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9 Archival description results for Republicanism

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Folder 1

Editions of the following:

The Nation (29 March 1873)
St. Patrick's (12 September 1903)
Sinn Féin (21 December 1907)
Saoirse na hÉireann/Irish Freedom (June 1912)

Folder 6

Editions of the following:

Freeman's Journal (21 September 1896)
Freeman's Journal (3 November 1896)
King's County Independent (28 April 1906)
Midland tribune (28 April 1895)
Irish Independent (4 July 1916)
Evening Herald (4 August 1916)
Sinn Féin (10 July 1909)
Sinn Féin (16 July 1910)
Daily Telegraph (2 May 1916)
Daily Telegraph (29 April 1916)
Irish Times (23 May 1916)

Memoir 'Tullamore'

Memoir by Aloysius O'Brennan recounting the Tullamore Incident of 20 March1916 and the subsequent charges brought against 12 men in relation to the incident.

Memoir 'Why Easter Rising'

Memoir by Aloysius O'Brennan describing 1798 Rebellion, the Great Famine, Irish Parliamentary Party, Home Rule, the futility of constitutional agitation, formation of Irish Volunteers, Redmonite split in volunteers in 1914, Sinn Fein, the Howth gun-running, and the rise of Gaelic League.

Memoirs of Alo and Maura O'Brennan

Two handwritten accounts relating to the background to the Easter Rising and the Tullamore Incident. The accounts were prepared by Aloysius O'Brennan for the 50 year commemorations in 1966. A further memoir on the events of Easter Week was written by Alo's [wife], Maura O'Brennan. Also includes a scrapbook of cuttings compiled in 1966 during the Jubilee commemorations of the 1916 Rising.

O'Brennan, Alo

Papers of K. Forrestal

  • IE OCL P115
  • Collection
  • 1921-1966

Collection of newspaper cuttings, off-prints and photographs relating to Irish revolutionary period, mainly dating from the 1960s. Also contains original programme of 1921 Labour Day activities in Ballykinlar Camp No. 2 featuring interned Geashill priest Fr. Burbage; and photograph of Rev J. O'Callaghan, Rev. Canon Magner and Rev. Michael Griffin, stamped 'Murdered by Crown Forces 1921' .

Séamus O'Brennan

Postcards received or sent by Séamus Ó Braonáin relating to formation of Tullamore Pipers Band, and Irish Volunteer Camps in Galbally, Co. Limerick and Ballylanders, Co. Limerick; photographs of Tullamore Pipers Band and Irish Volunteers; and charge sheet relating to the Tullamore Incident.

O'Brennan, Séamus