|Denis McCullough Papers
|Material relating to the Irish Republican Brotherhood and the Volunteers with particular reference to the Easter Rising and the acceptance of the Treaty by the Supreme Council of the IRB and 3 Northern Division. Correspondence and reports relating to McCullough’s role as Dáil Éireann Special Commissioner to the United States (1922). Notes, statements by McCullough, historical enquiries, correspondence with contemporaries including Bulmer Hobson, P.S. O’Hegarty and Patrick McCartan, and correspondence with the Bureau of Military History concerning aspects of the revolutionary period with particular reference to the Rising, the Treaty and his membership and presidency of the Supreme Council of the IRB. Notes and scripts for broadcasts by McCullough. Family and business material including correspondence between McCullough while in prison and Agnes Ryan, his wife [UCDA].
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Contains material relating to an application by Elizabeth Corr and Nelly O'Boyle for a military service pension, including a letter (1937) from Elizabeth Corr to Mrs McCullough reminding her of the role that she (Corr) and O'Boyle played as members of Cumann na mBan during the rising of Easter 1916, in case she is questioned by the Military Pensions Referee; also copy of a poem, 'The master', written by T.M. Healy's daughter in memory of P.H. Pearse (1916), a booklet entitled 'Two poems' by Alice Milligan, copy of a poem by Florence Wilson, 'The man from God-knows-where', and cutting of a poem by Alice Milligan, 'Till Ferdia came']; also British passport, issued 1922, of Mrs Agnes McCullough.
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|James Joyce Library UCD Belfield Dublin 4
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