the cost of an empty formula. "Oh dry those tears!" and vote for Cumann na nGaedheal.
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1932 Cumann na nGaedhael election poster [black font on white paper, by an unknown artist]. Features the head of Eamon de Valera, shown weeping, raising a handkerchief to his face on the body of a crocodile. A speech bubble coming from his mouth reads "I'm so sorry for you". Behind him is shown a man on crutches, his fist raised menacingly towards De Valera - he is shown wearing a pair of overalls with the words "Irish Industry" written acrossd his chest. A speech bubble coming from the man's mouth reads "So well you might be - after crippling me yourself". An industrial landscape is shown in the background, with the figure of "£33,000,000" written in bold black type raising from the mist. Text printed at bottom of poster reads: "Issued by Cumann na nGaedhael and Printed by McConnell's Advertising Service, 10 Pearse Street, Dublin.
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[Dublin: Cumann na nGaedheal; 1932].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera; formerly held at call number ELE/1930-40/9. See EPH F51(A) for another copy of the same poster.
Physical description: 1 poster: ill. ; 76 x 50.8 cm.
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