CollectionHenry Morris Correspondence
ReferenceBox 8

Notebooks of Henry Morris:
Archaeological 1907
Envelope 4
17 Letter from Lady Bute forwarding subscription for restoration fund, 7 July 1907.

Gaelic 1908
Envelope 5
6 Letter from Ida NicNeill on stories she has collected, 1 May 1908.

7 Letter from Ida NicNeill concerning meeting in Belfast, 7 May 1908.

12 Letter from Ida NicNeill inviting Henry Morris to the opening of Cloghaneely, 16 August 1908.

13 Letter from Ida NicNeill requesting he uses his influence to get managers to reply, 17 August 1908.

14 Letter from Ida NicNeill requesting Henry to speak at Cloghaneely, 28 May 1908.

15 Letter from Ida NicNeill requesting Henry to distribute the cards for funds, 15 June 1908.

20 Letter from Ida NicNeill expressing sympathy at Alice's death, 22 August 1908.

Gaelic 1909
Envelope 9
Letter from Ida NicNeill, the 'Dunnbo' is doing well at Cloghaneely, 17 July 1909.

26 Letter from Ida NicNeill enclosing cheque for 'Dunnbo', 26 August 1909.

28 Letter from Ida NicNeill acknowledging receipt, 1 September 1909.

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Repository NameUCD Special Collections
AddressJames Joyce Library University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4
EircodeD04 R7R0
Telephone(01) 716-7149
Repository Web Address
CommentSome of the information listed from this repository has been extracted from lists available in the archive. These lists were compiled by library staff and we are grateful for their assistance. Where partial or no lists were available, staff of the Women's History Project constructed an outline list. Due to time constraints, not all items in this repository were examined individually.