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II.l. Letters to Edmund Downey from assorted correspondents,


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In Collection: vtls000571725
Description: Includes letters from J. G. MacSweeney, of 'The Weekly Freeman', concerning the distribution of the paper (1907), Samuel McCarthy, of Bournemouth, concerning his book on the McCarthy family (1923), Charles McHugh, bishop of Derry, concerning political matters surrounding the Belfast Convention, the Home Rull Bill and position of Ulster's Catholics (1916), Tomás MacMaoláin, Sinn Féin organiser in Cork, in which he congratulates Downey on the political stance taken by 'The Waterford News' (1924), Bernard MacCarthy, of Crosshaven, Co. Cork, concerning the financial problems faced by Irish literary journals (1924), Seán MacCraith, of Dublin, concerning his research into the life of scholar John O’Donovan (1927) and M.J. MacManus, of 'The Irish Press' concerning their interest in writer Sheridan Le Fanu (1935).
Main Creator: MacMaoláin, Tomás
Extent: 11 pages.
Call Number: MS 50,009/101 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.