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Kevin Barry Memorial Committee — Queen's University of Belfast. Students' Representative Council
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Brief letter from the President of the Students' Representative Council of Queen's University, Belfast, declining an invitation to the unveiling ceremony of the Kevin Barry Memorial.
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Kevin Barry Memorial Committee — O'Brien, George, 1892-1973
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Brief manuscript letter from Professor G. O'Brien, UCD, confirming his attendance at the unveiling ceremony.
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Kevin Barry Memorial Committee — O'Rahilly, Richard, 1903-1984
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Brief manuscript letter from Ua Rathghaille, 40 Herbert Park, Dublin, informing the Committee that he will be unable to attend the next meeting.
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Kevin Barry Memorial Committee — Cosgrave, William Thomas, 1880-1965
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Brief RSVP from Mr. Cosgrave, Beechpark, Templeogue, declining the invitation to attend the unveiling ceremony.
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Kevin Barry Memorial Committee — Dempsey, C., Major General
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Letter from [Major General] C. Dempsey, president of University College Dublin Officers Training Corps Mes.s, Griffith Barracks, Dublin to the treasurer of the Kevin Barry Memorial Committee enclosing a subscription to the Fund. [ … ]
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Kevin Barry Memorial Committee — Harrington, John F., Dr.
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Manuscript letter from Dr John F. Harrington, Andersonstown, Belfast, to the Kevin Barry Memorial Committee discussing his attempts to gather people who attended college with Kevin Barry, who were also in the 'H' Company First Battalion of the Irish Volunteers, and requesting information about the... [ … ]
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Kevin Barry Memorial Committee — Ó Ceallaigh, Séamus, 1879-1954
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Manuscript letter from Séamus Ó Ceallaigh, 10 Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin, to the Kevin Barry Memorial Committee, written in Irish, relating to a contribution of £1 to the fund.