Minutes of the Irish National War Memorial Committee 1989-1998

Minutes of the Irish National War Memorial Committee from 1989 to 1998. Use the 'Request Access' button to request access to this content from Dublin City Library and Archives.

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Minutes of the Irish National War Memorial Committee 1999-2018

Minutes of the Irish National War Memorial Committee from 1999 to 2018. Use the 'Request Access' button to request access to this content from Dublin City Library and Archives.

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Minutes of the Irish National War Memorial Committee 1937-1988

Minutes of the Irish National War Memorial Committee from 1937 to 1988.Includes the names of the Committee members present and a summary of matters discussed at each of the meetings. Includes both typed and handwritten mintues which are signed and dated by a member of the Committ

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Photocopy of affadavit 'In the Matter of the funds collected for the purpose of an Irish National War Memorial' and 'The Matter of the Act 52 George 3rd, cap.101'.

Affadavit [photocopy] on behalf of plaintiffs, filed by Henry Hanna, 83 Pembroke Road, Dublin, Judge of the High Court of Justice, Saorstat Eireann. Plaintiffs: Andrew Jameson, Lewis Beatty, Henry Hanna and Vivian Brew-Mulhallen. Defendants: The Attorney-General for Saorstat Ei

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Statement of Miscellaneous Costs.

Statement of Miscellaneous Costs incurred by Robert G. Warren, Solicitor, on behalf of the Trustees and Standing Committee of the Irish National War Memorial, from 1 Sept 1936 to 14 Sept 1939.

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Letter from Henry T. Phillips, Secretary, Commissioners for Public Works, to Miss H.G. Wilson, Secretary, Irish National War Memorial Committee.

Refers to Wilson's letter of 25 October [not included] requesting consent of OPW to the British Legion ‘taking complete charge of the Armistice Day Commemoration ceremonies at the War Memorial Park’. He states that the Trustees are the only body who can be granted the exclusive

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