Hayward, Richard (1898-1964), actor and travel writer

Ulster Writers Archive

Libraries NI, Belfast Central Library

The Archive includes material which is concerned with the following Ulster writers: William Allingham, Andrew Boyd, Frederick Gamble, Mary Gardiner, Frederick Harte, Dr. Richard Hayward, Benedict Kiely, Jack Loudan, Anna Redlich, Bishop Reeves and Charles Witherspoon.

Richard Hayward Archive

Libraries NI, Belfast Central Library

He was associated with the Ulster Players, acting with and managing the group for a number of years. Hayward also made over a hundred records as a ballad singer and directed the first sound motion picture made in Ireland. Richard Hayward died in Belfast in a car accident on October 13th 1964.

MS21/15/C - Photo of Thomas Carnduff Taken at the Ashleigh Studios, Belfast, c. 1940s

Carnduff Collection

Queen's University Belfast, Special Collections

Personal, literary and collected papers of and/or relating to Thomas Carnduff (1886-1956), the Belfast essayist, playwright and poet. An important figure in cultural circles during the early 20th century, Thomas Carnduff, the so-called 'Shipyard Poet,' was a profilic writer and acute observer of Belfast life. The Thomas Carnduff Archive consists of draft and annotated manuscripts of Carnduff's pri ...

UFTM Sound Archive

National Museums NI, Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

The brief of the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum is to record and preserve the way of life, past and present, of the people of Northern Ireland. The contents of the Museum’s Sound Archive reflects this brief, comprising mainly oral history recordings made by curatorial members of staff and other interested persons, traditional Irish music, folk tunes and songs, recitals recorded by and at UFTM, c ...

Autographed Collection

Linen Hall Library

The McCready Collection, received in 1982, added many new and important volumes to a varied and extensive collection of books signed by their authors. The significance of this collection cannot be over-stressed, representing as it does a vital link between the function of the Library and its effectiveness in the field of literary endeavour. One of the most important autographed works in the Librar ...