primarily of Terence MacSwiney but relating to a proposed book by Etienne Beuque
and a published biography by Moirin Chavasse, Terence MacSwiney (1961).
relating to the
Volunteers (191420) including correspondence, notes, circular
and printed matter; to Sinn Féin (190920) including correspondence
with P.S. OHegarty, handbills and pamphlets; to Dáil Éireann
(191920) including correspondence, notes, accounts and printed matter; to
his period as Lord Mayor of Cork (1920) including correspondence, speeches and
notebooks; and to his hunger-strike and death in Brixton Prison (1920) including
some letters from MacSwiney, press releases, obituaries and newspaper cuttings.
Photographs, poems and tributes to MacSwiney after his death and notebooks and
diaries written by members of his family (19201). Correspondence and accounts
of the Terence MacSwiney Memorial Fund (192135).
correspondence (18951920) and letters from Terence to his wife, Muriel,
while in prison (191618). Correspondence and notebooks concerning his work
at the Cork Municipal School of Commerce (191015). Correspondence relating
to the publication of his poetry and copies of plays and poems (190220).
Beuque: correspondence with Dorothy Macardle, Annie and
Mary MacSwiney, Florrie
ODonoghue and C.J. Harrington (192039). Notes and copies of MacSwineys
Moirin Chavasse: correspondence with Michael Browne,
Bishop of Galway, Major Wallace Dickie, Florrie ODonoghue, Daniel Corkery,
Dorothy Macardle, C.J. Harrington, J.J. OKelly, and P.S. OHegarty
(19509). Notes and statements by his contemporaries.
of his papers used by the biographers including typescript extracts from his diary
(1916) and copies of correspondence between him and P.S. OHegarty (19048).