Cuala Press collection,
[between 1925 and 1940?].
|Main Creator:||Cuala Press|
There are five letters from Elizabeth Yeats to Stanley H. Horrocks in Exeter, dated respectively 14th and 27th October, and the 9th, 11th and 18th November 1932. Elizabeth Yeats mentions a Mr. Maxwell, in Edinburgh, who is doing a Cuala Press bibliography.
The booklet reprints an article by Aileen M. Goodwin, which was originally published in the Birmingham Post on 12th Sept. 1930; it is entitled 'The Cuala Press in Ireland: a woman's contribution to fine printing'.
Letters, some with envelopes; a small booklet; an illustrated card with a verse by Susan L. Mitchell and various advertisements for upcoming Cuala prints and embroidered pictures.
Physical description: 13 items.
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|MS 50,148/1-13||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.