Manchester Martyrs' commemoration céilidhe /
National Graves Association.
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Commemoration concert on the anniversary of the execution of the Manchester Martyrs [Michael O'Brien, Michael Larkin and William Philip Allen], taking place in the Mansion House on Friday, 24 November 1939.
Note: Text in Irish and English.
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Dublin : National Graves Association, 1939
Cover has an illustrated border in celtic interlace design; in the centre are portraits of the three Manchester Martyrs in the shape of a shamrock.
Concert programme on middle pages; includes dance recitals and folk songs. In each corner of the middle pages there is a portrait with quotations from the likes of John Mitchell, Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa, John O'Leary and James Stephens. In the centre of the pages is a portrait and a quotation from Tom Clarke.
Remainder of pages are taken up with advertisements including: Evans Overcoats, Pidgeon's Club, Ardiff Printers, Holloway's Jams & Marmalades and the Gaelic Bar.
Page five has an essay entitled 'The tradition of Martyrdom' by Brian O'hUiginn.
Physical description: 12 p. : ill. ; 28 x 22 cm.
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