Canon Patrick Power Collection
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An item from the Patrick Power Collection
UCD Library Special Collections holds the Canon Patrick Power Collection, which relates to Catholic Ireland and general Irish history of the 16th-19th centuries.
- This collection of books from the library of Canon Patrick Power contains rare and early editions from the 16th-19th centuries, relating to Catholic Ireland and general Irish history of that period.
- It was purchased in 1948 and funded by Arthur Cox in memory of his father, Dr Michael Cox. This is marked by a bookplate in each of the books.
Access and Use
- The material in this collection is available by appointment to students, teaching staff, and independent researchers. We also welcome interested members of the public.
- Please contact us at email@example.com for further information. To book an appointment click here.
Find material in the collection:
- Use The Library Catalogue to key in Patrick Power
- When you get a results screen select Special Collections from Location option in the left panel
Find information on Patrick Power in the Dictionary of Irish Biography (UCD only).