The undersigned, residents of Ireland, desire to express to the American people their appreciation of the campaign in America, conducted by the American Committee for Relief in Ireland, to raise ten millon dollars to give economic assistance to the Irish people and Irish industry
|Main Creator:||American Committee for Relief in Ireland.|
The American Committee for Relief in Ireland was established by William Maloney for the purpose of humanitarian relief in Ireland and the raising and distribution of $10 million to this end; the Irish White Cross managed by James G. Douglas was established on 1 February 1921 as a mechanism for distributing funds raised by the American Committee for Relief in Ireland.
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[Dublin ; s.n., n.d., ca. 1921?]
One copy of this item is held in the Department of Ephemera at EPH D701 with a second copy held at ILB 300 p 11 [Item 17].
Physical description: 1 broadside; 20.5 x 33.4 cm.
Portion of title: [Blank form to be signed by Irish citizens expressing thanks for the help given them by the American Committee for Relief in Ireland].
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|EPH D701||Main Reading Room||Ephemera|
|ILB 300 p 11 [Item 17]||Main Reading Room||Irish Large Books|
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