Diary for 1914,
|Main Creator:||Simms, Eileen W.|
Address of Eileen W. Simms inscribed on the last page as Woodgarth, Newtownards, [Co. Down]. On April 22 1914, she mentions the Ulster Volunteers review at Clandeboye, Co. Down. Another entry on April 24 1914 mentions the Volunteers at Milecross expecting rifles to land on the coast. On August 5 1914 she writes that Britain has declared war "isn't it awful?".
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
Office diary for 1914 "with the compliments of the State Assurance Company Limited of Liverpool". With bookmark "Scottish Widow's Fund (Mutual) Life Assurance Society" inserted.
Physical description: 1 volume.
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