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Documents relating to the retirement ceremony of John Rice Lamb.

Documents relating to the retirement ceremony of John Rice Lamb, Governor of Smithfield Convict Prison. Contains: draft of John Rice Lamb's acceptance speech; receipt from West and Son to Francis Good for an engraved silver tea service; clipping of the presentation address and testimonial silver tea service presented by deputation to John Rice Lamb; testimonial to John Lamb.

Woodfield Papers

  • IE OH OHS77
  • Fonds
  • 1783-1995

Papers of the Lamb, Fuller, Johnston, Shaw, and Tobias families, and the members that were connected with Woodfield House.

Lamb Family

Scrapbook of Constance Lamb.

Ornate embossed leather scrapbook, created by Constance Lamb. Contains a map of Dublin in 1610, an advertisement for the lease of Woodfield House and 200 Acres from 1783, an advertisement for the lease of lands near Woodfield from 1948, part of the brocade of Eleanor Fuller's court dress, notes, photographs of young men and women from around the year 1899, sketches, and pressed flowers.

Fuller family almanac.

Almanac of history of the Fuller family, written by Abraham Fuller at Woodfield House, Clara, King's County, on 24 December 1795, and 27 May 1797.

Lamb Family

"Gems of Sacred Poetry" pocket book.

A miniature copy of the sixth edition of "Gems of Sacred Poetry," printed in London for the Religious Tract Society. The inside cover has an inscription, "J E Daunt, 11 Windlor Road, Plymouth."

Lamb Family

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