The branded arm of James O'Reilly
Sketched from life by C de M.
|Main Creator:||Markievicz, Constance de, 1868-1927|
View of an arm with sleeve rolled up to expose branded marks. According to the printed statement on the next page, Stephen Comnan aka James O'Reilly of Ballyblia, Ardee, County Louth, Ireland, was arrested on 11th September 1922 while travelling on a weekend visit to Drogheda. He was arrested on suspicion that he had taken part in a Republican demonstration in Ardee. He was then branded.
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[S.l.] : [s.n], [ca. 1922].
Watermarks visible u.r., u.l, l.r. and l.l..
Physical description: 1 mimeograph print ; 32.6 x 19.3 cm..
Attributed to Constance Markievicz, (1868-1927).
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|PD 3076 TX 27||
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