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 Patrick Creedon, Ballymackessy, Ballylongford, Co. Kerry, to Margaret Pearse agreeing to her offer to take his son Brendan to St. Enda's School and explaining his financial status and threat of eviction,
1926 January 7.View more information ...
|In Collection:||Pearse Papers, 1870-1932|
Creedon refers to his current status and the threat of eviction "my little place had been put up for sale in July for arrears of rent and rates which began to accumulate during the Black and Tan regime, when neither my boys nor myself could with safety do anything around the place. The sale did not come to anything, for nobody bids in a case like that, so I don't know what their next move will be".
|Main Creator:||Creedon, Patrick|
1 item (2 pages).
|Call Number:||MS 21,059/12/2 (Manuscripts Reading Room)|
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