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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 143
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
ArmyCrisis.pdf.jpg1922The Truth about the Army CrisisIRA
wm_stpress.jpg.jpg1922Anti Treaty pamphlet "War News No. 3"Cotter, D; Wann, J
wm_CF019.jpg.jpg1923‘Republicans are We’. Unattributed handwritten lyrics of an alternative Anti-Treaty anthemCapuchin Archive
wm_DR050a.jpg.jpg1922St. John Ambulance staff attend a wounded civilian.Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Library
wm_CF008.jpg.jpg1922-08-12Letter from Liam Mellows, Mountjoy Prison, Dublin, to his mother shortly before his execution.Mellowes, Liam; Capuchin Archive
wm_DR049b.jpg.jpg1922St. John Ambulance staff attend a wounded civilian while an armed Free State soldier looks on.Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Library
wm_MA013a.jpg.jpg1922-12-08Memoriam Card - Rory O'Connor, Liam Mellowes, Richard Barrett and Joseph McKelvey. Executed by the Free State 8th December 1922Defence Forces Ireland Military Archives
wm_FrPiggott1a.jpg.jpg1922Typescript account by Fr. Piggott who gave spiritual aid to Rory O'Connor and Liam Mellows and he describes the final hours leading up to their executions.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_IMG080.jpg.jpg1922Handwritten letter from Count Plunkett, with original envelope and wax seal, to Archbishop Byrne pleading to reinstate the Spiritual Rights of Republican prisoners.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_19221204_img008_s.jpg.jpg1922Exchanges of letters between Archbishop Byrne and the Secretary, Oglaigh Na hEireann, pleading for clemency re prisoners Patrich Archbold and a prisoner Waters.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_img084.jpg.jpg1922Telegram dated 20th November 1922 from the Irish Self Determination League, Jarrow Branch, pleading with Archbishop Byrne not to let Mary McSwiney die without Last Rites.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_PL1.jpg.jpg1922-10-22Full text pf Pastoral letter from Cardinal Logue,to the priests and people of Ireland detailing the Church's opposition to the continued activities of the IRALogue, Cardinal; Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_img001a.jpg.jpg1922Letter dated 26th April 1922 from an R Whelan of Rathmines to Archbishop Byrne complaining of Michael Collins' alleged drunkennessPhelan, R; Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_img085.jpg.jpg1922Letter to Archbishop Byrne by the Kilmainham Female Hunger Strikers Kathleen (Kitty) Costello, Nelly Ryan (sister of Dr. Jim Ryan) and Annie O’Neill requesting that they receive Holy Communion daily until their death.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_img075.jpg.jpg1922Letter to the Archbishop from Maude Gonne McBride claiming mistreatment of prisonersDublin Diocesan Archives
1922Five telegrams to Pope Pius XI and Cardinal Gaspari urging the release of Mary McSwineyDublin Diocesan Archives
wm_IMG069.jpg.jpg1922Letter from Eibhlin Ni Cinneide of the Irish Self-Determination League to Archbishop O'Byrne protesting at the prison Chaplain not providing Mary McSwiney with SacramentsDublin Diocesan Archives
OldIrregular.pdf.jpg1922Anonymous anti-Treaty Handwritten letter from 'An Old Irregular' in a 'Dug-out near the Galtees' to Archbishop ByrneDublin Diocesan Archives
wm_img063.jpg.jpg1922Typewritten military pass dated the 1st July to the guard at the Hammam Hotel O'Connell Street signed by Oscar Traynor issued to Archbishop Byrne, the Lord Mayor of Dublin and party.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_MountjoyHell.jpg.jpg1923-09-14Pamphlet: "The Mountjoy Hell - Attempt to break prisoners' morale"Dublin Diocesan Archives
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 143