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

1908-1928.

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In Collection: Edmund Downey Additional Papers, 1842-1968.
Description: Included are letters to Downey from T. P. O'Halloran, concerning his work on an 'Irish bibliography' (1908), D.J. O'Donoghue, concerning an obituary of Thomas Fitzpatrick (1912), John O'Driscoll, of Oakland, California, concerning his opposition to John Redmond and the Irish Parliamentary Party’s stance on the War (1915), scholar John O'Flynn, in which he refers to a Waterford priest being transported to Barbadoes in 1665 (1917-21), journalist C. O'Callaghan of Skibbereen, concerning the 'suppression' of Downey's 'Waterford News' (1919), journalist Liam P. Ó Riain, of London, in which he refers to keeping abreast with Irish literary affairs and his recently published book of poems (1923), publisher Brian Ó hUiginn (1924-26), journalist and politician T. P. O'Connor, concerning his hopes of assisting [Denis F.] Hannigan in getting support from the Royal Literary Fund (1926), Seóirse Ó Pluingcéid, concerning his father Count Plunkett’s health (1928) and Standish O'Grady [n.d.].
Main Creator: Ryan, W. P. (William Patrick), 1867-1942
Extent: 21 pages.
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 50,009/116 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.