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Article

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

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

Conference or Workshop Item

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 (Unpublished)

Correspondence

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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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) 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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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.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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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) 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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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) 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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)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 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)

Barry-Walsh, J. O. and Anti-Partition League, APL (c.1939) Letter from J O Barry-Walsh to P O'Keefe. [Correspondence] (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, Donegal Association, DA and Hegarty, Cora (1954-1969) Letter from Cora Hegarty of the Donegal Association in London to Mr Hyde. [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

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

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 [Correspondence] (Unpublished)

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

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)

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

Ephemera

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) Copies of this letter were sent to -. [Ephemera]

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) 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.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) 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) 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)

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

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

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 (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 (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 (2000-2018) Transition to old age project. Information leaflet. [Ephemera]

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

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, 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)

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) 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 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 (1954-1969) List of names and numbers. [Ephemera] (Unpublished)

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

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

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]

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

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 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 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 (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 (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 (1980-1990) 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)

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

Kilkenny Association, KILK (1971-1979) Kilkenny Association Constitution. [Ephemera] (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 and Homes 'Memories of change': the Irish experience in Leeds archive project. [Ephemera] (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)

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

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

London Irish Festival, LIF (1995-1999) London Irish Festival Limited (headed paper). [Ephemera] (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 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.1990) Manuscript notes referring to the Criminal Appeal Act of 1968. [Ephemera] (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)

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]

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

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

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 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]

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)

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)

Minutes

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Pamphlet

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

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

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) Irish in Britain directory: a comprehensive guide. Information leaflet. [Pamphlet]

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

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]

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

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)

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]

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

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

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

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

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

Serial

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

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

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

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

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

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

Photograph

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

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)

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

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

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 (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)

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 (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 (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 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 (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)

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

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

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 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)

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)

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

Other

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)

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