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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0001 1621 3578
Name: 
Eleanor Henrietta Hull
Eleanor Hull (britische Schriftstellerin und Journalistin)
Eleanor Hull (Brits schrijver (-))
Eleanor Hull (English writer, journalist and scholar of Old Irish)
Hull, Eleanor
Hull, Eleanor Henrietta
Халл, Элинор Генриетта
Dates: 
1860-1935
Creation class: 
cre
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Related names: 
Byrne, Mary (1880-1931)
Irish Texts Society
MacDonagh, Thomas (1878-1916)
Ó Cathasaigh, Tomás
Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection (Library of Congress)
Pearse, Padraic (1879-1916)
Reid, Stephen
Rutter, John (1945-)
Wilberg, Mack
Yeats, Lily (1866-1949)
Titles: 
Be thou my vision : for mixed voices, S.A.T.B., with piano
Be thou my vision : SATB choir and piano four-hands
boys' Cuchulain, The : heroic legends of Ireland
Cuchulain : the hound of Ulster
Cuchullin saga in Irish literature, The : being a collection of stories relating to the hero Cuchullin
Deirdre of the Sorrows : modernized and transcribed by
Early Christian Ireland.
Folklore of the British Isles.
From the Stuart period to modern times
history of Ireland and her people ..., A
Irish episodes in Icelandic literature.
Irish Home Reading Magazine, The
Letter from Eleanor Hull, of the Irish Texts Society, to Padraic Pearse regarding publishing a cheaper version of lesson outlines and ilustrations for teaching Irish History
Letter from Eleanor Hull to Colonel Berry, concerning a death, supplying him with copies of volumes which he is missing, Fr. Patrick S. Dinneen's Dictionary and informing she published his paper relating to folklore
Letter from Eleanor Hull to Colonel Berry, concerning whether he has a copy of their Report, claiming the study of modern Irish essential for the study of the older language and arranging a time to meet for tea
Letter from Eleanor Hull to Colonel Berry, providing information and encouraging him to look at the lists of books, published and unpublished and their report, in order to illustrate the variety of material
Letter from Eleanor Hull to Lady Ferguson [Mary Catharine Guinness Ferguson], regarding the publication of work, subjects in it and she will look forward to reading it
Letter from Eleanor Hull to Thomas MacDonagh requesting to use some of his poetry in a publication, including poems from 'Songs of Myself', the 'Irish Review' and also 'An Bunnán Buidhe', that she is publishing "very soon"
Northmen in Britain, The
Pagan Ireland, 1904.
Pearse Papers
poem-book of the Gael, The : translations from Irish Gaelic poetry into English prose and verse
poem-book of the Gael. Translations from Irish Gaelic poetry into English prose and verse., The
Postcard from Eleanor Hull, London, to Padraic Pearse requesting that Pearse forward the manuscripts for her Lessons in Irish History to Mr. [David James] O'Donoghue without delay
Printed postcard, addressed to Patrick Pearse, announcing the move of the Irish Texts Society to Hanover Square, London, from Eleanor Hull, Hon. Secretary of the Irish Texts Society
Sgéalta Thomáis Uí Chathasaigh
Slane
soul's desire motet for unaccompanied chorus, The
Suddenly the sun : a biography of Shizuko Takahashi.
text book of Irish literature ..., A
Western precursors of Dante.
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