Thomas MacDonagh Family Papers, 1848-1966.
Personal letters and papers of Thomas MacDonagh and his wife Muriel nee Gifford, and other members of their families. Also includes some literary material and papers relating to the Irish Volunteers; and photographs of the MacDonagh family.
|Main Creator:||MacDonagh, Thomas, 1878-1916|
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Physical description: 6 boxes.
Finding Aids: Finding aid available: NLI Manuscripts Collection List No. 131
I. Correspondence; II. Personal Papers; III. Irish Volunteer Papers; IV. Literary Papers; Appendix 1 - Photographs.
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Letter from Frank Fay to Thomas MacDonagh regarding MacDonagh getting in touch with his brother, William Fay, in regards to his "scheme" [the Irish Theatre], and providing suggestions as to how to make the scheme a success,
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|In Collection:||Thomas MacDonagh Family Papers, 1848-1966.|
Frank Fay suggests Thomas MacDonagh should geet in touch with his brother as "he is in with a lot of play-producing societies in London and knows how they are worked".
|Main Creator:||Fay, Frank, 1870–1931|
1 item (3 pages).
|Call Number:||MS 44,330/7/2 (Manuscripts Reading Room)|
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