Anna Pilz & Whitney Standlee, Network Team In the papers of Katharine Tynan Hinkson held at the John Rylands Library in Manchester is a strongly worded letter from 1902 that attests to the difficulties that tend to assail the editors of volumes of literature….
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We’re looking forward to @emshorgan24 presenting Tuesday 6 Dec at 18:00 on “Pauline Henley and Kathleen Boland - The Great Women behind the Great Men.” Info + Link to register: http://rb.gy/figymn @Irish_Archives @UCCLibrary @UCCHistory @EnglishUCC @IWWNetwork https://twitter.com/UniOfGalwayASC/status/1599780066866581504
Great programme of speakers lined up for this free webinar: "The Decade of Commemoration: Sources & Legacies" from @Irish_Archives Tues 6 Dec, 6pm. Full programme & registration here https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/the-decade-of-commemoration-sources-legacies-tickets-473857218697
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Staff busy working @NARIreland today preparing and checking transferred records. The annual media preview is next week! These records will then be on public release in January 2023. @DeptCulturelRL