CollectionCurran Collection

Two letters to Constantine P. Curran from Mary Colum, April 1930.

Letters to Constantine P. Curran from Sylvia Beach, Harriet Weaver, Stanislaus Joyce, Paul Leon, Maria Jolas, J.F. Byrne and James O'Brien, no date.

Letter from Susan Mitchell to Constantine P. Curran, 1 January 1924.

Poem by Susan Mitchell ,'To the hermetic anthologists' signed by Helen Laird.

Typescript of poem by Susan Mitchell, 'I've no exotic deity' signed by Helen Laird.

Letter of George Moore to Nora [Murray Robinson] regarding 'what England stands for', 26 August 1916.

Letter of George Moore to Nora [Murray Robinson] regarding travel impressions, 10 June 19[?]

Letters of Hester Piatt to Constantine P Curran , 2 items May, July 1930.

Letter of Pamela Travers to Constantine P. Curran after death of Æ, 3 items July -August, 1935.

Letter to Helen [Laird Curran], written on the first night of Æ's Deirdre and signed by Maud Gonne, W.B. Yeats, the Fays and others.

Sketch book of Dora Sigerson, no date.

Letter of W. Kingslay Tarbey to Helen Laird Curran regarding 'Riders to the Sea', 17 April 1904.

Letter from Emily Lawless to [Clement King] Shorter, offering a story for the 'English Illustrated Magazine', 1 April [1905].

AccessThe materials in this collection are available by appointment only to research students, reaching staff and scholars. Research students should have a letter of recommendation from their supervisor.

A descriptive list for the Curran-Laird Collection is available here.

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.