CollectionCurran Collection

151: Weaver, Harriet, letter to C.P. Curran discussing the proposed treatment to cure Lucia Joyce, no date.

152: Weaver, Harriet, letter to C.P. Curran asking for a subscription to the Chaucer alphabet with initial letters by Lucia Joyce. Lucia has returned to France and is unwell. [Giorgio] has glandular trouble, 11 June 1936.

153: Weaver, Harriet, letter to C.P. Curran asking advice as to where to bequeath the manuscripts of A Portrait of the Artist and Finnegan's Wake, 17 February 1941.

154: Weaver, Harriet, letter to C.P. Curran. She has bequeathed the [Joyce] manuscripts to the 'Dublin National Library'. She discusses in detail the monetary problems of the Joyce family following Joyce's death and their move to Switzerland, 17 April 1941.

155: Weaver, Harriet, letter to C.P. Curran discussing the Joyce family problems, including that of Lucia who is still in France, but must leave by order of the Vichy government, 1 August 1941.

156: Weaver, Harriet, letter to C.P. Curran describing the project for an edition of Joyce's letters, asking Curran if he would consider providing transcripts of letters in his possession, also asking who else to contact. Mrs Joyce's situation has improved and Lucia is no better, 13 October 1947.

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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.