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Letter to Choncubhar [Fred Cronin], Hare Park Camp, Co. Kildare, from "Póilín" [Pauline Henley], Belfast, about his children, family matters, and the political situation in Belfast,

1923 January 15.

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In Collection: Cronin Papers, 1905-1945
Description: Writes about how she feels isolated living in Belfast: "I am afraid I could never feel anything but a stranger & a bird of passage here ... we really must be a different people. All the same it is Ireland & I'd rather be here than in England. But I always have the hope of getting over the Boyne sometime!". She signs herself as "Póilín Ní Ainlidhe" [Pauline Hanley] and writes "Spelling of my name please note! I object to being called by someone's else's! I have the authority of the Four Masters on the subject, so now!".
Main Creator: Henley, Pauline
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (3 pages).
Call Number: MS 49,526/22/4 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.