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Clarke, Thomas J.
Clarke, Thomas James
Clarke, Tom
Ó Cléirigh, Tomás Séamus
Thomas Clarke
Thomas J. Clarke
Thomas James Clarke (irischer Revolutionär)
Tom Clarke (Irish revolutionary leader)
Tom Clarke (revolutionair uit Ierland (1857-1916))
Tomás Ó Cléirigh
Кларк, Томас Джеймс
Томас Джеймс Кларк
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Grogan, Larry (1899-1979)
Hayes, Stephen (1902-1974)
Ireland (Provisional government, 1916)
Irische Republikanische Bruderschaft Affiliation (see also from)
Irish Republican Army
Irish Republican Brotherhood
Ó Briain, Eoghan
O'Flaherty, Peadar
O'Neill Ryan, Judge
Plunkett, George Oliver (1894-1944)
Russell, Seán (1893-1940)
Account book detailing transactions at Tom Clarke's tobacconist and newsagents
Glimpses of an Irish felon's prison life. With an introd. by P. S. O'Hegarty.
Letter from Tom Clarke to Kathleen Daly regarding arrangements for her travel to America
Letter from Tom Clarke to Kathleen Daly seeking to allay her worries about his lack of contact
Letter from Tom Clarke, to the Governor of Portland Prison, requesting leave to visit the Irish prisoner Harry Burton
Letter from Tom Clarke, written from New York, to his son John Daly Clarke during his stay in Limerick
Letter to Joe McGarrity re mailing list of and subscriptions to Gaelic American
Letters to Joseph McGarrity with circulars, receipts and accounts relating to Clan-na-Gael
Notes by Tom Clarke regarding questions on Irish prisoners in England
Poblacht na hEireann: The provisional government of the Irish Republic to the people of Ireland.
Proclamation of independence
Rough accounts relating to the purchase of rifles and ammunition
Statement entitled "The Irish Republican Proclamation" signed by the members of the Irish Republican Army Council
Telegram from James Francis Egan to Tom Clarke in New York saying "Yes"
Telegram from Richard McGinn to Tom Clarke in America telling him to resign his job and come to Ireland for the 28th
Telegram from Tom Clarke sent to his brother Alfred, informing him of his release from Portland Prison
Telegram from unidentified sender to Tom Clarke regarding the Irish Volunteers
Tom Clarke and Kathleen Clarke Papers
Tom Clarke and the Irish freedom movement, 1936: