CollectionPapers of T.M. Healy
Collection DescriptionThe first Governor General of the Irish Free State, 1922–28.

Papers principally of Timothy Michael Healy but including some material of his uncles, A.M. and T.D. Sullivan and of his daughter, Maev Healy Sullivan.

Includes letters to his father, Maurice (1876–1904); to his daughter Maev (1893–1929); and to his sister-in-law, Annie (1924–30), mainly of a personal nature.

Political correspondence (1967–1918) including letters from C.S. Parnell, W.E. Gladstone, Henry Labouchère M.P., Michael Davitt, John Dillon and H.H. Asquith.

Material relating to his appointment and letters received as Governor General of the Irish Free State (1922–8).

Correspondence concerning his literary work (1913–28) and research material and drafts of Letters and Leaders of My Day (1928) by T.M. Healy and of No Man’s Man (1943) by Maev Healy Sullivan.
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Maev Healy Sullivan Papers:
Papers mainly relating to the writings of Maev Sullivan about her father. Includes correspondence, one letter from Margaret Pearse thanking her for poem in praise of Padraig Pearse.

The Collection also includes family correspondence with other members of the family, including T.M. Healy's sisters, Mary and Elizabeth, relating to family and political matters. Also c.40 photographs c1890-1930 of Healy-Sullivan family members. 6 boxes.

AccessBy prior appointment.

A descriptive list is available for consultation in UCD Archives.

Produced for consultation in microform.


Repository NameUCD Archives
AddressJames Joyce Library UCD Belfield Dublin 4
EircodeD04 R7R0
Telephone(01) 716-7555
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