Copy typescript statement of Mabel McGarry describing her mothers journey, accompanied by her brother, Milo McGarry, to Limerick to deliver a despatch to the Commandant of the Irish Volunteers in Limerick, (John Daly), informing them her house at 31 Upper Fitzwilliam Square was a district headquaters of the Irish Republican Army, explaining her role after the Easter Rising until 1921 and detailing the use of her house by political bodies, including members of the Dáil cabinet, American delegates and Eamon De Valera,
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|Main Creator:||McGarry, Mabel|
Staement is headed with "Statement of Miss Mabel McGarry". Statement includes figures such as Michael Collins, Eamonn De Valera and D. O'Donoghue.
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