editors: Dorothy Wellesley and W. B. Yeats.
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A copy of No. 10 (New Series) October 1937 of 'A Broadside'. With poems ['The Pilgrim' by W. B. Yeats and 'Sleep Song' by F. R. Higgins] and hand-coloured illustrations on the front and third pages by Jack B. Yeats. On recto is an hand-coloured illustration [above W. B. Yeats' poem] of an old man [the pilgrim to Lough Derg in Yeats' poem] in a boat, his hands in prayer while another man [with his back to the viewer] rows the boat; a large black bird flies overhead. On page three is accompanying 'Sleep Song' by F. R. Higgins, with a music score underneath for the song arranged by Art O'Murnaghan is an illustration by Jack B. Yeats of a woman lying on the ground, in a state of distress; she is wearing a green coloured shawl and a red skirt. At bottom of recto: '300 copies only'.
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Dublin Cuala Press 1937
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera; note item is distressed.
Physical description:  p.; ill., 21.2 x 28.8 cm.
Varying form of title: No. 10 (New Series) October 1937. A Broadside Editors: Dorothy Wellesley and W. B. Yeats. Published monthly at The Cuala Press, One Hundred and Thirty Three Lower Baggot Street, Dublin.
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