Cuala Press 46 Palmerston Road Dublin
Bus no 12 [.] Tel. 92512 [.] Hours 10-5 [.] Saturdays by appointment. Hand-printed Books. Hand-coloured Prints from one to five shillings. Hand-coloured Christmas Cards nine shillings per dozen with envelopes. Embroidered Pictures by Miss L. [Susan Mary] Yeats.
|Summary:||Written in pencil in manuscript hand at top on cover is 'Printed in July 1945' and on verso in pencil "Essie printed these". The Cuala Press moved to 46 Palmerston Road, Dublin in 1942. Sheet has an illustration of a slanting tree on hillside with stone wall in foreground. " Miss L. Yeats" refers to Susan Mary, often known as "Lily" Yeats, who was a noted embroiderer, particularly for her her embroidered pictures. She established the embroidery department of the Cuala Industries in 1908, which she was involved in until its dissolution in 1931. |
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Printing > Ireland > History > 20th century.
Women > Ireland > History > 20th century
|Notes:||This item is held in the Department of Ephemera. |
Physical description: 1 sheet : b&w ill. ; 6.4 x 10.3 cm..
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