Mansion House "Memories" /
Laurence O'Neill, Lord Mayor of Dublin,
|Main Creator:||O'Neill, Laurence, 1864-1943|
1/1916-1917: His imprisonment in Richmond Barracks, his election as Lord Mayor, the Irish Convention; 2/ 1918: Ireland Conference; 3/1919: Irish American Delegation and the hunger strikes in Mountjoy prison; 4/1920: Death of Terence Mac Swiney and the release of the hunger strikers: 5/1921: Re-election as Lord Mayor, White Cross Association; 6/1921: War of Independence, executions in Mountjoy, Truce and Treaty; 7/1922: Irish Race Congress, Civil War, destruction of the Four Courts, death of Cathal Brugha, conflict with Arthur Griffith: 8/1923-1924: Civil War.
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
Laurence O'Neill was Lord Mayor of Dublin from 1917 to 1924. Typescript manuscript of his memoirs of his tenancy as Lord Mayor of Dublin during the War of Independence and Civil War, including original letters and copies of letters to and from various correspondents such as Major-General G.F. Boyd, Eamon De Valera, John Dillon, David Lloyd George, Arthur Griffith, Constance Markievicz, William J. Walsh (Archbishop of Dublin).
Physical description: 8 folders.
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|MS 35,294/20 (1-8)||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|