Mobilisation Orders Irish Volunteers

Typewritten orders for drills to be carried out by the Irish Volunteers in April 1915, signed by Thomas MacDonagh. The drill centres on North County Dublin, with operations in Finglas, Santry Village, the Naul and Ashtown as well as Ashbourne, Meath.

MacDonagh, Thomas (1878–1916) | Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Dublin Collection Day Oct. 31 2015

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Postcard Christmas 1915

Postcard Christmas 1915: God bless & guard you & all our dear Irish lads this Christmas time ....

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--The Rising and Beyond | World War, 1914-1918--Participation, Irish

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Easter Arrangements

Orders from Patrick Pearse to the Irish Volunteers relating to marches during Easter Week 1915. This copy of the arrangements belonged to Michael William O'Reilly, a captain in F Company.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Dublin Collection Day Oct. 31 2015 | Paramilitary forces--Irish Volunteers

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Dublin Metropolitan Police Telegraph

Police telegraph granting passage through Dublin's city centre to John O'Halloran, an officer of Customs and Excise, in the aftermath of the Easter Rising.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Dublin Collection Day Oct. 31 2015 | Curated Collection--Communicating the Rising

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Photograph of Nora Ashe

Photograph of Nora Ashe sitting on a motorcycle, 1915 -1916.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Dublin Collection Day Dec. 09 2015 | Curated Collection--Women and the Rising

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Movement of Extremists

The report of 21 June 1915 records visits to the shop of Thomas J Clarke, 75 Parnell Street, by Thomas Byrne and Arthur Griffith, followed at various stages by James Murray, Ben Parsons, William O’Leary Curtis, Joseph McGuinness and Diarmuid Lynch, who called briefly following hi

Curated Collection--Women and the Rising | Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Republicanism

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Photograph Munitions workers Inchicore

Photograph of Elizabeth 'Queenie' Gunning with several other women, taken at a Munitions Factory, near St. Mary's Terrace in Inchicore, Dublin.

Paramilitary forces--Cumann na mBan | Curated Collection--Dublin Collection Day Dec. 09 2015 | Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916

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Metropole Hotel, Dublin City, Co. Dublin

Photograph of the Metropole Hotel, pre-1916. The building was severely damaged during the Easter Rising. Chambermaid Lizzie Walsh, who worked in the hotel, lost all of her possessions including her uniform and aprons, which were in the building during Easter Week. This had a huge

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Workers' compensation claims | Hotels

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Photograph of Hanna Sheehy Skeffington

Studio photograph by Underwood & Underwood, New York, of Hanna Sheehy Skeffington. Hanna Sheehy Skeffington was an Irish political activist. She married Francis (‘Frank’) Skeffington in 1903. The couple were committed to many causes, particularly feminism, pacifism, socialis

Skeffington, (Johanna) Hanna Sheehy - (1877–1946) | Women Revolutionaries | Republicanism

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Father Sebastian O'Brien's crucifix

A crucifix belonging to Father Sebastian O'Brien, given to the donor's grandfather Patrick Canice Kenny when he was an altar boy in Church Street Church, Dublin. Mr. Kenny passed the crucifix to his family in the 1980s in an envelope with handwritten descriptions of the object

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Capuchin Franciscans | Plunkett, Joseph Mary (1887–1916)

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The Playboy of the Western World

Ink drawing, 38.6 x 44.5 cm.

Gifford, Grace (Evelyn) (1888–1955) | Synge, (Edmund) John Millington (16 April 1871–1909) | The Playboy of the Western World

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