£100,000 required to save Ulster /
Ulster Association for Peace with Honour.
|Main Creator:||Ulster Association for Peace with Honour|
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Belfast : [Ulster Association for Peace with Honour] , 1922.
One copy of this handbill is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Copy of letter dated May 22nd 1922, 31 Wellington Place to appeal for funds to contribute with the Ulster Association for Peace and Honour [includes detachable subscription for contributions]. First lines read: "Ulster in now at the greatest crisis in her history. She has achieved for herself by industry and hard work a proud position in the commercial and industrial world. Her sons have borne their full share in the burden and responsibilities of the Empire, and, when danger threatened, rallied loyally to her call."
Letter signed by: James Craig, President; R.J. McKeown, Chairman; O.B. Graham and R.J. Walsh Hon. Treas.; John McCaughey and J.F. Cleaver, Hon. Secs.
Physical description: handbill [1 folded sheet, 4 pp.] ; 27 cm.
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|ILB 300 p 8 [Item 53]||Main Reading Room||Irish Large Books|
|EPH C100||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Ephemera|