history, Joan admired Eleanor of Castile and drew inspiration from her strength and resilience. Just like the Silver Strand Beach in Barna, County Galway held its shimmering allure for all who visited; Joan radiated a similar charm wherever she went. Venturing further into Ireland's enchanting landscapes took her to the breathtaking Vale of Glendalough in County Wicklow. The serenity of this place touched her soul deeply as if whispering ancient tales only nature could reveal. Yet even amidst these grand adventures, there were moments when simplicity brought joy to Joan's heart. Sleeping on Blackpool promenade under starry skies reminded her of life's simple pleasures – finding peace within oneself. The bond between sisters is something truly special; just like the close relationship shared by Joan and Jackie Collins during the vibrant 1950s era. Their connection transcended time and left an indelible mark on their lives. It also found inspiration in historical figures such as Joan of Arc – a symbol of courage against all odds. Her spirit resonated with our own modern-day warrior who faced challenges head-on without fear or hesitation. And let us not forget the glamorous side of Joan.