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James Larkin (Irish politician and trade unionist)
James Larkin (politicus uit Ierland (1876-1947))
James Larkin (sozialistischer Aktivist und Führer der irischen Gewerkschaftsunion)
Larkin, Big Jim
Séamas Ó Lorcáin
Manuscript language material
Grève des dockers (other; see also from)
Irish Socialist Federation in America
Irish Transport and General Workers' Union
Irish Transport and General Workers' Union. Executive Committee
New York (State). Supreme Court (First District)
Pearse, Margaret (1857-1932)
Yeats, Georgie (d. 1968)
1913: Jim Larkin and the Dublin Lock-Out. [By various authors. Including speeches by Jim Larkin. Compiled by Donald Nevin. With portraits.]
[Advertising card and two duplicated typescript circulars asking for support for Larkin's candidacy in the Dublin Municipal elections].
American trial of Big Jim Larkin, 1920., The
attempt to smash the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union, The : a report of the actions in the law courts, with an historical introduction and appendix of unpublished documents from 1911 to 1923.
City in revolt, 1985:
common loyalty; the bridge to unity., A : Presidential address to fifty-fifth annual meeting of the Irish Trade Union Congress, held in Belfast, 27-29th July, 1949.
[Election handbill for O'Higgins attacking Larkin and Fianna Fáil as allies of Moscow].
following letter was sent on June 29th 1928 to James Larkin by Jack Dempsey late delegate of the Workers' Union of Ireland, The
[Handbill advertising a meeting in the Antient Concert Rooms on Mon. June 9th to consider the conditions of labourers in the building trade, at which Jim Larkin is to speak].
[Handbill containing alleged reproduction of an invitation from Beaconsfield Loyal Orange Lodge to James Larkin for the opening ceremony of a new lodge].
[Handbill issued by Larkin asking for public support against the Maypole Dairy Company.
Henry V (Motion picture : 1989), c2000:
In the footsteps of Big Jim, 1995?:
Ireland and the Irish in the U.S.A.
"Ireland will one day do what Russia did". Clipping of account of lecture to Independent Labour Party Summer School in The New Leader
Irish case for communism, The : the building of the Marxist-Leninist party (1930-1935)
Irish Citizen Army member's card 1914..., The
Irish worker., The
James Larkin, 2002:
James Larkin's ordeal : a plea for justice. Release memorials to ... the ... Earl of Aberdeen ...
Labour war in Ireland : stories of a great betrayal. Larkin versus Cork employers, Simon Punch, James Sexton, the alleged Labour leader, and others.
Larkin arrested! : [Handbill announcing Jack Dempsey's challenge to Larkin to appear before an impartial tribunal of trade union representatives.
Letters from James Larkin to John Devoy, Joseph McGarrity and John McGraw
Letters to Mrs. Margaret Pearse
Minutes of general meeting held on Sunday, 10th June, 1923. (In the Olympia Theatre)
Open letter from James "Jim" Larkin to the workers of Ireland, encouraging them to purchase of shares in the Irish Co-Operative Labour press, with application form included
Pass for S.S. Baltic, White Star Line, in envelope addressed to James Larkin, 1046 Nth Franklin St, Chicago, U.S.A.
practical brass and iron founder's guide], the
Proceedings. 1923 06 10
Religion in the USSR
[Reproduction of what purports to be the birth-certificate of James Larkin : proving that he was born in Liverpool.
Republic or Free State? Jim Larkin takes his stand for a Republic. [Cablegram from Comstock Jail]
Sean O'Casey papers
[Six handbills protesting against the imprisonment of James Larkin
Some pages from Union history : the facts concerning Larkin's departure to America.
[Three election handbills addressed to the electors of Dublin City (South), Dilin City (North) and Dublin North-East].
[Two portraits of James and Delia Larkin with facsimile inscription and signature].
[Two portraits of Larkin from The daily citizen and The tatler].
Worker (Dublin, Ireland : 1914)
Workers - union men and women - citizens! [Appeal for nation-wide day of protest in support of hunger-strikers in Free State prisons.