Books - including pamphlets

Poetry by Women in Ireland: A Critical Anthology 1870–1970  edited by Dr Lucy Collins

Poetry by Women in Ireland: A Critical Anthology 1870–1970 edited by Dr Lucy Collins

Fired! Irish Women Poets and the Canon

Poetry by Women in Ireland: A Critical Anthology 1870–1970 edited by Dr Lucy Collins Copyright Date : 2012 Published by : Liverpool University Press JSTOR: https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt1gn6dkq Abstract and list Via Academia.edu URL https://www.academia.edu/12835738/Poetry_by_Women_in_Ireland_A_Critical_Anthology_1870-1970

Michael J. Dunn, Jr. and Michael J. Dunn, dated August 1911.

Dunn Family Collection

Ward Irish Music Archives

The Dunn Family Collection, c. 1904 - c. 1935 Donated to WIMA by David K. Dunn, this collection contains the manuscripts, books, sheet music, recordings, artifacts and ephemera collected by Michael J. Dunn. Musician and instrument maker/repairer Michael J. Dunn (1855 - 1935), also a captain of the Milwaukee Fire Department, was a contemporary and associate of the famed Irish music collector, Franc ...

Alex Pryce Papers

Fired! Irish Women Poets and the Canon

“Selective traditions: feminism and the poetry of Colette Bryce, Leontia Flynn and Sinead Morrissey”, University of Oxford, DPhil (2014). URL: https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:3cff3422-3046-48d1-b765-05a815963ecd

"A Transitory House" by Freda Laughton (1945)

Freda Laughton (1907-1995)

Fired! Irish Women Poets and the Canon

Freda Laughton (1907-1995) was born in Bristol and moved to Co. Down after her marriage. She published one collection of poetry, A Transitory House (Jonathan Cape, 1945) but little else is known about her life and work. She may have lived in Dublin for some time, as her poem The Welcome details the textures of Dublin City and its suburbs, and suggests she knows the city by heart. A sample of Freda ...

An appeal to the public by James Tandy

Irish Office Collection

Houses of the Oireachtas Library

This collection (1500 items) included parliamentary material from the Irish House of Lords and a collection of political pamphlets and essays commenting on political, social, economic and religious issues of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Ortelius map of Ireland

Dublin Castle Collection

Houses of the Oireachtas Library

The Dublin Castle collection (6,800 items) contains a variety of formats including historical monographs, maps, periodicals, cartoons, prints and pamphlets. The collection is particularly distinct in its holdings of visual and periodical material. Given the wide range of publication dates, major themes and topics of Irish history are represented. These include materials relating to: The 1641 rebel ...

Internet Archive image of the frontispiece of Plunkett Dillon's "Magnificat"

Irish Women Poets [Pamphlets]

Fired! Irish Women Poets and the Canon

Geraldine Plunkett Dillon ' "Magnificat" Published The Candle Press, Dublin, 1917 The Internet Archive [PDF/ DAISY, EPUB, KINDLE] formats Open Access URL : https://archive.org/details/magnificat00pluniala/page/n6 Keywords Pamphlets, Irish Women Poets, Irish Writing, The Internet Archive, Geraldine Plunkett Dillon, The Candle Press, Dublin, 1917

Alex Pryce Papers

Fired! Irish Women Poets and the Canon

CLÓ IAR-CHONNACHTA

National University of Ireland Galway

Micheál Ó Conghaile, a well-known and respected writer, founded the company Cló Iar-Chonnachta in 1985 when he was a university student. CIC publishes Irish-language books and Irish traditional music. Since its inception it has published over 300 books and 150 music albums. CIC sees itself primarily as guardian and patron of Irish language and Gaeltacht culture. In 2010 Michéal donated copies of m ...

Éamon de Buitléar working on a wildlife documentary

De Buitléar

National University of Ireland Galway

This book collection was received as part of a substantial archival donation by the late Éamon de Buitléar. It comprises of c.600 volumes, many of which relate to his career researching, filming and broadcasting on wildlife in Ireland. The collections also contains some early 20th Irish language titles originally the property of Éamon’s father. The Éamon de Buitléar Archive is an exceptional and u ...