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Bulmer Hobson Papers,


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In Collection: Bulmer Hobson Papers, 1905-1968
Description: This collection is one of the most important archives of manuscripts pertaining to the Irish revolution and in particular: the organisation of the Dungannon Clubs, a movement founded by Bulmer Hobson and Denis McCullough to popularise republican political beliefs in 1906; the foundation, organisation and philosophy of the Irish Volunteers from 1913-1916, including seminal events surrounding John Redmond's takeover of the organisation and the movement's subsequent split into rival factions; and the events surrounding the Easter Rising and the Howth gun running episode, including hand written accounts of seminal events by Eoin Mac Neill. The collection also contains a large amount of correspondence from contemporary political and literary figures such as Roger Casement, Eoin Mac Neill, Alice Stopford Green, Alice Milligan, Padraic O Conaire, Eimar O'Duffy, Brinsley Mac Namara, and Padraic Pearse, along with copies of several important Irish Volunteer manifestos, memorandums and publications.
Main Creator: Hobson, Bulmer
Language: English
Extent: 49 folders.
Call Number: MS 13,158-13,175 & 18,283 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
MS 12,174-12,179 (Manuscripts Reading Room)