Diaries and notebooks of Rev. John Bernard Pim,
|Main Creator:||Pim, John Bernard, Rev.|
|Citation:||The National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
The Reverend John Bernard Pim was a clergyman of the Church of Ireland. The first address for him, recorded in the diaries, is 4 Burlington Road, Dublin. Thereafter he worked in Holywood and Downpatrick, County Down (1894-1897), before moving to Ballywillan Rectory in Portrush (1897-1900). He then moved to Christ Church Vicarage in Kingstown, Dublin (Dún Laoghaire) and was there from 1905 to 1931. The collection also includes desk diaries for 1907 and 1913; a commonplace book; a notebook, dated 1884, containing prayers, hymns and quotations for use at funerals; a notebook of poems spanning the period 1884-1919; a notebook of history lectures dated 1906 and two desk diaries dated 1937 and 1949 respectively, the former belonging to Helen Pim.
Physical description: 18 volumes.
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|MS 42,376/1-18||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
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