Brendan O'Regan's home, shop and bar in Sixmilebridge
James O'Regan as head of training for Clare All Ireland winning hurling team 1914
Brendan meets the Birzle family again while on honeymoon in Bavaria
Largest kitchen in Ireland being operated by Shannon Catering Service
Former Dublin Lord Mayor, Robert Briscoe as guest of honour of O'Regan at St. Patrick's Day lunch at Shannon, 1958
Brendan O'Regan looking at plans for town and Shannon industrial estate with Tom Callanan and J.C. Lynch
O'Regan & Bob Geldof at a peace conference in Dromoland Castle, May 1988
Catering manager Brendan O'Regan inspecting the desserts. (Photo by Nat Farbman/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
Teach Siamsa Sod-Turning Ceremony, June 1973
Colm McLoughlin Dubai Duty Free accepting the Irish Presidential Distinguised Service Award from the Irish President, Michael D Higgins while An Taoiseach Enda Kenny looks on, October 2014
Dromoland Castle Hotel opening from left, Bernard McDonough, Owner; R.C. O'Connor, Aer Rianta & Paul Quigley, SFADCO
22 March 1966 Northern Ireland tourist Board Exhibition at the Little Theatre, Brown Thomas in Dublin. Picture shows Mr Patrick Moore, Director, Armagh Observatory, showing a model of the planned Armagh Planetarium to: Minister Erskine Childers; from l-r Brendan O'Regan, Chairman of Bord Failte; Mr Brian Faulkner, Northern Ireland Minister of Commerce; Alderman Eugene Timmons, Lord Mayor of Dublin; Mr Erskine Childers, Minister for Transport and Power, who opened the exhibition and Mr W.L. Stephens, Chairman Northern Ireland Tourist Board.
Dublin Lord Mayor James Carroll being welcomed to New York by Mayor Richard Wagner, 1958
Shannon Free Zone and Drumgeely Flats and first houses early 1960s
Jack Lynch speaks at De Beers lunch
Women's Peace March In Dublin. 28th August 1976. As part of the Peace Movement, set up by Ms Betty Williams and Ms Mairead Maguire in Northern Ireland, a march was organised by Brendan O'Regan for Dublin.
Dublin/Belfast Maracycle orgnised by Co-operation North with Sean Kelly, Ireland's greatest cyclist, in the foreground
Airport chef at Foynes, Joe Sheridan with menu board in back. (Photo by Nat Farbman/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
Cliffs of Moher, Co Clare. O'Regan prompted the Clare Co. Manager to acquire the edge of the cliffs in 1964
Bunratty Castle, Co. Clare. Restored 1957-1960 funded mainly by Bord Fáilte under O'Regan's chairmanship
First Rent-an-Irish-Cottage development at Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
Bunratty Singers at Medieval banquet
Brendan and Jack Lynch depart to US on their first visit on behalf of the Shannon Development Authority, March 1958
Taoiseach Sean Lemass gets a briefing from SPS at Shannon on production of aircraft fastners for the US Space Programme
Justin Keating on visit to Ei. Also included Frank McCabe, BOR, Paul Quigley and Asst. Secretary Patrick Slattery
Senior SFADCO executives and Jack Ryan meet President de Valera, August 1973, on a special visit to Shannon, just two months after his retirement as President
Fort Henry, Brendan's home near Killaloe 1969-1978; purchased by Brendan from the son of the first president of Israel and sold to the son of King Faisal of Saudi Arabia
Flying boat pioneer, Charlie Blair with his wife, Maureen O'Hara being welcomed on his return to Foynes, July 1976
Bunratty Castle Singers at opening of Dromoland Castle Hotel, June 1963
The waterfalls on the River Inagh at the Falls Hotel, Ennistymon, which was managed by O'Regan 1938-1943
R. W. O’Sullivan and F.G. Hancock, ‘discover’ Rineanna, November 1935