Dates:
1932-09-23-1932-10-18 — 1932-09-23
Type/Formats:
Text — Minutes (records)
Contributor:
Kevin Barry Memorial Committee
Abstract:
The minutes pertain to the selection of individuals to act as treasurers for the memorial committee and discussions relating to the design of the stained glass window. The minutes were signed by Tadhg O’ Neill, chairman, on 18 October 1932. [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Text — Letter — Miscellaneous documents
Contributors:
Bourke, John V. — Curtis and Company (Dublin, Ireland)
Abstract:
Letter from Curtis and Company Printers, Temple Lane, Dublin, to Bourke enclosing a statement and receipt for payment for the printing of circulars and envelopes relating to the Kevin Barry Memorial.
Creator:
Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Loreto Abbey Rathfarnham
Dates:
1916-04-24-1916-05-09 — 1916-04-24
Type/Formats:
Text — Diaries
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Abstract:
This contemporaneous account of Easter Rising 1916 captures the uncertainty, the confusion and the anxiety experienced by the religious community and their concern for their Sisters in Dublin city centre communities (i.e. 43 North Great George’s Street, 53 St Stephen’s Green & 77 St Stephen’s... [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Contributors:
Corcoran, Mary Michael, I.B.V.M., 1846-1927 — Ryan, Father, S.J.
Abstract:
Letter from M. Michael Corcoran, Loreto Convent, Rathfarnham to Fr. Ryan S.J., Australia. This letter, refers to the 1916 Rising in Dublin, where three Loreto houses were surrounded by ‘fighters and two of Ours had narrow escapes from stray bullets.’ A member of the community at 53 Stephen’s... [ … ]
Creator:
Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary. 53 Saint Stephen’s Green
Dates:
1916-04-24-1916-05-08 — 1916-04-24
Type/Formats:
Text — Diaries
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Abstract:
This contemporaneous account of Easter Rising 1916 captures the uncertainty, the confusion and the anxiety experienced by the religious community and the resident boarding pupils. In 1916 the Sisters were bound by the rule of enclosure, and were not permitted to leave convent grounds, unless for... [ … ]