Philosophy & Theology

Ewart Map A 1680

Hibernica Collection

Queen's University Belfast, Special Collections

The Hibernica Collection, or Henry Collection as it was previously known, is a substantial collection of monographs, periodicals and pamphlets of general Irish interest and/or origin, being strongest in history and literature, and also including works of Scottish Gaelic, Welsh and Breton. Officially established in 1929 with a deposit of 1000 volumes from the personal library of R.M. Henry (Profess ...

Mac Fhinn Collection

National University of Ireland Galway

Collection of 300+ items accumulated by Msgr. Eric Mac Fhinn (1895-1987) of Co. Galway, UCG lecturer in education (through Irish) 1931-1965.

Diaries and photographs from the Presbyterian Mission Archive.

Presbyterian Mission Archive

Union Theological College, The Gamble Library

The Presbyterian Mission Archive includes letters, scrapbooks, photographs, audio recordings, postcards, minutes and diaries relating to foreign missions conducted by Irish Presbyterians or the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, in places such as India, Manchuria and Africa, as well as missions delivered in the north and south of Ireland. Documents detailing the history of several related mission org ...

Part of the Gamble Library's Irish Collection.

Gamble Library Irish Collection

Union Theological College, The Gamble Library

The Gamble Library Irish Collection contains around two thousand items relating to Irish history, with special reference to religious and political history, especially the history of the Presbyterian Church, making it an essential resource for research into Irish Presbyterianism. It also contains the biographies of many key Irish figures and the congregational histories of most Presbyterian Church ...

McAllister Church History - Shelving

McAllister Collection: Church History Pamphlets

Queen's University Belfast, Special Collections

This is a collection of pamphlets accumulated by James McAllister, lecturer in Economic History at Queen’s University Belfast 1973-2007. He had a particular interest in local history and is noted for compiling ‘A Belfast chronicle 1789: a compilation from the Belfast Newsletter.’ He collected a range of books, articles and pamphlets relating to religion in Ireland. This collection contains pamphle ...

St. Anthony's Rare Book Collection

National University of Ireland Galway

The St. Anthony's Rare Book Collection, numbering c. 280 items, formed part of the library of St. Anthony's Franciscan College which was acquired by UCG in 1992. The collection contains many rare and interesting works on topics ranging in scope from theology and apologetics to bardism and Norse mythology.

King's Inns

National University of Ireland Galway

The King's Inns collection of c55 items is comprised of works on various subjects including astrology, history, religion, science, travel. Notable contents include Augstine, Confessiones, c. 1470, Benyowsky's Memoirs and Travels, 1790.

Henry Library

National University of Ireland Galway

The Henry collection contains c. 4500 items. The bulk of the collection represents the Library of the Reverend Joseph Henry, D.D (1821-1885). The Henry Library is held on deposit from the Church of Ireland diocese of Tuam, Killala and Achonry.

Graves Collection

Royal Irish Academy

The Graves Collection consists mainly of 19th century antiquarian correspondence. It is an amalgamation of three separate, but related, correspondence collections of three prominent Irish antiquarians: John O’Donovan (1806-1861) Rev. James Graves (1815-1886) Rev. Charles Graves (1812-1899). The John O’Donovan correspondence reflects O’Donovan’s work and personal interests and are broadly related t ...

Dublin Unitarian Church Collection

Royal Irish Academy

The Dublin Unitarian Church Collection was donated to the Royal Irish Academy by the Dublin Unitarian Church in two separate deposits. The first deposit is comprised of documents relating to the Unitarian community of Dublin and some of its predecessor congregations, located over time at premises in Wood Street, Cook Street, Eustace Street, Strand Street, and St. Stephen’s Green. Consisting of ove ...