[Two men on horseback, greeting one another].
Jack B. Yeats.
|Main Creator:||Yeats, Jack B. (Jack Butler), 1871-1957, illustrator|
Card designed by Jack Butler Yeats and published by Mac Siúbhlaigh [Walker]. Print features two men, both on horseback, in greeting one another they extend their hands out to one another while the heads of both of their horses nuzzle up close to one another; they are depicted in a rural landscape with a stone wall visible in the left foreground. Printed on verso [p. 4] of card is "Mac Siúbhlaigh / Áth-Cliath". Interior of card blank. Matthew J. Walker was a compositor and printer who printed nationalist material for the I.R.B. and was the owner of the Gaelic Press and Tower Press. His daughter, actress Máire Nic Shiúbhlaigh [Mary Walker], was one of the 29 women who attended the inaugural meeting of Inghinidhe na hÉireann and later became an active member of Cumann na mBan; during the 1916 Rising she was stationed at Jacob’s Biscuit Factory and also nearby Peter Street.
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Note: Text on verso printed in Cló Gaelach.
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[Baile] Áth-Cliath [Dublin] : Mac Siúbhlaigh [Matthew J. Walker], [n.d., ca. 1913-1918].
Physical description: 1 card [4 pp.] : zinco., 11.4 x 17.7 cm.
Album of Cuala Press Cards formerly owned by Douglas Hyde.
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|PD 2160 TX 7||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.