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ISNI: 
0000 0000 3975 0053
Name: 
Boland, Harry
Énrí Ó Beóláin
Harry Boland (Irish republican and politician)
Harry Boland (politicus uit Ierland (1887-1922))
Ó Beolain, Énrí
Dates: 
1887-1922
Creation class: 
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Language material
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Related names: 
Brugha, Cathal (1874-1922)
Collins, Michael (1890-1922)
Independent Newspapers (Firm)
Sheridan, Margaret Burke (1889-1958)
Ua Ceallaigh, Seán (1872-1957)
Walsh, Louis J. (1880-1942)
Titles: 
Copy of a note [from Harry Boland to his mother] about events in Lewes Prison
Copy of letter by Harry Boland detailing the strike in Lewes Jail
Correspondence between Joseph McGarrity and Harry [Henry James] Boland and members of his family
Documents and correspondence relating to Irish Bond Certificate campaign in the United States of America
Everything will yet work out right for Ireland : extracts from Harry Boland's last letters
Harry Boland, 1998:
Harry Boland commemoration concert Theatre Royal, Sunday, Oct. 5, 1924. Souvenir programme.
[Harry Boland, Michael Collins and Eamon De Valera at second session First Dáil Eireann, Mansion House]
In memory of Cathal Brugha and Harry Boland ... : [Handbill with portrs. and verse].
[Letter] 1917 January 2nd, Áth Cliath [to] A chara
Letter from Harry Boland, New York, to Joseph McGarrity, Philadelphia, informing him that he is "growing more confident day by day in our success" and organising a meeting in Philadelphia
Letter from Harry Boland to Joe McGarrity asking that the financial resources of Clann na nGael should be allocated to the Army Executive in view of the good resource available to the Free State forces. "There will be no Civil War in Ireland." With full adult suffrage he his sure the Republic will be endorsed. "Send every dollar you can collect to Mellowes, O'Connor and Traynor"
Letter from Harry Boland to Mrs. McCarthy re autographs of Eamonn De Valera and other members of the Party [i.e. Cumann na Poblachta]
Letter from Harry Boland, writing on behalf on Austin Stack, to Rory O'Connor, telling him that it was agreed by the Standing Committee to form an Employment [Engineering?] Bureau due to a letter from Rory O'Connor
Letter from "HB" [Henry James Boland] to "Joe" [Joseph McGarrity] regarding Egan Clancy [brother of George Clancy, Mayor of Limerick]
Letter from Louis J. Walsh to Harry Boland regarding an offer to organise meetings in London, Newcastle and Glasgow, to organise a speaker for a meeting with newspaper staff, propaganda in Ulster, and the distribution of Charles Diamond's election fund in Derry
Letter from Seán T. O'Kelly and Harry Boland to each republican T.D. asking them to attend a meeting of the party
Letter to Patrick McCartan from Harry Boland regarding George Bernard Shaw's criticism of Sinn Féin
Letters from Harry Boland to Joseph McGarrity, with associated documents
Letters from Seán T Ó Ceallaigh and Michael Collins, and papers concerning Cathal Brugha
Letters, mainly copies, from Patrick McCartan to associates including Harry Boland and Arthur Griffith; many relating to his position as envoy of the Provisional Government to United States and referring to Eamon De Valera mission to the United States: also printed address by McCartan re his candidature for Rotunda Ward of Dublin City Council in 1909
Letters to Luke Dillon mostly relating to Clan-na-Gael
Piaras Béaslaí Papers
Postcard from Harry Boland, Crewe, England, to Joseph McGarrity, New York, asking him when he may expect to see him in Dublin
Printed open letter from Joseph McGarrity, James McNellis and Philip Carson appealing for funds for the Irish cause
References
Republican poem by Harry Boland entitled 'To Dublin' and begining with the line "No City of bellowing slaves art thou"
Typescript copy of "The Irish Rebellion of 1916: Personal Experiences. Reminiscences of English Convict Prisons (by a Prominent Irish Volunteer)", with manuscript annotations by Joseph McGarrity
Typescript letter from Harry Boland to Luke Dillon asking him to sign a cheque for the proprietor of the Irish Press
Typescript report from Joseph McGarrity to Harry Boland regarding the split in Clan-na-Gael
Western Union Telegram from [Harry] Boland, Washington, District of Columbia, to Joseph McGarrity, Atlantic City, New Jersey, requesting Liam Pedlar to remain in Atlantic City
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