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 John Sweetman to Padraic Pearse querying the origin of a reference to him in 'An Claidheamh Soluis' which refers to Sweetman's "imperfectly reported" remarks that have worked some Gaelic Leaguers "into a passion",
1903 March 27.View more information ...
|In Collection:||Pearse Papers, 1870-1932|
Sweetman quotes the extract, queries their indignation and remarks "I left out a whole lot of nasty things I intended to have said".
|Main Creator:||Sweetman, John, 1844-1936|
1 item (2 pages).
|Call Number:||MS 21,048/3/18 (Manuscripts Reading Room)|
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