|Main Creator:||O'Brien, Máire.|
Correspondence relating mostly to Irish propaganda in Madrid, where Máire O'Brien was press agent at the Official Press Bureau, 1919-1922.
1/ : Letters to Máire O'Brien from Michael Davitt, Rosa Gilbert and postcard from Anthony Donelan, 1904-1914. 4 items.
2/ : Letters to Máire O'Brien from various correspondents such as D.J. O'Doherty and the publisher Enric Sala, 1920. 5 items.
3-5/: Letters to Máire O'Brien from various correspondendents including Sean T. Ó Ceallaigh, Joseph Devlin, L.H. Kerney, R. Negri Balet, Robert Brennan, Erskine Childers, Art O'Brien, D.J. O'Doherty, Enric Sala, Seán Keating, Gerald Hamilton, Agustin Calvet, Katherine Hughes (secretary of "World Congress of the Irish Race"), and Eamon De Valera, February-December 1921. 103 items.
6/ : Letters to Máire O'Brien from D.J. Doherty, Thomas Hughes Kelly, Enric Sala, Robert Brennan and Thomas W. Lyons, Secretary of the American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic, 1922. 22 items.
7/ : Letters to Máire O'Brien from various correspondences including Máire Mac Swiney regarding her brother Terence MacSwiney's memoirs, undated. 14 items.
8/ : Autograph letter from Hilaire Belloc to Máire O'Brien, 6th September 1921, regarding a translation. 1 item.
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
Physical description: 8 folders (149 items).
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