Irish republican leaders 1916
Broadside [n.d., but probably issued post August 3, 1916 after the hanging of Roger Casement and before the death of Thomas Ashe on hunger strike on 25 September 1917], featuring an image of the 1916 Proclamation at the centre of the sheet (with the words "Proclamation Irish Republican Government") surrounded by 24 numbered portraits of those who were involved in the 1916 Rising [the corresponding nubmers at the bottom of the broadside detail the sentences handed down by the British government following their arrest] and featuring images of the buildings where Irish Volunteers were stationed [or those nearby such as the Shelbourne Hotel] during the week of Easter 1916 - from top left - the General Post Office, Jacob's Factory, Mount St. Bridge and Liberty Hall; from top right - the Four Courts, the South Dublin Union, the [Royal] College of Surgeons and St. Stephen's Green, with the Shelbourne Hotel visible in the background.
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[S.l. : s.n., [n.d., post August 3 1916].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 broadside poster : ill., ports. ; 61 x 39 cm.
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