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1916 commemoration at Mansion House, Dublin, 24th April, 1937

clár na h-oiḋċe agus for-ḟógra na Poblaċta, 1916 i nGaeḋilg agus i mBéarla.

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      • Cover title.At head of title: Fianna Fáil, Cumann Tomás Ó Cléiriġ.In Irish and English.Materials collected by Kathleen and Emmet C. Clarke.Burns Library copy: Part of the archival Thomas J. Clarke and Kathleen Daly Clarke collection, 1897-1972.Burns Library copy: signed on cover by Sean T. O Ceallaigh, lecturer on Easter Week -- Before and after.

        StatementCló-Ċuallaċt Fóḋla
        PublishersCló-Ċuallaċt Fóḋla
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        LC Classifications1937
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 51 p. :
        Number of Pages94
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
        1nodata
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