Postcard: Church of the Immaculate Conception Pre-Cathedral, Dublin
Illustrated in the postcard is the interior of the Catholic church near the altar: In the foreground are a few pews, the railing that partitions the people from the altar. Both sides of the church have columns from the floor to near the top. The middleground are steps leading up to the altar. The left side is a large red chair that the priest would sit in, the right side is the tabernacle and a statue. Upon the altar are four small statues holding something on their heads. There are six long candles and behind the altar is a stained glass window with the Vigin Mary and angels around her, another stained window is to the right but only a portion can be seen. All around the background are number of symbolic pictures. Just below the symbols and in the middle in gold lettering "Jesus Discipul Ecce Mater. Above this area is a mural that is hard to determine just what it is except there are groups of people on each side of a mountain with a light behind the mountain.