Archives include, among other documents:

Correspondence between Mary Immaculate College and the Department of Education, Dublin:
1902-to date.

Examination Papers, Mary Immaculate College, 1902-to date.

Letter from Bishop O'Dwyer to Sister Paul Quinlan, 27 April 1915.

Letter from Revd. John Ryan Society of Jesus to Sister Celestine McLoughlin relating to Bishop O'Dwyer, 21 November 1972.

Lists of students, Mary Immaculate College, 1901-1998.

List of staff, Mary Immaculate College, 1901-1998.

Mary Immaculate College, early Account Books.

Programmes of entertainments, Mary Immaculate College, 1901-1998.

Reports on Mary Immaculate College by Sister Paul Quinlan, 1902-1904, addressed to Bishop O'Dwyer, manager.

Material from the Mary Immaculate Exhibition, 1999:
Register of Mary Immaculate Training College, 1901-to date.

Photograph Album of the college, rooms, etc., no date, early in the volume it is marked Alice Maud Gordon, student, 1904-1908.

Petty Cash Ledgers.

Teaching Practice Reports:
September 1901-1 July 1910
September 1901-July 1923
Cash Book [including salaries?], September 1901-October 1910

1 Plastic Folder with letters, c1912-1936, from the Department of Education to the College, includes Annual Report of the College, printed, 1901-1902, and official circulars. Also Annual Report of St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin, 1907.

Teaching Practice Reports, September 1901 to date, from 1921 these are as Gaelige.

College Annual, volume xii, 1939.

Album of photographs, no date.

Plastic album, letters and photograph, 1973-75th Celebration.

Teaching Practice Notebooks - students:
1903-to date, with exceptions (rough notes)

Material in the Library, includes:
1 Album entitled 'Mary Immaculate Training College Limerick To the Memory of Our Great Reverend Bishop The Most Rev Dr O'Dwyer Our Kind Father & the Founder of the College', includes photographs of the bishops, memoriam cards and obituaries from the paper, c1917, also includes manuscript letters to Sister Veronica relating to the death of Bishop Newman.

Copy of a letter from the Most Revd. Dr O'Dwyer to Tipperary Board of Guardians, no date
'I beg to thank the Guardians of Tipperary Union for the resolution which they were so good as to adopt in approval of my attitude towards that brute Maxwell, who in my opinion is only one degree less objectionable than the government that screens itself behind him'.

Album including a pamphlet by the bishop, and a typescript of 'The Sisters of Mercy in Limerick', 5 pages.

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