Identity Statement for Captain Daniel Mulvihill

  • Reference code: IE UCDA P64
  • Title: Papers of Captain Daniel Mulvihill
  • Dates: 1921–22
  • Level of description: Fonds
  • Extent: 1 box
  • Context
  • Content and Structure
  • Conditions of Access and Use

Biographical History

The IRA in Kerry was organised into three brigades. As County Liaision Officer, Captain Mulvihill was responsible for receiving reports from each of the brigades, acting as the means of communication with the IRA Chief Liaison Officer at GHQ in Dublin. During the period in question, between the Truce and the outbreak of Civil War, communications are mainly concerned with breaches of the Truce.

Archival History

This collection was deposited in UCD Archives on 27 October 1983 by Shane Mulvihill.

Scope and Content

Communications with local IRA brigades and battalions, the IRA Chief Liaison Officer in Dublin, and Royal Irish Constabulary county and district inspectors, mainly relating to IRA raids, to breaches of the Truce and to civilian claims for compensation.


  • Access: Available by appointment to holders of a UCD Archives reader's ticket. Produced for consultation in original format. Original material will be retrieved at 11am and 2pm only.
  • Language: English
  • Finding aid: Descriptive catalogue