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Newspaper cuttings of Alice Milligan's poetry and letters, articles,

1936-1939.

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In Collection: Ceannt and O'Brennan Papers, 1851-1953.
Description: Cuttings containing Milligan's poems 'Till Ferdia came', Arbour Hill, May, 1916', 'On Munster ground' and 'Three men of the north' and her articles 'On Burgh Quay with James Connolly', 'Who was "Antrim Jack"?' and 'Disciples of O'Sullivan'. Also includes letters from Milligan to various newspapers concerning violence in Belfast, Vinegar Hill and descendants of the 1798 Rebellion, World War I, the decline of language, Annie Horniman and Douglas Hyde's "coronation" robes. Also includes an obituary for William Milligan and further articles concerning Alice Milligan.
Main Creator: Milligan, Alice, 1866-1953
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (18 pages).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 41,492/5 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.