Annotated personal notes by William O'Brien on the chronology of the Dublin Lockout from 1913 to 1915, referring to newspaper articles, his diary and other notes,
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
Refers to key figures such as William Brace, "Absence of W[illia]m Brace MP, I ask Hardie about B. His answer "Mr. B is a man with a large mustache[sic]" and James Larkin's birthplace. Refers to events such as notes on "Bloody Sunday", 31st August 1913 and a meeting in the Shelbourne Hotel in December 1913. Incldues remarks such as "A.O.H.[Ancient Order of Hibernians] members active in Unions and D.T.C.[Dublin Trades Council]" and "Fred Griffith refused to sit with me after report of my speech appeared, Madame Markievicz said she approved of everything I said & why did not F. G. object to her. I think this was last mtg", referring to a meeting of the "Citizens Housing League" in December 1915.
Retains loose chronological order and includes later annotations with additional information and references.
Physical description: 1 item (36 pages).