[Catalogue of participants in the Schools' Manuscript Collection 1937-38]


[Catalogue of participants in the Schools' Manuscript Collection 1937-38]

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Map of Prospect Cemetery, Glasnevin, County Dublin, Ireland, indicating Burial Places of Noted Persons and Communities, and containing some Illustrations.


Map of Prospect Cemetery, Glasnevin, County Dublin, Ireland, indicating Burial Places of Noted Persons and Communities, and containing some Illustrations.

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Printers' delivery docket


Delivery docket receipt from Curtis and Company Printers of Dublin indicating that 500 circulars relating to the Kevin Barry Memorial have been delivered to Bourke.

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Crumlin housing area section no. 6


Crumlin housing area, section 6 map, indicating the planned and actually completed programme of works as of 1st May 1936. This section of the housing scheme was constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1934-1944.

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Crumlin housing area section no. 6


Crumlin housing area, section 6 map, indicating the planned and actually completed programme of works as of 1st May 1936. This section of the housing scheme was constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1934-1944.

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Composition of the memorial window


Manuscript list of the scenes to be depicted in the stained glass window accompanied by a rough sketch indicating the positioning of each individual scene within the panels. The sketch appears on the reverse of a leaflet for Harry Clarke and Sons Stained Glass Artists and Church Decorators, Dublin.

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Crumlin housing area section no. 6


Crumlin housing area, section 6 map, indicating positions from which photographs of the scheme were taken on Monday 7 September 1936. This section of the housing scheme was constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1934-1944. The architect was H.G. Simms.

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Crumlin housing area section no. 6


Crumlin housing area, section 6 map, indicating positions from which photographs of the scheme were taken on Monday 7 September 1936. This section of the housing scheme was constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1934-1944. The architect was H.G. Simms.

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Lord Wimborne writing to General Maxwell


Letter from Lord Wimborne to General Maxwell. Wimborne expresses his pleasure at the 'good progress and effective action' reported by Maxwell. The letter refers to an enclosed communiqué which seems to suggest a certain line of action, based on previous action in which the writer was involved. It also indicates that the Lord Chancellor provided a plan of the Four Courts which shows the position of a building in which contained 'all the most valuable historical and proprietory documents in Ireland'. A post script indicates that the letter was delivered in person by Basil Blackwood (Basil Temple Blackwood, 1870-1917), private secretary to the Lord Lieutenant.

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U.C.D. election: unusual interest in contest


The newspaper cutting features an article entitled ‘U.C.D. Elections: Unusual Interest in Contest’ relating to the election, by the graduates of University College Dublin, of six members to the Governing Body of the College. The names of the successful candidates have been listed, five of which have been indicated with a manuscript star; Reverend Professor T[imothy] Corcoran, Charles J. MacAuley, Reverend John Burke, Seamus Ó Ceallaigh, Margaret M. Browne and Richard McA. O'Rahilly.

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Minutes of a committee meeting held 3 November 1932


Manuscript copy of the minutes of the meeting of the Kevin Barry Memorial Committee held in the S.R.C. Room, University College Dublin on 3 November [1932]. The minutes pertain to discussions on a sketch for the design of the window and additional names to which the circular appealing for funds should be sent. The reverse of the sheet features the names and short addresses of the members of the committee, possibly to indicate who was present at the meeting.

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Nano Nagle writing to Miss Mulally


Letter from Nano Nagle to Teresa Mulally indicating that, at the behest of Dr. Moylan, she had taken in three women to assist in her education ministry the previous Christmas. She reveals that two of the women will establish a foundation in County Kerry and encloses a copy of their rule, "its called the sisters of the charitable instruction of the sacred heart of Jesus...I could wish that we may unite in this society, and am confident the great God will direct you to what is most for his glory".

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Nano Nagle writing to Miss Mulally


Letter from Nano Nagle to Teresa Mulally indicating that she has set £7 aside to be sent to Dublin. Nagle chides Mulally for falling into dejection, “I dont approve of your disponding so much”, and writes that even if neither of them live to see their work prosper during their lifetimes, hopefully it will succeed after their deaths "and be of universale service to the kingdome". She also describes the reception of a very promising novice and assures Mulally of the community's most affectionate compliments. Whereas all previous letters to Mulally were addressed “Dear Madam”, this last extant letter, written just over a year before Nagle's death, opens with “My Dear's friend”.

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The Irish Nurses' Magazine


The Irish Nurses' Magazine, vol. 22, no. 3 (March 1955)

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Irish Nurses' Journal


Irish Nurses' Journal, vol. 2, no. 4 (April 1969)

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The Irish Nurses' Magazine


The Irish Nurses' Magazine, vol. 23, no. 4 (April 1956)

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Irish Nurse


Irish Nurse, vol. 1, no. 12 (July 1964)

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Irish Nurses' Journal


Irish Nurses' Journal, vol. 1, no. 10 (October 1968)

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Irish Nurses' Journal


Irish Nurses' Journal, vol. 1, no. 5 (May 1968)

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Irish Nurses' Journal


Irish Nurses' Journal, vol. 2, no. 3 (March 1969)

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Irish Nurse


Irish Nurse, vol. 1, no. 2 (September 1963)

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The Irish Nurses' Magazine


The Irish Nurses' Magazine, vol. 22, no. 2 (February 1955)

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Irish Nurse


Irish Nurse, vol. 5, no. 12 (July 1967)

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Irish Nurse


Irish Nurse, vol. 5, no. 10 (May 1967)

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