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Elizabeth Corbet Yeats
Elizabeth Yeats
Elizabeth Yeats (British book publisher)
Elizabeth Yeatsová (British book publisher)
Yeats, Elizabeth
Yeats, Elizabeth Corbet
Yeats, Elizabeth Corbet (Irish printer, 1868-1940)
Yeats, Lolly
Dates: 
1868-1940
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Cuala Press
Dickinson, Violet Mary
Glenavy, Beatrice Moss Elvery Campbell Baroness, 1883-1968
Hyde, Douglas (1860-1949)
Robinson, Lennox (1886-1958)
Russell, George William (1867-1935)
Stephens, James (1882-1950)
Tynan, Katharine (1861-1931)
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, Lily (1866-1949; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Yeats, W. B. (1865-1939)
Yeats, William B. (1865-1939; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939)
Titles: 
Abhráin grádh chúige Connacht.
adventures of Seumas Beg: treasure trove, The
Album of Cuala Press Cards formerly owned by Douglas Hyde
ALS from Elizabeth Yeats to Frances C. Darling, Bay Colony Bookshop, Boston
Be thou my vision
Broadside, A : [a collection of street ballads, etc., publ. monthly]
Brush work
Christmas card from Jack and Lottie [Elizabeth] Yeats including an image of flowers and Christmas greetings
[Collection of Cuala Press Bookplates and Devices]
Correspondence relating to the publication of his 'Little Anthology of Irish Verse' by the Cuala Press
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
Discoveries : a volume of essays
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
Eamonn and Aine Ceannt, and Kathleen and Lily O'Brennan Papers
Elementary brushwork studies
Eternal Helen
green helmet and other poems, The
IV.I. Correspondence
J.B. Yeats letters to his son W.B. Yeats and others, 1869-1922
Letter from Elizabeth Corbet Yeats to Violet (Letty) Dickinson
Letter from Elizabeth Yeats to Mary Josephine Plunkett, Countess Plunkett, to apologe for her failure to write for her a poem a favour as promised
Letter to Kathleen O'Brennan from Elizabeth Yeats about two Cuala Industries books she is sending to O'Brennan
Letters to Joseph H. Fowler mostly concerned with Sinn Féin; correspondents include: Mrs. Cathal Brugha, Mary MacSwiney, Brian O'Higgins, G.A. Hayes-McCoy, J.J. O'Kelly, Elizabeth Yeats
love songs of Connacht, The : being the fourth chapter of the Songs of Connacht
message for every day, A
Michael Robartes and the dancer
new song, called, Anna Liffey, A : to which are added : 2 Welcome back to Erin : 3 Farewell to Dr. Garnett.
No.1. Third Year [.] A Broadside for June, 1910 [.] Published monthly by E.C. Yeats at the Cuala Press, Churchtown, Dundrum, County Dublin. Subscription twelve shillings a year[.] Post free. [At bottom, under James Stephens' poem is printed: '300 copies only'].
nuts of knowledge, The : lyrical poems old and new
packet for Ezra Pound, A
Photographs from the wedding of Ruth Pollexfen
Poetry and Ireland : Essays
selection from the love poetry of William Butler Yeats, A
[Self-portrait of John Butler Yeats, (1839-1922), nearly half-length, turned to right, facing to front, with beard]
Seven poems and a fragment
Sir Hugh Lane and Ruth Shine Papers
Synge and the Ireland of his time
wild swans at Coole, other verses and play in verse, The
Yeats sisters and the Cuala, The
Young man's fancy
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