Pearse Papers, 1870-1932
Papers of the Pearse family containing a wealth of biographical information on all aspects of family members' various endeavors. Includes papers pertaining to: James Pearse's sculpting business at 27 New Brunswick Street, Dublin; financial and administrative records pertaining to St. Enda's School, run by Mrs. Margaret Pearse following the execution of her sons in 1916; papers relating to the Leinster Stage Society, founded by, amongst others, William Pearse; and a wealth of papers pertaining to Padraic Pearse's involvement in the Gaelic League.
Letter from Míchéal Ua hÍceadha to Padraic Pearse related to recent controversies regarding the Board of the Gaelic League Publications Committee and his possible resignation as a result,
1902 August 16.View more information ...
|In Collection:||Pearse Papers, 1870-1932|
Ua hÍceadha would prefer "one native speaking scholar from each of the Irish-speaking provinces" on the Board and remarks that in the case of Connacht he does not see why Douglas Hyde was not sufficent. He also mentions that he will not "press the matter by threathening to resign" which he stated at the Árd-Fheis only to make his "position clear". Ua hÍceadha also states that "Father Farragher has withheld from me permission to say Mass and further has I understand removed the sacred vessels to make sure.".
|Main Creator:||Ó hIcí, Micheál P.|
1 item (3 pages).
|Call Number:||MS 21,047/9/23 (Manuscripts Reading Room)|
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