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Albany Arts Centre, AAC (1980-1990) Irish weekend at the Albany. [Ephemera]

An Teach Irish Housing Association, ATHA (1988-1994) An Teach equal opportunities and anti-harrasment policies [sic]. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) APL Glasgow member's card. [Ephemera]

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) APL Membership application form signed by Patrick O'Sullivan. [Ephemera]

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Accepted invitations. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1938) The Anti-Partition of Ireland League. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1938) Circular letter from A. Havekin, Hon. Secretary, APL Manchester. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1938) Copies of this letter were sent to -. [Ephemera]

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Copy of circular letter for Hammersmith. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Copy of wire from Barry-Walsh to Einri O'Beirne, Jesus College Cambridge. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Croydon Branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Croydon Branch [names and addresses]. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Croydon Branch [names and addresses]. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Croydon Branch: Prospective Members. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Croydon branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Distributors of handbills. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1938) Draft constitution and rules. [Ephemera] (Submitted)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Draft for telegram from Barry-Walsh to Flanagan. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Draft for telegram from Barry-Walsh to Pakenham. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Flyer for the APL (Glasgow). [Pamphlet]

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Forest Gate Branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Forest Gate Branch: list of paid members. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Hackney Branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Hammersmith Branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (1939-1939) Highgate branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Hints for Forest Gate. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Inscription "Birmingham" on back of complimentary slip. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1938) Letter from A. Havekin, Hon. Secretary, Liverpool to P. J. Fitzgerald. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Letter from B. J. Earley to Mr Hickey. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (1938-1939) Letter from J. Moylan to Father Mallon. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Letter from Tomas O'Morain to T. J. Hickey. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (1938-1939) Letter from the Organising Secretary of the Anti-Partition of Ireland League to 'Jerry' (G B Viliesid). [Correspondence] (In Press)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List for Hackney District. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List for Highgate branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List for Southall Branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List for Southall branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List for the WImbledon Branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List of names for Wimbledon, Tooting, Earlesfield, Morden, Raynes Park, Merton, Kingston, Mitcham, New Malden branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List of Clapham members. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List of Paid Members (Clapham Branch). [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List of members for Hammersmith. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List of members of the Croydon Branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List of names and addresses. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List of names and addresses. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List of names and addresses. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (1938-1939) List of names for the WIllesden Branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List of names of the Willesden Branch of the APL. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) List of streets. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Manuscript list of names. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Members for the Clapham Branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Members of Highgate branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Memorandum on the formation of a volunteer force recruited from London Irishmen. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Memorandum to Mr G Allighan. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Message on an envelope to Barry Walsh. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Minutes of first meeting of Stamford Hill Branch of APL. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Note by Maurice James Craig, Magdalene College, Cambridge. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Notes on the Irish situation. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Notices for Croydon meeting. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Paid at Highgate and transferred to other branches. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1938) Paper with manuscript inscription "Oxford Branch". [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Paper with manuscript inscription 'Craig Cambridge'. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Paper with manuscript inscription 'Willesden'. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Paper with manuscript inscription 'Wimbledon'. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Personal invitation to inaugural meeting. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1938) Secretaries of Anti-Partition Groups. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Southall Branch inscription. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Stamford Hill Branch members list. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Stamford Hill Branch members list. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Statement of expenses and salary Organizer L'Pool area. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1938) Suggestions as to activities to be undertaken by the Anti-Partition by the Anti-Partition of Ireland League [sic]. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Telegram from Hickey, Hon Secretary to P. D. Carey. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1938) Telegram from Hickey, Hon. Sec. to Havekin. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) To an Taioseach, Eamonn De Valera. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1938) The anti-partition of Ireland League. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL and Hennessey, Desmond (c.1939) Anti-Partition of Ireland League, Hammersmith Branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL and Hennessey, Desmond (c.1939) Anti-Partition of Ireland League, Hammersmith Branch. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL and Hickey, Thomas (c.1939) Letter to Bill [William Reidy]. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Anti-Partition League, APL and Sheeny, T. J. M. (c.1939) Letter from T. J. M. Sheehy. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) Creative Clusters and City Growth. Creative industries journal. ISSN 1751-0694

Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) Healthier catering initiatives in London, UK: An effective tool for encouraging healthier consumption behaviour? Unknown. (Unpublished)

Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) Skills needs for regeneration professionals. Unknown. (Unpublished)

Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) Transnational Family Networks and Ethnic Minority Business Development: The Case of Vietnamese Nail-shops in the UK. Unknown. (Unpublished)

Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) UK Vietnamese Businesses: Cultural Influences and Intra-cultural Differences. Unknown. (Unpublished)

Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) The role of independent fast food outlets in obesogenic environments: a case study of East London in the UK. Unknown. (Unpublished)

Barrington, Clare (c.1997) Irish Women in England: an annotated bibliography (poster). [Ephemera]

Barry-Walsh, J. O. and Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Letter from J O Barry-Walsh to P O'Keefe. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Battersea and Wandsworth Irish Group, BWIG and Battersea Arts Centre, BAC (c.1986) The Irish Festival, Battersea Arts Centre, [1986]. [Ephemera]

Battersea and Wandsworth Irish Group, BWIG and Battersea Arts Centre, BAC (c.1987) Third Irish Festival, Battersea Arts Centre. [Ephemera]

Benevolent Society of St Patrick, BSSP (1900-1909) Apprentice certificate printing plate. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Birmingham Irish Community Forum, BICF (1999-2004) Being Irish in Birmingham. Birmingham Irish Community Forum. [Pamphlet]

Birmingham Irish Community Forum, BICF (1995-2010) Welcome to Birmingham's Irish Quarter. [Ephemera]

Bracey, Claire, Savage, James, Bennett, Karen L., Nah, Alice, Ingleton, Danna, Lodge, Barbara, Ichim, Irina and Evans, Matthew (n.d.) Research Workshop on the Protection of Human Rights Defenders. In: Research Workshop on the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, 15 - 17 May 2013, University of York. (Unpublished)

Brent Council, BC (1980-1999) Fáilte Éireann: two weeks of Irish events. [Ephemera]

Brent Council, BC (1977-1999) Lá Féile Sathairn: Irish Saturday at Harlesden Library. [Ephemera]

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (2000-2018) Are you interested in voluntary work? [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (1990-2010) BIAS Community Services. Responding to the needs of Irish children and families & Irish elders. [Pamphlet]

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (1990-2010) Brent Irish Advisory Service: working for the Irish community. [Pamphlet]

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (c.1990) Children and families social work service. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (2000-2018) Children and families social work service. Information leaflet. [Ephemera]

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (1990-2010) Friends of BIAS membership. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (2000-2018) General advice and information service. Information leaflet. [Ephemera]

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (2000-2018) General advice and information service. Information leaflet. [Ephemera]

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (2000-2018) Housing advice and support service. Information leaflet. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (c.1990) Irish in Britain directory: a comprehensive guide. Information leaflet. [Pamphlet]

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (1978-1990) Leaflet for the Benefit Dance at the Galtymore on 1 March. [Ephemera]

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (1978-1990) Leaflet of the Brent Irish Advisory Service Information Centre. [Ephemera]

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (c.1988) Reading list on Irish immigration. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (c.2001) Supporting our community across London. Pamphlet. [Pamphlet]

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (2000-2018) Transition to old age project. Information leaflet. [Ephemera]

Brent Irish Advisory Service, BIAS (1990-2010) Volunteer mentor role description. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Britain and Ireland Human Rights Centre, BIHRC (c.1995) Britain & Ireland Human Rights Centre. Information leaflet. [Pamphlet]

Britain and Ireland Human Rights Centre, BIHRC (c.1994) Britain & Ireland Human Rights Centre. Information leaflet. [Pamphlet]

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1985-1992) Application for membership. [Ephemera]

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1985-1994) BAIS Higher Education. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1990-1991) BAIS Higher Education Sub-Committee. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1987-1989) BAIS questionnaire. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1985-1989) British Association for Irish Studies. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1987-1989) British Association for Irish Studies. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1993-1999) British Association for Irish Studies constitution. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1984-1989) British Association for Irish Studies draft constitution. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1985-1994) British Association for Irish Studies lecture series. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1990-1999) British Association for Irish Studies standing orders. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1987-1990) British Association for Irish Studies: aims, origins, etc. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1986-1989) British Association for Irish Studies: constitution. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1990-1999) Executive Director's report to the Executive. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1990-1991) Executive Director's report to the Executive of BAIS. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1990-1991) Irish Language Subcommittee. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1990-1991) Third survey of Irish studies in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS (1990-2000) What the Association does. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS and Cairns, David (1987-1990) Incomplete minutes of a meeting. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

British Association for Irish Studies, BAIS, Edwards, Ruth Dudley and O'Hara, J. (1990-1991) Chairpeople's report. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Brixton Recreation Centre, BRC (1980-1999) Opening night invitation - art exhibition 'Ireland: the right to know'. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Carey Club, CC and London Irish Centre, LIC (1966-1975) Rules to the Carey Club. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Cavan Association, CA (1977-1982) Minutes book. 1977-1982. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Celtic and Irish Cultural Society, CICS (c.2000) Eighth annual Crawley Irish Festival. [Ephemera]

Clerkin, Máire, Clerkin, Angela and Clerkinworks, CiW (1996-1997) Big Sister (poster). [Ephemera]

Connolly Association, CA (2001-2005) Celtic art cards. [Ephemera]

Connolly Association, CA (1995-2005) Celtic roots. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA (1990-1999) 'Greetings / Beannachtaí' card. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA (1995-2005) The Irishmen: an impression of exile. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA (1990-1999) Leaflet 'Join the Connolly Association'. [Pamphlet] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA (2000-2000) Northampton Connolly Association 16, Winter no. 1, 2000. [Serial] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA (1990-1999) Northampton Connolly Association compliments slip. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA (1995-2005) Peace on Earth / Siocháin ar Talamh. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA (1995-2005) Political greeting cards: from rebels to revolutionaries. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA (1997-1998) Programme for Connolly Association London Branch lectures and meetings. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA (1995-2005) Selected short stories of Dónall MacAmhlaigh. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA (1990-1999) St Patrick's day greeting card. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA (1970-1979) The cause of Ireland: public meeting. [Ephemera]

Connolly Association, CA and Greaves, C. Desmond (1945-1959) Father Michael O'Flanagan, republican priest. [Pamphlet]

Connolly Association, CA and Greaves, C. Desmond (1989-1989) Theobald Wolfe Tone and the Irish nation, by C. Desmond Greaves. [Pamphlet] (Unpublished)

Connolly Association, CA and Irish Community Arts Project, ICAP (1995-2005) The Irish Community Arts Project. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA (1954-1969) Certified copy of resolutions. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA (1970-1970) Corkmen's Association newsletter, January 1970. [Serial] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA (1954-1969) Letter from Michael McLoughlin. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA (1954-1969) Letter from Mr S Lyons. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA (1954-1969) List of names and numbers. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA (1954-1969) List of people who have paid. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA (1972-1975) Minute book of the Cork County Association, 1972-1975. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA (1982-1983) Minute book of the Cork County Association, 1982-1983. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA (1954-1962) Minute book of the Corkmen's Association (later Cork County Association), 1954-1962. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA (1962-1966) Minute book of the Corkmen's Association (later Cork County Association), 1962-1966. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA (1966-1972) Minute book of the Corkmen's Association (later Cork County Association), 1966-1971. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Cork County Association, CCA, Donegal Association, DA and Hegarty, Cora (1954-1969) Letter from Cora Hegarty of the Donegal Association in London to Mr Hyde. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Council of Irish County Associations, CICA (1961-1963) Minute book. 1961-1963. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Council of Irish County Associations, CICA, London Irish Festival, LIF and Easton, Carole (1980-1989) The London Irish Festival Committee. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Cricklewood Community Play Association, CCPA (1992-1993) Community Play Co-ordinator job description. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Cricklewood Community Play Association, CCPA (1992-1993) Community Play Co-ordinator job description. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Cricklewood Community Play Association, CCPA (1992-1993) Outline of the role of the Community Play Co-ordinator. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Delaney Academy, DA (2000-2017) Delaney Academy of Irish dance (poster). [Ephemera]

Doyle, Martin (1910-1930) Portrait photograph of Martin Doyle. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Easton, Carole and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1995) Group portrait of nineteen people. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Easton, Carole and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1995) Group portrait with the Kilkenny Association banner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Fermanagh Association, FA and Council of Irish County Associations, CICA (1963-1970) Letter of recommendation for Miss Brown. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Fermanagh Association, FA and Council of Irish County Associations, CICA (1956-1963) Minutes book of the Fermanagh Association, 1956-1963. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Fermanagh Association, FA and Council of Irish County Associations, CICA (1963-1970) Minutes book of the Fermanagh Association, 1963-1970. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Fermanagh Association, FA and Council of Irish County Associations, CICA (1970-1974) Minutes book of the Fermanagh Association, 1970-1974. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Fermanagh Association, FA and Council of Irish County Associations, CICA (1974-1980) Minutes book of the Fermanagh Association, 1974-1980. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Fermanagh Association, FA and Council of Irish County Associations, CICA (1980-1987) Minutes book of the Fermanagh Association, 1980-1987. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Gaelic League Choir, London, GLCL (1960-1960) Photograph of the Gaelic League Choir, 1960. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Gaelic League Choir, London, GLCL (1960-1969) Programme '8th Ilford (Canon's own) Scout Group present a concert: the choir of the London Gaelic League'. [Pamphlet] (Unpublished)

Gaelic League Choir, London, GLCL (1963-1963) Programme for Oireachtas festival, 1963 (in Irish). [Pamphlet] (Unpublished)

Gaelic League of London, GLL (1948-1949) 1916 commemoration. [Pamphlet]

Gaelic League of London, GLL (1946-1955) Ceilidhe every Saturday night. [Ephemera]

Haringey Irish Centre, HIC (1995-1999) Fléadh: in aid of health concern for Irish people (poster). [Ephemera]

Haringey Irish Community Care Centre, HICCC (2000-2001) Haringey Irish Community Care Centre annual report 2000-2001. [Serial] (Unpublished)

Harrison, Gerry, Johnson, Marion, Camden Irish Forum, CIF and Camden New Journal, CNJ (1991-1999) Irish deserve equality. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Innisfree Housing Association, IHA (c.1989) The Irish experience of Mental Health. Report. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish Charitable Trust, ICT (c.1991) Re. Cardinal's visit. [Correspondence]

Irish Community Services, ICS (c.1985) Irish Christmas Festival. [Ephemera]

Irish County Associations, ICA (1971-1983) Minute book CICA. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA (1986-1995) The cheque presentation to Daniel O'Donnell. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA (1970-1979) A group of 18 people, some holding up cheques. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA and Galwaymen's Association, GAL (1960-1964) The Galwaymen's Association banner at a St Patrick's Day parade. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA and Galwaymen's Association, GAL (1960-1964) Part of a St Patrick's Day parade. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA and Galwaymen's Association, GAL (1960-1964) Part of a St Patrick's Day parade. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA and London Irish Festival, LIF (1976-1981) 'Blanket protest' during a London Irish Festival. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA and London Irish Festival, LIF (1970-1979) View of three man and a woman at a London Irish Festival. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA, London Irish Festival, LIF and McNally, Mel (1970-1979) View of a crowd at a London Irish Festival. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA, London Irish Festival, LIF and McNally, Mel (1970-1979) View of a festival crowd in the rain. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA and London Wexford Association, LWA (2001-2010) Business card of Michael Sills. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA and London Wexford Association, LWA (1980-1999) London Wexford Association coach outing ticket. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish County Associations, ICA and McNally, Mel (1970-1979) View of four men inside a marquee. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Irish Liaison Unit, ILU and Haringey Council, HC (c.1990) The social situation of Irish elderly in Haringey: a research report of the Irish Liaison Unit, Haringey Council. [Pamphlet]

Irish Literary Society, ILS (2017-2018) Irish Literary Society. Founded 1892. [Ephemera]

Irish Society, IS (1990-2000) Rileanna Rockin' (poster). [Ephemera]

Irish Studies Centre, ISC (1986-2017) Irish Studies Centre sign. [Ephemera]

Irish Studies Centre, ISC (c.1992) Return to learning course for Irish women. [Ephemera]

Irish Welfare Bureau, IWB (1980-1999) History of the Irish Welfare Bureau, Hammersmith. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish Welfare Bureau, IWB (c.1995) Irish Welfare Bureau information leaflet. [Pamphlet] (Unpublished)

Irish Youth Foundation, IYF (1995-1998) Working together for Irish children and young people in the UK. [Pamphlet]

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (c.1985) Charlotte Despard: Irish feminist in Victorian London. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (c.1986) A Christmas Crack, [1986]. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (1980-1989) Irish in Britain History Centre employment application form. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (1984-1986) Irish in Britain History Centre information leaflet. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (1980-1985) The Irish in Britain History Centre information leaflet. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (1975-1984) The Irish in Britain History Centre. [Pamphlet]

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (1980-1989) The Irish in Britain History Centre. [Pamphlet]

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (1980-1989) The Irish in Britain History Group advertisement flyer. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (1980-1989) Job description: Archivist/Historian. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (c.1985) 'Michael Davitt & the Liberals': lecture by John Dunleavy. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (1980-1989) Proposal for library development project. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (c.1986) Ticket for 'A Christmas Crack', [1986]. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (c.1985) Trade unionism and social change: the Irish contribution. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG (c.1986) The history of the Irish in Britain: a bibliography. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain History Group, IBHG and Parsons, Brian (1985-1989) Pamphlet on London's Irish community: some general points for consideration. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1990) 1916 Commemoration & Celebration. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (c.1987) Are you Irish? Have you heard of the British Nationality Act? [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (c.1985) Britain's role in the stripsearching of women. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (c.1994) Culture, confidence and peace: discussion and céilí. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1982-2002) Education Policy. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1981-1989) The Guildford and Woolwich public house bombings. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1990) 'The Irish Joke'. Fact sheet 6. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1990) Irish cultural activities: cultural and education paper. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1990-1995) Irish in Britain Representation Group (IBRG). [Pamphlet] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1989) Irish in Britain Representation Group flyer and membership application. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1990-1995) Irish in Britain Representation Group information leaflet. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1990) Irish in Britain Representation Group information sheet. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1990) Irish in Britain Representation Group information sheet and membership form. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (c.1984) LRC standing orders. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (c.1986) Leaflet. 'Irish joke' books battle still on. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (c.2000) Leaflet. Irish rights and Irish votes: the Irish community and the British general election. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1989) Northern Ireland policy. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1982-2002) Policy on anti-Irish racism. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1982-2002) Policy on anti-Irish racism. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1990) Policy on anti-Irish racism. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1989) Proposed amendments to constitution. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1990) Quotations... but who said them? [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1990) Racism, education and the Irish in Britain. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1981-1989) Trade unions and 'Northern Ireland'. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1990) The case of the Birmingham six. Fact sheet 1. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (c.1981) The origins of racism. Fact sheet 2. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (c.1985) The prevention of terrorism act. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (1980-1990) The seven aims. [Ephemera]

Irish in Britain Representation Group, IBRG (c.1984) A welfare group for Irish people. [Ephemera]

Irish in Greenwich Project, IGP (1990-1999) Age breakdown of Greenwich residents born in the Irish Republic. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Greenwich Project, IGP (1990-1999) Breakdown of Irish born residents in Greenwich by ward. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Greenwich Project, IGP (1980-1999) Irish Festival, West Greenwich House. [Ephemera]

Irish in Greenwich Project, IGP (1990-1999) The Irish in Greenwich Project advice & information service. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Irish in Greenwich Project, IGP (1980-1989) Report on the Irish in Greenwich Project. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Kelly, Jim and Wexford Association, WA (n.d.) Untitled (Portrait of two men). [Photograph]

Kildare Association, KA (1968-1989) Minute Book. 1968-1989. [Minutes]

Kildare Association, KA and Council of Irish County Associations, CICA (n.d.) Kildare Association coat of arms (poster). [Ephemera]

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1972-1973) Annual dinner dance. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) Gerry O'Flynn retirement evening. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) Group portrait after a formal dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) Group portrait at a formal dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) Group portrait at the Kilkenny Association stall. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Group portrait in a bar. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Group portrait in front of a marquee. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) Group portrait of three men. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) Group portrait with a trophy cup. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Group portrait with a trophy cup. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) Group portrait with trophies. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Group portrait with trophy cups. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) An Irish parade in Parliament Square, London. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) An Irish parade in Victoria Street, London. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1984-1999) An Irish parade in Victoria Street, London. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) An Irish parade in Victoria Street, London. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1994) Joe Dolan on stage. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1971-1979) Kilkenny Association Constitution. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) Kilkenny team. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1979) Presentation at a dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) Stalls at a festival. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) An outdoor festival. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1999) A presentation in front of the Kilkenny Association banner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK and Council of Irish County Associations, CICA (1980-1999) D/D raffle 150. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK and Council of Irish County Associations, CICA (1993-1994) Handwritten notes of Kilkenny Association finances. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Kilkenny Association, KILK and Council of Irish County Associations, CICA (1990-1995) Membership application by Padraig Holden. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Leeds Irish Health & Homes, LIHH (n.d.) Leeds Irish Health & Homes: a guide to our services. [Pamphlet] (Unpublished)

Leeds Irish Health & Homes, LIHH (n.d.) Leeds Irish Health and Homes 'Memories of change': the Irish experience in Leeds archive project. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Leeds Irish Health & Homes, LIHH (n.d.) Newsletter 'Irish in Leeds'. Issue 11, March 2004. [Serial]

Leeds Irish Health & Homes, LIHH, Hennigan, Patrick and Hanlon, Anthony (1998-2000) Green, white and invisible: the Irish community in Leeds. [Pamphlet] (Unpublished)

Leeds Irish Health & Homes, LIHH and Leeds Irish Women's Group, LIWG (1997-2000) Leeds Irish Women's Group. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Leitrim Association, LA (n.d.) Silver Jubilee dinner and dance (poster). [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Lloyd, Mike and London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1985-1990) "Viv Acious". [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Lockyer, B. C. and Kilkenny Association, KILK (n.d.) Donegal quiz team. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Lockyer, B. C. and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Group portrait of nine people. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Lockyer, B. C. and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1995) Group portrait with trophies and a cheque. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Lockyer, B. C. and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1995) Kilkenny dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Lockyer, B. C. and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Tipperary dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1976-1982) Administrative Committee Minute Book. 1976-1982. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1980-1989) Application for membership by subscription. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (n.d.) Four men holding a giant cheque. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1980-1989) Frank Dobson. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1970-1989) Group of 19 men and women. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1989) Group of clergy leading worship around an altar. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1989) Group of clergy leading worship around an altar. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1969) Group of eight people sitting at a table. [Photograph]

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1969) Group of five people at a party. [Photograph]

London Irish Centre, LIC (c.1963) Group of five people in a bar. [Photograph]

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1969) Group of five people sitting at a table. [Photograph]

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1969) Group of four men. [Photograph]

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1969) Group of four people cutting a cake. [Photograph]

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1969) Group of nine people. [Photograph]

London Irish Centre, LIC (1990-2005) Group of twenty-three people. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1989) Group portrait of 13 men and women. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1997-2004) Group portrait of eleven people. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1970-1989) Group portrait of seven men and women. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1997-2004) Group portrait of six men and women. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1966-1975) The Irish Centre, Camden Town, London. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1966-1975) The Irish Centre, Camden Town, London. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1987-1996) The Irish Centre, Camden Town, London. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1975-1985) The Irish Centre, Camden Town, London. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1989) J.P. Keegan, Honorary Accountant. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1980-1989) Ken Livingstone. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1980-1989) Ken Livingstone and two unidentified men at a dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1969) Nine people at a presentation. [Photograph]

London Irish Centre, LIC (1980-1989) Part of the Irish Centre premises on Camden Square, London. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1989) Photograph of an architectural model of the Irish Centre, Camden Town, London. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1989) Priest talking at a meeting. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1950-1969) Ship in harbour. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1989) Three men shaking hands. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1995-1996) Three men wearing suits. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (n.d.) Two men shaking hands. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (n.d.) Two men shaking hands. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1995-2005) Two men shaking hands and holding a cheque. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (2000-2010) Volunteer for the London Irish Centre (LIC) (poster). [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (n.d.) A group of four people. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (n.d.) A group of people including a bishop at a formal event. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (n.d.) A man and woman holding a book. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1989) A man speaking. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Centre, LIC (1960-1989) A man speaking. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Festival, LIF (1995-1999) London Irish Festival Limited (headed paper). [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Abney Park Cemetery Chapel. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Bicycle stored indoors. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Bookstall at the London Irish Women's Centre. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Brid Boland. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Bronwen Walter. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Duck behind a fence. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Gravestone under a tree. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Gravestones and monuments. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Irish women conference. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Irish women's conference. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1984-1987) Karen Gearon, Dunnes Stores striker. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Maire Berkely. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Mariachi band. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Mary Lennon. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Meeting in London Irish Women Centre. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Protest outside a Sainsbury supermarket. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Resolutions. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Resolutions. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Setting up lighting equipment. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Statue of an angel. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (c.1989) Tasks to be done for conference. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (c.1989) Things to be done for conference. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Vase of flowers. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Violinist. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Woman speaking. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Woman talking. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Women's conference at London Irish Women's Centre. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) A clown on stilts. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) A collection of photographic processing equipment. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Clerkin, Máire (1983-1989) Three women posing for the camera. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Clerkin, Máire (1983-1989) Unidentified mime artist. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Clerkin, Máire (1983-1989) Woman dancing with a mannequin. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Connolly, Lynne (1983-1989) Bookstall. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Connolly, Lynne (1983-1989) Conference speaker. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Connolly, Lynne (1983-1989) Irish women's conference. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Tuffin, Sass (1995-1999) Angie Birtill speaking in Trafalgar Sqaure. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Tuffin, Sass (1995-1999) Group of four women. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Tuffin, Sass (1995-1999) The Hackney Playbus. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Tuffin, Sass (1995-1999) Meeting at London Irish women centre [sic]. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Tuffin, Sass (1996-1998) Picket in support of Róisín McAliskey. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Tuffin, Sass (1995-1999) Woman speaking into a microphone. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC and Tuffin, Sass (1995-1999) A group of female musicians. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

London Metropolitan University, LMU (1995-2000) Irish studies (poster). [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Manchester Irish Education Group, MIEG (1997-2010) The Manchester Irish Education Group. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Mind Yourself, MY (2000-2010) Mind Yourself (poster). [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

N/A, N/A (c.1984) Anne Devlin. [Photograph]

N/A, N/A (c.1984) Anne Devlin. [Photograph]

N/A, N/A (c.1990) Manuscript notes referring to the Criminal Appeal Act of 1968. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

N/A, N/A (n.d.) Untitled (Board with writing and picture). [Photograph]

N/A, N/A (n.d.) Untitled (Empty hall). [Photograph]

N/A, N/A (n.d.) Untitled (Hall with mats). [Photograph] (Unpublished)

N/A, N/A (n.d.) Untitled (Open back truck). [Photograph]

N/A, N/A (n.d.) Untitled (Publicity notice board). [Photograph]

N/A, N/A (n.d.) Untitled (Stained glass window). [Photograph]

N/A, N/A (n.d.) Untitled (Two people working). [Photograph]

O'Brien, Joanne (1970-1989) Changing for a hurling match, Brent. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

O'Brien, Joanne (1970-1989) Country & Western music lovers at an Irish festival. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

O'Brien, Joanne (1970-1989) Hospital domestic Mary Kehoe: she has worked in the health service for most of her 35 years in Britain. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

O'Brien, Joanne (1970-1989) Irish building worker. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

O'Brien, Joanne (1970-1989) Learning Irish at an evening class, Lewisham. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

O'Brien, Joanne (1970-1989) On the Holyhead train to London. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

O'Brien, Joanne (1980-1989) Pogues concert at the National, Kilburn. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

O'Brien, Joanne (1970-1989) Sunday morning after mass, Kilburn. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

O'Brien, Joanne and London Irish Women's Centre, LIWC (1983-1989) Management committee / staff. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Owen & Moroney, OM and Carlow Association, CA (1975-1985) Carlow Association annual dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Owen & Moroney, OM and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1960-1989) Four men celebrating with champagne and a trophy. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Owen & Moroney, OM and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Galway dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Owen & Moroney, OM and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Group portrait of five people. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Owen & Moroney, OM and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Presentation with a cup and champagne. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Owen & Moroney, OM and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1965-1969) Three clergymen. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Owen & Moroney, OM and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1960-1989) Three men and two women. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Owen & Moroney, OM and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1960-1989) Three men celebrating with a trophy. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Owen & Moroney, OM and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) A man and two women. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Owen & Moroney, OM and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1965-1982) A woman and three men. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) 49 collected poems. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Among the hills of Derry. [Ephemera]

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Among the lilies; World's pain. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Autumn wind. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Baby Una. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Baby Una. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) By the sea. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Childhood. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Childhood. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) A Christmas song. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Chum Oadineadh Eireann. Poem. [Ephemera]

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) An Deoraidhe. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Envelope. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Erin's jubilee. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Erin's jubilee. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Exercise book 1. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Exercise book 2. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Exercise book 3. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Exercise book 4. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Faith. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Faring alone upon the mountain path. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Freedom. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) I hear the little pattering feet; Love and death; Love is beggary. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) I walked alone upon the mountain path. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) I woke and said in my joy... [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The Irish convention in English novels. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) An Irish love song. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Kitty. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Love and death. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Love and death. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Love's beggary. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The Lover; I woke and said in my joy. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Miss Two Years. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Miss Two Years. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Miss two years. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Miss two years. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Miss two years; Roses. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) My youth and love... [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) My youth and love... [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Newspaper cuttings of stories, essays and competition prize winners, mounted on a board. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Night wind. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) O flower of earth and heaven. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) October. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) October. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) (Onlooker meets) the man from Limavady. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Pleading. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Poems: Childhood, Nature, Villanelle, Come to me out of the moonlight, A dream. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Regret. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Regret. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Roses. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Roses. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Roses. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Roses; Now my throbbing heart grows gladder. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Rue; Vivelai. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) She comes to me from morning tub. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Silence. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Time and tide. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) To my dead love; Regret. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Triolets; Erin go bragh; Hope. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) West wind. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) West wind. Poem. [Ephemera]

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Why do you sing of that wind, my sister? [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) Wreckage. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The adventuring soul. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The adventuring soul; The winds. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The awakening. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The beguiling of William John. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) A city of dream in the fair land of Erin. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The doctor. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The education of Una. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The good comrade. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The green fields o' Derry. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) An ill wind. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The knight's song. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The little dark rose. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The lover. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The meeting. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The meeting. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The modern way. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The modern way. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The old and the new. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) A passage paid. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The powers. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The powers. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The reformation of Kilglowney. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) A song of the sea. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The story of Meve. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred (1892-1914) The winds. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Patton, Winifred and Hughes, Alfred (1892-1914) Portrait photograph of Winifred Patton. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Regan, Jim and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Bishop Henderson. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Regan, Jim and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Four men with a trophy cup. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Regan, Jim and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Group portrait with trophies. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Regan, Jim and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) Kilkenny (group portrait with trophies). [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Reidy, William and Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Letter from William Reidy to Hickey. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Riverside Studios, RS (2003-2006) Dance Hall Days (poster). [Ephemera]

Riverside Studios, RS (c.2005) Sharon's grave (poster). [Ephemera]

Riverside Studios, RS (c.2004) Sive (poster). [Ephemera]

Rodgers, Geoffrey and Carlow Association, CA (1970-1979) Carlow Association (group portrait). [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Rodgers, Geoffrey and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1970-1989) A couple dancing. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Roscommon Association, RA (c.1990) Roscommon Association menu card. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Roscommon Association, RA (n.d.) Roscommon bunting. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Shaw, Stephen, Bagwell, Sue and Karmowska, Joanna (n.d.) Ethnoscapes as Spectacle: Reimaging Multicultural Districts as New Destinations for Leisure and Tourism Consumption. Urban studies, 41 (10). pp. 1983-2000. ISSN 360-063X

Shortis, W. and Anti-Partition League, APL (1938-1939) Letter from W Shortis to T J Hickey. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Snell, Aubrey and Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Letter from A Snell. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Snell, Aubrey and Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Letter from Aubrey Snell to Mr Hickey. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Soho Theatre Company, STC and Design Sightlines, DS (c.1996) Brothers of the Brush (poster). [Ephemera]

Southwark Council, SC (1990-1994) Eile Shamhraidh. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Sugawn Theatre, ST (n.d.) A tribute to Jerry O'Neill, founder of the Sugawn Theatre, London (poster). [Ephemera]

Theatre Centre, TC (1990-1999) Pork bellies (poster). [Ephemera]

Theatre N16, TN16 (n.d.) Your ever loving, by Martin McNamara (poster). [Ephemera]

Tipperary Association, TA (1953-1961) Minute Book. 1953-1961. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Tipperary Association, TA (1961-1970) Minute Book. 1961-1970. [Minutes] (Unpublished)

Tricycle Theatre, NW6 (c.1999) Catalpa (poster). [Ephemera]

Tricycle Theatre, NW6 (n.d.) True Believers: a new play by Joseph O'Connor (poster). [Ephemera]

Triskellion Theatre Company, TTCo and Molumby, Gerry (1990-1999) Triskellion Theatre Co. presents 'The hostage' by Brendan Behan. [Ephemera]

Troops Out Movement, TOM (c.1985) Frame-ups (1). The case of the Birmingham Six. [Pamphlet]

Troops Out Movement, TOM and Information on Ireland, IOI (c.1986) The case of the Birmingham Six: a poster-magazine from Information on Ireland. Information leaflet. [Ephemera]

University of Aberdeen, UA (c.2005) Masters degrees in Irish and Scottish studies (poster). [Ephemera]

University of North London, UNL and Irish Studies Centre, ISC (c.1986) Irish Studies Centre information leaflet. [Ephemera]

Victory Studios, VS and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1995) Group portrait of sixteen people. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Victory Studios, VS and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1995) Group portrait of twenty people. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Victory Studios, VS and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1995) Group portrait with a picture of Kilkenny Castle. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Victory Studios, VS and Kilkenny Association, KILK (1980-1995) A presentation. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1980-1999) Couple at a formal dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1980-1989) Couple at a formal dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1980-1999) Group at a formal dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1980-1999) Group at a formal dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1980-1999) Group at a formal dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1980-1999) Group at a formal dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (n.d.) Group of four people with the Waterford Association banner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1980-1999) Group of nine people with the Waterford Association banner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1980-1999) Group portrait of fifteen people. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1970-1989) Group portrait of five men. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1970-1989) Group portrait of five men and a boy. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1970-1989) Group portrait of four men. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1970-1989) Group portrait of four men. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1980-1989) Group portrait of twenty-one people. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (n.d.) Group portrait with the Waterford Association banner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1970-1989) Group portrait with the Waterford Association banner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1980-1999) Group with a trophy at a formal dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1970-1989) Portrait photograph of two men. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (c.1968) The Waterford Association London. [Serial] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1990-1999) The Waterford Association banner and doves of peace. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1959-1965) The Waterfordmen's Association London: March newsletter. [Serial] (Unpublished)

Waterford Association, WA (1980-1999) A formal dinner. [Photograph] (Unpublished)

Wexford Association, WA (n.d.) Untitled (Group of eight people). [Photograph]

Wexford Association, WA (n.d.) Untitled (Group of five men). [Photograph]

Wexford Association, WA (n.d.) Untitled (Group of four men). [Photograph]

Wexford Association, WA (n.d.) Untitled (Six people around a table). [Photograph]

Wexford Association, WA (n.d.) Untitled (Three people at a table). [Photograph]

Wexford Association, WA (n.d.) Untitled (Three people at a table). [Photograph]

Wexford Association, WA (n.d.) Untitled (Two ladies with a bouquet). [Photograph]

Wexford Association, WA (n.d.) Wexford County Association cap. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Wicklow Association, WA (c.1990) Annual Dinner Dance, Menu. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Woking & District Irish Society, WDIS (1984-1985) Flyer for Woking Irish Festival. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Wolfe Tone Society, WTS (c.1984) Information flyer of Wolfe Tone Society. [Pamphlet]

Wright, F. Henry and Anti-Partition League, APL (1938-1939) Letter from F Henry Wright to Mr Hickey. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

Ó Broin, Seoirse (1980-2005) Autohistory by Seoirse Ó Broin. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Ó Broin, Seoirse (1950-2005) An Teach céilí. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

Ó Broin, Seoirse and Burns, George (1980-2005) The Catholic Church and the Irish in London from 1666. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

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