An innocent abroad, (with apologies to the late Mark Twain). :
being a painfully truthful account of the innocent's experience of German gaol and camp. Souvenir d'une amitié chérie. Christmas: and related papers
|Main Creator:||Bradshaw, John Patrick, d. 1919|
Related papers: 1. Correspondence of Bradshaw and members of his family. 2. Passport issued to Bradshaw, 12 Sept. 1911. 3. Newscuttings. 4. Letter, 1931 June 1, from Alice Curtayne re An innocent abroad. 5. Letter, 1935 Sept. 18, from Aodh De Blacam re the same. 6. Printed address by Annie Bradshaw to electors of Ballymoney Urban District, . 7. French translation of opening of Chapter 1 of An innocent abroad. 8. Printed annual report for 1909-1910 of the English Club Commercial and Polyglot Institute.
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts|
"Copy of the original book" - endpaper of An innocent abroad
Physical description: An innocent abroad: (, 116 leaves) : ill., plan, ports. ; 33 x 21 cm.
Physical description: Related papers: 20 items.
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