No Irish need apply

Moran shakes her head in near-disbelief as she points to this sign. “This I look at every day. When my grandparents came here — my father was born in America, I’m second generation Irish-American — this sign prevailed, everywhere. I look at it to remind myself. That sign was placed in people’s windows, at the time of my grandparents.”

( Kaitlin Newman, Baltimore Sun / September 8, 2013 )

Moran shakes her head in near-disbelief as she points to this sign. “This I look at every day. When my grandparents came here — my father was born in America, I’m second generation Irish-American — this sign prevailed, everywhere. I look at it to remind myself. That sign was placed in people’s windows, at the time of my grandparents.”

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