First Aid book

A first aid book owned by the Tipperary branch of Cumann na mBan. The donor's mother Josephine O'Sullivan was a member. Her name and address is inscribed on the inside cover.

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

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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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Raffle Ticket

Ticket stub for an raffle to raise money for the construction of the Ashe Memorial Hall, Tralee, Co. Kerry (now Kerry County Museum).

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

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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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Medal of Service

Medal of service, framed, awarded to Josephine ('Josie') O'Sullivan for her participation in Cumann na mBann in the years around the Easter Rising. Donated by her daughter. Cumann na mBan, an Irish republican women's paramilitary organisation, was founded in response to the

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Women Revolutionaries | 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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Witness Statement Mary Josephine ('Min') Ryan

Witness statement of Mary Josephine Mulcahy, named here as Mrs. Richard Mulcahy (WS399).

Mary Josephine ('Min') Ryan (1884–1977) | Curated Collection--Women and the Rising | Curated Collection--Rising in the Regions

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Military Service Pension File: Winifred Carney

Carney, Winifred (‘Winnie’) (1887–1943), was a trade unionist, feminist, and republican. Born in Bangor Co. Down,

Carney, Winifred (‘Winnie’) (1887–1943) | Curated Collection--Women and the Rising | Curated Collection--Rising in the Regions

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Witness Statement Kitty O'Doherty

Witness statement of Kitty O'Doherty (WS355), a quartermaster in Cumann na mBan, and a courier on Holy Thursday, 1916.

Curated Collection--Communicating the Rising | Curated Collection--Women and the Rising | Paramilitary forces--Cumann na mBan

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Witness Statement Margaret Browne MacEntee

Witness statement from Margaret Brown MacEntee (WS322) who acted as a courier in 1916. Margaret was the wife of Irish politician Sean MacEntee.

Pearse, Patrick Henry (1879–1916) | Mac Diarmada (MacDermott), Seán (1883–1916 | O'Kelly, Seán Thomas (Ó Ceallaigh, Seán Tomás) (1882–1966)

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Witness Statement Brighid Malone

Witness statement of Brighid Malone (nee Breathnach) (WS617), a member of Cumann na mBan, who acted as a courier from Galway to Dublin on Holy Thursday 1916.

Witnesses | Curated Collection--Communicating the Rising | Curated Collection--Women and the Rising

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Wristlet watch

Wristlet watch of Countess Markievicz, used to time despatches from the Royal College of Surgeons.

Markievicz, Constance Georgine (1868–1927) | Women Revolutionaries | Paramilitary forces--Cumann na mBan

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