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Guide to the Archives of Irish America Pamphlet Collection AIA.047

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Collection processed by Rebecca Altermatt

This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on September 11, 2019
Description is in English using Describing Archives: A Content Standard

 Record updated by Rachel Searcy to reflect 2019 accretion  , September 2019

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Archives of Irish America
Title: Archives of Irish America Pamphlet Collection
Dates [inclusive]: 1843-1992
Abstract: The materials in this collection were collected, purchased, and assembled by the staff of the Archives of Irish America and various donors in an attempt to document the variety of pamphlets produced by and for the Irish American community. The collection includes pamphlets, leaflets, and booklets concerning socialism, labor relations, Irish immigration, Irish republicanism, England's relationship with Ireland, and conflict in Northern Ireland, with specific emphasis on deportation cases, the 1981 hunger strikes, and British military practices. Major writers represented include Éamon de Valera, James Connolly, Sean O'Casey, Gerald O'Reilly, Bobby Sands, and Francis Sheehy-Skeffington.
Quantity: 2.5 Linear Feet in 2 record cartons and 1 manuscript box
Location: Materials are stored offsite and advance notice is required for use. Please request materials at least two business days prior to your research visit to coordinate access.
Language: Materials primarily in English, with some publications in Irish.
Call Phrase: AIA.047

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Historical Note

The materials in this collection were collected, purchased, and assembled by the staff of the Archives of Irish America and various donors in an attempt to document the variety of pamphlets produced by and for the Irish American community.

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Scope and Contents

The Archives of Irish America Pamphlet Collection is an intentionally assembled collection of various pamphlets, leaflets, and booklets published by and for the Irish American community. The pamphlets date from as early as 1843 and provide social and political commentary on activities in Ireland and America. Topics include socialism, labor relations, Irish immigration, Irish republicanism, England's relationship with Ireland, and conflict in Northern Ireland, with specific emphasis on deportation cases, the 1981 hunger strikes, and British military practices. Major writers represented include Éamon de Valera, James Connolly, Sean O'Casey, Gerald O'Reilly, Bobby Sands, and Francis Sheehy-Skeffington. Of note is a copy of An Smaointeori, the magazine for the Gaelic League of the State of New York, signed by Irish republican and Sinn Féin politician Liam Mellows.

Arrangement

Pamphlets are arranged into two series: Series I. General Collection, 1843-1992; Series II. Ernie O'Malley Pamphlet Collection, 1903-1924. Pamphlets are organized alphabetically by title.

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Access Points

Subject Names

  • McAliskey, Bernadette Devlin, 1947-
  • Connolly, James, 1868-1916
  • Goulding, Cathal, 1922-1998
  • Larkin, James, 1876-1947
  • O'Reilly, Gerald, 1903-1990
  • O'Casey, Sean, 1880-1964
  • De Valera, Eamon, 1882-1975
  • AE, 1867-1935
  • Sands, Bobby, d. 1981
  • Doherty, Joseph Patrick, 1955-
  • Sheehy-Skeffington, Francis, 1878-1916
  • Gralton, Jimmy, 1886-1945
  • Russell, George William, 1867-1935

Document Type

  • Poems.
  • Pamphlets.

Subject Organizations

  • Cork Workers' Club
  • Socialist Labor Party
  • Irish Republican Army
  • Irish Northern Aid Committee
  • Dail Eireann
  • Irish Transport and General Workers' Union

Subject Topics

  • Bloody Sunday, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1972.
  • Socialism -- Ireland.
  • Emigration and immigration law -- United States.
  • Hunger strikes -- Northern Ireland.
  • Peace movements -- Northern Ireland.
  • Violence -- Northern Ireland.
  • Human rights -- Ireland.
  • Socialism.
  • Prisoners' writings, Irish.

Subject Places

  • Northern Ireland -- History -- 1969-1994.
  • Ireland -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
  • Ireland -- History -- 20th century.

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Administrative Information

Custodial History

Received from and purchased by Archives of Irish America staff and numerous donors in multiple installments, beginning in 1996. Some of the pamphlets were removed from manuscripts collections, most notably from the Cormac K.H. O'Malley Papers and Ernie O'Malley Papers, and transferred to this collection to facilitate access. The accession number associated with materials separated from the Cormac K.H. O'Malley Papers is 2000.025 and the accession number associated with the materials separated from the Ernie O'Malley Papers is 2010.092. The accession number for the 2019 accretion is 2019.105.

Conditions Governing Access

Open for research without restrictions.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright of the items in the collection are either held by their creators or in the public domain, depending on publication date, publication country, and whether or not the work was registered with a copyright notice. Users need not secure permission from the Tamiment library to publish or reproduce materials in this collection in the public domain; permission to publish or reproduce materials to which original creators hold copyright must be secured from the copyright holder. Please contact the Tamiment Library for assistance with contacting donor.

Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Identification of item, date; Collection name; Collection number; box number; folder number; Archives of Irish America, Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, New York University.

Related Material at the Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives

  1. George Harrison Papers AIA 009
  2. Archives of Irish America Vertical Files Collection AIA 013
  3. Irish Republicanism Collection AIA 022
  4. Patrick Daughton Papers AIA 055
  5. Ernie O'Malley Papers AIA 060

Processing Information Note

Materials were placed in new acid-free folders and boxes. Subsequent additions to the collection have been interfiled into existing alphabetical arrangement scheme. Box numbering is not necessarily sequential because of multiple accretions to the collection. An accretion was added to the collection in 2019; these pamphlets were intellectually integrated into the collection in alphabetical order.

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Container List

General Collection, 1843-1992

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 1913: Jim Larkin and the Dublin Lock-out. Workers' Union of Ireland, Dublin.
May 1964
Box: 1 1934 Republican Congress by George Gilmore. Inscribed "Gerald O'Reilly with best wishes George Gilmore"
1934
Box: 1 The AFL-CIO and Justice in Northern Ireland. Irish Northern Aid Committee. San Francisco
1971
Box: 1 American Citizens Imprisoned in Ireland: Message from the President of the United States. James K. Polk, House of Representatives. Washington, D.C.
Dec 27, 1948
Box: 1 The American Irish. American Irish Awareness Committee, Incorporated. Stony Point, NY.
1987, 1990
Box: 1 The American Way to Ireland. (Tourist Map) Irish Emigrant Society. New York.
undated
Box: 1 An Alleged First Census of the American People. Michael J. O'Brien, LLD. American Irish Historical Society. New York.
1930
Box: 3 Folder : 1 An Address From the Army Council of the Irish Republican Army to the Men and Women of the Orange Order."
1932
Box: 1 An Appreciation of Padric H. Pearse, First President of the Irish Republic. William G. O'Farrell, Chas. F. Connolly, Union Label Printer. New York.
undated
Box: 1 The Axe to the Root and Old Wine in New Bottles. James Connolly. Repsol Pamphlet No. 14. Dublin.
undated
Box: 1 The Banks. Introduction by Eamonn Smullen. Studies in Political Economy. Research Section, Department of Economic Affairs. Repsol Publications/Sinn Fein The Workers' Party. Dublin.
1976
Box: 1 Being Young in West Belfast. The Workers Party Republican Clubs. Belfast.
1976
Box: 3 Folder : 2 Belfast Politics. United Irish Reprints No. 4, Athol Books
1974
Box: 1 Bernadette Devlin McAliskey on the Irish Freedom Struggle. Pathfinder Press. New York.
1982
Box: 1 The Best of Times: Reminiscences. John Grimes
1989
Box: 1 Birth and Growth of the Transport Workers Union: The Straight Story of How a Dedicated Few Realized Their Dreams and Built a Powerful Union. Gerald O'Reilly.
undated
Box: 1 Britain's War Machine in Ireland. Maurice Burke, SMA. Irish American Defense Fund. New York
circa 1985
Box: 1 Britain's War Machine in Ireland. Maurice Burke, SMA. Oisin Publications. New York
1987
Box: 1 British Army Terror Tactics, West Belfast, September-October 1976. Father Brian Brady, Father Denis Faul, and Father Raymond Murray. Dungannon, Tyrone
circa 1977
Box: 1 British Government Violations of Human Rights in N. Ireland: A Study of an Attempted Military Solution to a Polical Problem. Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association. Belfast
undated
Box: 1 British Imperialism in Ireland. Being a Digest of a Lecture Delivered in U.S.A. in 1926. Hanna Sheehy Skeffington. Clo Na Saoirse. Dublin
1926
Box: 3 Folder : 3 British Troops Must Go. United Irishman, Dublin
1962
Box: 1 Burntollet. Bowes Egan and Vincent McCormack. LRS Publishers. London
1969
Box: 3 Folder : 4 (Mixed Materials)
Box: 1 The Case Against the Common Market: Why Ireland Should Not Join. Assessment 2. Republican Publications. Dublin
1967
Box: 1 The Case for Irish-American Unity. Terence O'Donnell.  Catholicism and the Crisis. Justice Frank Murphy. American Council on Public Affairs. Washington, D.C.
undated
Box: 1 Challenge of Socialism. Professor Benjamin Farrington. Review. Dublin
circa 1947
Box: 1 Charter, Constitution, By-Laws, Officers, Committees, Roll of Members. Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick in the City of New York
1922
Box: 1 The Cause of Ireland and Adopted Citizens. The Record of J.T. Hoffman. His Views on Fenianism ... His Message to the Common Council Relative to the Rights of Adopted Citizens, dated Nov. 30, 1867. [New York]
1867
Box: 1 The Connolly DeLeon Controversy. On Wages, Marriage and the Church. Cork Worker's Club. Belfast
1904
Box: 1 The Connolly-Walker Controversy. On Socialist Unity in Ireland. Cork Workers Club. Historical Reprints No. 9. Cork
Nov 1974
Box: 1 The Connolly-Walker Controversy. On Socialist Unity in Ireland. Cork Worker's Club. Belfast
1911
Box: 1 Convict No. 50945: Jim Larkin Irish Labour Leader. Cork Worker's Club. Belfast
1923, reprint 1975
Box: 1 The Crunch Has Come. Frankie O'Brien. Boulevard Offset Co. Baltimore, Maryland
Mar 1981
Box: 1 Culture and Revolution in Ireland. Eoin O' Murchu. Repsol Pamphlet. Republican Education Department. Dublin
1971
Box: 3 Folder : 5 (Mixed Materials)
Box: 1 Daniel O'Connell The Irish Patriot. Wendell Phillips. Lee and Shepherd Publishers. Boston
1884
Box: 1 De-Americanizing Young America: Poisoning the Sources of our National History and Traditions by Edward F. McSweeney. Boston
Apr 1920
Box: 1 A Decade of Deceit: A Detailed Look at the New York Times and The War in Ireland. Irish Northern Aid. New York
1981
Box: 3 Folder : 6 Direct Rule: Civil Rights Not Civil War." Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association
circa 1972
Box: 1 Driftnetting of Salmon in Ireland: Allegations and Truth. National Fishermen's Defence Association
1974
Box: 1 The Economics of Ireland and the Policy of the British Government. George W. Russell ("AE"). Freeman Pamphlets. R.W. Huebsch, Inc. New York.
1920
Box: 1 The EEC: An Alternative. Repsol Pamphlet No. 7, Dublin
1971
Box: 1 The EEC: Ireland and the Making of a Superpower. Anthony Coughlan. Irish Sovereignty Movement. Dublin
May 1979
Box: 3 Folder : 7 Eire: The New Constitution, The Citizen's Manual
1938
Box: 1 Eire Nua. Ruairi O'Bradaigh and Sean Mac Stiofain. Elo Press Ltd. Dublin
Jun 28, 1972
Box: 1 Eire Nua: The Social and Economic Programme of Sinn Fein. Dublin
1971
Box: 1 Erin: Her Sisters, Her Nurse and Her Doctors. Rev. Robert Shapland Carew Blacker. William Ridgway, London
1881
Box: 1 Erin's Hope: The End and the Means and  The New Evangel. James Connolly. New Books Publications. Dublin
1968
Box: 1 The Empire Strikes Back: The Taking of Joe Doherty. James T. Kelly, Fordham Law Review, Vol. LXI, No. 2. New York
Nov 1992
Box: 1 England, Germany, and the Irish Question by an English Catholic. Hodder and Stoughton. New York (2 copies)
1917
Box: 1 English Atrocities in Ireland; a Compilation of Facts from Court and Press Records. Katherine Hughes. Friends of Irish Freedom, Inc. New York
1920
Box: 3 Folder : 9 Fellowship. Fellowship of Reconciliation
1961
Box: 1 Fireside Songs, nos. 6-8. Walton's Musical Instrument Galleries. Dublin
undated
Box: 1 Focus: The Irish Question. M. Gearoid Baireid and Liam O' Murchadha. Eire Nua, Inc. Hillside, New Jersey
Mar 1974
Box: 1 For or Against the Ranchers?: Irish Working Farmers in the Economic War Peadar O'Donnell. Mayo News, Westport
1911
Box: 3 Folder : 8 The Foundation of the Republic of Ireland in the Vote of the People"
circa 1919
Box: 1 Free and Gaelic: Pearse's Idea of a National Culture by Sean Patrick Walsh. Coiste Chomoradh an Phiarsaigh. Dublin (In English and Irish)
Jun 1979
Box: 1 Freedom Stuggle by the Provisional I.R.A. Irish Northern Aid. New York
1974
Box: 1 Freedom's Road for Irish Works. "Ronald." Cork Worker's Club. Belfast
1917, reprinted 1975
Box: 1 The Gralton Affair: The Story of the Deportation of Jim Gralton a Leitrim Socialist in 1933. Pat Feeley. Coolock Free Press. Dublin
1986
Box: 1 The Great Irish Oil and Gas Robbery: A Case Study of Monopoly Capital. Research Section. Department of Economic Affairs, Repsol Publications/Sinn Fein The Workers' Party. Dublin (see Poster in AIA 055)
1977
Box: 1 A Handbook of Republican Relations. National Book Service. Dublin
undated
Box: 1 H Block: The British Government's Treatment of Irish Political Prisoners. By H-Block Information Centre. Belfast
1978
Box: 1 H-Block and its Background. Denis Faul and Raymond Murray. Published in: Doctrine and Life. Dublin
1980
Box: 1 The H Blocks: An Indictment of British Prison Policy in the North of Ireland. Information on Ireland. London
1981
Box: 1 Health Care: The Case for Socialist Medical Care. Dr. John McManus. Repsol/Sinn Fein-The Workers' Party Publication. Dublin
1977
Box: 1 Historical Basis of Socialism in Ireland. Thomas Brady. Socialist Labor Party. New York
1921
Box: 1 The Historical Basis of Socialism in Ireland. Thomas Brady. Cork Workers Club Historical Reprints No. 8. Cork
Nov 1974
Box: 2 History of Ireland (unfinished). Frederick Engels. Irish Worker's Group. London
1965, reprinted 1966
Box: 1 The Hooded Men: British Torture in Ireland, August-October 1971. Father Denis Faul and Father Raymond Murray. Dungannon, Tyrone
1974
Box: 1 The Hunger Strike and the Final Struggle. Seamus Proinsias Metress. Center for Irish American Studies. Toledo, OH (2 copies)
1983
Box: 1 I gCuis na hEireann" / In the Cause of Ireland. Speech by Cathal Goulding, Bodenstown. Irish Republican Clubs, U.S.A and Canada.
Jun 1975
Box: 1 Immigrating USA: A Guide for Irish Immigrants. New York: Project Irish Outreach, Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of New York
circa 1987
Box: 3 Folder : 11 In Memorium Sean Sabat and Feargal O' hAnnluain
1957
Box: 1 India and Ireland. Eamon DeValera. Friends of Freedom for India. New York
1920
Box: 1 The Indictment. Hon. Daniel F. Cohalan. Friends of Irish Freedom. New York
Jul 1919
Box: 1 "Inside the IRA: Interviews with Cathal Goulding, Chief of Staff, IRA". Recon, Vol. III, No. 1
Jan 1975
Box: 1 International Obligations and the Irish Question. Sean O'Cionnaith. Reposl Pamphlet No. 18. Dublin
undated
Box: 1 Ireland and British Misrule: Lloyd George's Insincerity. Friends of Irish Freedom National Bureau of Information. Washington, D.C.
1920
Box: 1 Ireland and the Irish in the U.S.A. James Larkin. Transport Workers Union of America, C.I.O. New York. (2 copies)
1947
Box: 1 Ireland and the Socialist Countries Text of speech delivered by Sean Garland, General Secretary The Workers' Party to a meeting of Party members in Dublin
Jan 1986
Box: 1 Ireland and the War. Speeches delivered by John E. Redmon, M.P. (Leader of the Irish Party), at Dublin and Kilkenny, on September 25th and October 18th, 1914. Reprinted from  Freeman's Journal.
1914
Box: 1 Ireland in Rebellion: Including Interviews with Cathal Goudling, Chief of Staff, Irish Republican Army, and Tomas Mac Giolla. President, Sinn Fein. Gerry Foley. Pathfinder Press. New York
1971
Box: 1 Ireland: The Socialist Answer. Worker's Ireland Pamphlet. London
circa 1990
Box: 1 Ireland Upon the Dissecting Table: James Connolly on Ulster and Partition. Cork Workers Club Historical Reprints No. 11. Cork
May 1975
Box: 1 Ireland's Fight for Freedom and the Irish in the U.S.A. Sean Murray. Workers Library Publishers. New York. (2 copies)
Jun 1934
Box: 1 Ireland's Fight for Freedom and the Irish in the U.S.A. Sean Murray. Workers Library Publishers. New York
1934
Box: 1 Ireland's Path to Freedom: Manifest of the Communist Party of Ireland. Sean Murray. Workers Library Publishers. New York
1934
Box: 3 Folder : 12 Ireland's Right to Sovereignty, Independence, and Unity is Inalienable and Indefeasible. Sean MacBride
circa 1980s
Box: 1 Ireland's Way Forward: Report of the Irish Communist Conference. W. H. M'Cullough. Belfast
Oct 1942
Box: 1 The Irish Answer
1984
Box: 1 The Irish Case for Communism. Sean Murray. Workers Library Publishers. New York (4 copies)
1934
Box: 1 The Irish Question. John Leslie. Cork Workers Club Historical Reprints No. 7. Cork
Oct 1974
Box: 1 The Irish Question. V.I. Lenin. Repsol Pulications. Dublin
undated
Box: 1 The Irish Question: Federation or Succession. F. S. Oliver. Civil Service Printing Co. New York
undated
Box: 1 The Irish Republican Congress. George Gilmore. United Irish Republican Committee of the U.S. New York
1935
Box: 1 The Irish Republican Congress by George Gilmore. Cork Workers Club Historical Reprints No. 4. Cork.
Aug 1974
Box: 3 Folder : 13 The Irish Republican Digest
1965
Box: 1 The Irish Revolt: 1916 and After. Sean Murry. Community Party of Great Britain. London
undated
Box: 1 Irish Women Speak. Women for Irish Freedom. New York
1973
Box: 1 Irish Workers' Road to Freedom: Manifest of the Irish Workers' League. Executive Committee of the Irish Worker's League. Dublin
June 1949
Box: 1 I Speak to Catholics: A Priest raises his Voice for Spain. Father Michael O'Flanagan. Irish American Education League, San Francisco
1938
Box: 1 Is Southern Ireland a Neo-Colony? Kieran Allen. Bookmarks. Dublin
1990
Box: 1 James Connolly and Irish Freedom: A Marxist Analysis. G. Schuller. Cork Workers Club Historical Reprints No. 1. Cork
1974
Box: 1 James Connolly and Irish Freedom: A Marxist Analysis. G. Schuller. Cork Worker's Club. Cork, Ireland (originally published in 1926)
1976
Box: 1 The James Connolly Songbook. Cork Workers Club, Cork
Oct 1972
Box: 1 "Jim" Connolly and Irish Freedom. G. Schuller. Daily Worker Publishing Company. Little Red Library No. 11. Chicago
circa 1926
Box: 1 John Joe McGirl, The Gentle Soldier: Memorial. Friends of County Leitrim. Reprinted, United States
1991
Box: 3 Folder : 10 Justice Denied: A Challenge to Lord Widgery's Report on 'Bloody Sunday'. Samuel Dash. Defense and Education Fund of the International League for the Rights of Man
1972
Box: 1 Kilmainham: The Bastille of Ireland. Kilmainham Jail Restoration Society
1970
Box: 1 Labor, Nationality and Religion. James Connolly. James Connolly Socialist Club. New York
1918
Box: 1 The Labour Party and Ireland: Northern Options. Irish Workers Organisation (Clann na hEireann); Birmingham, London
undated
Box: 1 Labour and the Republican Movement. George Gilmore. Repsol Pamphlet. Dublin
undated
Box: 1 Labour Nationality and Religion. James Connolly. Irish Transport and General Workers' Union. Dublin
1935
Box: 1 The Leggings and The Bandoliers: A Poem. Charlie Gimore. Repsol Publications. Dublin
1976
Box: 1 Lenin on Ireland. New Books Publications. Dublin
1974
Box: 1 Let the Nation Stand. Padraig Yeates. Repsol Pamphlet Number 15. Republican Education Department. Dublin
1974
Box: 1 Liberty or Slavery? Daniel O'Connell on American Slavery. Reply to O'Connell by Hon. S.P. Chase. Committee of the Friends of Liberty, Ireland, and Repeal. Cicinnatti, OH
1843
Box: 1 Lost Liberties: The Offences Against the State Act . Elo Press. Dublin
Mar 1972
Box: 1 Manifesto of Leaders of the Intellectual Life of Great Britain on Ireland and Report of the British Labor Commission to Ireland. The World Tomorrow. New York
1920
Box: 1 Manifesto of the Socialist Party of Ireland with Declaration of Principles
1949
Box: 2 Marx and the Irish Question. Sean Cronin. Repsol Publications. Dublin
1977
Box: 2 Marx, Engels and Lenin on Ireland. Ralph Fox. International Publishers. New York
1940
Box: 2 Marx, Engels and Lenin on the Irish Revolution. Ralph Fox. Cork Workers Club Historical Reprints No. 3. Cork
Aug 1974
Box: 2 Massacre at Derry. Civil Rights Association. New York
undated
Box: 3 Folder : 13 (Mixed Materials)
Box: 3 Folder : 14 The Murder of James Crossan. United Irishman, Dublin.
circa 1958
Box: 2 The New Evangel. James Connolly. Socialist Party of Ireland. Dublin;  The Rights of Ireland and  The Faith of Felon. James Fintan Lawlor. 1848. Socialist Party of Ireland. Dublin. Reprinted from the  Irish Felon. (Poor condition - use photocopies)
circa 1948
Box: 2 New Ireland Forum: Report. The Stationery Office. Dublin
1984
Box: 2 News Letter of the Friends of the Irish Freedmon National Bureau of Information. Terrence McSwiney and Patrick Henry. Vol II, Nos. 7, 10. Washington, D.C.
Sep 4, 1920
Box: 2 Northern Ireland: Facts at your Fingertips. Northern Ireland Information Service, Belfast
Jun 1975
Box: 2 Northern Ireland: Finance and the Economy. Northern Ireland Office, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London
1974
Box: 2 Northern Ireland: From Civil Rights to Armed Struggle. Russell Stetler. New England Free Press
1970
Box: 2 Northern Ireland. Reference Division. Central Office of Information, London
May 1975
Box: 3 Folder : 15 Northern Ireland -- The Mailed Fist: A Record of Army and Police Brutality from Aug 9-Nov 9, 1971
1972
Box: 2 O'Connor's Blackmail Mission Exposed. Sinn Fein League of America.
1909
Box: 3 Folder : 16 Olaig na hEireann. Republican Information Bureau, Dublin
1932
Box: 2 O'Neills Pocket Guide to Irish New York. O'Neill's Five Points Press. New York (2 copies)
1983
Box: 2 Owen Wister: Advocate of Racial Hatred. An Unpatriotic American Who Seeks to Destroy American Traditions. Danield T. O'Connell. Friends of Irish Freedom National Bureau of Information. Washington, D.C.
May 1920
Box: 2 Pages from History on Irish-Soviet Relations. Michael O'Riordan, General Secretary, Communist Party of Ireland. New Book Publications. Dublin
1977
Box: 3 Folder : 17 The Partition of Ireland: How Britain is Responsible. Henry Harrison. Robert Hale Limited, London
1939
Box: 2 The Partition of Ireland: How and Why it was Accomplished. David O'Neill. M.H. Gill and Son, Ltd. Dublin
1947
Box: 2 Patrick Ford of the Irish World. Rev. John Talbot Smith
undated
Box: 2 The Planting of the Seed: An Account of the Founding of the Irish Transport and General Worker's Union and the Role it Played in the Period Up to the Rising in 1916. Cathal O'Shannon. National Executive Council of the Irish Transport and General Worker's Union. Dublin
1966
Box: 2 Poems of the Irish Republic. Peter Golden.
undated
Box: 2 Police Persecution of Patriot Family. United Irish Republicans. Bronx, NY
circa 1940
Box: 2 Prelude to Freedom 1916-1966 50th Anniversary Review. Irish Art Publications, Ltd., Dublin
1966
Box: 2 Prison Poems. Bobby Sands. Dublin: Sinn Fein Publicity Department
1981
Box: 2 Problems of the Irish Revolution: Can the IRA Meet the Challenge? Gerry Foley. Pathfinder Press. New York
1972
Box: 2 The Provisionals: Agents or Dupes of Imperialism. An Analysis. Irish Republican Clubs of USA-Canada. Woodside, NY
1975
Box: 2 The Public Sector and the Profit Makers: The Case for State Workers. Repsol Pamphlet No. 19. Research Section Department of Economic Affairs, Sinn Fein, Dublin
1975
Box: 2 The Public Sector and the Profit Makers. Studies in Political Economy No. 2. Repsol Publications. Dublin
1976
Box: 2 The Reality of the Anglo-Irish Wars 1920-21 in West Cork. Refutations, Corrections and Comments on Liam Deasy's Towards Ireland Free. Tom Barry. Anvil Books. Dublin
1974
Box: 2 The Recognised Irish Republic. Wm. J. M. A. Maloney, M.D. Statesman Press. New York
circa 1920
Box: 2 The Re-Conquest of Ireland. James Connolly. New Books Pulications. Dublin and Belfast
1972
Box: 2 The Relevance of James Connolly in Ireland To-Day . George Gilmore. Dochas, Dublin
circa 1970
Box: 3 Folder : 18 The Republic of Ireland Vindicated. J.J. O'Kelly
1931
Box: 2 The Republican Tradition. Des O' Hagan. Repsol Pamphlet No. 16. Republican Education Department [Sinn Fein]. Dublin
1975
Box: 2 Republicanism Part 2, 1922-1966. Repsol Pamphlet No. 10. Republican Education Department. Dublin
1974
Box: 2 Revolutionary Movements of the Past. J. DeCourcy Ireland. Repsol Pamphlet No. 4. Republican Education Department. Dublin
1974
Box: 2 Revolutionary Warfare. James Connolly. New Books Publications. Dublin (2 copies)
1968
Box: 2 The Rights of Women in Ireland. Repsol Pamphlet No. 20., National Women's Committee. Sinn Fein. Dublin
1975
Box: 2 The Rise and Fall of Irish Anti-Semitism: The 1904 campaign by Pat Feeley and The Sinn Fein Tradition. Manus O'Riordan. Labour History Workshop
1984
Box: 2 Robert Emmet: An Address Delivered at an Emmett Commemoration in New York on March 9th, 1914. Patrick Pearse. Kilmainham Jail Historical Museum
1975
Box: 3 Folder : 19 The RUC: The Black and Blue Book
1975
Box: 2 Separatist Socialist Republican. Liam McMillen. Repsol Pamphlet No. 21. Republican Education Deparment [Sinn Fein], Dublin
undated
Box: 3 Folder : 20 Saor Eire: Indictment of Capitalism and Parliamentary Parties in Ireland. Fodhla Printing Company, Dublin
1931
Box: 2 Social and Economic Programme. Sinn Fein
undated
Box: 2 Songs and Ballads of '98. '98 Commemoration Association. [Wexford?]
1938
Box: 2 Speech from the Dock: On the Occasion of his Trial under the Defence of the Realm Act, in the Dublin Police Court in June, 1915. F. Sheehy Skeffington. Skeffington Memorial Committee. New York
1917
Box: 3 Folder : 21 Stepping Stones. Irish Book Bureau, Dublin
1939
Box: 2 The Story of Irish Labour. J.M. MacDonnell. National Labour Press, Ltd. London
circa 1920
Box: 2 The Story of Irish Labour. J.M. MacDonnell. Cork Workers Club Historical Reprints No. 10. Cork
Dec 1974
Box: 2 The Story of the Irish Citizen Army. Sean O'Casey. Oriole Chapbooks. Oriole Editions. New York
undated
Box: 2 They are Innocent!: The Story of the Irish Republican Prisoners. Gerald O'Reilly. Connolly Commemoration Committee. New York
1947
Box: 2 They Shoot Children: The Use of Rubber and Plastic Bullets in the North of Ireland. Information on Ireland. London
1982
Box: 2 A Trinity of Martyrs: Terence MacSwiney, Cathal Brugha, Austin Stack. Anniversary Lectures Delivered at Sinn Fein Headquarters by Sceilg. John Joseph O'Kelly. Irish Book Bureau, Dublin
1947
Box: 2 The Truth About Ireland in the Great War: An Analysis of Admiral Sims' Unfair Attack on the Irish People. Irish National Bureau, Washington, D.C.
1919
Box: 2 There's a Job to Do: A Statement of Policy. Northern Ireland Labour Party. Belfast
Mar 1952
Box: 3 Folder : 22 They Came in the Morning. Seamus O Tuathail
1972
Box: 2 This is the Answer: Labour Keeps Faith. Northern Ireland Labour Party. Belfast
Apr 1949
Box: 2 Tony O'Reilly's Last Game. Research Section. Department of Economic Afairs. Sinn Fein The Workers' Party. Repsol Publications. Dublin
1979
Box: 3 Folder : 23 Torture Trial in Belfast. John Hostettler
1958
Box: 2 Towards the Socialist Republic. Outline Policies of Sinn Fein. Dublin
undated
Box: 2 Ulster: The Future. Frank McManus. Jan Press. New York
Jun 1972
Box: 2 Undisguised Anglo-American Alliance. Celebration of "One Hundred Years of Peace" with England. A Skillfully [sic] Planned and Dangerous Attempt to Link the Two Nations Together - France and Germany, who Helped to Make this Country Free, to be Invited Only to Participate in English Festivities, and Russia, whose Action Foiled England's Plan to Break Up the Union, Wholly Ignored-Scheme to Anglicize the Schools-Wharton Barker's Emphatic Protest
1911
Box: 2 United States, Britain, Ireland: A Special Special Relationship. Leonard Brenner
circa 1972
Box: 2 The U.S.S.R. Through Irish Eyes (Being the Report of the Irish F.O.S.R. Delegation, August, 1930). Friends of Soviet Russia. Dublin
1930
Box: 2 The Wealth of the Cecils: Foundations of Political Power Stolen from English Taxpayers. Being Some Chapters from the Shame of the Peerage Hereto Unpublished in America. Henry William Fisher. Friends of Irish Freedom National Bureau of Information. Washington, D.C.
Jul 1920
Box: 2 The Woes of Ireland. Rev. A. M. Skelly, O. P. Seattle, WA
undated
Box: 2 The Workers Party: The Case for Devolved Government in Northern Ireland. Central Executive Committee. The Workers Party. Dublin and Belfast
1985
Box: 2 Workers' Party Wolfe Tone Commemoration Bodenstown. Oration: Cathal Goulding
Jun 1987
Box: 2 The Writings of Bobby Sands 1954-1981. Irish Northern Aid. New York
1981
Box: 3 Folder : 24 Individual Leaflets
circa 1920s-1980s

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Ernie O'Malley Pamphlet Collection, 1903-1924

Container 1     Title Date
Box: 2 The American Commission on Conditions in Ireland: Interim Report. Benjamin Franklin Bureau. Chicago
1921
Box: 2 An Smaointeori . Gaelic League of the State of New York
Nov 1919
Box: 2 Background of the Irish Republic. Miss Mary MacSwiney. Benjamin Franklin Bureau. Chicago
1920
Box: 2 The Constructive Work of Dail Eireann No. 1. The National Police and Courts of Justice. Talbot Press, Limited. Dublin
1921
Box: 2 The Constructive Work of Dail Eireann No. 2. I. THe Department of Agriculture and the Land Settlement Commission; II. The Commission of Inquiry into the Resources and Industries of Ireland; III. The Department of Trade and Commerce. Talbot Press, Limited. Dublin
1921
Box: 2 Dail Eireann
1919
Box: 2 Damaging Evidence Against English Hypocrisy. Two Dates, 1882-1814. Egypt and Belgium. Berlin
1915
Box: 2 The Economics of Ireland and the Policy of the British Government. George W. Russell ("AE"). B.W. Huebsch, Inc. New York
1920
Box: 2 English Atrocities in Ireland. A Compilation of Facts from Court and Press Records. Katherine Hughes. Friends of Irish Freedom. New York
circa 1920
Box: 2 Erin's Hope: The End and the Means. James Connolly. J.E.C. Donnelly. New York
circa 1914
Box: 2 Facts About Ireland for Consideration of American Citizens: Sinn Fein Means "Ourselves Alone." The Plea of Overtaxation. The Delegates of the Protestant Churches of Ireland. Belfast
undated
Box: 2 The Foundation of the Republic of Ireland in the Vote of the People. Results of the General Election of December, 1918: a National Plebiscite held under British Law and British Supervision. Eamon de Valera
1918
Box: 2 The Gaelic League and Politics. Dr. Dougland Hyde. Cahill and Co. Dublin
1914
Box: 2 The Gaelic State in the Past and Future or "The Crown of Nation." Darrell Figgis. Maunsel and Co., Ltd. Dublin
1917
Box: 2 Ghosts. P.H. Pearse. Whitely and Wright. Dublin
1915
Box: 2 Inner and Outer Ireland A.E. (George W. Russell). Talbot Press. Dublin (2 copies)
1921
Box: 2 Inner and Outer Ireland A.E. (George W. Russell.) Irish Press and Publicity Bureau. San Francisco
circa 1921
Box: 2 Ireland and the Empire at the Court of Conscience. A.E. (George W. Russell) The Talbot Press Limited. Dublin
1921
Box: 2 Ireland's Claim for Recognition as a Sovereign Independent State. Presented officially to the Government of the United States by Eamon De Valera, President of the Irish Republic. Irish Diplomatic Mission. Washington, D.C.
1920
Box: 2 Ireland's Declaration of Independence. Padraig Pierce (fragment)
undated
Box: 2 Ireland's Fight for Independence: Address of Miss Mary MacSwiney, February 7. All-American Bureau of Speakers for the Irish Republic. Chicago
1921
Box: 2 Ireland's Importance to the World. Lincoln Colcord, G.K. Chesterton The New Republic. Benjamin Franklin Bureau. Chicago (2 copies)
1921
Box: 2 Irish Bulletin vol. 3, nos. 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72. The Irish Diplomatic Mission. Washington, D.C.
1921
Box: 2 Irish Bulletin, vol. 4, nos. 36/37, 39, 45. Irish Diplomatic Mission. Washington, D.C.
1921
Box: 2 Irish Councils for Irish Freedom. Results of the County and Rural Council Elections in Ireland in June, 1920, under the Proportional Representation System of Voting. Benjamin Franklin Bureau. Chicago
1920
Box: 2 Irish Republican Army. Alice Stopford Green. Benjamin Franklin Bureau. Chicago
[1920]
Box: 2 Irish Socialist Republic. Holidays. Facts about Ireland for Consideration of American Citizens, How the Critics Received Robinson's Tristam, The Government of the Republic is the De Jure Government of Ireland. Propaganda Committee, Socialist Party of Ireland. Dublin
undated
Box: 2 Is there a Republic in Ireland? H.N. Brailsford. Reprinted from  The London Nation. The Protestant Friends of Ireland. New York
1919
Box: 2 The Lessons of the Irish History and the Gospel of Irish Nationalism. Dealing with Ireland's Ancient Glory, English Rule in Ireland, the Establishment of the Republic, and the Betrayal fo the "Treaty." American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic. New York
1924
Box: 2 Magna Charta or The Great Charter of King John, Granted June 15, A.D. 1915. Old South Leaflets. No. 5. [London?]
undated
Box: 2 The New Evangel Preached to Irish Toilers. State Monopoly versus Socialism. Socialist Party of Ireland. Dublin
undated
Box: 2 Prodigal Daughter: A Comedy in One Act. F. Sheehy Skeffington. The Co-Operative Press. New York
1917
Box: 2 The Recognised Irish Republic. Wm. J.M. A. Maloney, M.D. New York
circa 1920
Box: 2 Report on the Irish Situation. Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Laswon, K.C.B. Caledonian Press. London
1920
Box: 2 Republican Courts in Ireland. W.H. Brayden. Benjamin Franklin Bureau. Chicago
1920
Box: 2 The Rights of Ireland and The Faith of Felon, 1848. James Fintan Lawlor. 1848. Socialist Party of Ireland. Dublin
circa 1914
Box: 2 The Royal Visit. Irish Socialist Republican Party. Dublin (2 copies)
1903
Box: 2 The Struggle of the Irish People. Address to the Congress of the United States. Government Printing Office. Washington, D.C.
1921
Box: 2 Torture and Terror: 1. The Torture of Kevin Berry 2. The Torture of Thomas Hales 3. Frightfulness in Thurles 4. The Burning of Balbriggan. Benjamin Franklin Bureau. Chicago
1920
Box: 2 What's Wrong with Ireland? John Hampden Bright. Benjamin Franklin Bureau. Chicago
1920

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