What drew my attention to it was this slideshow and an article from The Irish Times, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the final exodus from Inishark in October, 1960:
Then, I stumbled on a 5-part series of videos from TG4, the Irish-langauge television service, on the way of life and the people of both Inishark and Inishbofin, throughout most of the twentieth century, probably.
Each video is approximately 10 minutes long. Well worth the time, in my opinion, to get some understanding of the good times and the hardships of such a life:
Finally, from 27th October 1960, an article from The Daily Mail called 'Inishark: Death of an Island' describing the final journey of the last inhabitants as they leave the island for the mainland: