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Photographic prints relating to the Zuiderzee land reclamation works in The Netherlands. The photographs chart the various stages of the project and include some maps of the Zuiderzee and the resulting reclaimed polders. The prints are credited to J.J. Stuvel, Cas Oorthuys, KLM Aercoarto, and other Dutch press agency photographers.

Youth Centre, Meath St.

  • IE CP PO Missions/6015
  • Item
  • 1953-01-12 - 1953-01-19
  • Part of Passionists

This record is part of the list of all the missions preached by the Passionist Fathers in St. Patricks Province (Ireland and Scotland), from 1927 up until 1965. It is just an electronic list with no physical counterpart. It has been made available to aid research into the Passionists.

Young Ireland (Ėire Og)

The file comprises mostly single sheets and clippings from editions of 'Young Ireland (Ėire Og)'. Complete editions include: 21 May 1921 (No. 17); 16 July 1921 (No. 24); 23 July 1921 (No. 26); 12 Nov. 1921 (No. 42).

Young. Farher Henry: Maguire, Mrs., Conor,

  • IE CP 2021-11-22/216/10/2/3/19
  • Item
  • 28/10/28
  • Part of Passionists

Young. Farher Henry: Maguire, Mrs., Conor, "Father Henry Young (1786-1869) by Mrs. Conor Maguire. Fr. Young was working for years in Harold's Cross and was a contemporary of Blessed Charles.

Young Christian Workers: Jocism: 1922007 O'Sullivan, C.P., Fr. Declan

  • IE CP 2021-11-22/216/9/1/1/1
  • Item
  • 19/01/39
  • Part of Passionists

Young Christian Workers: Jocism: photocopy of an offcut of an article by Declan O'Sullivan, C,P., in "The Irish Catholic" entitled "Jocism in Ireland: the Belfast Experience". It is a report by Declan on the first eighteen months experience in establishing a section (i.e. local branch) of the Young Christain Workers (YCW or JOC - Juventum Operaia Christiana) in Belfast. This is a very poor photocopy.

Yorkshire Insurance Company

Cheque sent from Yorkshire insurance company. In reference to damage to clothes. Addressed to the Prior.

Yesterday the RIC were Irishmen who took guns and orders from England: to-day Free-State soldiers are Irishmen who take guns and orders from England

An Anti-Treaty handbill (black type on buff coloured paper). Text on recto reads: (on left-hand side) ‘“Yesterday the RIC were Irishmen who took (includes image of a hand pointing to the following line in bold type in centre of handbill) "Guns and Orders from England". (On right-hand side) "To-day Free-State soldiers are Irishmen who take (includes another image of a hand pointing to the same line in bold type in centre of handbill) "Guns and Orders from England / in order to / Shoot down Republican Soldiers / Destroy Republican Printing Presses / Raid the homes of Irish Republicans / Fire on Irish Prisoners in the Jails / Fill the Jails with Irish Volunteers / Wage economic war on the Dependants / of the Irish Republicans. / You did not Join the Irish Volunteers for this. / (in larger font and bold type) Don't be any longer Blind. The Men against you are Fighting without / Pay for the Old Cause which/ will NEVER DIE”’.

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