- 01/01/1747 (Creation)
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St. Oliver Plunket: engraving of a portrait in crayon of (St.) Oliver Plunket given by a donor in 1897 to Mount Argus, It is said the engraving had been in the donor's family over 150 years, and that the only other copy was in the "Academy" (?Royal Irish ?Royal Hibernian). The accompanying letter is located under serial number 3397.
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Archival documents are catalogued in the following way : Shelf number, box number, file number and item number. Thus, 45/1/1/4 means shelf forty-five, box one, file one and item four. In addition to this each item has an individual serial number. This is attached to the catalogue as an alternative identifier.
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