Letter from Thomas MacDonagh to [Gertrude Bloomer], stating that he had been "stupid" to go over to the school and explaning himself for his behaviour there,

1910 September 13.

Also mentions Miss [Mary] Cotter, Miss [M. C.] Maguire, Miss Browner and others. MacDonagh will not go to the school again until he hears from recipient and is impatient to begin when the girls arrive.

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Main Creator: MacDonagh, Thomas, 1878-1916
Contributors: Bloomer, Gertrude, 1867-1948
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Language:English
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Notes:Typescript and manuscript in ink.

Letter written from 248 Arranmore Terrace, / N. C. R.".

Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).

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Letter from Thomas MacDonagh to [Gertrude Bloomer], stating that he had been "stupid" to go over to the school and explaning himself for his behaviour there,

1910 September 13.
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In Collection: Letters from Thomas MacDonagh and Patrick Pearse to Gertrude Bloomer, House Mistress of St. Ita's School, Rathmines, 1910-1916
Description:Also mentions Miss [Mary] Cotter, Miss [M. C.] Maguire, Miss Browner and others. MacDonagh will not go to the school again until he hears from recipient and is impatient to begin when the girls arrive.
Main Creator: MacDonagh, Thomas, 1878-1916
Language:English
Extent:1 item (2 pages).
Format:Manuscript
Call Number: MS 8,903/1/6 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights:Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.