[Memorial card for Éamonn Ceannt].
Memorial card for Éamonn Ceannt, [featuring an image of Éamonn Ceannt in Volunteers uniform on recto], one of the signatories of the 1916 Proclamation, who was the Commandant of the South Dublin Union during the 1916 Rising. The card refers to his time spent in prison in Kilmainham Prison following the Rising and that he was executed there on Monday, May 8th, 1916. A picture of Christ on the cross features on verso accompanied by prayer In Cló Gaelach.
Note: Text on card printed in Latin and Cló Gaelach.
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This item is held in the Department of Ephemera; formerly held at EPH call number POL/1910-20/21.
Physical description: 1 memorial card; ill., port., 9.9 x 5 cm.
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