Tralee, Co. Kerry in the mid-1960s I reckon.
The Promenade, Donaghadee in the 1890s, maybe around about 1900.
George Street, Kingstown (rebranded Dún Laoghaire) in the 1910s (I think).Irish Hospitals' Sweepstakes draw. The Sweepstakes were a big deal at one point but by the time this postcard had been created, presumably as a promotional tool its glory days were over. The Sweepstakes were somewhat unique at one point as many countries had prohibitions on lotteries so there was a thriving blackmarket in tickets in America, Canada, and Britain. How many tickets sold abroad ever made it into the draw is anybody's guess.
Admiral Nelson and his pillar.
This charming postcard which I suspect to be from the 1890s depicts Irish industry. The four panels depict the burning of seaweed from which various useful chemicals could be yielded, the bleaching of linen, linen manufacturing, and turf cutting.