Miss Yeats and Miss E.C. Yeats hope that you will visit The Cuala Industries on Thursday, April, 23rd,  at their New Rooms 133 Lower Baggot Street (from 3. to 6.). R.S.V.P. Tea.
|Summary:||Card featuring at left of sheet a hand-coloured illustration of a large bowl of flowers, placed upon a plinth. Elizabeth Corbet [often known as ‘Lollie’] Yeats, (1868–1940), and Susan Mary [often known as 'Lily'] Yeats, (1866-1949), separated from the Dun Emer Guild in 1908, forming The Cuala Industries; Elizabeth controlled the press while Susan Mary was responsible for the embroidery division. The Cuala Industries moved to 133 Lower Baggot Street in February 1925. |
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Printing > Ireland > History > 20th century.
Women > Ireland > History > 20th century
Embroidery > Ireland > History
|Notes:||This item is held in the Department of Ephemera. |
Physical description: 1 sheet : hand-coloured ill., 17.5 x 12.1 cm..
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