Parnell memorial procession, Dublin.
It has been the custom of the political followers of the late Charles Stewart Parnell, headed by John E. Redmond, M.P., to organize a memorial procession on each anniversary of his death, which occurred on October 7, 1891. The sketch [sic] shows the head of the column proceed[ing] to Glasnevin Cemetery, where the remains of the great Irish leader are interred
Illustration [undated and possibly published in the United States of America, on basis of the use of American spelling of the word "organise" (as "organize")?, within the text printed underneath the photogravure image on sheet]. With references within the text to the fact that ..."Dublin has always been famous for its' funeral parades - the most notable having been those of [Daniel] O'Connell, Terence Bellew MacManus, the Manchester Martyrs...and that of Parnell himself".
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[United States of America? : s.n., n.d., ca. 1891-1910].
Physical description: 1 print [mounted on board] : photogravure ; 26.8 x 32 cm..
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