Copy typescript statement of Milo McGarry describing the immediate lead-up to the Easter Rising, the train to Limerick to deliver the despatch to John Daly's house, the confusion over the countermanding orders Daly received, recounting the aftereffects the Rising had on the city and their home, the ensuing years and people who stayed in their house, including Eamon De Valera, and detailing the burning of papers of the Dáil,
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|Main Creator:||McGarry, Milo|
McGarry describes the despatch he received from "Marie Perolz and Charlie Power" having said "We strike at noon. Obey your orders.".
Statement is headed with "Statement of Mr. Milo McGarry, 31, Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin.".
Physical description: 1 item (13 pages).