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MacSweeney, Mary
MacSwiney, Mary
MacSwiney, Mary Margarite
Máire Nic Suibhne
Mary MacSwiney (irische Politikerin)
Mary MacSwiney (Irish politician and educationalist)
Mary MacSwiney (politica uit Ierland (1872-1942))
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De Valera, Éamon (1882-1975)
Fowler, Joseph H. (1883?-1945)
Fowler, Joseph Hilary (1883?-1945)
MacSwiney, Margaret
MacSwiney, Muriel (1892-)
MacSwiney, Seán
MacSwiney, Terence J. (1879-1920)
MacSwiney, Terence Joseph (1879-1920)
Ó Ceallaigh, Seán T. (1882-1966)
Ó Ceallaigh, Seán Tomás (1882-1966)
O'Higgins, Brian (1882-1963)
Plunkett, George Noble Plunkett Count, 1851-1948
Sinn Féin
All Ireland Hunger Strike republican bulletin
Autograph book containing Second Dáil admission tickets and autographs of politicians
Chara, A : A terrible tragedy is imminent on this the 30th day of hunger strike...
Copy of letter from Patrick McCartan to Mary MacSwiney, Brixton Prison, London, informing her that Frank P. Walsh has approached President Woodrow Wilson and Secretary of State Bainbridge Colby about the plight of her husband Terence MacSwiney
Cronin Papers
Documents and correspondence relating to Terence MacSwiney (part of documents relating to the Committee of One Hundred for Investigation of Atrocities in Ireland)
I.i.2. Letters to Maud Gonne MacBride from Mary MacSwiney
I.i. General correspondence of Maud Gonne MacBride
Ireland's fight for independence
Letter from Máire Nic Suibhne, on behalf of the Republic Propaganda Department
Letter from Mary MacSwiney to George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett, accepting an invitation to attend a meeting on 10 June 1917, and hoping that when George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett comes down to Cork for a meeting about Irish political prisoners, all "questions of organisations" [between the Liberty Clubs and Sinn Féin] can be settled then or later
Letter from Mary MacSwiney to Joseph H. Fowler re her views on celebrating the 1916 Rising
Letter from Peter MacSwiney, New York City, to his sisters "Min" [Mary MacSwiney] and "Nan" [Margaret MacSwiney] regarding the death of Kate Curtin, and remarks that "everyone here is sick of John Dillon for opposing Arthur Griffith"
Letter from Terence MacSwiney, Lincoln Prison, England, to his wife Muriel [Muirgheal] and his sisters Mary and Eithne [Min and Nan] MacSwiney, mentioning earlier correspondence and the good news of his daughter Màire
Letter from Thomas Mulvey, Under-Secretary of State, Canada, to Mary MacSwiney confirming the release of her brother Seán MacSwiney from Kingston Penitentiary
Letters from John [Seán] MacSwiney to various members of the MacSwiney family
Letters from Mary MacSwiney to Joseph McGarrity, with some related documents
Letters to Joseph H. Fowler mostly concerned with his book Chapters in '98n History and with Sinn Féin Business; correspondents include: Mary MacSwiney, Brian O'Higgins, Maighread, Bean Uí Buachalla, James M. O'Connell, G.A. Hayes-McCoy, Mrs. Cathal Brugha
Poblacht na h-Éireann : the Republic of Ireland
Seán T. Ó Ceallaigh Additional Papers
Soul of fire, c1986: