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Dolmen Press



  • Existence: 1951 - 1987

Historical Note

The Dolmen Press was founded in 1951 by married couple Liam Miller and Josephine Browne Miller in Dublin, Ireland. It published and printed works by Sigerson Clifford, Richard Murphy, Austin Clarke, and Thomas Kinsella (such as an elaborate edition of his translation of The Táin), as well as a series of collected essays about W.B. Yeats called The Yeats Papers. It also printed programs, cards, bookplates, and invitations. The Press operated up until Liam Miller's death in 1987.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Boston College collection of Dolmen Press


The Boston College collection of Dolmen Press contains advertisements, broadsides, catalogs, correspondence, dummy books, ephemera, and manuscripts documenting the administration of the Dolmen Press, an Irish fine print publisher that was in operation from 1951-1987.

Restrictions on access

Collection is open for research.

Dates: 1950-1989, undated; Majority of material found within 1960 - 1980