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Title: Selected pages from an autograph book dated 1923 from Tintown Internment Camp in the Curragh.
Authors: Quinn, Larry
Keywords: Autograph Book
Issue Date: 1923
Description: Selected pages from an autograph book dated 1923 from Tintown Internment Camp in the Curragh. Signed by the owner John ("Jack") Quinn of Killinninny. Some South Dublin residents (C Walsh, Templeogue, William Ryder, Clondalkin and J Watkins, Tallaght) contribute verses to the book. Tom Barry and Francis Stuart the artist also contribute.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10599/10103
Appears in Collections:1923-Present: Aftermath and Commemoration
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wm_dp042.jpgSignature of the owner John ("Jack") Quinn of Killinninny.338.05 kBJPEGThumbnail
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wm_dp043.jpgFrancis Stuart: (Irish writer and later Saoi of Aosdána) with the lyrics of "Down by the Sally Gardens"364.25 kBJPEGThumbnail
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wm_dp044.jpgPaddy Fogarty of Swords who later became a TD: "Let Friends all turn against me; Let foes say what they will; My heart is with my country; For I love old Ireland still316.44 kBJPEGThumbnail
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wm_dp045.jpgChristopher "Christy" Walsh of Templeogue: "Rags make paper; Paper make [sic] money; Money make Banks; Banks make loans; Loans make Poverty; Poverty make Rags"307.03 kBJPEGThumbnail
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wm_dp046.jpgWilliam Ryder of Clondalkin: "The Spirit Brave that went to save; This earthly Land from shame..."378.08 kBJPEGThumbnail
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wm_dp047.jpgTom Watkins of Tallaght: "Onward Men of Pearse; With your bayonets flashing bright; Let every craven cry; Be silenced by your might"313.74 kBJPEGThumbnail
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wm_dp048.jpgTom Barry: "Love Many, Trust Few, Always paddle your own canoe"286.87 kBJPEGThumbnail
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