Thomas MacDonagh Additional Papers, 1870-1967.
Papers of Thomas MacDonagh, including his literary papers, correspondence and documentation relating to his teaching career with the National University and involvement with the Irish Volunteers. Also included are biographical notes, compiled by members of his family, and some papers of his sister Mary MacDonagh (Sr. Francesca), his brother John MacDonagh and father Joseph MacDonagh.
|Main Creator:||MacDonagh, Thomas, 1878-1916|
Originally listed in 'Manuscript sources for the history of Irish civilisation' edited by Richard J. Hayes (Boston : G. K. Hall, 1965).
Physical description: 2 boxes.
Copy of letter from Blanaid Salkeld to Fintan Murphy, secretary of 'MacDonagh & Boland LTD.' insurance brokers regarding the use of 130 Stephen's Green in the Easter Rising,
1952 June 13.View more information ...
|In Collection:||Thomas MacDonagh Additional Papers, 1870-1967.|
Blanaid gives information regarding the MacDonaghs using this room prior to the rising and provides information on holes in the curtains for looking through and also that John MacDonagh mentioned the front room of 130 Stephen's Green was the room in which the Rising was decided upon.
|Main Creator:||Salkeld, Blanaid, 1880-1959|
1 item (1 page and envelope)
|Call Number:||MS 20,648/1/4 (Manuscripts Reading Room)|
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