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II.xvii. Letters to Edmund Downey from various correspondents,

1909-1931.

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In Collection: Edmund Downey Additional Papers, 1842-1968.
Description: Includes letters from Collier's National Weekly of New York, concerning Downey's books being out of print (1909), publishers Chapman and Hall (1909) and Chatto and Windus (1918), Julia Crottie of Dublin, concerning her hopes of publishing a collection of short stories (1910-1914), C. R. Cooke-Taylor of the Irish Literary Society, London (1914), Nancy Connor of Boyle, Co. Roscommon (1915), an agent of Castlecomer Colliery, concerning coal production in Ireland (1916), Charles E. Chambers, concerning his Literary Correspondence Course (1919), novelist B. M. Croker, concerning her novels and the impact World War I has had on her family (1919), Frank Cummins of Sausilito, California, in which he refers to divided opinions among Irish Americans on the Treaty (Mar. 1922), James Coleman of Cobh, concerning regional papers in Cork and Waterford (1924-1928), and Helena Concannon, concerning to recent scholarship on the origins of St. Patrick (1931).
Main Creator: Coleman, James
Extent: 44 pages.
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 50,009/68 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.