|Richard Mulcahy Papers
This collection includes:
Letters to Mulcahy on political topics from Annie MacSwiney (relating to photographs of her brother and critical of Mulcahy's pro-Treaty stance (P7a/44)
Letter from Maud Gonne MacBride (undated), complaining of the treatment received by her son and other prisoners in Mountjoy Jail (P7a/173)
Letter from Máire MacSuibhne in Mountjoy, 4 November 1922, informing him that she is going on hunger strike for the Republican cause (P7a/179)
There is also a letter of November 1922 to Mrs Josephine (Min) Mulcahy (nee Ryan) from her sisters, appealing to her to use her influence to save the lives of Erskine Childers and Máire MacSuibhne (P7a/181)
Other correspondents on political matters include Lady Hazel Lavery relating to Major-General Sir William Brancker and Ireland (P7b/12)
See also references to Josephine Mulcahy under the section dealing with Mulcahy's term as Chairman of the Gaeltacht Commission (1925-1926) and Minister for Local Government and Public Health (1927-32) (P7b/72-73).
There is a considerable amount of material on Josephine (Min) Mulcahy, including:
See also references to Josephine Mulcahy under the section dealing with Mulcahy's term as Chairman of the Gaeltacht Commission and Minister for Local Government and Public Health (P7b/72-73), also the correspondence of Josephine Mulcahy and her sister, Nelly Ryan, and notes by Josephine Mulcahy on anonymous correspondence (P7c/13-15)
Other material relating to family and personal matters include a notebook of copies of letters from Mulcahy's sister 'Nell' to her nephew on family history, notes on Samuel and Maria Harris written by Sister Mary Angela of the Sacred Heart (P7b/4), letters, printed matter and notes including a 'League of Prayer Bulletin' featuring Sister S M Angela (P7b/10), also draft letters from Mulcahy to Mother de Pazzi (P7b/10), condolences to Mulcahy on Sr Angela's death, correspondence with Sr Teresita, Mercy College, Passage West, County Cork, on personal and family matters (P7c/1-12), letters from Alice Stopford Green, Mollie Colum, Maud Griffith to Sr Angela acknowledging her condolences on Arthur Griffith's death, and Fr James Kelly in Australia to Nelly Ryan on the Treaty, together with letter from Hugh and Emily Jackson to Jenny and Lizzie Harris-Slattery (P7c/13-15).
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A descriptive list for this collection is available here.
|James Joyce Library UCD Belfield Dublin 4
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