Madge Veale autograph album

Autograph album belonging to Madge Veale. Contains poems, letters and drawings from friends and loved ones, including sketches of soldiers, the Union Jack and references to the first World War.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Dublin Collection Day Oct. 31 2015 | Drawings (visual arts)

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Sinn Fein Rebellion Handbook

Handbook commemorating the Easter Rising, published by the Irish Times in 1917. The Handbook contains reproductions of the Proclamation, pictures of the seven signatories, as well as various glossaries and accounts of events during Easter Week. Also contains a large number

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

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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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Charles Parnell Canty travel passes

Two travel passes issued to Charles Parnell Canty in May 1916, allowing him to travel through Dublin after the Rising. The passes allowed Canty to travel between his home of his father on Sackville St. and his place of work on Dame St. The first pass, dated May 1st, was issued by

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Impact of the Rising | Curated Collection--London Collection Day Mar. 19 2016

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Photograph of Mary Sheldreck

Photograph of Mary Sheldreck, c. 1912. Sheldreck was a member of Cumann na mBan and died after sustaining injuries during the Rising. She was with Countess Markievicz in Stephen’s Green during the Rising.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Republicanism | Markievicz, Constance Georgine (1868–1927)

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Service Medal (1917-1921)

Service medal issued by the President of Ireland to Thomas Sheldreck for his daughter Mary Sheldreck, who was a member of Cumann na mBan and died after sustaining injuries during the Rising. She was with Countess Markievicz in Stephen’s Green during the Rising.

Women Revolutionaries | Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Republicanism

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Celtic cross on silver chain

A celtic cross on silver chain, originally belonging to Margaret Parr (née Madden). Margaret was the wife of Liam Parr, who was born in Kilmainham, but moved to Stockport, Manchester, in 1911, aged 19. Margaret was a member of the Gaelic League, and performed in Gaelic League pro

Curated Collection--The Rising and Beyond | Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Paramilitary forces--Irish Volunteers

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Celtic Brooch

A celtic brooch, originally belonging to Liam Parr. Raised in Kilmainham, Dublin, Parr moved to Stockport, Manchester, in 1911, aged 19. Liam's wife Margaret was a member of the Gaelic League, and performed in Gaelic League productions in Stockport, including 'The Maid of the Mou

Curated Collection--The Rising and Beyond | Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Paramilitary forces--Irish Volunteers

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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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Photograph Patrick Nevin

Photograph of Patrick Nevin at the time of the 50th Anniversay commemorations of the 1916 Rising. He is pictured wearing his medals.

Curated Collection--Dublin Collection Day Dec. 09 2015 | Internment camps | Paramilitary forces

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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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Postcard from Thomas Ashe to Thomas Peppard

Postcard from Thomas Ashe to Thomas Peppard, writing about canvassing in Clare. The front of the postcard features a picture. of the Cliffs of Moher.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Impact of the Rising | Curated Collection--Leaders of the Rising

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