CollectionRev. Dr F.T.O. Dwyer Papers

No 36, material relating to Irish Nuns of Ypres, Belgium, 1916

No 41, material relating to St Munchin's College, St Mary Immaculate College, and Presentation Convent, Limerick, 1907

No 55, material relating to St Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, 1889-1921

No 56, material relating to the position of women in Universities

No 61, material relating to the training of nuns teaching in National schools and material relating to the establishment of summer courses for teaching sisters.

Revd. Dr F.T. O' Dwyer correspondence, includes letters from:
Mary King, thanks for the help rendered, 30 July 1878

Sister Joseph, convent, Monkstown, fees for boys and prospectus, 28 August 1883

52 letters from Sister M Gonzaga (his sister Annie), 1874-1907, with 13 other letters from her

7 letters from Mrs Anne O'Dwyer, his mother, 1874-1877

5 letters from Sister Helena O'Dwyer, 1909-1916

Mother Mary expressing sympathy with on the death of his mother, 12 June 1889

Cecila Fitzgearld, Dublin, congratulating him on his letter relating to emigrants, 13 November 1915

Annie Hayden, Waterford, congratulating him on his reply to Maxwell, 31 May 1916

Mary Mayer, Tullow, congratulating him on his reply to Maxwell, 31 May 1916

Kate O'Donnell, Australia, congratulating him on his reply to Maxwell, 10 June 1916

Miss C Moran, London, praising his Irish stand and condemning Redmond, 15 August 1916.

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Century19th, 20th
Repository NameLimerick Diocesan Archives (RC)
AddressLimerick Diocesan Centre St Munchin’s Corbally County Limerick
EircodeV94 925C
Telephone(061) 350-000
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CommentThe information listed from this repository has been extracted from lists available in the Archive. Where no or partial lists were available staff of the Women's History Project constructed an outline list. It must be remembered that due to time constraints not all items in this repository were examined individually.