|Eleanor Hassard Papers
|Letters and receipts to Miss Eleanor (Ellie) Hassard, a designer and teacher of Inishmacsaint lace work who took classes and distributed unbleached linen thread from a dispensary in Derrygonnelly in County Fermanagh, c.1900-c1914.
Typed memorandum regarding Inishmacsaint lace from the Irish Lace Depot Limited, Dublin, to Miss L. Maclean, West Kingston, stating, 'Collar 546 to hand it is very nice. As this shape is now somewhat played out, we send you a couple of the other shapes which you might please put in hands at once, in the fine and medium quality say, two of each, but we would like to have them quickly. Have you any other collars nearly finished, we can give you more to make if you can get them done', 1901.
Forms part of the Hassard Papers.
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