Daniel O'Connell collection
- 1817 - 1975
- Majority of material found within 1817 - 1843
Scope and Contents
Includes letters of O'Connell and a resolution in his hand. Also includes publications and an engraving of O'Connell. There is also a membership card of the Loyal National Repeal Association of Ireland.
- O'Connell, Daniel, 1775-1847 (Person)
Restrictions on access
Collection is open for research.
Restrictions on use
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Irish politician. Daniel O'Connell was born in County Kerry and educated in France. He was admitted to the bar and became a leader in the movement for Catholic emancipation. O'Connell was elected to Parliament, and in 1841 became lord mayor of Dublin. Known as "The Liberator" he fought for repeal of the union between Britain and Ireland.
.25 Linear Feet (1 container )
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of J. Harry Lynch and the Pearce Family in 1995.
- Daniel O'Connell Collection
- 1817-1975 (bulk 1817-1843)
- Marc Only
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