CollectionCardinal Logue Archive
Collection DescriptionNote: (a)The Archive of His Eminence Cardinal Logue, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland from 1887- 1924, includes the period of Dr Logue's Episcopate in Raphoe, 1879-1887. (b) For the period 1888-1924 it may be necessary to consult the Archives of Cardinal O'Donnell and Cardinal MacRory.

There is a detailed calendar of Letters of Most Rev. W.J. Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin addressed to His Eminence Card Logue available in the archives. The papers include:

20 December 1898 'It is the sisters of Charity (St Vincent's) not Mercy that are raising the question. Hence I wrote to your eminence, knowing them to be at the Armagh side of the river. Our Sisters here in North William Street are anxious for the same extension the poor children are running wild around the street, and the nuns are anxious to do something for them'.

5 July 1901 Mrs Tennant and the inspection of laundries.

3 July 1901 Letter of May Tennant, Industrial Law Committee, London addressed to the Most Rev. William J. Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin, concerning the proposed inclusion of laundries conducted by religious houses under Government inspection.

9 July 1901, 'I telegraphed to J. Redmond for the laundries, etc. bill yesterday. He has sent it on to me and it is a most complicated affair. So I have written a letter of which enclosed is a copy.

9 July 1901, letter addressed to Mrs Tennant regarding the laundries bill.

AccessThe material in this repository is privately held. Access to this material is limited and at the discretion of the Diocesan Secretary. To have your application for access considered please write, giving precise details of your research project, to the address provided.
Date1898; 1901
Repository NameArmagh Diocesan Archive (RC)
AddressAra Coeli Cathedral Road Armagh
UK Postal CodeBT61 7QY
Telephone+44 28-3752-2045
Repository Web Address
CommentThe information listed from this repository was extracted in the late 1990s from lists available in the archives. The lists were compiled by staff of Armagh Diocesan Archive and we are grateful for their assistance. Due to time constraints not all items in this repository were examined individually.