Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Contributors:
Bourke, John V. — Corcoran, Timothy Joseph, 1872-1943
Abstract:
Unsigned letter from Bourke, Students’ Representative Council, to Dr T. Corcoran extending an invitation to act as joint honorary treasurer, along with The O’Rahilly, of the Kevin Barry Memorial Fund. [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Contributors:
Bourke, John V. — Corcoran, Timothy Joseph, 1872-1943
Abstract:
Manuscript letter from Dr T. Corcoran, Convent of Mercy, St Mary's, Nenagh, to Bourke responding to Bourke’s letter of 27 August 1932. Corcoran will be unable to occupy the position of joint honorary treasurer on the Kevin Barry Memorial Committee. [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Contributors:
Kevin Barry Memorial Committee — Corcoran, Timothy Joseph, 1872-1943
Abstract:
Note from Dr T. Corcoran, Department of Education, University College Dublin, confirming his attendance at the memorial mass and the unveiling ceremony.
Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Contributors:
Bourke, John V. — Corcoran, Timothy Joseph, 1872-1943
Abstract:
Unsigned letter from Bourke, An Cumann Iománuidheachta, University College Dublin, to Dr T. Corcoran requesting a list of any graduates who may be likely to subscribe to the memorial fund.
Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Contributors:
Bourke, John V. — Corcoran, Timothy Joseph, 1872-1943
Abstract:
Manuscript letter from Dr T. Corcoran, Leeson Street, Dublin, to Bourke concerning the provision of a list of UCD graduates who would be sent circulars soliciting donations to the fund for the Kevin Barry memorial, along with suggestions on how the committee should identify possible recipients of... [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Contributors:
Bourke, John V. — Corcoran, Timothy Joseph, 1872-1943
Abstract:
Manuscript letter from Dr T. Corcoran, 35 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin, to John V. Bourke in response to enquiries from Bourke concerning consideration by the UCD Governing Body of proposals for the erection of a memorial dedicated to Kevin Barry. He suggests possible courses of action for Bourke to... [ … ]