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Lily Yeats
Lily Yeats (Irish artist)
Lily Yeatsová (iský uělec)
Susan "Lily" Yeats
Susan Yeats
Yeats, Lily
Yeats, Susan Mary
Yeats, Susan Mary (Vollstaendiger Name)
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Aberdeen and Temair, John Campbell Hamilton-Gordon Marquess of, 1847-1934
Cuala Press
Fay, William George (1872-1947)
Pollexfen, Ruth
Wade, Allan (1881-1955)
Walker, Frank
Yeats, Elizabeth Corbet (1868-1940; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Yeats, Jack Butler (1871-1957; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Yeats, Jack Butler (1871-1957)
Yeats, John Butler (1839-1922; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Yeats, William B. (1865-1939; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Be thou my vision
Collection of original drawings in "Wayfarer's love : contributions from living poets" edited by the Duchess of Sutherland
Cuala Industries and Cuala Press visitors' book from circa 1908-1928; containing approximately 1,900 signatures mostly with addresses, including those of W.B. Yeats and Maud Gonne, Jack B. Yeats, Sarah Purser, Elizabeth Bowen, Lady Augusta Gregory, George Russell, Thomas MacDonagh, Constance de Markievicz, Eva Gore-Booth, Florence Farr, Isabel, Lady Aberdeen, Mainie Jellet, Susan Mitchell, George Bernard Shaw and many hundreds of important cultural figures from Ireland, England, America and further afield
Deirdre of the sorrows : a play
Dia leat
Dun Emer Press, Churchtown, Dundrum, July 1903 - September 1907, The : the Cuala Press, Churchtown, Dundrum, October 1908 - July 1923, Merrion Square, Dublin, October 1923 - October 1924, Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, from May 1925; a complete list of the books, pamphlets, leaflets and broadsides
Elizabeth Corbet Yeats : born March 11th 1868, died January 16th 1940.
Foster-Murphy collection : letters and documents of Lily and William Butler Yeats
'Hail and farewell!' ...
la noo, La : [a play in two acts]
Letters from Elizabeth and Lily Yeats to Mr. Dickes
message of the lark, The
Miscellaneous William Butler Yeats letters, including some addressed to his father, John Butler Yeats, also a letter from Lily Yeats to 'Mary' following Yeats's death and the order of service in St Patrick's Cathedral in memory of William Butler Yeats, service took place on 6th February, 1939, and an earlier letter from Lily Yeats, 1904, about printing and headed Dún Emer Press as well as a copy of a poem by Monk Gibbon, and a press cutting of an interview with W.B. Yeats in the Daily Express, and including a letter to Miss Gore-Booth (Eva?) and another to Robin Flower, as well as letters to Miss (Stella) Campbell concerning horoscopes, and related letters from Allan Wade to Mrs Beech
[Self-portrait of John Butler Yeats, (1839-1922), nearly half-length, turned to right, facing to front, with beard]
Three letters from William M. Murphy to Daphne Fullwood
Yeats sisters and the Cuala, The